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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - February 04, 1981, Cincinnati, OhioA la. J Ohi x st <3 Coll re ros m s. Mio cinc 1knati Ohio rtt a to 95joto place a classified and Call 731-7170 by 3 00 . Monday display advertising a news Call 531-0234circulation 731-4200 Cincinnati suburban news papers Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village a Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Ken Wood Deer Par Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood of curation int forty vol. Xxx no. 27 20c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday feb. 4, 1081 4415 Montgomery re. Using soft cat food As bait Francie Pavey of Madeira Lares two of the original group of about 20 Street Wise eats into a Cage and ultimately to a better Way of life As someone a pet. The cats have been using in a Patch of Woods in the Center of Montgomery for More than five years. Photos by Gail Jordan. Montgomery Rescue plan homeless turn on in three months Indian Hill gets Cable to update yields cats the newly captured cats huddle and Survey their surroundings before their first trip to the vet. In front Are two females one 2, the other 10 and believed to be one of the original mothers of the group. Behind is a 2-year-old male. Susie Mehas of Montgomery and Francie Pavey of Madeira Are stalking the last of the wild cats of Montgomery a but its for the animals own Good. The two and other members of the league for animal welfare a non profit group with 11,000 members have been caging the strays talking care of their medical problems. Neutering them Hel pm it them adapt to people and then finding them Homes through the groups shelter House. The Cost to Rescue a cat or dog is about 135 for a male and 950 for a female Mehas said. On one recent afternoon the two women caught three including a female believed to be the Mother of most of the group which has been using in the Woods behind Burger chef and to Garden store off Montgomery Road for More than five years. The three frightened cats were checked by or. Ron Abrams at the Loveland animal Hospital then went Home with Pavey for some rest before the trip Back to the vets and the shelter. T 1 a we Are hoping to find a Nice quiet Home for the original mama a Mehas said a she should be Able to live her use out on a Pillow in front of a warm the league for animal welfare placed these temporary shelters in the Woods to protect the Cato from the Winter cold. Cable television service should be available within three months for some homeowners in Indian Hill. Village Council received an update on Progress of the service at the Jan. 21-Village Council meeting. Cable stringing is in Progress in some sections of the Village. The next step is connection to the Homes according to Charlie Winter of Warner amex Cable corp. Cost of the service depends on where in the Village a Home is located. According to Village manager a. Wray White Village and Cable company officials have drawn a line roughly diag Nauy across the Village from the Northwest Corner to the Southeast corporation limit. Homes to the South and West will Only pay installation fees. The trunk Cable will be installed free along the Street. Homes to the North and East of the line however will pay 91 per foot for the trunk Cable on the Street and connector cables of More than 100 feet from the Street unless the Home is in an area with a density of 50 Homes per linear mile. The Cost for the trunk Cable will be divided equally among homeowners on the Street who use the service. To comply with a Village Law prohibiting door to door solicitation Cable officials will be food personnel weigh Price Rise Federal cuts affect school lunches by Christie Evans school dietitians around the City Are crossing their fingers that Federal cuts in meal programs wont mean More Peanut butter and Jelly sandwiches for students. Maybe without the Peanut butter if the costs resulting from the cutbacks implemented by the omnibus reconciliation act passed by Congress dec. 3 cannot be absorbed by the schools meal prices May Rise for school children several school superintendents said. Inside m Page 2. M a Deira teen train Pup for seeing Eye Job. New makers Page 3.Sycamore township Man earns boy scout Honor Page 4.�oc lists scholars Page 8.sports Page 20. Pilot project new approach to juvenile crime most school officials in the Deer Park Indian. Hill Madeira and. Sycamore districts Arentt sure yet just what action take. Some schools May be Able to absorb the additional Cost or Transfer funds to subsidize the lunch program others wont feel the effects until the 1981-82 school year. Director of food services for the Cincinnati Public schools or. Chester Preyar said that the Board of education had been considering a Rise in meal prices due to inflation before Federal were announced. With the reduction however there is now More of a need to raise prices. The Only other option Preyar said is to Transfer Money from the general fund to food services. Both options will be discussed by the Board at its feb. 3 meeting. The cuts in nutrition programs Are part of a package of reduced spending cutbacks included in the omnibus act. Cuts in health labor and social Security also were made under the same legislation. This year Federal outlays for food programs for children in schools and child care centers will be reduced by More than $300 million. First District congressman Willis Gradison said he is in favor of the legislation a was an Effort to control spending a add ing that the omnibus act would trim the Federal budget deficit by 8.2 billion in the 1981-82 year. Most school systems Are still in the Quot talking stages where reaction to the Bill is concerned. Full Impact of the cuts May not be Felt by Many schools until the following school year Mary Eby a Sycamore school dietitian said. She cited the 2.5 cent per meal reduction in Federal reimbursements As the Cut that would have the most immediate affect on lunch programs. A Bob Bacon nutritional coordinator of the Cincinnati archdiocese schools said that he Felt the cuts in nutrition programs. Were Quot unfair to students a All of whom need a Good Bacon said that he foresees a possible petition to eliminate the reductions but none of the Parent groups in any of the Public schools have discussed the matter to Date. Bacon said that he Felt the parochial schools would be hit harder by the cuts than Public schools. All meal programs in the Public school system must meet certain government standards in order to be compensated by Federal monies one area dietitian explained. Each meal served to a student must meet minimum requirements for each food group. Quot often we will give the older students larger portions than those required Quot she said. Quot the Cut in Federal reimbursements May Force us to go Back to serving minimum ass t. Superintendent of Madeira schools Bill Toth said that he foresaw a probable Rise in lunch costs but that it was unlikely the Rise would come mid year. Quot without government funding and donated commodities those foods bought by the government and sold at a Cut rate to school systems we would have a Tough time providing a Good nutritious lunch Quot he said. Quot the cuts Arentt going to make our Job any Deer Park school superintendent Louis Manning said the 2.5 reduction although considerable is probably not enough to alter their lunch program significantly. However the Cost of meal to a student might very Well have to go up next year he said. Manning is in the majority of school officials who say they understand the need for omnibus legislation in an Effort to trim the budget. Quot but Quot Manning said Quot the nutrition program is one area that touches children a i guess that a realistic but id prefer the cuts did no to reach the for dietitian Mary Eby the solution to the Federal cuts in school meal reimbursements is to become More efficient with what she does have. For instance the Sycamore District has Cut Down on hiring when someone on the food staff retires. The staff tries to adjust menus bake More themselves and buy More efficiently. But Eby summed up Quot How we do next year really comes Down to the Economy of which Federal cuts Are Only a symptom. Inflation hits hours mom Sai Xii now a amp is m00r-� it mtr rte. N ,ak>.4�n of Gold Silver coins it Sterling it buy Cash payment Timi t Moor kit at of Forest Amo ninja us. In Norwood 631-2112 open 7 Oats my 11 pm. Sew easy 14 sewing m school m class space 4 available now if t 1,1 t i t to to Kenwood Silverton pay y o of it ton a Quot a a la demonstrating the services of the system to Village Council next month. The Council is expected to draft a letter to homeowners explaining the service and listing a phone number for those who want to sign up. At the meeting Winter assured Council that problems about subcontractors being on private property without permission have been cleared up. He said the Warner amex people were unaware of the actions but that most of the subcontracting work is done. In other action Village Council a gave Council woman Betty steer chairwoman of the grounds committee support in whatever decision is reached on tearing Down the addition to the historic Elliot House. Steer said the a committee has been grappling with the problem of whether or not the addition should be part of the Home when it is restored to its original state. The Home is listed in the National registry of historic Sites. A approved a Resolution to hire an Engineer to prepare plans for water system improvement in the Village at an estimated Cost of $12,000. The plan involves extending water Mains on Cunningham Road Buckingham Road spirit Wood court Calderwood Lane and Between Indian Hill Road and Brill Wood Lane. A approved spending an estimated $20,000 for repair of Village Tennis courts before the season begins. A Learned that the lowest bids for new vehicles including two police cruisers and machinery Are $3,000 More than the estimate of $96,000. News by ifs 1 Nill Quot a Quot re a Psi guilty plea expected from Aspiolea Brothers Philip and Luis Aspiolea were reportedly due to plead guilty today to charges of involuntary manslaughter and aggravated robbery in the july 24 slaying of Andrew c. Luther or. The teenage Brothers agreed to plead guilty to the lesser charges after plea bargaining Jan. 29. They had originally been charged with aggravated murder and aggravated robbery. The maximum sentence for involuntary manslaughter is 7-25 years with a possibility of probation. The maximum sentence for aggravated robbery is also 7-25 years. Aggravated murder carries a mandatory life sentence. Ervin g. Fielden 19, was convicted Jan. 16 of involuntary manslaughter and aggravated robbery in connection with the same incident. Sentencing for Fielden had been set for feb. 2 but has been continued until feb. 25 pending results of a psychological examination. Luther the 71-year-old retired president of the . Playing card co., was found dead in a bedroom of his Home at 7513 Miami ave., Madeira last summer by Rose Fielden Ervin smother who was Luther a housekeeper. The Aspiolea who Are the sons of or. And mrs. Luis Aspiolea of 6839 Esther ln., Madeira were juveniles at the time of the slaying but it was ruled that they would stand trial As adults. Pleasant Ridge nativity Start Block Parent program a Block Parent program for children a Protection has been established in pleasant Ridge through the combined efforts of pleasant Ridge and nativity schools. Based on the Model already in use in Norwood the program is open to anyone who wishes to become a Block Parent but requires that each interested person Complete an application form available from Barbara Possman at pleasant Ridge school or sue Smith at nativity. Participating Homes will display a poster showing a helping hand symbolizing the role of the Block Parent who May be called upon whenever any child feels in Dinger. Although a Block Parent does not assume responsibility for a child he or she will Contact a relative Friend or medical personnel if the situation requires. Nutria system prone 891 77 m a 7529 Kenwood re Orp Ovri Ken woo six Wasai disc jockey John micks loses so Bounds with i americans leading 1 i i i i was never my Energy hungry Levels boasts a Between meals. A a i were always up and Best of All i lost my weight quickly without the Aid of i funny pills or strenuous exercise. Quot weight loss program a Call that for i a c0nm.imhtarv a m Gigli Gatior a Call today tri county 230 Northland bad. Suite 210 772-0611 Kenwood 8050 Montgomery re. A suite 105 891-1444 Hinny pms or strenuous exercise. 091-5444
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