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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - October 01, 1975, Cincinnati, OhioCommittee reports alternatives Madeira High Gas Cut by 5 to 10 percent there will be a five to ten or cent reduction in Gas rating fuel to Madeira Fligh from this november through March of next year according to a letter received by Madeira from cg4e, the High school is the only1 one in considered to be a Large non Domestic user of Gas. A committee of the schools planning com mis sum has studied this Energy problem and mane suggest Tom of ways to Cope with the reduction which is almost certain to continue creative aging a creative aging Quot a workshop designed for old i adults and those concerned with the problems of aging will be held oct. A l p. M. At Knox presbyterian Church Michigan and Observatory Hyde Park. Co sponsored by the Council on aging and mental health services East a purpose to t he workshop is to interest volunteers to Aid in programs for older adults. Nancv Lloyd member of the Hyde Park Center for older adults will act As hostess for the workshop which will begin with a reception. Wing fresh air in beyond next year due to the shortage of natural Gas. Abo fuel costs Are almost certain to keep rising. The commission is an investigative and advisor of the Madeira school Board. According to a press release by Evelyn Ingram the committee has. Come up. With these preliminary alternatives reported at the commissions sept., meeting a physical changes to the High school such As installing a. Supplemental Oil conversion system a lowering thermostat setting a reduce take. A program changes such As Quot Quot shifting school Days to warm months usog Cool rooms and asking teachers and students to dress More warmly a curtailing use of the High school and. Switching school activities to Oil heated buildings. The committee will treated for heart attack Margi �7832 Monte Rev Deer Park suffered a possible heart attack sept. 24. Deer Park life squad administered oxygen and transported her to Providence Hospital. Study other school system and Wilt rank possible solutions to the Energy shortage in its final report to rat st boo is planning commission in october this report will then go to the school Board a committee chairman Edward Kahn said a the fuel crisis is a Community problem requiring Community Effort. Suggestions from citizens which might be helpful in developing feasible solutions Are mo4t Welcome. Please write them out and Send them to Energy committee., Board of education office 6711 Miami ave., Madeira Ohio 45243.�?� happenings All saints it Flitcr will present its annual fall fashion show fall 75&Quot, tuesday oct. 14. Noon at Kenwood country club. Mrs. Robert Calabrese from left is a Bow chairwoman and mrs John Carroll. A chairwoman of models. The fashions will be from mrk pins sophisticate a shop. Reservations Are with. Mrs. Gene Rudd 9883 Pfeiffer. Helping with the by a Are mrs. And Gallagher mrs Robert Lalain. Or. Ronald , or. Robert Hackman. Carroll. Mrs. Peter Brady or. Richard Maloney. Mrs. Don Kunkel. Mrs. Doug Dueweke. Mrs Robert Ralston and mrs. Thomas Holtmeier. Bicentennial Art show winners Ursula students won first second and third place prizes and two honorary mentions in the Montgomery Bicentennial commission s Art contest at Theka a Paraje Art show Sapt. 21. Best a of show went to Martha Cutler whose water color painting was a composite erf eight historic buildings in Montgomery. Besides ribbons. Bicentennial coins a were awarded to a first place winners in the three categories drawing painting and collage. Winners categories age brackets place Lisa 7 amp 10-oz. Glasses 12 to a customer stemware wine carafes Gal. Milkman Terr. 18&Quot Oil lamps 1 sat. Amp Sun. Oct. 4 amp 5 Only Reg. 20c 5c 1 a. Leg. 31 20 Reg. Is 75 Reg. Amp s3��. Reg. $5.00 $3�� Reg. 35c be Reg. Is .251 a Reg. $4.00 dance aids the retarded the Catholic federation for retarded children will hold a card party oct. 8,11 . At Hartwell recreation Center Caldwell or. Lunch is at 11 30, followed by a Quot stretch and sew fashion show. Boutique prizes drawings and a. A Quot barrel of grocery a a. Reservations with mrs. John Cooper 735 Stout ave in the three and various were first Nace Gavin. Kent Sheeler. Steve Lamb. Allision Hohn Valerie Novak Suzie Wright. Dong Behm. Martha Cutler. Second place Rudenia Adams. Amy Rudowski. John Sabo. Alice Dickinson. Barb Honerlaw. Don Sharp hair. Third place Patrick Vonderbank Milo Otmar David Carroll Peggy Cavellier. Cathy Flottemesch Radia Pfingstag. Honorary mentions Stacey Pittman. Allen. Setter Kristen Row Anne Debrunner Michelle Farris Michelle spree Elmeier Beth Hohn. Kristen Jackisch. Sharon Suer Martha fellerhoff. Radia Pfingstag Rick Lynch and Helen. Schaefer Ruhr on both of her paintings. Special award of a first place ribbon to Nancy Killduff for a hooked Rug. Judges for the show were or. And mrs Cettie and the owners of the Busy Bee Craft Shoppe Ida got t lies. Belle and Bettie Zimmerman. Reg. S3.50 i c a. Carnival Glass bowls pitchers canisters carnival Glass fruit bowls 75 House of Glass 6932 Montgomery re. Silverton open 7 Days a week 791-8573 mon. Fr1.9-9 sat. Amp Sun. 9-6 grand opening Ohio Valley photo Supply camera Center Montgomery Square 7f1-5552 oct. 6 thru 11 factory demonstrations Etc monday amp tuesday oct. 6 amp 7 Konica of i i Tipa tuesday amp wednesday a a up Ivel act 710 monday amp tuesday oct. 6 amp 7 Ocif oct .7 amp 8 wednesday amp thursday oct. 8 amp 9 Polaroid Minolta Sunkyo Canon Friday oct. 10 Friday oct. 10 Friday oct. 10 saturday oct. 11 Canon super 8 Auto zoom �18 Register to win grand prize drawing sat. Oct. 11 7 00 . Dance aids Cincinnati chapter of Hadassah will have a dance saturday oct. 4, 9 �mb�., at Rockdale Temple �501 Ridge re. There will be a late supper and Art and antique auction. Tickets Are $12.50 each. Proceeds will go to the mount Scopus Hospital in Jerusalem which is being restored and rededicated oct. 19. The total m Oman course will he offered by Kenwood Christian Church 8501 Montgomery rd., beginning oct. 2 and. Continuing for the a next 3 consecutive thursdays. From 1.-3 . Fee is $15. Call &h-4564 or 851-9687 for wry atoms and inform f held bib of n Indian a Atli tuesday oct 7. At the Home it of mrs Betty Manirath. 2971 alone Ter. Indian Hill. Mrs Richard Durrell will speak on a ecology let it Ducr Park play ground and civic club will meet oct. 2 at Trinity Church of Christ. Babysitting provided and All Deer Park residents Welcome. For information Call Rosemary Thieman. 891-0446. Rid a re it Hilt i Garden club will meet oct. 8, 9 45 . At Quot the Home of i Edward Rietman. 6927 Pine Edle ln., with mrs. Donald Johnson As co hostess. Members will work on crafts for the Christmas caravan to be held at Cincinnati convention Center in november to Benefit the Garden Center of greater Cincinnati. Newly installed officers Are mrs. Earl Heintzelman. Pres. Mrs. Allen Garrard Voce pres. Mrs Joseph Hipfel Sec. Mrs. A. Manuf Molpus Corres Sec. Mrs. Donald Cornett treasurer. Silver ton Ornan Quot club. Monday. Oct. 6,1 15 at the City building mrs. Harry Kaesemeyer hostess. Mary Haltz Graf. Kiwi staff Quot of american. Airlines a will present a a Arizona Valley in the silk it in Ikon Milf it Lub oct 7, 8 . At the City building. Program chairwoman is Luella f rl0hlli"ti. 4 suburban life wednesday. Oct. I �975 get Tiv together to make plans for the Madeira he publican Lub dance Are from left. Rita Adler publicity Sharon Goldman. Monte Carlo and 41 Hencheck or. General a chairman. The 16th annual Madeira Republican party dance will be hem oct 18, 91 at Montgomery business men s tub. 7777 Sycamore st., Montgomery. Music is by a a the dad and lad in addition to dancing there will be a Monte a a la room an auction drawings and door Prises. Refreshments and set ups will be provided. Tickets Are s.1.30 each and can be purchased at the door or before the dance by railing Robert Karlin at s61-4745 or rita Adler at. 561-9344,. F doctor is club speaker Blue Ash woman a club will meet oct. 6, 8 . At the Blue Ash. Municipal and safety Center 4343 Cooper re. Program theme for the evening is a a woman in Medicine a featuring or. Dorothy Ferris As speaker. Or. Ferris spent 35 Yean As administrator and chief surgeon of a Hospital in India. All area women Are Welcome to join club members for the evening. The Date for ordering lobsters and clams from the club has been extended to oct. 13. To order a 1 a Pound Maine lobster at $4.75, or steamed clams at $1.25 per dozen Call 793-6232 or 793-3853. Some of the profits realized by this Sale will sponsor first step a a cooperative Nursery school program in Blue Ash which is sanctioned by the Sycamore Community school administration. Programs held for handicapped programs for mentally retarded and physically handicapped. Chi 1 d Ren teenagers and adults will be offered by the Cincinnati recreation commission from october through april. Socials for mentally retarded adults will be held at pleasant Ridge Community Center starting oct. 3 on Friday evenings. 7 30-9 15. Saturday programs at pleasant Ridge for children and teenagers will be conducted from. 10 . To 2 . Every saturday beginning oct. 4. If we a Cul. Antu it watch and Clcil a repair Aman i st tiny and a and spa emf cd War won i a a a a. F nth Ramit i a Urti id Dot fran in clinician open daily 9 am 5 pm closed monday a amp a jewellers saturday october 4� i0am-5pm h. Bowen prop. A member of the National association of watch and clock collectors. 7129 i i Madeira 561-9555 11551 grooms re. Vino or a mice Orr Cornell re. Slumber bags Blue Ash a is oust ruffles a quits comforters Tutu clients a bathroom and Kitchen acc go sores a and Arft Unicof Possum Treft Srof pfc Ahmad. A wat Nauy Moum a City of Madeira Leaf collection schedule 1975 weeks of 10-13 to 10-17 10-27 to 10-31 11-10 to 11-14 monday area 1 tuesday area 2 wednesday area 3 thursday area 4 weeks of 10-20 to 10-24 11-3 to 11-7 11-7 to 11-21 monday. Tuesday wednesday. Thursday area 5 area 6 area 7 area 8 weeks of november 24 amp december 1, All areas As needed. Final collection will be dec. 8. After this Date leaves must be put in bags for regular collection by Clermont waste collection. No More than 5 bags per collection. Area 1 Miami Goff Naomi Marvin Dones Euclid Sycamore Hill area 2 Kenwood Whetsel Shawnee run Willow hollow Madeira Hills. Rolla Way. Wood Sway Rosalee Ken Arbe. Area. 3 Camargo Longfield Max held Osceola. Sanoma dr., Sanoma ave. Sancler Esther Camargo Longfield Maxfield Osceola Sanoma or. Morrison Luka. A Dawson Madeira trailer Park Rose Crest Strifler Eleck Ken Crest Hosbrook. Montgomery Galbraith. Lancewood Crinstead Redondo. San Marco Oakbrook Joannes dr., Joannes ct., Buckeye Crescent Greenbriar Maple Leaf Thomas North of Tances. Kenwood Hills Maple Ridge Vista Ridge Maple Spur Oak Vista coach Lite Lakota Cher win , Cherokee Johnson Fulsher Arnett May Augusta Roll Mead Kay Wood Navaho Apache Minnewaukan Margo. Old Bam Ken View pin Needle Juniper View Meadowdale Spring Crest Southside Laurel Railroad Genter Maple Wallace Fowler South of Euclid Summit. Mayfield. Fowler North of , s. Timberland Miami. Hills n. Timberland s. Mingo Shenango n. Mingo. Wesley Juler Tances. Locust Dee Britten Jeteve Hobart Berwood Thomas South of Tances ration rita. Leaf collections will follow schedules As nearly As weather and emergency situations permit. We can a Supply equipment and. Devise a schedules for Leaf collection but we cannot control weather equipment breakdowns and other City emergencies. Rake leaves to Edge of Street in windrows but not in gutters to facilitate pickup. Leaves beyond 8�?T of the Edge of the Street cannot be reached. Do not place in bags for City pickup. Please do not pile leaves around fire hydrants sign posts Trees or Utility poles. The once a month collection of Large items will be suspended Dur ing november amp december. This pickup will resume january 7, 1976. Area 4 area. 5 area 6 area 7 area 8

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