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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - October 13, 1976, Cincinnati, OhioU. Top of the weeks news Indian Hill to hold tax Levy meeting Indian Hill Board of education will hold two Public Meetins a saturday oct. 23, 9 30 . At pm heard school and monday oct. 26, 7 30 . At Diane re. School to inform votary about the 3.8 Miu tas Levy to be pm the now ber ballot. The meetings will be informal question and answer sessions with All Board of education members present. 3.� Mills will add $3.80 per 11000 Asa Heaed property valuation to the current millage of 38.30 which include operating and Bond retirement taxes. The 3.8 Mills will go for operating expenses Only to allow current programs to continue and to Complete maintenance projects. The last tax Levy was 4.8 Mills passed by the voters in 1972. Direct mayoral election petitions circulate Madeira councilman Doug Opp theimer and about 10 volunteers will circulate petitions this saturday asking that a charter amendment req inf direct elec Tion of the mayor be put on the june Baudot. Ten per cent of the electorate of Madeira or More than 400 a natures Are needed in order to have the amendment put on the ballot. In addition to volunteers going door to it door with the petitions there will be petition head meters open from 10 .-5 . At calvins 5&10 store Miami re. At the Madeira Kromer s store and at the Home of Oppenheimer 7821 Buckeye Cream. Oppenheimer said he is no 400 or so signatures needed More. The mayor is now selected by Council from among the seven persons elected to Council. Under the amendment the mayor would be elected directly the voters. Six Council members would continue to be elected by the voters so the total number of Coon cil persons and mayor seven would remain the same a As it is now. A Council committee headed by councilman Forest Atkins Recomb ded against putting this Amend met on the ballot. T Sycamore having trouble with easement agreements Sycamore township attorney Ken Schneider told township to rupees he is having difficulty gating easement air elements with owners in the i Point storm drainage a rect area in time to apply or funds under the Public works employment act of 1976. The building of storm sewers in the High Point area has been funded in recent years under the Community 5uckeve Heimer said he is hoping to ret More than the he is hoping for 600 or agreements Downers. The Public works employment act requires Quick action on getting applications in and it requires that pc scats be under construction within 90 Days of their spew Val. Tali Story Page b Madeira takes first step toward project funding. Despite objections that Council has failed to determine what Madeira citizens really want for a Park members gave City manager George babe the nod at the oct. 4 meeting to beg filling out application forms for Fedema monies to fluid either renovation of the municipal building or development of a 25-acre recreation area and service building. Babe has by now authorized the two Plannie firms for the projects to fill out the forms for the i. According to babe since plans for remodelling the municipal building Are further along it stands a better Chance for funding than the Park project. Full Story Page Silverton Hopes to redo City Hall and Mash trash Silverton will file Appu catam this week fsr Federal monies to find renovate pm of the City building and construction cd a trash Transfer Static a. The funds May be available to communities und the Public works employ ent act. If funds Are awarded the municipal building would get a second Story and remodelling of a Ces and police work area Acair Ding to City elem Bernard Pohrman. The trash Transfer station would eliminate trips to the dump by compacting trash at the City Novice building which would then be picked up by an outside Hauler. Pohlman estimate Cost of both projects at $300,-500,000. Full stay Page 3 Why is Gien Sootoo Happy f Glen Sext happiest i a sni lar let meow year Olds m Csc i mud. According to his Mother Glen is Sootoo Happy Boiu we Wing two free Box seats to see die stingers play Quot he a Telung everybody about Glen and three others claimed the first weeks free tickets offa de m com the classifieds and will be attending the oct. 29 game against san Diego. The fifth set of sets to tfx is game goes to Chuck Ringel of Evendale whose exist card for unclaimed tickets was drawn following fridays deadline. Five More winning names Are listed this week so be sure and Check the classifieds Satte cd a cower 7896 Camargo Road forget sweetest Day october 16fh aka a trs Misc glom a 561788 la a v a Ohio ill 3 iof i -11 Colu Robua Ohi j 43 iii r to Plai e u and dial 731-7170 by 4 00 psf. Moncla it Lay advert Fig amp new dial 531-0234 a info the comm Oitim of of fleas m of Rig a very amb re it a Duvet Huhan fitful Madeira i Rabaul Ridge of freon Kermed of tights sifter to it a i crr Park ring Nunne Diun Vale Ridge wih j Mark of circulation integrity vol. Xiv no. 11 15 ineinnai8r 1 Ohio Wedner clan. October 13. 1976 1415 Montfomery re. Phone 531-0234 emphasis on historic preservation conservation Montgomery appoints officers to watchdog its new zoning code by Maureen Hehman Kuehn Frederick a Batavia architect was confirmed As mon Turners a a architectural review officer at City councils of Council s zoning code meeting oct. 6. Mayor Fred Young proposed Frederick and several other appointees All confirmed by Counch. The position of environmental consultant will be filled by William Miller and car Saladino a firm architectural preservation consultants. Five members of the City a landmarks commission were also a minted Jacques Sohn. Boris Berger Mary of Driscoll Dorothy Mayersky and map Quot Todd. All these positions Are newly created since passage amended which includes the planned District development add zoning. These boards and officers were so up to review new development in the City so that it is in Accord with the Aims of the new zoning code. That code is heavy y geared to retention of historical pri ties retention of soil and Trees and adequate landscaping and grading of properties. The downtown add is being developed thematically for instance and review officers would advise As to a plans conformity with that Overall add. The landmarks com ion will advise the City about historical Hiil dogs Sites and will Alc dog their preserve Iton a a mrs. Nancy a White was pointed to the Park and recreation Commissi Fhi to Erve out the term of a Villiam Wingo who has . Student appointees to this c a mtg ion Are Chip Fry and i Vances Cassidy Fry is a Moeller a Dent. Cassidy amends Sycamore High shool. I in for pith ltd a Rke Grant councilwoman Alma Blaze announced the City will apply for Federal f in the whole Down two it re area improve merits Ader the Public works Impi Dyment act of though the amount of Sycamore teachers plan to stay la Ith Pat the executive committee of the Sycamore schools teachers Assoc. Met oct. 5 to adopt the position that Quot conflicts Between the Ohio teachers association idea and the Ohio Pat exist at the state level Only and should not jeopardize a Fine relationship Between the local Pat units and Sycamore the sea has recommended that teachers decline membership this year in their local Pat Unita in protest Over state Pat a Tiona. The sea claimed that the Ohio Pat is pro management and anti teacher since it allegedly consistently opposes teacher supported Legisla. Tion. Two Sycamore District schools. Sycamore High school and Edwin h. Green school have had Parent teacher organizations which have no state Pat affiliation for several years. Quot the rationale behind our organization is that the dues really went to the state and we did no to see any advantage to being affiliated with the state Pat a said Dean Lennard head of shape Sycamore High schools Parent teacher organization. A we do need to keep reassessing the situation though and make sure that it would never be to our advantage to join with the state Lennard added. The sea would like to see local Pat units disband to form Parent teacher organizations like shape according to Maury Lindquist local sea representative. Other area teachers associations Are also meeting on this matter but none Are planning to withdraw from their local Ptah a this year. Money asked is in the hundreds of thousands of dollars mrs. Blk Zic said she believes the City has a Chance to get the 100 per cent Grant since the plan is ready and construction could begin within 90 Days these Are requirements for receiving the Grants of of manily development seeks input the City will also ask for Community development funds this year for improvements to Montgomery re. From Kerning to a to schoolhouse 1ji, there will be Public of the Community development funds at the next Council meeting and area continued on Page b inside of a be our readers share their poems and thoughts with us during no tio Nal a eur paper week pages 2 and 7. He�?T8 from Russia Mth love Page 6. We make a major announcement Page 2. Sports round ups and predictions pages 16-17. Montgomery gets recommendation for downtown planned District regulations see Story and map of the area Page 4. Happenings Page 5. Studio East exhibit % al sem All Lefi and Cherry Bender put finishing strikes on their paintings to be shown at the annual exhibit by member of studio Euist sunday oct. 17-Friday, oct 29, al Madeira Library Miami and Euclid roads during regular Library Hourt. A race lion honouring the artists will be held sunday oct. I 7, 2-5 . At which time portfolios will he displayed. Studio East is a group of artists All members of the Ornano a a Art club of. Cincinnati who meet weekly at Madeira Community big. During Good weather they paint at Scenic or historic Sites in the Cincinnati area. This summer a group of them went to Maine to attend painting sessions. Other members exhibit i at lie show Are Janice Bechter ave Biedinger Leah Bien Brigitte Bowyer Beverly Conrad Nova Davis Ginny Cray Amy Gwinner Louise Hagemeyer Elsie Hassan. Grace Kemp Marilou Kintner Helen Lammers Nancy , Dottie a Newstedt rad a Pfingstag Marie Thinnes. To Wagner and Virginia Cowell honorary member. A place for seniors and the entire Community Rosemary dreams of a new kind of Center by Maureen Herman Here Isnit much that stops Rosemary rengers. If you try to interview her at the Sycamore senior Center you find youself trailing behind As she greets newcomers checks to the Craft project consults with director Winnie Walker answers a Call about the Job registry or Calls out a teasing Quot hello to a Long time member. That show it is today. Mary was slowed 1, 1969, in the but roam Down in Hospital after major sur she and her family in Columbus then. During the Long lonely weds of recuperating in the Hospital Rosemary had a frequent visitor. Father Krause. He happened into Rosemary a room one Day and continued to visit her. Visits returned in addition to visiting hospitalized Jie Ople. Father Krause ministered to residents try a nearby nursing Home. When Rosemary got out of the she and her r them a 7-14, began visiting for. Lary Hospital children five of them aged Krauser a nursing Home. All the children were musical so the family would sing and play for the residents. The residents loved it Rosemary remembers. Those who were Well enough often danced. Quot they especially liked the children a Rosemary said. Rosemary expanded her work at the Home to include crafts and she was just beginning to organize an a adopt a stand parents project when her husband was transferred by his company to Cincinnati in 1973. Chance meeting Rosemary Hadnot been in Cincinnati Long when she met Winifred Walker at a Welcome Wagon meeting. Winnie had talked to the club about her work at the fledgling Sycamore senior adult Multi service Center located on Cooper rd., Blue Ash. Quot Call me a of you have any emergency driving needs Call me Quot Rosemary remarked to Winnie. Soon Romemary was driving two and three Tim a week delivering a meals on wheels a driving older peo ple to the store taking them to and from the Center Rosemary was also doing crafts at the Center with the help of her. Children. She knew quite a bit about crafts from her work in girl scouts. It not Long after their first meeting Winnie offered Rosemary a part time Job As the centers Secretary and soon Rosemary move from this Job to one As the Rosemary Rengert centers activities director. There was nothing part time about the. Was Rosemary threw herself into the Job with All her energies and talents. Her Supply of both seems inexhaustible. Spread the word first priority Quot when i came in i realized what a marvelous place it was and How few people knew about it a Rosemary recalls. Too Many people had asked the question Quot what goes on in that funny Little rii Semar it is first priority became Public relations getting the word out to the Community and to older residents that the Center was there what it could do for them. Rosemary was looking for volunteers and More members. One year and three months later there were so Many members and so Many activities that the Center found it necessary to move from the old Neil sign painting shop a kind of overgrown garage to larger quarters the old Plainfield school. There was a Good base of activities for men and women at the Center when Rosemary became act tivi ties director with the emphasis on crafts woodworking and three monthly events such As the International lunch pot Luck dinner and menus Brunch Bogins dance a Rosemary envisioned much More. She began dances for senior citizens and to do this she implemented an important aspect of her plan Quot pulling the Community to Rosemary goes out to the Community members and institutions for help. That first dance was held at Blue. Ash Myca with the use of the room donated. Anyone who knows Rosemary realizes How difficult it. Would be to turn her Down. Its just that everything she says sounds so darned convincing. She really believes in what she is doing and this passinate enthusiasm is transmitted when she talks and asks. Rosemary knew that Many of the widows and other women at the Center shared similar anxieties so she organized the a woman living alone the participants were greatly relieved to learn that their own worries and anxieties and thoughts were shared by other women. First seniors scout troop they also found that they enjoyed each other socially and so Rosemary thought of a Way the women could continue As a Conti Mied on Page 8 Siren sounds Madeira a civil defense Siren at st. Gertrude school on Miami rd., is now working according to relay operators for the Siren Cincinnati Bell. The Siren which warns citizens of tornadoes or foreign attack was sounded at its regular testing time at noon on the first wednesday of the month. Bell Telephone officials said they Are not sure of the cause for the sirens failure Over the past three months. Cometo its my attention. Culvery reasonable rat citizens Mem two of . Bank Silverton m0nt60inery Kenwood

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