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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - December 31, 1980, Cincinnati, OhioA Happy new year to place a classified and Call 7317170 by 3 00 . Monday display advertising amp news Call 531-0234circulation 731-4200 Cincinnati us Bimbane newspapers Blue Ash Montgomery am her Ley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silver ton Kenwood a Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood Mark of Oman Avnon vol. Xxx no. 22 20c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday dec. 31, i960 4415 Montgomery , Cable to Lead review now that 1980 is history let s see what happened in the life area and what changes occurred. The year just past could be called Many things. It could be the year of the school Levy. Long pinched by double digit inflation. Every school District in the county that asked voters for More Money got what they wanted. Sycamore and Madeira school districts were granted extra Money during special elections in april As was Deer Park in september Cincinnati also passed its Levy in june. This year could also be called the year that Cable to became a reality. Amberley Village was the first Community to receive the service from Warner Ames Cable corp. Deer Park soon followed i by the end of the year Cable to was available to sections of Blue Ash Montgomery and Sycamore township. In. Sports a 1.980 was definitely Gerry Faust s Yew. In March he was named National coach of the year by american motors inc. And in november he led the Moeller crusaders to their fifth state championship and won the Job of his dreams As coach of the fighting Irish of notre Dame. The weather also made news during 1980. This was the year the area was rocked by an earthquake. The july 27 quake just Shook us up and left behind no major damage. That was not the Case of the Tornado that hit j Une 2. The afternoon funnel swept through lock and Reading Amberley Village Kenwood and Madeira leaving More than $4 million in damages in its Wake. Incredibly for All the to my tico there were no serious in juries and no Quot deaths reported. Of course each Community in the area has its own events to tally during 1980. Some of them include a Amberley Village Dis news Bra of appropriations raises Montgomery Agenda action on the 1981 appropriations ordinance and granting a raise to City employees top the Jan. 7 Agenda for Montgomery City Council. Council will meet at 8 . At the Community building Montgomery Road and school House Lane. Other items on the Agenda include resolutions approving Purchase of two police cruisers approving a contract for waste collection recognizing late Sycamore township president of trustees Jim Bechtoldt a service to the Community and a Resolution of appreciation to Carole Hegert. Three ordinances amending the criminal code to make it possible for violations to be heard in mayor s court. Rather than Hamilton county court of common pleas Are also scheduled for action. The sections scheduled for amendment Are passing bad checks failure to report a crime wearing protective helmets fleeing eluding and resisting arrest and. Prohibiting Sale and use of fireworks. According to City officials these amendments will bring the City code into line with state Laws. Page 2. Page 3 Page 6-7 Page 9 inside new makers Bowman sentenced after plea bargaining sports scene a my Brilliant career Hagerty Stop Choice for new years film viewing Page 11moeller Indian Hill list Honor students covered that the Promise of Cable and the reality Are different. After the contract was signed several snags developed in installation and breakdowns in programming in the infant system. A Blue Ash kept growing although at a slower rate housing business and civic construction projects were completed during the year despite tightening of finances and the grip of inflation. For instance during one week in november four different projects were dedicated a new Hazelwood civic Center additions to the Sycamore senior citizens Multi service cent Ter part of the new shopping Center at Hunt and Reed Hartman Highway and a Large apartment development nearby on Hunt Road. A Der Park residents became the second in the life area to tune into Cable to. The City also counted its losses during 1980. Death claimed both councilman Willi am j. Klei Man and acting police chief e. Raymond Wavra. A Kennedy Heights and pleasant Ridge were at Odds most of the year after Kroger co. Announced plans to close the location in pleasant Ridge and build another superstore in neighbouring Kennedy Heights. Kari in the year the Cincinnati Board of education decided to close several schools including Kennedy Heights. Kroger bought the building and land for the planned store. The company is currently asking for a needed zone change. A in Madeira 1980 marked the year that Harry Price began his Job As City manager. The 29-year-old who was sworn in in May students remove Deer Park Snow the City of Deer Park has compiled a list of local student volunteers who Are willing to Clew Snow from driveways and. Sidewalks of elderly and handicapped residents. Residents in need of Snow removal May Call City Hall 791.-1081. Monday through Friday from 8 . To 4 30 . Payment for the work should be determined Between Homeowner and student. A 7 a to4 hours m0-sat Noom a it a Krak 760 i i. Co Siisi Sterling it Lay Cash payment Topi Markd Routs to mum is a. M Noswood 631-2112 open 7 its wuh1pm came to Madeira from a similar Post in Princeton w. It. The quiet suburban Community was shocked in july when retired . Playing card co. Executive Andrew Luther was found dead in his Home and three area teenagers were charged with the murder. A in Montgomery City officials including mayor Florence Kennedy the first woman elected to the Post. Spent the year grappling with the change from quaint Village to growing suburban City. A citizens committee was named to revise the 10-year-old charter. The committee recommended a major shift from the Strong mayor to a manager Council form of government. The recommendations Are currently under study by Council committees. Zoning issues and the shaping of the Northern Section of the City caused much discussion and the addition of four multifamily zones to the code. The Issue of How wide Montgomery Road should be through the Central business District was not resolved during the year. A Silverton could Call 1980 a year of change. Richard Hunter took office As mayor the first Black to hold the City office. Many members of the old administration stepped Down from their posts in the succeeding months. Silverton hired the consulting firm of Pflum Klausmeier and Wagner to research the future needs of the City and a method of hearings was set up for those who have questions about the City s income tax. A in Indian Hill the High school girls Tonnis team took the state championship in october. A Sycamore township lost one of its most Active boosters in a. James Pechtold president of the Board of trustees. Bech told died of a heart attack dec. 5. Montgomery resident Tnomas Eberhard was aft Quot pointed dec. 18 to the. Vacancy see Page 31. He joins Dennis Mckeown who was appointed trustee in january. Marlene Mather was named to the Sycamore Board of education in August while school officials negotiated with teachers Over a contract dispute which has not been settled. Troupe visits Blue Ash school let it Snow let it Snow the Happy Side of snowfall is captured hero by Mueller 18522 Ken Ridge or. Puppets boost disability dialogue by Christie Evans even when the teacher tells class not to leave their seats Mark Riley has no trouble racing to the water Fountain. Mark is one of four child size puppets to visit the Maple Dale elementary school in Blue Ash recently he wears a head 3k a Brace and depends upon a wheelchair to get around. Mark has cerebral palsy a he and his other puppet friends Are part of a travelling troupe which visits Cincinnati schools to teach children about what it s like to be handicapped. The puppets look a lot like those used on sesame Street. They re called a the kids on the blocks and they were created by Barbara. Aiello a former teacher of the handicapped for the express purpose of teaching children about disability. The idea began in Washington two years ago and quickly spread nationwide. It has recently come to Cincinnati through a project funded by the Ohio dept of mental retardation developmental disabilities a kids on the blocks puppet shows attempt to break Down the a a done to look approach to the handicapped that has persisted Over the years puppeteer Carol. Walker explained. Now that a a mainstreaming a teaching handicapped and non handicapped children alike in the same classroom a is a fact in Many school systems teachers Are focusing More and More on. The need for children to be educated about disability. Scripts performed by volunteers who Wear Black and Are risible throughout the performance concentrate on acquainting the children with blindness deafness mental retardation and disabilities resulting from disease. Puppets who Are not handicapped ask questions of those who Are. The idea is that the questions which Are raised Are ones that youngsters Are really curious about. A child with no exposure to disabilities wants to know How Mark gets to school in his wheelchair or How Renaldo who is Blind finds what s on his plate at dinnertime. In Many cases a child1 does t know that its alright to ask a disabled person these things. The puppets teach them in an until real ening a s Hon that it is Okay that a person in a wheelchair would rather be asked questions than stared at. The shows Are not just for the non-handicapped., the performance at Maple Dale elementary captured the attention of eight to 10 children students like the rest., but exceptional in that they were each one handicapped in some Way. For these children the show meant something different. The puppets helped them to understand not about disability but about creating relationships a ,8 a with their non handicapped Peers. A the hardest Carol Walker said is getting these kids through a school and. Teaching them How to Deal with the peer pressure. But the More a Normal you can treat them the More Normal they Are going to for real people dialogue about disabilities May not come As easily As it does for a the kids on the that a Why Mark and Renaldo and their friends have set out to teach. When a child in the Maple Dale audience asked Mark if his friends made fun of him he answered a a sometimes the puppets and the staff behind them Are determined to change that answer to an unqualified Board organizing the 1981 organizational meeting of Madeira City school District Board of education is scheduled for Jan. 12, 8 ., in the High school Media Center 7465 loan nes or. This puppet called Mark rely uses a wheelchair to get around. Fax 3e5 is sees 3g sew easy ii sewing school Ftp m Register now m m for classes in m i 7 a 7214 Plainfield ros a Nutry system i Debbie Brooks boasts a i a lost 96 lbs and 5 j dress sizes in just a Lew i months and i la never a overweight again thank i to my to syst ii 1711 a .�?T529 a he a Rrt. 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