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Eastern Hills Journal Press (Newspaper) - February 13, 1991, Cincinnati, OhioFun of 111 Juhl Ler o cd a to is it lots to c Quot it co Quot a a a ltd a Tings .1 let j ltd a a t. X a hit j o a10 o o los to h filo o a. X a a o to 3c a a o a it a Quot a o Quot a a x. A a o la o u sports fee be it by inches or meters Cavaliers Mark Progress a9 Index births ________________a6 Calendar. As Church. A7 police school menus. Sports ,a4 a6 -a9 Ern Hills journal press Eoj vol. 56, no. 1 two sections 18 pages wednesday february 13, 1991 briefly by news editor Nancy of Connor 745-0077 Kilgour school seeking tutors Kilgour elementary schools math and Reading tutoring programs Are reeking More people to help children who need personal attention in there subjects. No previous teaching or tutoring experience is necessary. Sessions Are held tuesday and thursday mornings 9-15-10 15 . At the school in my Lookout. Child care will be provided free of charge during those times for tutors with Small children. Other daytime tutoring hours May be arranged if necessary. Call Victoria Butler at 321-78 4 0 for More information. Good Samaritan honors employees More than 500 Good Samaritan Hospital employees were honoured at the hospitals annual employee recognition dinner. Honoured employees who live in our area Are listed by name and number of years of service. They Are Beatrice Connell 10 Barbara Johnson 10 Lori Gersbach 5 Gary Craig 5 Mary Scherer 20 Arlene Koon. 20 Marjorie Thamann 20 Penny Hamilton 20 Laura Bredenfoerder 15 James Fleming 10 Michael Doddy 10 Karen Sweeney 5 Margaret Griffin 5 Deborah Dimario 5 Kathy Miller 5 John Keegan 5 Joan Schaff Oer 20 Kathleen Robben 15 Sharon Rogers 15 Leila Icard 5 Sandi King 5 Eileen Salamon 10 Chris Tianne resetarits 5 Dolores White 30 Mary Griswold 25 Mildred Rufner 15 Dolores Jones 15 Robert Collins 10 Tamara Crosley 5 Sharon Billups 5 Rodgers to Model in fashion show Hyde Park resident Elizabeth Spraul Rodgers will Model Spring fashions in the College of mount st. Josephus annual a Salute to excellence a luncheon and fashion show. It is at 11 . Feb. 16 at the Omni Netherland Plaza. The fashions will be Courtesy of Talbot. Tickets Are $24. For More information Call 244-4425. The a Salute to excellence benefits academic excellence and scholarships at the mount. The sister Mary Lea scholarship named in Honor of the former director of alumni relations will be presented during the program to a student recommended by a mount Alum. Proceeds from the event will Benefit the department of chemical and nutritional sciences to establish a molecular modelling and theoretical chemistry Laboratory. Otto Charles Thieme curator of costumes textiles and the Art of Africa and the americas for the Cincinnati Art museum will present a Coco who a Light hearted Romp through 70 years of Ubibi -. Sale �l0ur Sec got a Coal in the a or ltd and cd har tur you of a Quot arson in a Clay. A Ava Success so my a ii now and Kat us hat you i a press Community newspaper serving Fairfax Hyde Park Madison place Madisonville. A Anemone it Lookout Oakley a Terrace Park More parking sought for Square by William a. Rodger contributor tried parking on Hyde Park Square recently Hyde Park residents might ask the question with a tinge of sarcasm so congested is the shopping District in and around the Square. More parking is on the Way say City officials and neighbourhood proprietors. After search and Rescue dog trained to seek out water victims by Rickl Schmidt contributor c t g q is c u a s4 n City planning commission is on the verge of declaring the City a intent to acquire All parcels of land necessary for a proposed parking lot of 47-to-69 spaces behind buildings on the Northern Side of the Square. Should the planning commission in fact approve the measure it would then be sent for final approval by City Council. Approval by City Council is considered Likely. The proposed parking spaces located off Gregson place have been too Long in. The works said Carl Uebelacker a consultant and adjunct instructor at two local colleges and trustee of the Hyde Park neighbourhood improvement Council. The Honic has been attempting to bring about completion of the project for the last six years. To Date 22 temporary places have been finished. A a we be found it quite frustrating a said Uebelacker. A it has taken an excessively Long time and through the members of Hub Nice a perseverance we Are making the parking lot was originally conceived As one of two main parking areas the other to be a two or three level parking garage located along Edwards Road and Observatory Avenue South of the Square proper. There Are no plans to build such a garage in the foreseeable future. Patricia Brennan president of the Hyde Park Square business association voiced concerns Over the slow Progress of Park Quot ing to Date. A a it a just really funny that Shirley f. Mittendorf of Terrace Park and her Newfoundland dog Parker participated earlier this month in a search for a drowning victim conducted by the Boone county disaster emergency service and the Boone Kenton water Rescue team in Northern Kentucky. Three other dog teams and numerous volunteers futilely searched. With Mittendorf and Parker for a victim who fell from a Bridge Over the Ohio River More than a month ago. Parker and Mittendorf a who Are graduates of the Black paws National Newfoundland search and Rescue Avalanche Academy in big Fork Montana Are now training with the Hamilton county sheriffs underwater search and Rescue unit. The week Long Black paws course in september included classroom work and held training in Rescue and body retrieval helicopter familiarization Jet boating and a 2,200 foot chair lift ride. The final test was a night search in mountains inhabited by bears Moose and Mountain Lions. Parker located the victim. A while the handlers struggled through reams of material to Shirley Mittendorf with her Newfoundland dog Parker trained to provide assistance in searches. A Coj Schmidt press contributor he wears a rappelling harness and carries medical equipment and supplies. Learn everything from Basic dog car to Winter survival the dogs Learned their lessons so rapidly that finding a Challenge for their abilities became difficult a Mittendorf said. A paramedic with Milford Miami township emergency medical services Mittendorf said a my love of the out of doors my work As a paramedic the natural lifesaving instinct of the Newfoundland Breed and my love of my dog have combined to make us a Mittendorf who was the first chief of the Terrace Park Ems continues to Volunteer As a paramedic for the Village life squad. Black paws dogs Are air scenting dogs they Are attack trained and do not not the r i not participate in criminal a searches. The Newfoundland is recognized by the american Kennel club As a Breed possessing natural lifesaving characteristics. They miraculously can locate victims under water by air scent. Parker whose full name is Black paws Quanah Parker is now 16 months old and weighs about 130 pounds. He will return with Mittendorf this september to big Fork for additional training in disaster Rescue and recovery. In the interim Mittendorf said a training will be continued by having friends and family a get lost in Woodland areas with Parker performing Xvi m u f or i r u 3 the Mittendorf and Parker will be made available to any Public service Agency to assist in the location of lost victims. No charges Are made for the services of a search dog. Mittendorf Heads the non profit Black paws of Ohio and May be contacted at Box 236, Terrace Park Ohio 45174, familiarization with crowds and noises such As traffic and airports is part of Parker a continuing training As is socialization with people and other animals. Mittendorf says if you see her walking with Parker done to hesitate to Stop and talk. Parker May even shake your hand. When Honic started working with this six years ago. They decided they would go with the North Frame parking because they thought that the problems would be smaller and they would be Able to see it come to fruition in a Little bit More timely manner than working on the South Frame. A now its taken six years and we be gotten Only 22 parking spaces. Can you imagine what a going through the minds of these please see parking All boat use up in air by Marc Emral news editor Bruce Crutchfield is in the air boat business. The owner of Loveland Canoe rentals said he will float an air boat in the Little Miami River a on the first sunny but Eric Partee does no to like that idea. The executive director of Little Miami inc. A conservation group is trying to ban airboat from the Roperr he said hell talk to local officials and the Ohio department of natural resources to keep airboat off tie water principally because of the noise. A a we be had complaints from landowners along the River Over the years a Partee said. A every time they ask a Isnit there a Law a we want to discuss this with local officials and the 0dnr.�?� Crutchfield said he wants to be Able to offer a Scenic tour of the River to those who can to use his canoes. Partee said airboat sound like you Are a standing beside an air plane when its taking off at an. Crutchfield counters that his Boa being built by Cotton Mouth boat manufacturers of Davenport fla., will have mufflers to reduce the noise. A they Are not As noisy As dirt bikes a he said. Loveland City manager Wayne Bartels said his City has no ordinances against airboat. He said Crutchfield came to the City last month inquiring about Laws against airboat. A Check by development director Duane Cross showed no ordinances on the books in Loveland or elsewhere. A at this time we Haven to gone any further other than to indicate to Bruce Crutchfield that if we get complaints Well implement Laws Bartels said. The Oder office in Springfield township reports it has received no complaints about airboat which Are permitted limited Access on Rocky Fork Lake and Are limited to a Low Speed from the ramp to the Middle of the Ohio River. A chec k with some communities Uong the Little Miami River showed no one has complained about the airboat. Police chief Bob Bacon of Terrace Park said he Hasni to received any complaints. A if there were airboat going up and Down the River we would have heard complaints a he said. A these people who Uve along the River Are very conscious of who goes up and in Symmes township most of the area along the Little Miami is undeveloped. Administrator Dennis sies said he has had a a Zero complaints about airboat. Columbia township administrator Jim Harmon said the same thing but added a in my opinion its not Safe. I m with die Little Miami he said he would discuss the boats at the townships feb. 12 trustee meeting. I
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