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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - December 24, 1975, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary obi0 historical society 1982 Velma ave. Columbua Ohio 43211 in bulk rate a i d cinc 111 a per a it to. 9 it 3 it to flare a classified and dial 731-7170 by 4 00 . Monday display a advertising �6 news dial 531-0234 Lovely tree trimmer the handsomely decorated Christmas tree in the window of the Public Library in the Dillonvale shopping Center i. A gift to the people of the Community from 14 girl scout troops in the area. Children a librarian Trudy White of the Deer Park Library display one of the Many Fine ornaments made of natural and recycled material a by the scouts. Wanting to do something special for the Community the girl scouts chose to decorate a Christmas tree with an ecology theme. They wanted to display it in the Public Library a because it serves All the coordinator for the joint project is mrs. Robert definer whose troop also made ornaments. I Aims to attract business nut Feltt or. A sunni a a an serve a the cd my Mim of Lucy of it Lac Indian util Madeira i usant i Tow Hrenz Kennedy Heights Silver inn my Deer a Ark Kosse Nynva del Lonval Ridge wond Mark or circulation integrity vol. Xiv no. 211 15c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday december 24, 1975 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234 Foster to head Silverton Cic by Maureen Hehman Everett Foster 6868 Stoll Lnu a was named president of Silverton Community improvement corporation Cic at a special meeting before the regular City Council meeting dec. 18. Merritt Hanley. 4021 Diehl ave., was named vice president and Bernard Pohlman 4137 mirth ave. Was named Secretary trea surer. Mayor Richard Benken and councilman Tom Clinton Are the other officers of the Cic. At the City Council meeting following the Cic was empowered by ordinance to act As an agent of the City for a Industrial economic civic commercial distribution and research development in the City of Silverton. The Cic is designed to stimulate the City a commercial Industrial growth and one of its methods is to make Money available to businesses at two or three percent less than the average borrowing Cost. The Cic must be licensed by the state. Silverton received the states Okay in october. the first tasks of the Cic will be to Survey the present properties in Silverton which might be available or become available for business location or expansion. According to the agreement Between Silverton and the Cic the of furthering commercial Industrial growth is to create employment improve the Economy of the City and state Ana to control air water and Thermal pollution and dispose of solid waste. The Cic May solicit business to locate in Silverton. It May also a insure mortgage payments on a first mortgage of a property a make Loans to companies or people if they have been turned Down by at least one other Money lending source a buy and sell property for commercial or in dust rial de be lop men t. Debts acquired would be the responsibility of Cic not the City. A sell City property with the approval of City coun a cil a buy City property a determined by the City Council not to be required by the City for its the amounts paid for City property by the Cic would be fair Market y Council highlights inside Madeira kids gel tax break wage earners under age 18 Don t have to pay the 3/4 percent Madeira City income tax. Madeira City Council voted to exempt the under 18-Vear-old at its dec. 15 meeting. The Council had originally exempted Only students under 18, but this had been disallowed by the state auditor. I Donald Hunter a Young Madeira resident had urged Council to exempt this age group when the tax first went into effect last april on the grounds that it was a taxation without the Issue of sewers on Cherokee or. Has trickled to a halt. Allan Reed chairman of councils Public works committee said nine of the 37 sanitary disposal systems checked by the health officials need repairs. The City will not press for sewers on Cherokee at this time. Silverton rates go up the City has increased garbage collection rates by $3 ger month per family ounce members will get a raise from $50 to $60 per month their first since 1970. Swearing in. Of City officers including Cic officials and Council will be Jan. 1, 1 . At the Silverton City building. Blue Ash to fund Center Sycamore senior Center will continue a to provide recreational programs and facilities for citizens Quot of Blue Ash. Blue Ash City Council voted at the dec. 17 meeting to continue the contract with the Center in 1976 for a feel of $416.66 per month. Money left from the now defunct Sycamore Community health Center will go into a fund for the payment of emergency health care and immunization services for Sycamore school District children which Are not provided by county health agencies. Swearing in at Sycamore installation of Sycamore township trustees will be Jan. 1, noon at the township building. The trustees voted at their dec. 17 meeting to ask for Money to fund a juvenile school resource officer and of a High Point youth Council. An application for the Money will be made to the Cincinnati and Hamilton county criminal Justice regional planning unit residents of Linfield it. And Tiki ave. Have asked the township for a Stop sign to regulate traffic East bound at Linfield. In workers gel raise Indian Hill Council at its dec. 15 meeting approved a budget of $1.283 million general fund and $563,000 for water works. It includes an 8 percent raise for City Jove the Madeira Indian Hill. Employees. A contract with proved at a Cost of $159,-545, included in the general fund figure based on 2.9 Mills of the 1974 tax duplicates. The same rate applies to Madeira and county residents who use the department. Indian Hill ended up a in the Black Quot after All. A $20, -000 deficit had been feared but a larger than estimated Revenue was received from intangible taxes and the Village just broke even according to City manager a. Wray White. In other business a Edgar Mack or. Received a framed Resolution of appreciation from the City forms 13 years As chairman of. The Green areas advisors committee. He has stepped Down from the Board and mrs. Stuart h. Jacobs 8950 Given re. Was appointed to the Board. Bruce l Petrie was appointed Board chairman. Meet Lovely Ella Nae firing she s 83 and a hard worker Page 4 Kendra Niemi sets state swim record other sports Page 5 the Ridge runner rum through list of Christmas services in the Ridge Page 8 nativity gives 1,800 cans of food to needy students of nativity school. Ridge and Woodford aves collected the amazing number of 1,800 cans of food in their recent drive for Christmas food for the needy. This huge amount of food was presented to the Vine st. Contact Center by a delegation of students and faculty. Gerard Ahrens nativity teacher was in charge of the drive which included bringing cans of food from Home neighbourhood canvassing and solicitations. Value determined by the City solicitor and City Council. A Issue Revenue Bonds. A All the above Pov ers of the Cic and others Are contingent upon promoting commercial Industrial or research location in the City with the of promoting jobs and Taxe beneficial to City residents. Other cities have formed pics including Blue Ash whose Large Industrial Park is a Cic project. Foster said a future plans include preparation of a master plan meetings with cite businessmen to insure their interests Are considered and later agreement with possible Cic officers will be sworn in with City officials Jan. .1. A a of zoning recommended the Rural zoning commission has recommended a of office zoning for the 4.5 acre tract of land at Galbraith and Montgomery ads. At a Public hearing held dec. 18, the commission agreed with Madeira and Sycamore township officials that �?o0�?� zoning would be the lesser of possible evils in zoning that property. The matter goes now to the county commissioners who will make the final ruling. That hearing is scheduled for Jan. 1.4 according to a spokesperson at the commissioners office. A a of zoning would limit the property to the construction buildings and multiple housing units. A restaurant would be allowed Only As a Small Gart of one of these buildings. The proposed red lobster restaurant would not be permitted under a a of zoning. The owners of the property who wish to sell Quot to the red. Lobster have indicated that they have Legal recourse to fight the zoning decision in the courts. Mean old Grinch some mean old Grinch stole All the Christmas presents from a car parked at Gantzer bakery 9730 Montgomery re. Sometime on the 21st. The presents were valued at $140. A Beautiful is the Beautiful is the child Krohn conservatory nativity scene has been glad Dening the hearts of Cincinnati area adults and children for 37 years. For Many of us it would t be Christmas without a visit to the crib at Eden Park. Those who come to the stable will find Jesus Mary and Joseph life size Wax figurines. Live shepherds guard the baby. Sheep oxen and a Donkey were among the first creatures to see the Newborn Christ child so Many centuries ago. And live animals attend fhe Krohn nativity too. Christmas seems somehow More real to a child after patting a wooly backed sheep in a real st Able of hand Hen beams. Visitors to the creche Are Welcome now through Jan. 4. The crib is sponsored by Western Southern life. Cincinnati mayor Bobbie Sterne and City officials attended the opening ceremonies dec. 14. Donations Mav be made at the crib with proceeds going to the mayors Community Christmas fund for underprivileged children. L county says Montgomery re. Should remain residential a Maureen Hehman Quot continued strip utilization for Commerce of properties not originally designed or presently suited in size and arrangement for business purposes Only contributes to instability and the Long Range erosion of that area Ana serves neither the Public interest nor the private gain in the Long run. A this statement is excerpted from a study of Montgomery re. From Galbraith to the City of Montgomery by the regional planning commission. Sycamore and Symmes townships and the City of Montgomery have asked the county to make a Siv by the Montgomery and Galbraith and Montgomery and 1-275. The regional planning com m Issi on a s an ser to _ part of this request is a study quoted above which recommends the residential character of the area be preserved and that new ribbon business zoning not be allowed. The study cites the 70 percent 10,080 it of Montgomery re. Frontage that is now either residential or of related usage. Related use properties 3,-040 i include Moeller High. All saints Church Ana school. Kenwood nursing Home and Christian Church. While this May be music to the ears of City and township officials and Many homeowners it Isnit enough according to Montgomery Council president Howard Smith. What Smith wants for Montgomery rd., particularly the stretch around 1-275 and us to Kemper rd., is a plan. Smith believes the countered to allow com Mere i al d Evel pm ent to is p rep Erial of nine acres on the new Corner of the 1-275 overpass and Montgomery re. Smith said he like to see this happen until the county is prepared to come up with a comprehensive zoning plan. Quot the City of Montgomery May have something to say on the question since two a c r e s a o f m o n t g o m e r y property Are wanted to add to the nine acres in the county for the total commercial development. While both the county and a t h e _ c i. T y of Montgomery and the townships agree in theory that residential property should be preserved along Montgomery re. There is a f continued on Page 4 rapist gets life hit we buy in Nuite a is guv of the Montgomery re. Corridor particularly the Early deadlines land at Montgomery and a a. Because of the holidays suburban life will have Early deadlines next week. All press releases and photos should be in our office by Friday noon. Sports news of games played Over the weekend by. 10 . Monday. Retail advertising deadline is monday noon classified deadline. 4 . Monday. Dennis James Walden 21, was sentenced to two consecutive life sentences after being found guilty of the rape of two Madeira boys june 4, 1975. Judge Thomas Heekin handed Down the sentence this week. Walden was also sentenced to 7-25 years on kidnapping and aggravated robbery of one of the three boys 7-25 years in kidnapping of another one of the Hoys and 7-25 for kidnapping and aggravated robbery of another of the boys. According to assistant county prosecutor William Whalen two consecutive life sentences is a very severe and not often meted sentence. When asked if Walden could Ever be paroled. Whalen said. A not for a Long he estimated at least 25 years. Walden was a p pretended after a sketch and description of him including a distinguishing Tatoo was printed in suburban life newspaper. An Anonymous phone caller tipped off police to Walden after seeing the newspaper account. Says Deer Park Exchange student week of parties opens mexican Yule a indy How would you like to have a party every night for a week before Christmas Alfonso Olivera Exchange student at Deer Park High tvs Kiln every Day prices on Squibb u-40 $1.38 u-8g $2.38 u-i00 $2.98 Crawford a pharmacy Cockri Kommod tas. Gwm Niimi Blue Ash of to limit Orta or family with Coy Pon expires 12/28/75 a family portrait of the Murray family include from left Exchange student Alfont he Olivera Chris and Mike Murray. The canine members of the clan Are Bee Bee Sheba and Rufus All decked out in Holiday regalia. Says that a what they do in his native Mexico. Alfonso is living with Chris and Mike Murray 3855 Man Tell ave., while he attends Deer Park High under the International cultural Exchange program. Alfonso says the week Long mexican parties Are part of a religious custom called a Posada a which commemorates the holy family a search for a place to spend the night in Bethlehem. Five or six families of friends and relatives make arrangements to go to each others Homes on different nights. The group carries figures of Mary Joseph and the Christ child. Each night the group goes to a different Home where they Knock on the door and ask to come in. At first Alfonso says the people inside the House refuse to let them in. The visitors keep asking and finally the people at the House say then everyone comes inside and has a party. At these parties Alfonso explains they break open the Pic ata a papier mache animal filled with goodies. A there Are two Alfonso says. A one is for the children and one for the adults. A the children s Pic ata is filled with Little toys and Candy a he says. Quot there is Candy Small gifts and Money for the adults. The guests Are blindfolded one at a time. Each tries to break the Pic ata with a stick. When it is broken everyone scrambles for the surprises Alfonso says the Christmas season in Mexico centers More around the Christ child than Santa Claus. The children find presents under the tree on Christmas morning but they believe they Are left by baby Jesus rather than Santa. R a each family has a manner scene under the tree. A Alfonso says. A a if Alfonso were Home this year for Christmas with his family of three Brothers and three Sisters he would spend Christmas eve with them he says there is a big family dinner on Christmas eve. Then the family goes to Church for Midnight mass. When they come Home they Exchange presents with each other. Christmas morning begins with a mexican breakfast including spicy tamales he says. This year Alfonso and his american parents will spend Christmas eve with Mike Murray s family and Christmas morning with Chris a family. Alfonso and his american a a Mother and a a father plan to Fly to fort Lauderdale. Fla. Later on Christmas Day. Alfonso s native town of Ensenada in Baja California is a coastal City where the Young people do a lot of boating and surfing. He is looking Forward to spending some time at the Florida beaches. Chris says she and her husband plan to adopt the custom of the Posada for just one night before Christmas. They plan to have the party with some other mexican Exchange students in the area and their american families. One american custom which Alfonso did not know was Mistletoe. Chris says she warned him of the Powers of the Little White Henries. That is one custom. Alfonso May want to take Back to Mexico with him

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