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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - March 10, 1976, Cincinnati, OhioV. Library a ii Ohio historical society 1932 Velma ave Columbus Ohio 43211 due it in m a i it in t a int pm jul he. Forty Thia is Asia native hyacinth hat tragic Patt Daffodil struggle to against Winter shy but sturdy Crock Mother nature what Are you telling us photos and Story by Maureen Hehnen the shy Little Crocus is usually first up of the Flowers in this area and the delicate looking Flower has been known to Bloom right through an Early Spring Snow. We expect the Crocus As Harbinger of Spring. What we done to expect is the flowering Bushes bulbs and plants which greeted us last tuesday and wednesday March 2�?T and 3. We snapped pictures of these Blooming beauties near our is no office wednesday. The hyacinth has a tragic history. The perfumed pastel top of the weeks news City hears Kunter plan a plan to Divide the 7.2 acres of the Kunter property Woodford and red Bank roads Silverton was opposed by two area residents at Silverton councils mar. 4 meeting. The plan Calls for subdividing the acreage into 17-19 lots of at least 7,000 so. It. And to build an apartment building similar to three now on Woodford a proposal to put nine apartment buildings on the property was turned Down by the City recently. The Woodford re. Residents said they want to see larger Homes built on the Sitf. City solicitor Herman weaker said a few Large Horn a would be economically unfeasible for the property. The matter is before the planning commission tonight 7 . Montgomery asks feds to share Montgomery City Council voted to ask the Federal a a ave Ainet the extend. Revenue sharing program with a a no strings attached philosophy. A method of giving Pouce persons $125 More a year was voted on and mayor Young announced that an additional patrolman will be added to the Force in the Wake of recent House burglaries. Ralph Wilson a retired District manager of the Dana corp. Was appointed. Administrative assistant for the City at councils mar. 3 meeting. Charges set for shelters Sycamore township trustees decided at the mar. 4 meeting to continue to charge a $25 Deposit for rental of the Park shelter houses this summer. The $25 Deposit is refunded if there is no excessive clean up or any damage to the Park building. In addition the trustees voted to charge a non refundable $10 for use of the shelters. Clerk Frank do Andrea said this fee would cover the costs of administrating scheduling routine clean up and electricity. Work has begun on the Bicentennial Lodge. Footers have been poured and the architect expects the workers to begin putting in the first Timber by april 1. How to raise $700,000 for Park Madeira City Council discussed methods by which the development of a recreation area Between Dawson and Camargo roads could be funded at the mar. 1 meeting. Council would like to place the question of whether or not to develop the Park area on the june primary ballot. But first Council must decide among the alternative methods of funding. There Are various sources for the $700,000 needed to develop the Park such As increasing the earnings tax by ,25 percent or reinstating the 1.1 Mill real estate tax reduction put into effect in dec. Council will probably make a decision at the next meet a Well done a Aye Cook the Spring like weather of recent Days must have put people in mind of House leaning. G e Oree Cook who uses Csini classifieds to advertise a Fine housecleaning a specially a told us of the a wonderful results from Ana to your newspapers you May quote me. Or. Cook relies on the 84,000-Home coverage provided each midweek by Cincinnati suburban newspapers inc., your no. I Salesman in suburban Cincinnati. A Call to 731-7170 will put you in business right now Call Quot the Lawn a mat Manl seeding \ fungus control herbicides amp crabgrass control fertilizing insecticides Power aeration Power rolling ask about Lawn a Mats famous a Cara program Quot proven on Over a million lawns Lawn a Mayo. For a free Lawn analysis without obligation Call 793-0480 now Flower is a reminder of hyacinthus who in greek mythology is a Beautiful youth loved by Apollo. Apollo acc Dently kills the youth and causes the hyacinth Flower to Spring up where the Young Many a blood Falls on the ground. These Lovely Little hyacinths Blooming prematurely May also come to an untimely death if Winter rears his frosty head once More. This forsythia Bush is in full Brilliant yellow color. It is a native of Asia named for the 18th Century English botanist William Forsyth. Forsythia is another Early Spring Bloomer. It is found in abundance legendary Asphodel which covers the Elysian Fields in greater Cincinnati and makes Columbia Parkway even More breathtaking when All its yellow Flowers Are in Bloom. The Fate of this Early Bloomer is also Uncertain. Some gardeners have Cut the branches of their forsythia Bushes and brought them indoors to this will assure indoor enjoyment of the Flowers if Winter nips the Flowers and buds Quot All at once i saw a crowd a Host of Golden the daffodils were perhaps the most unexpected of Flowers Blooming last wednesday. The Daffodil is said to be related to the heaven As envisioned in greek mythology. This crowd struggles to hold up yellow trumpet like Heads in the face of Uncertain climate. There were other buds in Bloom last week Dogwood Magnolia and most non flowering Trees were also budding. Meanwhile Detroit four hours away was enjoying four inches of Snow. The ice situation was so bad there Telephone repairmen from Cleveland were being a a Lent to Detroit to help Cope with weather related break Downs. Mother nature what Are you telling us to place a Massif incl and Ilia i 7211 -7170 by 1 00 . Monda display advertising amp news dial 551-0231 serving the. Blue Ash Montgomery am Erie Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon communities of.,. Kennedy Heights Silver ton Kenwood Deer Park Rossit Tyne Dillon Rale Ritlew mini Mark of circulation integrity vol. Xiv no. 32 15�?~ Cincinnati Ohio. Wednesday March 10, 1076 1415 mon i go mer by. Phone 531 -023 i Friedman Breaks tie with a yes vote Amberley will build Tennis courts inside by Sand Smith Amberley Villi Cal met in special session coun Madeira High school principal John Rahe has been chosen from among Severa Hundred nominations to receive the american educators medal award of the Freedom s foundation Valley forge a. The award is Given nationally to school principals or superintendents who promote better understanding of the american Way of life. Rahe organized the pageant of flags while he was principal at Sellman school Madeira. The pageant traces american history through the use of colourful flags. It has been performed widely in this area and received Many awards. Job service reopens Ohio Job service 62 27 Montgomery rd., pleasant Ridge reopened monday after extensive repairs were made to the building. The outreach office of the Ohio Bureau of employment helps employers Ana those looking for jobs. Hours Are monday fonday 8-5 . Ullage Ocial s mar. 3 and voted 4-3 in favor of building four Tennis courts adjacent to the municipal building on Ridge a. Between the time of the last vote and this special meeting recreation committee chairman Wlater Meyer had the City manager obtain new bids for the entire project including placement of gravel for a new parking lot and spreading the surface for the relocated Ball Dia Mont. Originally the bids had not called for these services and the Village anticipated doing the work itself. In the first set of bids Newberry construction company was the lowest bidder at $49,853. In the new package the John a. Jergensen co. Had the Low bid of $52,792, and therefore won the contract Newberry bid .$54,-833 for All the work. A Resolution to build courts failed at the Jan. Meeting when the coun cil members present voted a 3-3 tie councilman Arthur Friedman was. Not present at that meeting. The other Council Embere voted the Ray on vote and Friedman broke the deadlock by voting Barbara Steinberg who voted against building courts raised the question of How admission to the courts would be regulated. It is the councils intention that the courts be for the use of Amberley Village residents and their guests exclusively. Meyer said enforcing this regulation would ultimately be the responsibility of the Village manager. Councilman Charles Hagner who voted in favor of the courts said he Felt it would be necessary for councils recreation committee or an outgrowth of that committee to work out the details of administrating the courts. A this Tennis court program is no different than any other Public program a Hagner said a in that it will be of Little value without the future input of people who Are interested in Meyer said the committee plans to have residents buy card keys for a Small fee. The card inserted in a lock on the court Entrance would open the doors to residents Only. The Village would re Issue cards annually to keep the list of eligible users current. Several residents of Dena in. Again expressed concern that water run off might become a problem because of the courts. Meyer said the Village would have the responsibility of making sure the courts Are constructed correctly causing no damage to surrounding property. If there was any problem with drainage he said it would be corrected. Montgomery takes initiative against burglary Page 3 Young women plan weddings Page 12 club events Page 7 Jill suburban life land Page 4-5 Junior achievers win scholarships Page 11 a Gable and Lombard simple minded Page -9 Kuhre state Champ Pancoast wins 100th deadlines because of an Early production schedule for next weeks suburban life we will adhere strictly to our deadline schedules clubs school Church social news and All pictures noon Friday sport news. 10 . Monday. We will be unable to accept news after dead Hnas. Scott Pancoast of Indian Hill wrestled his Way to the Ohio state championship finals saturday at Dayton and scored his 100th High school career record along the Way an amazing accomplishment for prep Cope studies life styles the Council of ongoing Parent education Cope will meet mar. 11, 7 . At the Wyandot elementary school on Kenwood re. Guest speaker will be Harold Mosak pad. Chairman of the Board of Alfred Adler Institute in Chicago. He will talk about life styles. Admission for members is $7 per couple and $5 for singles. Non member admission is $10 per couple and $8 for singles. For More information write Cope 5960 Winnetka dr., 45236, circles. Dave Kuhre of Sycamore went Scott a notch better. Dave won the state championship in one meter diving at Canton while the aviators As a team finished third in All of Ohio with 110 a its trailing Only st. Avier Ana upper Arlington. Pancoast had to defeat a neighbor to move to the state meet in Columbus next week. Scott outscored Moellers Ken Adkins who also reached the 119 Pound championship round. Melink brought Moeller a third place winning the Consolation championship Over Don Wear of Fairfield. Besides the diving championship won by Dave Kuhre Sycamore tallied enough Points to wind up third in Ohio. Craig Leonard was third in Botn the 50 and 100 Yard freestyle events. Dave Smith was fourth in the 50 free. Jim Bloebaum finished 6th in the 200 individual Medley. Town Square 3lht Montgomery Square shopping Center 984- Green thumb custom Lawn service fertilizer pesticide program Call for free estimate 271-5263 it All sounds so simple Hamilton county Park District Ranger Charles Lerche helps youngsters from left. Sherri Laugle and Jim Bishop of Miamitown and Brandon Scroggs of Blue Ash untangle their parents fishing tackle. The children Are getting ready for the opening of the Park District fishing and boating season this sat .1 mar. 13. Boathouses will open at 7 . At w Inton. Woods. Sharon Woods and Miami w hit water Forest. Deer Park schools celebrate 150 Deer Park Community schools Are preparing to celebrate their 150th anniversary by compiling a study of people and events connected with the schools from 1826 to 1976. Long time residents and other citizens in the Community Are being interviewed by the Public relations committee of the Board of education. Anyone who would like to share historical photos Memorabilia or anecdotes is asked to Contact mrs. Jack Boyd committee chairperson at 791-3318. The committee wishes to a a borrow these items for possible display at a Scho Larama a the Quot sesquicentennial Kickoff which will be held at the High school May 2. Original documents and photographs will be reproduced and returned to the owners if desired As soon As possible
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