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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - March 19, 1975, Cincinnati, OhioMobile Homes Are biggest problem in a Tornado disaster if you live in a Mobile Home chances Are Twenty times greater for you that you will be injured or die As a result of a Tornado according to Alan Pearson director of the National severe storm forecast Center in Kansas City Homes constr mite the biggest problem in a Tornado disaster he continued. Pearson said he f finally figured out Why they Call them Mobile Homes Quot because they blow away when the wind comes along a Pearson recommended that states and local communities adopt tie Down ordinances requiring All Mobile Home owners to be tied Down with cables or straps attached to ground anchors. 90 per cent of Mobile Home deaths could be prevented with tie Downs. Certificates of Deposit iils Rati Thun on 700% 40 mos. 7.0s% on 6.75% 30 mos. 6.81% on 6.50% 12 mos. 6.003% on 5.75% 90 Days minimum amounts Are required government regulations require penalty for Early withdrawal or Transfer from present certificates interest Coupon neb c6ntimb0uslv 1st of ief0sit to oat of with Tawil monthly interest checks available insured savings Alley a rings Home mortgages -5913 Vine Street a 4s�1 a 343 334s i Beechmont ave a 45 230 a 33 s51s Spring has come to Bowens a onion sets and plants a bulk Garden seeds a grass seed a mouse plants a i morganite a Gypsum a peat Moss a Lawn and Garden fertilizer supplies for growing tour own plants a fruit Trees Don t guess which fertilizer to use have your soil scientifically tested Call for information. A a pansies a violas Strawberry plants a Complete line of Ortho Lawn amp Garden products a we grow our own a asparagus roots a rhubarb roots i a Morso radish roots Bowens Plant farm 4162 round Bottom Road 2 Miles North East of Newtown 561-4047 Bamkam Ricard open 7 Days Early Bird Sale r pm i i up l w a Perry amp Derrick Cameo Latex Wall finish b Ujj Early a it i c Pate Owr needs a miss cd this top Interior a a ii paint 20 Beautiful colors and White a nth one Ebat cow Joe a so apply i Tion with Oiler w Brush last Dean with soap and water custom colors Sli my i be Gal regular �9s Perry t Derrick Latex Satin enamel competitor to Cameo Latea in All Matching colors but with a soft Lustre Sheen of Tosh fest to apply Sciubba Bie Ideal out Walls and Woodwork anywhere inside Yew Gal a store Perry amp Derrick decorating Center 8012 Beechmont next to Goodwill 1 232-4949 Pearson also urged that Mobile Home communities provide a shelter for residents to use in the Case of severe weather. Nearly six million americans now live in Mobile Homes according to a Booklet published by the defense civil preparedness Agency department of defense. Use of Mobile Homes As permanent residence has been growing with a half million new Mobile Homes purchased in 1970, and Over 600,000 built in 1972. However the Booklet entitled Quot protecting Mobile Homes from High winds states High winds damage or destroy nearly 5,000 Mobile Homes every year. Tire winds of hurricanes tornadoes and severe thunderstorms can toss Mobile Homes around Roll them Over and Over to destruction and smash them into other property including other Mobile Homes the Booklet Sites four major Means of Protection Mobile Home owners can use to protect against the wind positioning placement of your Mobile Home with the narrow Side facing the prevailing winds will provide some degree of continuing Protection. A 12-by 60-ft. Mobile Home so positioned presents Only 20 per Dent As much Wall area to the prevailing winds As it would if the Long Side were so positioned. Mobile Home owners should Check with their local weather office to find out the direction of the prevailing winds and if it exists to a meaningful degree. Caution proper positioning alone cannot assure safety. You units should also be tied Down securely. Windbreaks natural barriers such As Trees provide excellent windbreaks. The Protection to be gained from Trees outweighs the danger from falling limbs in a severe windstorm. Two or More rows of Trees Are More effective than single rows. Windbreaks of 80 per cent density even though narrow Are generally As effective As wider barriers. Trees 30 feet in height Are most effective. Tie Downs tie Down systems Are easy to install on existing units As shown in this Booklet. Costs generally will not exceed $150 per Mobile Home. When buying a new Mobile Home be sure it has built in tie Down straps. Shelter even though your Mobile Home May be Well anchored you should quickly seek other shelter when warned of an apr Proa Chin g Tornado or Hurricane. In addition to the wind Hazard of hurricanes unusually High tides and Waves and heavy Rains can. Cause flooding especially in Low lying a a coastal areas. Heavy Rains can also cause now in the time continued from Page i tornadoes a Are medium tornadoes. Warning chances Are fair. The Maxi Tornado is the killer. It can be up to one and a half mile wide with the typical Maxi being one Quarter mile wide. This Tornado has tremendous Force with winds up to 300 Iii pit and can travel up to 200 Miles on the ground lasting up to three hours. Two out of ten tornadoes Are Maxi tornadoes. Warning chances Are very Good. Two per cent of All tornadoes account for 95 per cent of the Tornado related deaths. Prevention of deaths was the purpose of last weeks meeting Between weather officials and Media representatives. Pearson urged that the Media have disaster plans ready and out in the open because time is of the essence when a Tornado strikes. The Public should be informed As clearly and calmly As possible but Quot make sure the information gets out a a he review bread Sale attracts hundreds Roger Becker manager of Becker drug store it. Carmel was inundated with thousands of loaves of bread last week but had no trouble Selling them at 4 for $1. Bread at a drug store May seem a Little strange but according to Becker the bread is just one of the Many ways Becker drug store has of saving the customer bread the Long Green kind. The store is located at 555 Cincinnati Batavia Pike in downtown it. Carmel. I. Dean Peters Hannan new directors of local Bank Milford Donald l. Mcwhorter president of Clermont National Bank this week announced the election of two new members to the Bank a Board of directors and the retirement of Robert m. Hair chairman of the Board. The Bank a new directors Are Richard d. Hannan and Edith e. Peters.-. Harman and mrs. Peters fill vacancies created by the death of Fred w. Coquelle and the retirement from the Board of hair who served As its chairman from 1968 until january of this year. Mcwhorter also announced that John l. Walton former executive vice chairman of the Board and former president of Clermont National was elected to replace hair As chairman. Hannan is president of Mercury instruments inc., Cincinnati. A graduate of Tufts University he received a master of business administration degree from the University of Pennsylvania. He has completed several special management programs and is currently enrolled in the advanced management program at Harvard graduate school of business administration. Hannan is also a lecturer in management courses at the University of Cincinnati. His memberships include the rotary club of Cincinnati the Cincinnati club the instrument society of America and the world affairs Institute. Hannan is the father of two daughters and resides in Kenwood. Mrs. Peters is Dean of the University of Cincinnati a Clermont general and technical College Batavia. Dean Peters also an associate professor of English at the College new Clermont National director Richard Hannan right extends congratulations to fellow Hoard member Edith Peters. At Center is John l. Walton chairman of the Board. Affairs at the Raymond Walters Branch of the University of Cincinnati. Her experience also includes serving on the faculty of Uchs University College and of Mason High school Mason Ohio. Dean Peters was instrumental in establishing a citizens committee for Clermont College the first committee of its kind for an area College. In addition she is a member of two key committees on higher education the academic Council committee at us and the 1202 committee of the Ohio Board of regents. Her other memberships include the Lay advisory Board of Clermont county Hospital and the Clermont a county chamber of Commerce where she is a director and chairperson of the chamber a education committee. Dean Peters is a resident of Mason and has been Active in Community affairs there. She is the Mother of three sons and the widow of or. Frank Peters former professor of political science and government at Xavier University. Clermont nationals other directors include Charles f h a t s o c a Vernon Hildebrant Aldon m. Kinney jr., Donald l. Mcwhorter and f. Keith Taylor. The Bank has assets in excess of $70 million and operates 10 banking offices throughout Clermont county. I in business 1 o Brien 1657 Diana Polis Indiana where will study automotive Flash flooding particularly graduated from Rutgers in Mountain valleys. Many University and earned a operators of Mobile Home Parks provide shelter for their residents. Shelter design information is presented on Page 14. Red Cross chapters operate Public shelters in Hurricane areas. Masters degree in English and education at Xavier University. Prior to her appointment in 1972 As Dean of Clermont College she served As assistant Dean of student say a Foo by amp Fel with mild Wiersm a plants a corsages a Flower arrangements Call 231-7158 fast free delivery Cowperthwaite Florist 8404 Beechmont Call 231-7158 John r. Turquoise dr., associate of the local j. Edward Porter ii office of the Paul Revere life insurance co., has been cited for his outstanding sales and service accomplishments. Of Brien has been presented with the company so a minuteman to Ophy a National award recognizing Early career achievement in the company a sales organization. Active in Church affairs and president of the Mcnicholas High school Board o Brien joined the Worcester mass. Insurance firm in August 1974. Michael Hacker 1156 Markley is full has been accepted by Lincoln technical Institute in in he truck technology. Michael is scheduled to begin the 70 week Auto diesel and truck technology course on june 9. The course is designed to prepare individuals for rewarding careers in the automotive and truck service Industry. Michael is currently senior at Anderson High school. Dewey n. Anderson 1606 Barnsdale ct., has been elected vice chairman of the greater Cincinnati Carbon monoxide safety committee. Anderson is supervisor of heating inspection for the City of Cincinnati. Peter m. Weron is chairman. Wednesday Marc h 19, 1975 13 Send your news now to the journal 564 Batavia Pike Cincinnat Ohio 45244. Join the fun. Be a Winner hot shoppes of Beechmont mall will award 2 series of 13 starter lessons on either piano or Organ to be Given at Wurlitzer s in the mall a nothing to buy just fill in the Coupon below and Deposit it either at hot shoppes or Wurlitzer in Beechmont mall. One entry per person a 2 drawings to be held at 3 pm at hot shoppes on sunday March 23. Official enter to hot Shoppe s free drawing for one of two series of Organ or piano lessons to be Given at Wurlitzer Beechmont mall. Name. Address. Phone a zip. Additional entry Blanks available at hot shoppes amp Wurlitzer. Employees of hot shoppes amp Wurlitzer not eligible springtime at burgers strawberries 8 varieties red 8 Black raspberries de berries blueberries 11/ asparagus rhubarb 8 grapes Jackson Perkins roses 60 varieties tree roses Spring bulbs fruit Trees 8 Nursery Stock reuse plants terrariums onion sets and bulk Garden seed seed potatoes grass seed Lawn 8 Garden fertilizer peat Moss 8 mulches Quot you name it we have it. Or Well get it Quot burgers farm 8 Garden Center state route 32 % Way Between Newtown amp it. Carmel 561-8634 spec to lib a Poh offer a attention House wives a a attention High school seni0hs this could be you. A licensed beautician. You have a Good Job that is never Dull or routine. Training takes Only a few months. 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