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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - December 17, 1975, Cincinnati, OhioOld fashioned Yule candles As a Bicentennial project kindergarten pupils at Howard elementary school recently made hand dipped candles in much the same Way that our revolutionary fathers and mothers did. From left Peggy Compton Jenny Hobbs David Harding and David Steven watch the Wax layers Harden under the direction of their teacher Kathy Oesterlein the students then decorated spools to serve As holders for the Bright red candles. The result candles for a Bicentennial Christmas. Reed to recommend dropping sewer Issue the county Board of health has issued repair orders to a number of Cherokee residents. However Reed is expected to recommend to Council that they not ask Cherokee r residents again if they want sewers installed. Most repair orders carry a 30 Day time limit. If nothing is done the matter is turned Over to the health commissioner. Mayor Dan Mcdonald described the health commissioner As the a police a the commissioner has the Power to Grant an Extension of the time limit a Mcdonald said. A if a resident does not comply with the repair order the commissioner can cite him into municipal court where he can be inspection of the septic systems on Cherokee or. By the county Board. Of health in Madeira is com Lete. According to fun ii Forks committee chairman Allan m. Reed the a Mui .it.a. A a a of tank general condition of All the systems was not found to be serious jewelry and furs taken in burglary an estimated $5,000 Worth of jewelry and furs was taken from 9935 Zig Zag re. Dec. 13 Between 5 45 and 11 45 ., Montgomery police said. Thieves apparently forced open the garage door and entered the House through an unlocked door from the garage. Madeira skate party is free Madeira recreation Assoc. Mra is sponsoring a skating party for Madeira residents at the Usa Rollar skating rink 1640 East Kemper rd., tuesday dec. 23, 7-10 free admission 50 cent skate rental. For further information Call 561-8502. Injured in fall Deer Park life squad responded to a Call dec. 9 for Vicma flu gel 7801 Matson ct., who was reportedly to have fallen Down the step. She suffered a possible compound fracture of the lower right leg. She had a Small laceration on the top of her head and a Large laceration on the right leg. She was bandaged and treated for Shock. Inside of old fashion caroling the third annual Community sing will be held in the historic uni Versal is Church in Montgomery this sunday night at 7 The Community sing was initiated a few years ago by members of the Montgomery historical society who Felt there was a need for residents to be Abler a a pts get together and enjoy some old fashioned Christmas Carolinga according to Mary s. Of del sch soc Fly president. Included in the sing will be a visit from Santa Claus who will have treats for the children. The universalist Church is Montgomery a Best known landmark. It has stood on the Community a main thoroughfare for 138 years. Although an Active congregation has not used the Church for almost a half Century it has been restored and still retains its original kerosene chandeliers wooden views and Organ. Dear Santa., Page 6 Sycamore school by. Won t Cut student services Page 2 Madeira evening classes revised to save Energy Page 9 Sycamore wrestling scores and other sports Page 8 Library Ohio historical Soei ? 1982 Veraa ave Columbus Ohio 43211 Tyl ii o. S. Post Ais bulk rats a 10 of to Dace a classified and dial 731-7170 by Coo Monday display advertising amp n a a dial 5310234 mint in n serving the communities of Hue a a i Montgomery a Ember tax Village Indian Hill Madeira in Lessant Ridge Are edit Kennedy Heights Silerton Sci Wood l eur in Ark Rossmoyne Dillon ale it inc Wood Mark of circulation integrity vol. Xiv no. 20 15c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday december 17, 1975 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234 on Galbraith Deer Park will fight High Rise by Nanry Schliess Deer Park Council heard last thursday of plans by a amp a construction of Chicago to build a $3.250.-000 apartment Complex on Galbraith rd., just West of Gail or. Councilman George Horn related there have been heated discussions at committee meetings on the proposal which apparently has Oki approval but not huds As yet. Horn said the City s disapproval was made very Clear. The project for the elderly would be totally funded by the government. One bedroom apartments would rent for $273 a month. A Well have to keep on our toes a said Horn. A i think the last thing anyone in Deer Park would want to see would be e six Story High Rise on Galbraith re. A Council will be kept informed of any further discussions or developments he said. Councilman Dennis Mckeown noted that in committee meetings numerous objections had been raided to a Ampey a proposal. Fire Protection alone for such a big building would constitute a Large stumbling details in next weeks edition legislative and finance committee chairman Francis Healy asked for a voice Call vote to approve annexation of the Park lumber and Supply co. Property on Blue Ash re. Council voted All yes on the motion. President of Council Harvey Alcorn asked that As soon As legislation is prepared either an ordinance or a Resolution All officials should receive copies. Mayor William Kleiman in his report to Council offered his help in the transition period ahead noting a it has Een a distinct Honor to serv As to his Job Over the years. Preliminary approval has been Given to Deer Parks storm sewer project request to be funded by Community development funds the mayor stated. There is a Good possibility the project will go through if the City can come up with $20,000. Total Cost of the program is $100,000. Kleiman also reported there will be an increase of approximately 6% As of Jan. 1 on the Cost of using the Stubbs Mill sanitary Landfill. Council authorized the mayor to enter into a contract reflecting the new prices. In the re appropriations ordinance adopted As an emergency it was noted there was still $6100 left in to Kment a compensation. Swears in 35th anniversary Council the honorable Chase m. Davies retired judge of the Hamilton county probate court administered the oath of office to the newly elected Amberley Village Council dec. I. Judge Davies has administered the oath of office to every Amberley Roun ii since the Village was incorporated 35 years ago. Participating in the organizational meeting were from left. Davies and Council persons John Muething. Walter Meyer Charles p. Hagner or. W. Henry Blohm. Barbara Steinberg Gloria Haffer and Arthur Friedman. Amberley postpones Tennis court report your mayor for Foury etus Warren. Ritchie lid no request for payment has come from the county hut he warned Council a a double shot could be expected in 1976. Healy read a request from the City of Milford for a a United front to oppose cd Ampey a proposed uniform rate hikes. By joining forces Milford reasoned impressive credentials continued on Page 9 leave with no regrets Council and members of the audience gave the mayor a standing ovation. The mayors report included the news that safety service director Henry Camp a sadly tendered his resignation As of dec. 12. Kleiman commended Camp who has served under three mayors on his dedication school Levy passes with a Little help from friends to stolen a Home at 10230 Kerrianne or. Was broken into dec. 13 Between 3 and 9 ., according to Montgomery police. A rear door was forced and a color to and miscellaneous other items were taken. No value has been set on the stolen property. By Maureen Hehman. Sycamore school District officials Are crediting Good old fashioned Community spirit for passage of the 4.8 Mill additional operating tax Levy dec. 9. The vote was 2846 in favor and 2272 against. A Parade rally for the tax Levy the saturday before the vote was attended by 90 care and 500 people who gathered despite the pouring rain. The High school Pep band insisted on playing for the March in the Back of a truck. Moeller coach Jerry Faust and his family drove in the Parade. A Core group of about a half dozen Sycamore High students organized support for the tax. One Hundred students passed out literature door to door. The students received permission from mayor Robert Novak of Montgomery and mayor elect Fred Young to use their Campaign signs after the nov. 4 election. The next Day the signs were gathered by the students and recycled with slogans in support of the school tax. A Telephone and door to door Campaign was also conducted. There was opposition to the Levy from several residents who wrote letters to and ran ads in local newspapers against the 22 Thi the Levy had been Defeated 2003-1857 in a special election in september. The school Board went Back to the voters with a plan to Cut services in the schools if the tax was not passed in the dec. Ballot. The 4.8 Mill Levy will bring in about $700,000 which the school Board says will keep services about even. Inflation and a growing school population had eaten up the school board�?T8 buying Power. Although the school Board must still make some budget cute the new tax will not be realized until 1977 it has announced a policy of retaining services to students. Cuts May come in the form of hanging on to worn equipment a while longer rather than replacing it. See school Board Story Page 9 by Sandy Smith the recreation committee of Amberley Village Council is withholding its formal report and recommendation on proposed Tennis courts until the Jan. 12 Council meeting. Recreation committee chairman Walter Meyer told Council at the dec. 8 meeting that the committee had met and studied the bids. However he said the committee was not yet ready to give a recommendation a with respect to the total Meyer said the committee needed a More com blete picture be said they also needed to Check further into the companies who submitted bids for the courts. He reported at the november meeting that Low bid for the courts was $49,853 from Newberry construction company. Council passed an ordinance transferring funds within the 1975 budget to cover expenditures in specific categories that were overspent. City manager Tom Wesson reported that total expenditures for the Village would be about $20,000 under the total appropriation for 1975. Wesson reported that the appropriation for 1976 would be $742,730, the largest budget Ever assigned to Amberley Village. Council voted to accept the real estate and personal property tax rates set up by the county budget commission. The rate has been reduced from a 3 Mill Levy to a 2 Mill Levy. Vice mayor Arthur Friedman cautioned that residents would not feel the effects of the reduction until 1977 because v Village taxes Are assessed one Vear behind. Friedman explained that the budget commission reduced the tax rate because the assessed valuation of property in Amberley has gone up. In other business Council passed an ordinance awarding certificates of commendation to outgoing councilmen Thomas h. Green and Herbert c. Lauber. A Friedman announced mayor w. Henry blk mrs appointments. Lauber was appointed civil defense director Fylyma Lauber was appoint cd coordinator for the e Council on civil defense. The income tax review Board members wit he Wesson. Solicitor Augustus Beall and treasurer Stanley Zahn committee Are poll a and Fira hair nor Luethina. Haffer. Finance tend wan. Hagner me ver Ruady Public utilities and sewer Meyer. Friedman Sternberg Law Muething. Nedman. Haffer Public Huil Dinkci and ground Haffer Hagner. Steinberg health. Education and welfare Steinberg. Meyer. Muething planning commit Tom Hagner rear Datum omm flee Friedman Hagner. Muething celery for Reindeer 2 dear Santa a my name is Shelley and 1 am 5 years old. My Sisters name is missed g and she is 2. We have g both been pretty Good this year. We love you Santa and we will leave a snack for you on the Coffee table. I will help my Mommy bake the cookies especially for you. A please bring me a b a y tha t a. W a y a a a Sunshine family Piggy 9msmcs i Hack Shack a Globe and m a typewriter of my own. Missed would like a Dressy Bessy doll a sesame Street toy and a few surprises. Please try to bring my Mommy and Daday a Surprise too. Do your Reindeer like celery ill leave them some next to your cookies. Love Shelley Mueller 1.0522 Ken Ridge or. I 1 i 8 Jaycees hold clothing drive Sycamore Deer Park Jaycees will conduct a banned goods and clothing drive for the Benefit of needy families in the area dec. 20. Pickup will be Only in the Deer Park area so residents should place donations on the porch leave a note on the front door or bring them to the Community Center in Chamberlain Park Between 4 and 5 Sycamore Center does it again i singers practice practice makes perfect so say these members of the Sycamore Community mixed chorus who Are getting ready for a concert to be Given in february. They Are sealed from left Millie Dickey rita Pretl Louise Sharpe and Margery Mcnally standing Kay Goudzwaard director Don Scheetz John Hoerner Tom Josephson and Max Dickey. The chorus is a project of the Blue Ash Montgomery recreation commissions. Mrs. Carolyn Pratt is accompanist. Area residents Are invited to join the chorus which meets monday 7 30 In the music suite of Sycamore High 7400 Cornell re. By Maureen Hehman the group that put together the girl scouts and senior adult women will put together another innovative twosome. Sycamore senior adult Multi service Center is getting together with teen Challenge a religion entered drug rehabilitation program for teenage boys on a joint woodworking program for boys and older men. While the two age groups might not appear to have much in common on the surface representatives of both the senior Center and teen Challenge think the pairing will offer something valuable to both. The older men have work Center said she Hopee the tub free thermometer with any prescription off Lawford pharmacy cock i mum ros. It Blue Ash Ohio limit one per family with Coupon expires 12/21/75 to free e taken lightly Montgomery police said someone apparently walked out of a drug store at 9875 Montgomery re. Carrying 30 Zippo lighters from a display Case. The theft occurred sometime during the period dec. 5-8. The lighters Are valued at $100. Skills which our boys need to learn said teen challenges Rev. Skip Neubarth. A we need to rekindle creative and positive thinking a he said. The senior Center Hopes among other things to harness the Youthful energies of the boys to help put in some of the landscaping and recreation facilities needed at the Center located at the old Plainfield re. School. Rosemary rangers program director at the woodworking program combining the two age groups will be Money maxing. Both the men and boys share that common interest they could use extra pocket Money. Who How will the Young men and older men get along a the Lack of communication of Young and old is not on a one to one basis its on a group level. We can communicate if we want to a Rev. Neubarth said a this is a Chance for two generations to close the Gap. I feel there is need on doth sides a said mrs. Rengers. There is another important concept at work however. It has to do with helping each other needing each other and feeling important. Mrs. Rengers said she is convinced that self fulfilment is related to helping someone else. When this help is genuinely an Exchange of talents and energies the Givin. And getting is not Charity it kind most people hold in contempt but a True a Caritas. On the practical Side the saturday morning woodworking program could help keep teenage boys off the Street and working at something creative and potentially economically rewarding. 3 Many older men have business and Trade talents in abundance. Thev also have the Wisdom and judgment that come with maturity. These Are qualities which some of the boys in the teen Challenge program need desperately. Many of the boys Lack a positive father identification. Neubarth said some of the boys have never Learned How to tackle a problem deride on a solution and carry it through. They also Lack communication Mav and i social skills. Many of the boys who get into drugs have a learning disability. Learning to put together a piece of carpentry mom a plan through the finished product could be very. Valuable to them. According to mrs. Rengers she would try generally to get boys from the Sycamore area involved in the joint program nobody would be turned away however. Not All the boys would be recovering from a drug problem. Mrs. Rengers also opes the program would Avert drug involvement. Among younger boys by offering a positive use of energies with a potential Reward. The idea of the seniors and juniors getting together is new. The actual program is in the planning stage. It will be March at least before it becomes a reality. People at the Sycamore seniors Center done to believe in stereotypes such As the crotchety old Man and sullen impossible youth. At Sycamore Center people belive in Liv ing. See teen chi Lente Story Page 2

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