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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - May 18, 1977, Cincinnati, OhioU. Library Ohio historical society 1983 Velma ave Columbus Ohio 43211 lil s. Post Ais bulk rats a 10 it Kcal amp Latu Ohn fsr ii 14 j. 955 Grey Panther organized Speaks out a Quot of need acceptance not discount ice Cream by Maureen Hehman Janis Deisenroth thinks too much is being done for old people in our society. Most of it meaningless. A right now there is a lot of fawning Over old people from a feeling of obligation to them. That s not As Good As love Quot he said. Deisenroth is one of the founders of the Cincinnati chapter of Grey panthers a National society of mainly older citizens who lobby for fair treatment of old people in our society. Deisenroth said he and Many other older citizens Don t necessarily need a discount for the bus and 25g off the Price of an ice Cream soda at the local drug store. He recounted the joke about the boy who helped an old lady across the Street and then asked her Why she did no to say Quot thank a i was t going across the Street Quot she replied. What then what do old people need then a old people need to feel accepted if not by their families at least by other people in society Quot Deisenroth answered. A old people need to be recognized respected and Given some they Don t need some Young kid honking at them to a Speed up when driving on the Highway and Thev Don t need to get mugged he added. That a Why he. Alma Sullivan and Paul Payne founded the local Grey panthers in 1976. There Are about 25 members. Nationally Maggie Kuhn Heads the organization. Not rocking chair Sitters the Grey panthers As the name suggests Are not Content to accept the rocking chair that society has assigned them. The group has investigated and gotten the state of Ohio to look into insurance companies continued on Page 11 Noat amp Cait to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 4 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531 -0234 Jabiru Deisenroth. Long time area resident of Madeira Kenwood and now Montgomery is one of the founders of the local Grey panthers. He says old people have been fawned Over and used As a political Pawn but that s not what they need. They need recognition respect and responsibility. Deisenroth got interested in the Grey panthers when he met the National head Maggie Kuhn while on vacation at ghost ranch in 1973. The Western Retreat is owned by the presbyterian Church. The group meets locally at st. Peter in chains Cathedral Undercroft. Take your pick of clubs for senior projects Cincinnati Sli Burban newspapers inc. Blue Ash Montgomery Amberly Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Milverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne dil Lomale Ridge Ood Mark of circular integrity vol. Xiv no. 12 15c it . Ohio. Wren Ruday May 18, 1977 1115 Montgomery bit. Phone 531-11234 there Are a multitude of clubs and services for senior citizens in the suburban life area. Csini staffer Terri Patsfall has compiled this list of Many of the clubs and services m o n t g o nier y senior citizens meet at Montgomery presbyterian Church Zig Zag rd., every 4th monday of the month at 11 . The group is comprised of 75 members age 60 and older from All Over the City. This year the club is operating on a Grant. From the Madeira woman a Chib. Dues Are 50 cents a month. Club activities include a general business. Meeting followed a by cards special programs and refreshments. Local trips and outside luncheons Are sometimes taken. There Are currently two openings. To become eligible you must attend at least three meetings. For additional information Call 791-6192. Madeira senior citizens meet in the Madeira pres b y t e r to n Church Miami and Greenbrier the 1st and 3rd thursdays of the month not during the summer from 10 . To 3 . The group is cosponsored by st. Gertrude a and Madeira woman a club. Members pay $3 a year. A business meeting cards and social take place from 10 . To noon. From noon to 1 . They break for lunch with sandwiches brought from Home and refreshments and desserts provided by sponsors. From 1 . On special programs Are provided slides High school music gymnastic groups and guest lecturers. Two Day Long trips Are planned per year one in the Spring and one in the fall. An annual Spring luncheon is held the 3rd thursday in May. For additional information Contact mrs. Luke 561-9249. Deer Park senior citizens meet in Chamberlain Park Community building tuesdays noon to 4 . The group is comprised of 115 members. To join you must he age 60 or older and live in the Deer Park area. Dues Are $2.50 a year. Group activities include social cards luncheons anniversary and Christmas parties due to the limited size of the Hall no new members Are being accepted. Those interested in joining May submit their names to a waiting list. For additional information Contact mrs. Francis zins. 791-4710.northeastern if ills senior citizens meet in the Deer Park pfc Hall Linden Street tuesdays noon to 4 . Dues Are $3 a year and citizens age 59 or older from anywhere in the City Are eligible. Cards and social Are played every week except when special outings Are planned. Local and out of town trips Are taken several times a year. This year a week Long trip is planned to Vintage arts fest fetes Vintage artists by Laurie Petri musicians painters vocalists photographers a dance teacher a poet sculptors actors a All professionals ait Active and All Over 0 a presented their work at the first Vintage arts festival at Ursulina Academy in Blue Ash last week. If you attended you were probably More than a Little surprised at the virtuosity and the variety of work. You were probably familiar with Many of the artists but inspired by the outpouring of Talent that perhaps for the first time. A ltd getting the recognition it deserved. F Fly five artists participated in the two Day fes Ival sponsored by cin ii Coati area senior services inc. Senior services program coordinator or. A loan Leonard and vice president of the Hoard Cecile Mihaly dreamed up the idea Over a year ago. As or. Leonard said a to show Cincinnati How Many wonderful artists they have who Are Over 60�?�. With the help of artists like Painter Reginald grooms or. Leonard gathered together the working professionals she needed. A we managed to get Many of the finest artists this area has to offer although there was a problem in finding women because Many did no to want to admit they were Over 60,�?� or. Leonard said. Rut find women she did. Like a wet Amy it was Nard to find someone who Wasny to just writ int sentimental stuff see relate teacher and student continued on Page 11 ill teacher Vril Laurence director of the hide Park studio stand Here with one of her set Iilene. 15-y#ar-tdd let econ Donnelly of 9029 Paw Pawl a. Lee Ann was one of several for. Laurence students Vjio performed for visitor to the Vintage artist s festival al i Soline Venden last week. Story below sculptor Ivy. Starr Painter of primitives. Elizabeth Wilson and Dan let teacher Vril Laurence. Myril i aurence started dancing when she was 13. Danced professionally for six years and then went to Hollywood where she danced in Early musicals. She has taught Ballet for 56 years at her hide Park studio. Several of mrs. Laurence s Young students performed at the festival. A highlight of the festival was a drama troupe from Chicago called a free Street All in their 70�?Ts and All except one. Amateur actors. The troupe is now touring the county with its Oral history a drama in which the actors recount moments and their meanings in their lives. Quot we saw them perform in Chicago last fall and were so excited a that we decided we had to get them for our festival a a or. Leonard said. Quot free Street too actors stayed on after the festival to take part in a workshop May id with older Cincinnat ians who May want to Start such a drama troupe Here. See Story Page i baritone Andrew White gave a delightful performance saturday evening with a program that ranged from opera to Quot logo s a redo irom Verdi so a hello to negro spiritual a ride on Trig be sos Hind american con t e m Pora re st Ephen Foster s with the Light Brown hair quota Drew White internal inn ally known opera and oratorio performer holds the endowed chair. Dieterle 1�?Trofessor of music at Uchs College conservatory of music. He just returned from a concert tour in Israel and for the past four Summers has been on the voice faculty of the american Institute of musical studies in Graz Austria. Andrew White started his career in radio singing on the nightly shows of Fred Waring and his pennsylvanians. The Amsterdam radio quartet the Ford program with Rex handlers Universal rhythm orchestra and the sunday evening Bach cantata on Mutual with Alfred Wallenstein. In Between performances by the Clef Trio former Cincinnati symphony orchestra members Herbert Silbersack. Karl Tore and Herbert 1 Iemeyer cellist Fritz manc Yak. Pianist Zina Pobere shaky and Painter Reginald grooms it who gave a demonstration festival visitors could enjoy the Art exhibits in ursuline s Entrance lobby. The photography was particularly Fine with works by Walter. Seinsheimer Herbert Marcus b m. Markstein. Milt Rappoport Fritz Raymond and Morse Johnson. For those who it sad a this a Celebration of the Talent and vigor alive in the older members of our Community there will be another time. According to or. Leonard the Vintage festival will Quot definitely go on it will be an annual event.Dillonvale gives $500 done to expect hearts and Flowers from poet Amy Blank members of Dillonvale women a club have donated $500 to Sycamore senior Center to help make up a deficit of $5,500 for 1977. Club members also help Volunteer for Center activities such As driving for the a meals on wheels program. Betty Rood is club president Robert Logan is Center director. He has been actively soliciting funds for the Center during the past few months Ana has met with successes such As the Dillonvale clubs donation. By Maureen Hehman Don t expect a Little old lady poetry from Amy Blank. She does no to write about forget me not and romantic blather. Mrs. Blank read her poetry at the Vintage arts festival at ursuline Academy May 7 a and 8, a gathering of performing and exhibiting artists aged 60 through 99. Whatever prejudices we May Harbor about the kind of poetry an old woman writes Are disprove by listening to Amy Blank. You hesitate to use the word a a old to describe her. Because a a old in our society has ceased to connote one who has experienced More of life and now has strangely come to mean someone who has less. Old in Amy Blank s Case Means a tremendous wealth of experiences perceptions reflections Loving and Wisdom which is reflected in her voice and face and which she turns into poetry. / she has not sentiment inside of it s our tribute to senior citizens. See stories a nut then throughout the paper editorial Page 2 suburban life area girls add More names to list it it of athletic champions Moe and Deer i Ark also in Winner s Circle Page 4, 5. H Madeira Park proposals outlined Page 20 Amerle keep wanting to buy Coffee Flowers auditor keeps saving Quot no Quot a a it age 8 Tali Zed her experiences. She has lived through the 20th Century with All its wars pain and injustices. When she stepped to the podium sunday at ursuline she articulated some of them. In a poem about the jewish holocaust during world War ii titled Quot to a generation of she reads in bitter understatement remember when the wind blows from the East dusts fertilize the Earth. The wheat slant in the rain makes the Good bread you eat and the Little Mineral six million times a Little Mineral you drink. Let your Gorge Rise on the feast. The pain of the 20th Century is personalized abruptly in the last stanza of another poem a microcosm on the screen 1968,�?� a kind of to news program turned into poetry Flash from Vietnam a grown child of ours filthy in a Bunker with finished eyes and stricken Mouth a his unspoken word a i have killed. A the loss of innocence and the sometimes brutal human spirit is the theme of a poem about four owls shot by police after they swooped and frightened some neighbourhood children in Clifton Heights. Now not Only owls Are dead. Something has died in children. They will always be afraid in after nights when they Are grown and oot of owls in velvet dark will not Wake feeling hands to love. Thev will remember under feathers there is blood their fingers stirring to the gun. There Are Beautiful Lyric love songs which speak of a Long deep abiding love a physical and spiritual with All our senses a eager fingers of the soul a we have loved much. Our firm hands hold the rounded world of touch. Keen As the smell of Wood smoke thinly rising Sharp As bitten sorrel and with the sweets of Small unspoken Joys our True love meets. And in another poem written to her husband Amy says when you Are gone the House sounds hollow music. As a Shell it holds the rhythm of your even Steps for in your coming and your going you make Rich the quiet like a tolling Bell. When you Are gone and when you come again at night the empty House has knowledge of your will its waking pulse beats your return then there is peace and Strong Delight. In a Short poem which Amy Calls a kind of double Haiku the love of Parent for child is expressed i met my girl s boy in a Valley of Clear streams. In his morning eyes i could read his dreams easily i could read there. In his eyes my world. An a Firmance of life of Hope is expressed in a poem titled a Lei Degesis Quot a variation on the 23rd psalm of the Bible. The poet is troubled sceptical in the first four stanzas of the poem the lord is my Shepherd i will not bleat. But i shall want because the world is want poet at arts fest is stones instead of pasture. I will be stubborn stand into the wind. In the last stanza however she overcomes the scepticism in joyous a Firmance continued on Page 10 poet my Blank anti hot a husband. Sheldon participated in i Academy Vintage Art festival May 7 and 8. Univ in a published poet. Her poetry is disciplined polished sharply focused. The rhythm and rhyme Are Subtle pleasing. She articulates the experiences of growing old. Her poetry is varied however encompassing Many subjects themes and tones. Some of it is humorous some Hitler some joyous. Sheldon is recently retired from his Long career As professor at hebrew Union College. Cincinnati. 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