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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - March 02, 1977, Cincinnati, OhioFoj 1 he. A v Ohio a i j to r 1 o o 1 Sci it to 183 Helfna ave. Columbus Ohio a 4 3-211 ii a in t ltd a 3 y a v a. I i it a 1 a a cute h. I. It i ?mv4i. A75i a things that go Hump in the night. Para psychologists believe they have some explanations by Maureen Hehman during most of Many a relatively Short stay on Earth he has been victim of his fears a of things that go bump in the fears of the unexplainable. Now parapsychology believe they can explain some of those bumps and noises. Montgomery resident Janet Tubbs has been Janet Tibbs Par psychologist secs a new Era of the mind dawning. She says we All have psychic Powers. Studying and teaching parapsychology during the past five years and she agreed to answer some Layman a questions. Everybody has psychic Powers a everybody has psychic experiences Only they Call them hunches or coincidences a mrs. Tubbs explained. Have you Ever Nown beforehand who would be at the other end of a ringing phone did you and a Long time but out of news in Brief Deer Park fiscal crisis topic of meeting tomorrow it s no secret that the City of Deer Park is experiencing a financial crisis. The City is operating on a temporary six month appropriations ordinance. Last november a ballot request for an increase from one percent to two percent in the City earnings tax was Defeated. City officials have called a kind of town meeting to discuss the City finances tomorrow March 3, 8 . At the Community Center building Chamberlain Park. Business people representatives of civic organizations and clubs and residents Are invited. The Agenda includes discussion of anticipated 1977 income from All sources and anticipated expenditures such As Street repairs health insurance police fire and service departments Cost of living Street lighting and Park maintenance. A letter urging attendance of the meeting has been sent by councils legislative and finance committee chairman George Horn. He says a in order to maintain our City and its services in the Norm you Are accustomed to we face a series financial crisis. In fact we need your ideas and suggestions As to How we will Cope with these problems on a Community wide expected to be named to City Council Chuck Abbott is expected to be appointed to Montgomery City Council at its meeting tonight 8 . In the City building. Abbott will take the place of Roger Aerni who announced his resignation at last month s Council meeting. Abbott of Tailwind dr., is Active in local civic and political organizations. He was a member of the citizens committee studying Park and recreation acquisition in 1975. That committee had recommended the City buy the entire Swaim Field property and develop it for a City Park. In other business tonight Council will repeal the moratorium on building permits downtown Annex land from Sycamore twp. Consider a sign variance for Nisly hair gallery accept a bid for two police cruisers accept a bid for rebuilding Weller de. Bridge contract for Public health services increase police service requirement pay state closing hours for Hopewell cemetery and forbid trespassing there oppose compulsory arbitration vote resolutions of appreciation to Hal Norris Bob Bintzler Ai Bradum and Larry lobster buys Kenwood property for $235,000 red lobster inns of America has bought 1 a acres at the Corner of Montgomery and Galbraith roads Kenwood for $235,000. The property a site of controversy Over zoning since 1973 is commonly referred to As the a red lobster property. Last month the zoning squabbles ended with a court finding that ties the development of the 4.5 acre site to a development plan. That plan Calk for building a red lobster restaurant possibly another restaurant or other commercial building and an office building. The plan excludes the location of some commercial uses at the site including drive in Type restaurant. The plan also requires facade lighting Entrance and egress and parking to be developed in accordance with the plan design. The owners of the property sold to red lobster Are Bonnie and Donald Reinhold and or. Robert and Evelyn Hodory. Attorney Arthur Ney of Hamilton county prosecutors office said the plan attaches to the property and is effective under the new owners. Reinhold and Hodory still own the remainder of the 4.5 acre tract and also an adjacent 2.1 acres known As the Kern estate. The Kern property under the plan is tied to office or More restrictive development. Reinhold said the properties will be. Developed according to the court finding however no specific plans for construction on the properties still owned by Reinhold and Hodory have been project to begin accepted bidder for the $560,000 Deer Park storm sewer project the Jurgenson co., is expected to begin digging up the City a streets in March or april according to Deer Park Council. Oyer half the area of Deer Park is involved in the project. A letter to president Carter asking him to consider the plight of Deer Park along with other Ohio cities in Hopes of receiving Federal funds to repair Winter ravaged streets was approved by Council thursday. Finally Council passed a routine ordinance providing for the bonding of elected officials Likely to Andle City Money. Touch Friend write each other letters at about the same time these May be types of psychic experiences. Thought has Energy an Experiment that mrs. Tubbs does with her classes illustrates the Energy of thought. Each class member is Given Zinnia seeds in a pot. One half the class directs positive thoughts at their plants the other half directs negative thoughts at their plants. There is a dramatic difference in the growth of plants in the two groups with the a a positive thought plants thriving. You Are responsible for thoughts a i want to Snow people that they have to be responsible for their Energy. This is a very graphic demonstration. You Cahnt Send out negative thoughts without doing harm a mrs. Tubbs explained. Mrs. Tubbs is interested in the positive effects of Energy although she Points out that psychic Energy like electricity is neither Good nor bad. It Defi ende now it is used. Blind be with psychic help she Tola of a Blind Man being taught to sort blueprints by color after he Learned How to a a read the Energy Levels of colors. One a a sensitive word to describe someone with developed psychic abilities is working with a Back surgeon mrs. Tubbs said. The doctor discovered that sometimes after Back surgery a patients pain would persist Inex Plain ably. The sensitive can understand the Root of the patient s pain which May be emotional in origin. Some sensitizes work with the police to help solve crimes. A great Deal of psychic work is being done with Blind and deaf people even children with learning disabilities mrs. Tubbs explained. In one Case a Blind Man for the first time could a see Quot his wife through learning to psychically a a read a wedding picture of the couple. Pay it tub not the work of Devil citing these Good uses of rehire abilities. Mrs. Ebbs said a i done to see How that can be work of the she said that often her work and parapsychology in Genera is misunderstood. She has been denounced from two Church pulpits in the area. Denounced an anti Christ once mrs. Tubbs went to talk to a Church group and Lead a Healing service at a Church in a nearby Community. She particularly noticed two men who came to the service carrying bibles. When mrs. Tunes discussion was Over and the Healing Circle about to being she asked if anyone did not wish to participate the two men stood and began ranting and Bible thumping about mrs. Tubbs being an anti Christ. In what was apparently a prepared denunciation. Mrs Tubbs Shook her head rather sadly when she described the incident. She says she has come to realize that some people cannot understand or accept her work. Most of these done to really listen to what she a saying she believes. Mrs. Tubbs herself is a healer and believes that her work is very related to spirituality the More spiritual you become the More your psychic Powers grow she explained. She believes that anybody has the potential to be a healer. A a re a ii healers a we Are All healers. Anybody can open up to be a a Channel. It takes love compassion and a desire to really help someone a she continued on Page 13 m to place a classified and dial 731-7110 by 4 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 Cincinnati sub Sinban newspapers inc. Blue Ash Montgomery am Berly Village Indian Hitty Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heigh tsp Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity vol. Xiv no. 31 15c Cincinnati. Ohio wednesdays March 2, 1977 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234 ombudsman program needs funds volunteers making nursing Homes a place to live not die by Laurie Petrie de. Note. This is the first of a two part Story on local efforts to improve the care in nursing Homes. The second part will Citver proposed legislation. Amid the demands and requirements of the Cluster of interest group in the nursing Home Industry the voices of the most important groups a the residents Ana patients a have been nearly drowned out. Now if funds and volunteers ran be found a nursing Home ombudsman program forming in Hamilton county May become the official patient advocate that could improve the a Quality of life in nursing Homes Here. The ombudsman program was proposed by Madeira resident and former nursing Horat employee Ruth Lydon last october when she Learned of similar programs operating in Ohio and other states. Together with Rosemary rangers a Montgomery resident and tireless worker for the elderly mrs. Lydon spread word of the idea to local social agencies and then presented the proposal to some 40 nursing Homes health care City and social service Agency in at a meeting Friday in the Southern Ohio Bank auditorium Down a in. The program will be administered by pro seniors inc., an Agency of the Council on aging which coordinates protective services for the aging. As proposed by director. Judy Green pro seniors will recruit at least 20 volunteers and one full Lime coordinator to Field complaints about nursing Home care from patients their families and nursing Home personnel. Volunteers will visit Homes regularly setting up contacts with patients. An added Volunteer duty of lobbying for Reform legislation was proposed at fridays meeting by state rep. Michael Fox a Hamilton who pointed out that All other interests in the nursing Home Industry have lobbyists in the state legislature but a very few people in the state of Ohio will come before the legislature and speak up for the a everyone who has a financial stake in the system is Well represented in Columbu save the patient a said Fox. A member and critic of he state nursing Home commission. Volunteers would also be to inform the Public not Only of proposed Reform legislation but of the misery drought to the lives of both patients and Home operators by state regulatory agencies with their bureaucratic tangle of unevenly enforced rules. A this group can play an important role in informing the Public about what a going on a Fox said. Quot if peo continued on Page 13 haunted House nets $30,000 Ruth Lyden patient advocate inside of Jaycees give All that Beautiful Green stuff to local charities woman alone workshop has poignant plan ahead Page 2 message eleven area charities received Grants from the 1976 Wal Sycamore Deer a Park Jaycee haunted House which netted close to $30,000. All the profits were Given to Charity. The Grants were awarded during presentation ceremonies at the Sycamore Park Lodge. The haunted House has raised Well Over $300,000 for Charity during the past seven years. The Charity fund Raiser was the first of its kind in the nation and is widely imitated. This years haunted House was the culmination of Over 5000 Man hours of work. The haunted House was open 10 Days and attended by almost 40,000 people. Organizations receiving Grants were Camp Scep Bing stones juvenile i abates foundation Emanuel Bridge Home for Laurie Petrie says nursing Homes Are not the answer in a editorial Page 2 editors series on working mothers has led to workshops designed to answer such questions As a How to choose a Babysitter or daycare Center. A. Page 3 if you re afraid to drink the water you May want to attend Raymond Walters College Cincinnati commentary talk on March 8 Page 4 reviewer asks question Quot Why was Fellini a Casanova put on the screen a Page 11 planning notre Dame concert Moeller band boosters will present the University of notre Dame concert band March 2d at the Moeller auditorium. Meeting to plan the concert Are from left Harold Ely concert chairman Pat Shannon ticket chairwoman Cathy Berger publicity Bob Rodenfels president of Moeller band boosters. Proceeds will support the Moeller band. The notre Dame band directed by Robert of Brien is on its Spring tour through several states. The notre Dante band has been touring annually since the end of w orld War ii. Tickets Are at the music department or Contact is. Shannon 8857 Lynoris. Ai Alili 1 i boys teen Challenge Terry Tuttle chapter City of Hope Haemophilia foundation Cincinnati chapter child health Assn. Longview children a unit school Hamilton county special olympics and multiple sclerosis of greater Cincinnati. The major beneficiary was the new battered children program of the children a convalescent Hospital which received a Check for $11,000. In addition to the above groups Many local youngsters will Benefit through sponsorship of Knothole to Ball and soccer programs. These groups were selected from almost 200 requests for Money. See Page 6. Buckeye card applications Joseph Schulte from the Golden Buckeye card program will be taking applications from area residents at the Sycamore senior Center March 10, 10 a.m.-2. Bring proof of age valid Driver s License or birth certificate with you. Ohio residents aged 65 or older Are eligible for the cards which entitle the holders to discounts at state recreation centers and Many private businesses. New logo for Oldi its time for a logo change. After Many years of service Cincinnati suburban newspapers inc. Is retiring its old identifying Quot look Quot. And replacing it with our new logo designed by Don Campbell of Campbell graphics cd Mcm a Matt suburb a Niesp areas inc. We re still the same company with the same folks doing business at the same old stand in fact our old logo will appear on Carrier delivery bags and other promotion pieces until gradually replaced. Either Way its still us Csini publishing the Eastern Hills journal Northeast suburban life Millcreek Valley news Hilltop news and the Norwood Enterprise. Who services your phone answering equipment try All-tr0mcs 631-1971 state 22 member c ban Silverton r Montgomer Kenwood

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