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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - October 19, 1977, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary Ohio historical society 1932 Yel a avo. Colua bils Ohio 4 3 i i a ii bulk pad Cincire t Ohio Peru 11 i a it 9330 time for Sleigh Bells and to wonderful Holiday things. Blind Man creates Beautiful Wood toys judging from its admirers this Cradle is Well Worth a second look. Rut its maker. Or. Elmer Schroder won t have that Chance. He s Blind. The dentist s hand made cradles will be sold at the Madeira presbyterian churches Harvest Bazaar nov. 5. That s the Story behind the Cradle but the people behind it Are Jennifer Neel 5, daughter of or. And mrs. Robert Neel Kenwood and mrs. John Andrew Seiller. Montgomery. News in Brief halloween oct. 31, 6-9 . Halloween Houre for suburban life areas Are oct. 31, 6-9 . Except Madeira 6 30-8 . And Indian Hill 5-9 . Deputy Gordon Highlander of the Hamilton county sheriffs office said he suggests that children 5-9 . Deputy Gordon Highlander of the Hamilton to Wear illuminated costumes so they May be seen easily and that parents should accompany Small children. Parents should carefully Check All treats before giving them to children he said. If pins or razor Blades Are found parents should Call the sheriffs office immediately. It would be a great service if the House where the Candy was received could be remembered. With an address the police can press charges or at least investigate he added. Madeira students score above Norm on College tests Madeira High school students have scored higher than the National and state norms on both the Scholastic aptitude test sat and the american College test act. One Hundred and two Madeira juniors and seniors took the sat and ninety nine students took the act some of these students took both tests. On the verbal portion of the sat Madeira students scored an average of 471, compared to the National Norm of 425 and the Ohio Norm of 429. In the sat math Section Madeira students average 528, compared to the National Norm of 470 and the Ohio Norm of 429. In the act on a scale of 1-36, with 18 being the average Madeira scored 20.1, while the National Norm is 17.4. In English Madeira students scored 18.6, compared to the National Norm of 17.7. In social studies Madeira scored 17.4, versus a National average of 17.3-in natural sciences Madeira scored 21.7, compared to the National Norm of 20.5 Madeira a composite act score is 19.6 higher than the National Norm of 18.4. The tests Are taken nationally by students who wish to enter i learn to Trace your roots at Montgomery club tonight a tracing your own roots is the program for the Montgomery historical society meeting tonight at Montgomery Community Hall 8 . Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of latter Day saints mormon will explain Why Gene logy is a vital part of their religion and will Start the group on a search for their roots. Refreshments will be served and admission is free. Mary of Driscell president said a this year everyone is turning detective on their own family coincidentally a a roots author Alex Haley is speaking oct. 26-27 As a part of the Montgomery town Hall lecture series. Attention ap9 up and All ships at sea. Response to our a sweetest Day ads a promotion last week was so amazing 270 messages of love wed like to brag a Little. We Ron a front Page notice in last weeks paper inviting interested readers to advertise for free their feelings for a loved one and to get it to us by mon Day . We repeated the notice in our classified Section. That Sall. No other mention. A very Short notice for something wed never offered before. The 264 ads which appeared six received too late to include made some of the Best Reading we be seen in a Long Long time. Proof positive that a love does make the world go round. A and Csini classifieds and the folks who read them Are very special indeed thank you so much for a a making our whole week National newspaper week that . Elmer Schroder lost his sight Over a Quarter Century ago. But he has t lost heart. In fact a heartwarming Story is behind each handmade doll Cradle High chair doll bed and clothing tree to be sold at the Madeira presbyterian a Harvest bazaars sat., nov. 5, 10 .-8 . Schroder 76, is a Brave dentist who lost his sight in 1950 after 25 years in his profession due to an Eye infection. He admits that he was not always As Chipper As he is now. Actually he was very bitter very depressed at first. His daughter now mrs. Paul Logeman 8440 Eustis farm Lane began to coax him to go to the society for the bund. To see if associating with other people in similar situations would help. Reluctantly he consented to do. The people there made him feel important. They taught him Little tricks such As whistling As he walked Down a hallway to that the sound would Bounce Back like radar to warn of approaching Walls. He Learned to read with brai and he Learned once Morello laugh. The society for the Blind did contract work for Industry and found or. Schroder a factory Job which he held for five years until he was Laid off. During this Slack time he and a Blind Friend enclosed the front porch of the friends Home. It required a four foot Extension to the Concrete slab and quite a bit of carpentry work. The project proceed Well and toward the end they ordered aluminium windows. A company representative came out for measurements. He kept making measurements Over and Over As though something were wrong. Finally he came out in the other room where or. Schroder and his Friend were sitting and handed the doctors Friend a contract to sign for the windows. The window Salesman a embarrassment was surpassed Only by his amazement when he Learned both men were Blind. The Salesman confided he had never seen such Quot a True measurements., and he wanted to Call a newspaper to write a feature on the two men. The two Blind men declined the Honor it appears they had not obtained a building permit and were afraid of being hauled into court. From there or. Schroderus woodworking talents grew and soon he was making Large quantities of doll cradles rocking chairs Etc. His Hobby snowballed into a full time Job. He owns and operates a Drill press hand electric Drill Jig saw table saw Saber saw Orbital Sander Belt Sander and Router. He treats each with respect. At the a Harvest Bazaar a or. Schroder s expertly handcrafted cradles will enjoy a special spot. Cradles May be purchased already painted or orders will be taken for ready of finish items for do it yours Elfers. A limited number of the cradles will be Given special attention by lire Andrew mrs. Seiller who has had extensive training in Tole painting will decorate a Small number of cradles and equip them with bedding. Or. Schroder now lives in Toledo but his daughter mrs. Paul Logeman lives in Indian Hill. Her husband is a prominent area orthodontist. Mon news of fests pages 4, 5. Its beginning to look a lot like incredibly enough its time for Christ Mas or at least almost. All year Long women in area clubs and Church groups have been sewing and Quot making a Little things and big things lots of things to sell at their pre Christmas bazaars festivals and fairs. If you want to get in the Holiday spirit Earl visit one of these bazaars or festivals where you can buy cakes cookies and breads for the coming holidays and pop them into the Freezer who is going to be the Wiser when you pull them out again in december the Holiday fests Are an Ideal time to do your Christmas shopping Early something you have always promised yourself Todo. Right some of the City a biggest Best most glamorous Holiday fests Are right Here in suburban life area and we Salute them and Are featuring Many of them in the paper this week. In our plastic automated manufactured mass produced to hard sell world these bazaars offer something different things handmade lovingly painstakingly place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 4 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 Cincinnati Subit Rban news waders inc. Blue Ash Montgomery Amberly Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood Mark of Quot of curation vol. Xvi no. 12 15c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday october 19, 1977 4415 ont Osnery Rdv phone 53-1 -0234 at Deer Park Council safety by Nancy Schliess Deer Park concilus october 13 meeting was Brief but Lively. Helen Camp 4324 Orchard sle., addressed Council and mayor Francis r. Healy in particular on the subject of alleged a serious improprieties in the service mrs. Camp asked if the mayor had looked into allegations she had recently brought to his attention. She did not go into much detail during the Council meeting but touched on one or two incidents she says have contributed to waste and unsafe conditions in the department mayor Healy replied he was waiting for a documented evidence that such conditions exist. He also said he would not proceed with an i Vestiga of waste hazards levied Tion into the matter without such documentation and without the accused having the Chance to face the accuser. Healy stated such a meeting could take place in private or at a Council meeting. Mrs. Camp noted after the Council session that the confrontation could take place at the october 27 meeting see Story Page 22. In other action Only one since of legislation came before Council and was adopted unanimously. The Ord i Nee authorized the auditor to bind the City to Short term indebtedness for the purpose of paying the general contractor for work on the sanitary sewer on Irwin ave. Councilman Joseph Ziegler reported that new regulations regarding Community development funds for 1978 require a citizens advisory committee be set up. This committee will hold three separate hearings Over the next few weeks and it is hoped citizens will Avail themselves of this Opportunity to air their views. Mayor Healy reported appointment of Glenn Wilde to the Post of acting clerk of courts. Healy stressed this As being done at no Cost to the City and has been approved by the solicitor and the state auditor. I a three members of Deer Park High schools 1977 championship baseball team appeared thursday evening with their coach to receive a Resolution of appreciation and congratulations of Council. Amberley still a Village population Check indicates its not too late to hear internationally famed author Alex Haley speak at Montgomery woman s club to wife Hall lecture series. There Are tickets available for the thursday afternoon series for $15 and individual tickets for each lecture thursday afternoon at 2. Haley s Book a roots struck the to and publishing world like a Comet last year. Other speakers in the series include Jack Anderson David Dubai Stanley Waldoff Milt Tatelman and Letitia Balridge. Haley will speak $ wednesday and thursday at Kings Island american heritage Hall. Chairwoman Are mrs. Richard Daniel and mrs. Ronald Siple. By Bill Robbins Amberley Village officials who have fears the Community might be forced into a Sci Tyr status apparently can rest easier Quot thanks to the virtually completed police population Check. Chief Joseph Quot Trusedell informed Council at the oct. 10 session that the study showed Amberley Village has 1229 residences and 3841 residents. This is Well below the 5000 population figure at which Point a Village must become a City under Ohio Law. The policy study was the first in Many years and was aimed at providing a card file of names addresses and phone numbers of Amberley residents for use in any emergency. Only a handful of residences remain to be checked. Final figures Are expected to show a population of 3900 or less. Us census figures placed Amberley Village s population considerably higher however it appears compilers went beyond the actual Village boundaries in arriving at the higher figure. The great balloon Experiment need a lift right eyed Wyandot by Leon Taylor plans were up in the air for a group of orig fifth graders at notary i Hill school District. But no one minded. After All they were working on a Way up and out of the Energy crisis via balloons. Their plan of attack was ample enough. Instead of transporting cargo by noxious cumbersome Gas guzzling trucks Why not ship through the air in helium filled balloons to prove their Point they Strung together Over a half dozen four to five Inch balloons attached paper clips to them to represent the cargo hooked the operation up to a Battery powered toy helicopter and let her rip. Sure enough it flew. That was a Small scale Model of course the students also worked with a larger Model including Pink Ana yellow balloons that looked slightly smaller than the planet Jupiter. But the same idea could apply to balloons the size Rof the Goodyear Blimp or for that matter the Hinden Burg pulling their weight through the air according to al Tattershall who supervised the 7-15 students in the project. In fact Doug Backus 10, was writing a letter to the folks at Goodyear asking for a visit from the Blimp or from a representative who could explain the Workings of the Blimp. A it s like for the Energy crisis explained Eric Leugers 10, a because we re saving Gas and Oil for All the trucks you d need to ship that. And helium we breathe it All the Lime and one approach said Tattershall would he for a helicopter to pull a train of cargo carrying balloons through the atmosphere. And yet another would involve a Pilot in an air tight Gondola beneath the balloon bringing it up to the Jet streams that flow a sedate 100 to 150 Mph above us. The balloon would then Jet to its destination where a helicopter would finally by continued on Page 15 everyone loves a Parade a of balloons. Here Julie Briggs foreground and Eric Leugers watch As a toy helicopter lifts a Convoy of balloons with a a cargo a paper clips. It s part of a project on alternative transportation for a group of fifth graders at Wyandot elementary in Indian Hill school District. Inside politics pm. 3 school news pm. 6 sports pcs. 8, 9 names and faces in the news pm. 15 of local women making it in business pages 10, 11 we buy diamonds and Imond estates from 100 to 100,000 Cal for appt. 793-6639

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