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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - May 16, 1980, Cincinnati, OhioWea paper project Ohio historical society 1-71 and 17th ave. Columbus Ohio 43211 s / Toust r Quot Quot Quot i i sulk rats a . Post my pal d i cuke Ihmle Okio permit no. 23� 2 0 tinted amount Shirley said is $15,000, which he said is a a heavenly Deal a at a maximum interest proud of the Guys who had the Rescue course. In a sure glad they took these deadlines difficult to Stop after being caught in the current. A a it was definitely a lot higher than it usually is a he said a and i almost Stop. It was Newtown Village Council agreed tuesday to investigate the possibility of a change in the Village s contract with Rumpke Container services for waste collection in the Village. The request for a possible change in the contract came from Street commissioner Bill Wahoff after garbage cans last weekend blew or were knocked Over on River Hills drive a commercial Industrial area of the Village. Some of the trash which ended up out of containers and in the Road according to mayor John Russell was a product called Eva fixative produced by Meridian diagnostics 3467 River Hills. The product is labelled As a Poison and it was out of a trash Container when found Russell said. The problem with the trash collection service Wahoff said is that since waste is collected Early monday mornings businesses in the area must put garbage out Friday. That procedure requires that trash containers sit our on curbs Over the weekend. A i would like Council to look into the possibility of an ordinance or whatever is necessary to solve this problem a Wahoff said. A we really have this trash sitting out on the streets Over the weekend especially when it could be dangerous Wanda Glevicki office manager of Meridian diagnostics said Eva fixative is an alcohol based preservative for transport of Laboratory specimens and that the company was following a Normal disposal procedures putting the substance out with other waste. A a it a not As dangerous As the Label indicates a she said a if work import to �?~specials9 by Brian Macconnell staff writer second of two parts although much of the work the Anderson township special deputies do is routine Mike Baines will argue that it is not necessarily Safe. As evidence he will Tell the Story about the time last year when he was directing traffic at a River Downs exit Gate. A i was directing traffic out of one of the Gates and there was this one Guy who did no to want to Stop a Baines said. A i finally stopped him and asked my to pull off the Road. He started creeping away and that a when the trouble started. Directing traffic after a Day of racing at the track is not always the easiest Job Baines said. There Are some spectators who May have not done so Well during a Days betting and some More who May have had a better Day drinking than betting a anyway when this Guy started to go again i grabbed for one of those . Tags some a people Wear on their shirts a he said. A was i reached for it i was find of off balance so i grabbed onto his door handle. That a when he took off he floored Baines said he held on the door while the car was speeding away trying to find the place to let go where he would Hurt himself the least. A i finally let go Tore up my uniform pretty Well and scraped up my Knees and hands pretty much too. That a the worst end result in be experienced a a he said. The pain from his injuries was not the worst part of the experience however. A after i let go erf that car i was Down on the ground. I was stunned for a Wale but no one stopped to help me. They just kept on going. It was like they were inconvenienced by my being there on the ground. That probably hit me harder then the Accident itself a with hassles like that Why would Baines want to do Volunteer police work a a in be always been interested in police work and i really love it a he said. A a there a just something about it. Some people think in a crazy to do it when i actually end up putting Money into it. I done to know i just love Baines is employed by Cin break ins so that could be trouble a he said a but you also have to look out for the Home owners themselves. We do the checks when its still Light in Case someone sees us lurking around the House. If a person either a neighbor or the resident of a Home sees you walking around after dark and can to see a uniform you never know what a going to happen. I sure continued to Page b 2 someone were to drink it it would probably not be fatal. Of course they should see a physician but its not that harmful a the waste pick up for Meridian she said occurs before company personnel Are on hand monday morning she said. A this is the first time we be actually had our trash blow Over so we will look into alternatives for our disposal. We should probably find a Way to make sure those things stay confined to some kind of Glevicki said. Councilman Steve Kline said he Felt asking businesses to wait until sunday evening to put out trash is an unreasonable request. A we should look into the possibility of changing our contract with Rumpke since that seems to be the most obvious solution a he said. Although Glevicki said the disposal of Eva fixative was Normal procedure. Wahoff said it is probably against . Environmental Protection Agency regulations and fire chief Ralph Holmes said it violates fire codes. In other Council business Carol Blum noted that an advertisement had appeared in a Cincinnati newspaper for a priority installation service for Cable television by Warner amex Cable co. The and included Newtown in the list of communities where the service could be available although the Village has not yet contracted with the company. Jim Quot Brown Public information director for Warner Siad the company is assuming the Village will sign with Warner since Anderson township will contract with the firm and Newtown has expressed its intent to do the same. A the priority registration Isnit any kind of commitment As far As Money or anything a Brown said a a it a just a Way we can offer cheaper installation when the time finally comes. If we get people on a list Early for installation we can save Money by being Able to schedule our sales and installation people by signing up for priority installation he said a customer could save up to $35 from the usual $45 installation Cost. A what we re doing is just putting their names on a list. There a no Money involved right now 11 Brown said he said the and will not cause problems for Warner even though the company has not yet arranged a contract with Newtown. A we can still take the names of people who want priority installation in Newtown we done to anticipate any problems with signing a con tract so we will be Able to go ahead and tale their names a Brown said. Council voted to file for a tax exemption on land which has been donated to the Village and which Edmund Motz has offered to Clear if the Village allowed him to farm it. The vote to file for a tax exemption on land which has been donated to the Village and which Edmund Motz has offered to Clear if the Village allowed him to farm it. The vote to file for a tax exemption makes any Deal with Motz impossible since the Village would have to pay taxes if the land was to be used by a private party. Council decided that the villages Cost to Clear the land would be less than the Cost of taxes if Motz Farmed the continued to Page r-2 funds available for work on Newtown Homes As part of a saturday nights duty. Special Deputy Mike Baines Waits near a disabled Auto on Clough Pike with his flashing lights warning other motorists. Baines called for the Sherriffs patrol traffic unit in the township but the owner of the vehicle returned to Tow the jeep away. Journal photo Macconnell. Some Newtown residents Are eligible for Grants and Loans for Home improvements As part of . Department of housing and Urban developments Hud Community development Block Grant a dog program. The program allows Low interest Loans from one to three percent and Grants according to family income and the number of family members. Home owners whose household income is less than median Are eligible for the funds and the amount of income less than the median determines the Cannati Bell where he is involved in computer programming hardware. He likes his Job with the phone company but he said he usually has no problem making himself get to his patrol duties after a full Day of work. A sometimes in a tried but i never really have trouble doing it going to his patrol Job a he said. At that time he was in the process of checking the Homes of town sep residents who were on vacation and he explained that such a duty is not As Safe As it May appear to be. A of course we re looking for firemen Rescue youths journal class ads do the Job mrs. B.w., it Washington plans to use the journal classifieds every time she has an item for Sale. A a it a bringing me great results a she told the journal. A i Beany mrs. W. Sold a Rug lamps and other household items through journal classifieds. All she did was place the and and listed the item with some description and nearly a Quarter of a million people in her part erf greater Cincinnati had the Opportunity to see what she had to sell. That a another advantage of the journal classifieds. Readers know that what is listed in the journal classifieds Are offered by their friends and neighbors and not someone Miles and misses away. Try the journal classifieds today and take advantage of the second and for Only $1 More. Its your Best bargain by far. This weekend in Forest Hills the Anderson township fire department helped Rescue three teenagers from Forest Creek near the Sherwood Forest subdivision of the township after mondays severe rain. No one was injured seriously. Assistant chief Dennis Fries said four teenage boys were looking at the Stream when the Bank collapsed and All four fell into the water. Fries identified the four As John Brooksbank 1497 Verdale drive and Tom Clark Dave Clark and Mark Clark All of 1495 Montegot drive. Three of the boys actually had to be helped from the water according to Tom Clark. A John went in a Little bit but he got out by himself. I went Over a drop off kind of a Waterfall and grabbed on a pile of debris after that. Mark and David went Down farther and they were helped Dawn there a he said. The boys went to look at Stream while rain was still falling monday Clark said. A it was raining hard when we went Down there but in a pretty sure it had stopped by the time i got out a he said. Clark said the water was much higher than usual and the current was faster making it 70 hours of training in the specialized Rescue Field. Department officers Craig Best Bob Shelton Donald Ober Bob a Thorn de Tower and Bill Weil were at the scene where the boys fell into the water Fries said. A i really think they did a Heck of a Job a he said a and in a proportion Between Grants and loan Money. A the interest and the amount of Grant As compared to loan depends on a family a income Newtown councilman John Shirley said. Shirley is chairman of Village councils zoning and development committee. The entire Village is not eligible for the funds since the granting of the $135,000 was dependent on the determination of part of the Village As a neighbourhood strategy area As Shirley said where the funds May be used. According to Shirley the Asa includes the lower Basin of the Village out Church Street to Valley Avenue and Easton Valley to View and Oak. A a basically its the area of the Village that needs the most help in housing Shirley said. He added that the Ralph l. Wool pert co., which has been Active in Overall plans for the Village growth and process was instrumental in the Grant application to Hud. The maximum loan and Grant rate of three percent a we have distributed an information Sheet throughout the said. A people can either come to the Village Hall to pick up an application or write to the Hamilton county department of Community development. As far As i know 18 people have either called or continued to Page b-2 Holiday deadlines to be observed. In order that journal employees May observe the memorial Day Holiday May 26, deadlines for the May 27 journal will be moved up a Day. The deadlines for that Issue will be news items noon wednesday May 21. Display advertising 4 . Wednesday May 21. Classified liner advertising 10 . Thursday May 22. The journal thanks All in Advance for observing the Mcnicholas rockets took the sectional baseball Crown wednesday by defeating Clermont northeastern 11-1. Cne gave up 11 bases on balls in the contest helping the Mynick cause. For details on this and other sports action see pages a 4-5. The May festival begins next Friday with music director. James Conlon choosing Haydn so the creation for the opening performance. It will take place at Cincinnati music Hall at 8 15 ., and More May festival celebrations will take place throughout the remainder of the month. See Fine lines Page a-2, for information. Business churches b-3 classified b 4-6 a 4-5 Forest Hills journal 544 Batavia Pike a Cincinnati Ohio 45244 528-1111 saturation coverage of Anderson a California every tuesday end Frey. Circulation audited by verged i almost Stop firemen were on where the Young men water Fries a numerous other the Stream in Case a Rescue to be made downstream. A we had people lined All the Way Down the Creek and six where they went in a Fries said. A we handled the situation very Well i Fries said Rescue personnel from the department had recently completed a fast waster Rescue course involving rockets win sectional Crown the Mcnicholas rockets baseball team took advantage of ii walks wednesday afternoon to defeat Clermont northeastern. 11-1, and win the sectional tournament title. The rockets will face Reading today for the District championship. Story and pictures on Page 4-a. Journal photo Tabler. Vol. 20 no. 2 Friday May 14, woo single copy 15 cents i out a Milf Sulu in p la inc a a Ltd Council to look into waste collection contract
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