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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - October 20, 1976, Cincinnati, OhioTop of the weeks news Sycamore hop to get new school offices Sycamore Board of education Hope to build a not Central administrative office building by winning a Sycamore Board of education Hopes to build a new Mira Quot local Public works Grant under the Federal governments economic development administration a we have Long since outgrown our present facility at 4881 Cooper re. And in fact have spilled Over into a Mobile office trailer Quot superintendent Eugene Shrimpton said. A we have been exploring possibilities for gaining additional office space for some time now and just recently special funds were made available by the Federal government to stimulate employment in the construction Industry a he said. The same architectural firm of Baxter Hodell Donnelly Presten that designed the new Sycamore High school has developed plans few a 6,300 a. Ft., one floor building to be located on the East Side of Tibe Junior High school. The estimated Cost of the Structure is $287,000. The site is a strip erf land bounded by re. On the North and 1-71 on the East. Cooper i a this is an Ideal location for us because it is readily accessible to our schools and the general Public.1 Shrimpton said. A Pitta we already own the land which is necessary in order to make application for the funds. The Board would sell the present office situated Between Sycamore Branch Library and a Small shopping Center. In to consider needs of academically gifted smart kids have it easy. They can Breeze through school and thank goodness dem t need a lot of special attention. These fallacies Are beginning to crumble As teachers and administrators begin to examine the educational needs of the academically gifted child. A committee of teachers administrators and parents now forming in the Indian Hill school District plans to determine whether the gifted child does need special learning experiences and if so what kind. The committee which will seek student thinking on the matter will discuss the possibility of special curricula characteristics of the students age level for programs and time spent on special programs. Once these questions have been answered the committee will develop criteria to identify the special students. This is an exciting topic that is gaining much interest at National state and local Levels. A careful study could result in a recommendation to the superintendent and Board of education which would reflect the needs of students in the Indian Hill school District Quot the committee will meet after school hours at a time agreeable to its members either late afternoon or Early evening. Any resident of the District who is interested in More information about this project is asked to Call 561-52u or write mrs. Norita Aplin at the Indian Hill Board of education office. 6160 Drake Road Cincinnati. Ohio 45243 by oct. 25. Groups to be charged for picnics in be Linn next summer a $10 picnic permit fee will from groups wanting to Reserve a picnic Mcerlain Pari stressed to meet it Ark. Council member pfc face members of Council Lur Day night that the charge will Only be to Reserve a spot and will not be made to residents just stopping by. Approximately 20 such permits Are issued a year and in permit the added $200 will help meet increasing expenses Schoeny added. The problem of easily tipped trash containers arose again last thursday night with Irv Smith 4237 Matson rol., protesting that Council had made Little Progress towards a solution. Smith said that he Haa placed Metal legs on the Ctm Tainer in Back of his laundry but that they had to be sawed off when garbage trucks were unable to tip it. Lou Volker of the , file department is looking into the Progress of possible state legislation regulating the containers said Council member Robert has 40 such tip Pable trash Ctm tamers according to service director Louis Liing. Parents Are advised. To warn their children not. To play around the containers. Four year old Stephan Woodward was killed in aug. 17 when an empty Container tipped Over on him As he attempted to climb it. In other business Council announced that application has been filed for Federal funds under the Public works employment act of 1976 to overhaul the mile Long stretch of Blue Ash Pike in running through Deer Pant. The project is estimated at $300,000 but Council will probably not know about the awarding of the Money for several months since president Ford has not yet signed the appropriations Bill. As the meeting opened Council awarded Doug Wimmers a Bicentennial Bell $50 savings Bond and Flag for his design for the Bicentennial Flag. A Doug is a member of the explorers poet Law enforcement group. The playground mothers took second place in the contest and Doug took third place this time for the school Art club. Plumbers lose $1400 equipment Blue Ash police Are investigating the theft of $1400 in electric saws drills Copper piping and plumbers tools from two trucks owned by the Miller plumbing co., 11079 Deerfield re. The grand larceny occurred sometime last thursday night police j. S. ?33a72 windows broken in office building vandals broke two Large windows Worth $350 and damaged a $250 parking lot Standard at the Kenwood professional building 9403 Kenwood re. Sometime last thursday night according to Blue Ash police. Police Are still investigating the Case. 3attec� a to Wei 7896 Camargo Road Han girl baskets Green ants fall arrangements Zuj Tommy of Jeimy of to 561 "678$ r ? v a a of a y a a Calumba of 4� to Plarr a Jam fwd and dial 731-7ito by 1 00 . Momy display advertising amp a re dial 331-0234 serving a communities of. Blue Ash mkt Femmy am Eriex Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant it Der Brecon Kennedy Heights Sif Venon Kerry xxi Rossmoyne Dit Kvak Ridgew ltd Mark or circulation Mac grow vol. Xiv no. 12 15 Cincinnati. Ohm. Wrd new at october 20, 1976 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 53141234 people pay big Money to be scared silly by Maureen Heim never since Mary Shelley thrilled and chilled the Public with her Story of a Frankenstein a in 1818, horror has been big business. The big business of horror and civic fund raising got together seven years ago in the form of the Sycamore Jaycees haunted House co sponsored by Wasai radio. This years haunted House opens Friday oct. 22 and runs through oct. 31, 7-11 . Admission $1. That first year proved that people really love to be scared to death. The Jaycees expected to make a profit of $3,000 to $4,000, and instead made about $24,000. They have averaged profits of $50,000 yearly since then. Go to work five the haunted House is in a different location each year. The Jaycees find a vacant building and go to work turning it into a House of horrors. The work about five months the opening Date. First everything is painted a dark scary Black. Different rooms Are outfitted with different horrors appealing to each and every wildest fear and neurosis this years chairman Mike Mckeown showed us through the a mad dentists office a and the a mad butchers shop where real Goat and cow Heads add to the reality of the horrors. There is a psycho Ward and devils Den and swamp where the creature from the Black Lagoon lives along with some horrible friends. Some of the Man ats running around scaring Heck out of everybody Are the phantom of the opera Frankenstein a Werewolf an alien zombies. Spider Man the a a Salt Vampire the Devil and various other repulsive characters who Uve in Homes ranging from coffins to caves. Special effects with about $10,000 spent Vearis to build and outfit the haunted House the thrills and scares Are pretty authentic. Special effects include Strobe lights a sound system similar to that used in the movie a a earthquake lit kind of wraps moving floors and _ wails real rain in the swamp. A the Jaycees their wives friends children and some Wasai disc jockeys do All the carpentry technical and decorating work and they also play the me roles quite effectively the reality at times has proved a Little too real. At one haunted House a woman suffered a heart attack not fatal several people have fainted. There Are guides throughout the House watching for problems and if people Hunt they Are taken out onto the Lawn until they Are revived. It s not a haunting for the Overly sensitive. Itow Jaycees take out a my uon Dollar rider on just in. Case7 deep dark secret most of the people however enjoy being scared. Outside this years haunted House the location a deep dark scary secret until announced this Friday an radio the police explorer scouts have a Concession to sell hot dogs soft drinks and snacks if you still have the stomach to eat anything. The scouts will keep the proceeds from the Concession to support their a Tiv item. The Sycamore Jaycees haunted House was possibly the first in the country now about 2,000 Jaycee chapters use the haunting method. To raise funds not to mention several imitators in the Cincinnati area when the Jaycees began their haunted House project about seven years ago. Membership in the club was rather Low under 29. Now there Are about 46 Active Jaycees and prospective members come from All Over the City. Some of this years chairmen include Gordon fast okie construction Dick Staten and Dave Collins operations Warren Ritchey finance John Joerger and Gary Klasmeier sound effects Rick Herzog design Grag Arnett concessions. Mckeown said the club has had about 120 requests from charitable and civic organizations who would like to be beneficiaries of this years haunted House the club has not yet however decided How the proceeds will be distributed. De. Comment after sneak preview a. I u. Civil rights commission accepts recommendations in Silverton Case the Ohio civil rights commission orc accepted in its entirety the hearing examiner s report in the Case of the Commissi on is. Silverton. At the1 commissioners oct. 12 meeting after considering objections to elements of the report filed by Silverton. The report finds that the City has discriminated in certain policies of its City service department. The complaint was brought by four Farmer and one pm sent employee of Silver tones service department. The hearing examiner recommends As a remedy a that a goal of hiring 50 per cent Black and White employees be adopted by the City. Job assignments and overtime in the department be assigned uniformly ltd be potion in hiring be abandoned at least until the Black White ratio erf employees approaches the 50 per cent goal a Jimmie Lee Phillips be a id from the general und rather than with Federal funds commissioners accepted the hearing examiners report it is Likely that the order will include All or most of the above recommendations contained in that report. Silverton May either accept the order Appeal it to Hamilton county common pleas court or in the event that Silverton would ignore an order the commission within 30 Days would ask a court to enforce its ardor from Kuiv in and he should be offered his Job Back a Ken Ware should be Given Back pay less salary he earned at another place try employment during the same time. Orc lawyers will prepare a a cease and desist order which the commissioners will Issue probably at their next meeting nov. 9. Since the inside a pfc pig saw picks Page 14 weddings and anniversaries Page 16 new makers Page 8 a Indian Hill to vote on school tax Levy Page 3 a mugs tax Likely to be renewed in Madeira Page 4 Hap Petunis Page 6 iii in Lwi Ramir Quot health fair for seniors at Blue Ash at health fair a Volunteer nurse Check blood Precore of the health fair sponsored by Sycamore senior Center. This years fair will be be id next wednesday. Oct. 27, at Bine Ash City building 4343 Cooper rd., Blue Ash. Senior citizens Are invited to hear about health far some health there will be a free health fair for senior citizens next wednesday. Oct. 27, 9-2 . At Blue Ash municipal building 4343 Cooper rd., Blue Ash. The event for its be year by Sycamore senior Center. Health screenings will be conducted in these areas a blood pressure readings Courtesy of american red Croes and the heart Assoc. A glaucoma screenings Courtesy of local Ami the Ohio society for the prevention of blindness a diabetic Finger stick screenings sponsored by the diabetic Assoc. A hearing screenings by the Cincinnati speech and hearing Center and with a donation from the ism company. Participants May Register for free Complete dental a Rama to be done at Raymond Walters College. There will be informal discussions on nutrition from 9-10 . Blood pressure readings 10-11 son. Arthritis 11-noon podiatry feet Problemsnoon-1 . Diabetes. 1-2 . There will be a nth Hita set up by Community health agencies and information available from them. Participants Are invited to bring sack lunches Coffee will be provided. For further information Call the Center 984-1234, or Margaret Walker coordinator 825-7913. A Good even ing visit no the congenial Host Mike Mckeown a How masking room at the Sycamore Jaycee i House which opens this Friday whereabouts of the haunting is kept secret until Friday. Jit the us amp room urst line st dents Terri Nurre end a my am Meyerenke help create a deep dark swamp out of Burlap a the Jay this the swamp is a new House and of course is is peopled with horrible monster. I Yeeles haunted �?~4 Kaaa Saagh a Here a another Friendly Jaycee ready to scare the with out of you at the haunted full Moon tonight Dick i Oka and Joyce Hawkins pm the Taf Akimet Quot full am Craig Ned to attract
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