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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - May 15, 1974, Cincinnati, OhioAile lion knot Holers fee the convenience of those Knothole publicity chairmen who May have missed the following tips printed in suburban life two weeks ago we Are reprinting the following the warm sunny Days Are Here to stay and that Means its the perfect time for the beginning of Knothole baseball season. Suburban life wants to continue giving the space and coverage to Knothole news we have been Able to provide in the past. For your convenience and ours we Are outlining a few simple rules that will greatly help us and help your team get maximum coverage. Final deadline for All Knothole news scores Etc. Is 10 . Monday. There is a mail Slot where news can be deposited on saturdays sundays or when the office is not open. . Are important and we urge team publicity chairmen to mention them in their writeup. First and last names should be included. A pictures do Tell a Story and we re always glad to have them. A persons pictured should be identified always. A Knothole news should preferably be typed and double spaced. If typing is impossible news should be printed clearly and neatly. A because of the High volume of Knothole news the paper receives each week news of Only the most current games should be submitted. Date of games played should be included in write up. We might add that girls softball leagues Are springing up Alt Over and their news is also important. We Hope publicity chairmen will clip and save the above pointers Ana refer to them when pre ing news. Prepare Ohio historical society 1982 Vaina ave. Co lit Abas t of i o 4 32.11 of it e a Cincinnati Ohio permit no. 9530 to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 a s�twio9 the comm Unitas at. Hit Ash Montgomery ambit racy Village ind Tun Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Krecun Kennedy height is Leer on Kenui Vody Deer Park toc Smovir Dpi hmm a a Ridge Soad Mark of circulation integrity vol. Xii no. 42 Cincinnati Ohio wednesday May 15, 1974 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 5310234 a music from the heights9 Kennedy Heights Community Council will sponsor a music fest titled a music from the Heights a sunday May 29, 2 . At Drake Park. The fest will feature eight musical groups including the Roger Bacon spartan band the us jazz revolution Kappa Kappa Psi us music honorary Woodward so westbound fund a the Flash Ford dancers the Walnut Hills ensemble the a International express and the mayor Theodore Berry councilman Charles Taft and members of the Cincinnati Park Board will be distinguished guests. Awards will be presented to the outstanding citizen of the year and to individuals who have Given service to the Community in the Fields of education and housing. Announcement will also he made of this years Ken sil scholarship award. Flowers will be sold to Benefit the Kennedy Heights youth program and food will be available for those who do not bring their own. I a la. K i m a of a 1 a tsp a r i pm we to . A .1 pm \7 by 1 w v Tsih r / a a Mim m i min a a i. F Eagar be i 3 a y 4. J we we in Deer Park delay on raises Sparks discussion original Board members. Volunteers friends and Board members of the Sycamore senior adult Multi service Center were honoured recently with a luncheon at the Home of mrs. Joan Rebeck. Pictured above Are some of the original Board members who were responsible for the centers formation in 1970. From left Are Harry Perkins Irma Oberle Mary Malone Mary Jane Flege the Rev. Rill Graler and Amie Greene. Mice in Deer Park want more1 pay and Republican councilman Dennis Mckeown says the City is dragging its feet in meeting their request. Police pay raises became the subject of discussion at s Deer Park Council meeting last thursday when Mckeown questioned the manner in which the safety committee is handling the recommendation to come by the june meeting. Mckeown says the problem is the budget which he says cannot accommodate a 50 percent Cut in trash collection fees voted in january. A to do it this year give raise they know they have to do it next year and they done to know where they Are going to get the Money a he said. Healy says he does no to consider the delay unusual. A i was taken Aback when presiden of Council Harvy Alcorn bad to Stop healed debate Between Mckeown and legislative and finance committee chairman Francis Healy who says the City will try to meet police requests and still stay within the budget. Mckeown said later that the committee is a dragging its feet a on the matter and it May be August before the question is settled and police get their Money. Healy. Says he expects a limbers stiff Muscles elderly learn yoga at Kenwood Center Youthful bodies residents at the de care Center Are finding out. Every saturday about 20 of the residents average age to gather for a half hour yoga session with 26-year-old Chris Knepper the centers activities director. And most seem to think the mind body exercises Are doing them some Good. The exercises Are aimed at relaxing the Muscles and loosening joints that can become stiff with age. The senior citizens do not. Sit Cross legged on the floor but they do sit in chairs or weel chairs and Bend their arms hands and Heads in time with Chris directions. Some at first were confused by the name a they thought it was go 1chris says. A a know what it thought they yoghurt Chris who has studied and taught yoga herself for about three years starts the classes with breathing exercises and exercises that relax the Scalp. Next come exercises which help extend the fingers hand and . Muscles. Chris next May ask her students to Flap their arms like Birds or wave their arms As if they were Trees. Mouth exercises elicit comments such As a we done to need any practice with a a think about feeling relaxed it takes More Muscles to frown than it does to smile a Chris reminds her students. Yoga is much More than physical exercise she explains. A a its not just a Plain exercise class a she says. A it involves the mind As Well As the body. It your go i. You in it is �?�1 Lake to do a lot o to things with the bands. When you get old they will mad contracting so you have to be constantly hyper extending Chris says at first were curious of the classes. A they would laugh when they heard their Mother was going to yoga classes. They thought she was standing on her head and things like Chris who is a former English teacher and plans to study physical therapy says yoga for the elderly is a matter of exercising the Muscles which have become tired and stiff. Many of the residents practice the exercises and breathing on their own. Mrs. Edna hurler is a firm believer in the classes. She has never missed one. A i practice the breathing sometimes on my own. I had heard about this and she Chris convinced me. I really enjoy it. It makes you feel kind of free a she says. What kind of tree Are you Ada Deford and Florence Sunderlin practice moving their arms like branches on a tree. Many of the persons who take the yoga class said they find it to be relaxing. In Sycamore teachers get a new salary schedule for teachers has been approved by the Sycamore Board of education to go into effect with the 1974-75 school year. The schedule was developed jointly by Board and teacher representatives during several months of study and negotiation. Salary boost never missed. Mrs. Marie Niehoff a former Norwood resident has never missed a yoga class at the Kenwood extended care Center. Mayor to dedicate Ridge Hawthorne mayor Theodore Berry will be in pleasant Ridge tuesday May 21, 7 30 . At the parking lot of the Standard Federal bldg. And loan co. To dedicate the 70 Washington Hawthorne Trees lining the business District. The tree dedication is part of the May Community Cundle meeting. Ridge Bov scout troops will present the colors. A business meeting and election of officers at the town Hall will follow the dedication. Ridge residents with Green thumbs Are invited to bring their trowels and meet Bonnie Peterson chairman of the Green Power operation committee of the pleasant Ridge Community Council at 2 30 . Sunday May 19 in front of the Ridge Flower shop 6088 Montgomery re. Representatives of the eight Girt scout troops and the three campfire girl troops in pleasant Ridge will join the chairman and residents in planting Ivy and petunias around the base of the 70 Hawthorne Trees which have been purchased by Ridge businesses residents churches a Hoot children scout and campfire troops. Read the classifieds under the new schedule a beginning teacher with a bachelors degree will make $8,050 per year up from the $7,600 under the present schedule. A beginning masters degree Holder wit earn $8,550 compared to the current $8, 1 x. After 14 years of experience a bachelors degree Holder will earn $10,900. Under the existing schedule he earned $12,-280. An additional longevity amount was added to the master degree category painting equipment taken Harry Sheldon 9423 Birch dr., Loveland reported to Montgomery police that4$175 Worth of Quot another charge paint and painting equip suspects escaped with ment was taken from his $300 in Cash after breaking with the maximum pay of $15,900 coming now after 18 years of experience. Under the old schedule the two charged in burglary Silverton police have arrested two suspects charged in connection with a House burglary that occurred at 6316 Elwynne dr., apr. 27. Arrested May 9 were James howards and Melvin Way. Both gave their addresses at 2013 Burnett ave. Way was. Arrested while he was shopping at a King Kwik store in Silverton. Howards was arrested at Hamilton county jail where he was being held on maximum was $14,540 after 16 years of Exigence. Teachers who Ive 15 semester hours beyond a masters degree earn an additional $200 per year. In other action the Board adopted the 1974-75 school year Calendar which Calls for 178 Days of classes. The Calendar is basically the same As this Vear. Students will report tuesday sept. 3. The Christmas Holiday vacation will run from dec. 20 to Jan. 2. Spring vacation comes the week before easter a mar. 24 through 28 with the last Day tor classes june 5. A contract with educational television sta May face you re Iron free ticket to a red game. Check Csini cia Ifield pages. Seasonal sales Quot the grass is and so is Cash. Harold Hattersley sold a Lawn Mower and Charles Feiler a Tion wet Channel 48 was renewed for the coming year at a Cost of $3,100. The charge is based on enrol ment figures in kindergarten through Grade eight. Sellman band gels honors Sellman Junior High hand received a 11 rating when it computed against 13 bands from other Middle schools at Glen Este High recently. Two thirds of the band is composed of 7th Grade students. The band is directed by Gardner Benedict. Doors left unlocked burglars get purses track parked at the Terrace parking lot 9546 Montgomery rd., May 9. Suspects broke a cozy Wing and took a 16-foot ladder paint and 15 crashes. Into the Home through the basement. Police also arrested two females in connection with the Casa immediately after the burglary was reported. Spring a Urban specialities and necessities of All kinds shop the classifieds. Deer Park police Are seeking the same person in connection with three burglaries that occurred May 11 and 12. In each instance victims reported that a slender male Black about 14 years old. Wearing a Light Blue jacket entered their Homes through unlocked doors snatched ladies purses and inside a pfc new Coffee House to open in Madeira Page 2. A poll shows student voter turnout Light for primary Page 6. _ teachers plan two week Bike hike for boys sports Page 9. A new demonization in sight Kinsolving says so Page ii. Billy Jack is Back. William Haggerty s review appears on Page 4. Ran out of the House. In two cases the purses were found in rear Yards with Only Money taken. Persons reporting the burglaries were Betty Collins 4145 Lansdowne May 11, 9 55 . Charlotte Tanner 4044 Lansdowne May 12, 9 15 a. And Candis Cox 4157 a Leary May 11,9 30 . S he Mckeown got on it because be knows its in the discussion stage. I be surprised if there is some recommendation by the Jane Healy says an increase in medical benefits is being studied in detail because that is an area that concerns police. A a there a no doubt get a raise a he said a but a How much has not yet n police chief Nick Nimersheim says he expects his department to be brought in line with other departments. Nimersheim says he has no specific figure in mind. A i would guess it would be better than ten percent a he said. Nimersheim said the department would probably be disappointed with less. A i doubt if anybody h going to be satisfied. There a been a lot of unrest Here because its been so Long since we be gotten a raise and the rest of the Jepe Ruments in Hamilton county Are getting them. Mckeown said at the Council meeting that he Abo objected to a meeting held Between the safety committee and. The patrolmen to which the chief was not invited. Nimersheim says he has been told by some City officials that some policemen Are not doing their Job. A a there a no argument with the Job they do. But you always seek Healy said. A some things get blown out of Mckeown says he expects police will get a ten percent raise when additional benefits Are counted in to the total. The City has the Money this year but what to do next year is causing the delays he feb. A a they re playing the old poor Mouth game now a he said. Mandatory basements proposed Madeira councilman Carl Schneider has suggested that the City a planning research and zoning committee consider an amendment to the zoning ordinance that would require All houses to be built with adequate storm shelters. Schneider said at the May 6 Council meeting that deaths and injuries resulting from the recent Tornado usually occurred to persons whose Homes had no basements Schneider said he favored changing the zoning ordinance to make at least partial basements mandatory in new construction. He will also propose an ordinance that would require All trailers to be tied Down. Schneider said he doubted whether the would be done voluntarily. Film program at Library the Madeira Branch of the Public Library will sponsor film programs tuesday at 7 . June 4 through aug. 27. Admission will be free and titles will include animated classic comedy and horror films. A Fuji schedule of films to be shown b available at the Library
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