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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - April 10, 1974, Cincinnati, OhioHomes factories hit 1932 Velma ave. Columbus Ohio in i 43211rebuilding begins after funnel rips City by Carol Pucci the sound of Buzz saws and hammers were distinct thursday As Blue Ash residents and businessmen quietly began to Patch rebuild or just escape their disaster ripped Homes and businesses. A funnel Cloud that touched Down in the area around 6 ., uprooted huge Trees scattering limbs so extensively that Cooper re. Had to be closed to traffic until noon thursday. Heaviest damage was done in the areas West of Plainfield re. On Cooper re Waxwing re. On Lobelia Southgate or. And on grooms rd., Cornell re. And Williamson ave. Blue Ash police worked round the clock and manned a command Post at the Blue Ash Montgomery life squad building with Back up held from the Ohio National guard and 11 other departments. Police estimated 20-20% of buildings in the City were damaged by the storm. Homes hardest hit was the Waxwing Lobelia Southgate area where tree limbs debris and personal belongings were strewn in the Street. Second floors and roofs were blown apart on at least two Homes. National guardsmen remained in the neighbourhood thursday to Ward off sightseers. Tornado winds brought the r amp k electric company w Illiamson rd., close to destruction. Homes on Witlin Mson were badly damaged with roofs blown off windows broken and Large Trees uprooted. The Williamson re. Radio Tower is no longer standing. Also hit was the Whiting manufacturing company in the Cic Industrial Park where police said a funnel Cloud sucked out the Back portion of the building. Persons were working in the Schmidt refrigeration company grooms rd., when cars parked outside were flattened and the factory and warehouse portion of the building caved in around them. Injuries there were limited to minor cuts spokesmen said. Power outages were experienced in most areas immediately before the Tornado hit. Electricity in some areas was out for up to six hours. A curfew was imposed by police chief Ron Sturgill at 10 15 Police Telephone lines were Busy throughout the night and next Day with persons calling to report losses or offering to. Help victims one offer to help came from a 12 year old girl. A there were a couple of isolated cases of looting Quot sgt. Hike Allen said. There were no break ins burglaries or other offences reproved during the night. Allen said the service department was out Faure More pictures Story Page to Day sawing fallen Trees and Clearing debris. A a it la be a couple of weeks before we get everything cleaned up he said. West of Blue As Amberley police said a funnel Cloud touched Down near Galbraith re. And the Gross county Highway around 7 ., doing extensive damage to Homes on Maple ave. In Reading. The roof was torn from a Home at 7300 Laurel Oaks or. And a Fence was destroyed at the Amberley swim. Club. Several windows were broken at the Rockdale Temple Ridge re. Power was out at police Headquarters in the Village from 5 30 until 9 Some damage was done to the new Sycamore High school under construction on Cornell re. A portion of the roof was blown off and damage was done to one Wall. A a it a not something that s going to delay us because it Wasny to inside a had ministrative assistant Bob Buster said. He estimated work stopped for a Day or two due to the storms. A it was moderate in terms of damage but minor in terms of delay Quot he said. The a a Dean of school superintendents is retiring. Edwin h. Greene superintendent of Sycamore Community schools since 1949, has announced he will resign effective at the end of the school year. Greene often referred to As the a Dean a is completing his 40th year As an educator All in what is now the Sycamore school system. The Board is expected to announce a replacement soon possibly at its meeting tomorrow night. Greene began his career in a one room school served As Grade school principal nigh school principal and became the first executive head of the Sycamore school District when it was formed 25 years ago a Post he has held since that time. A deadlines deadline for All Church school and club news is Friday noon for the following wednesdays paper. Deadline for All other news is monday at noon. At great lakes Navy Hospital Man apprentice Gary l. Alexander son of mrs. James Bloomfield 4358 Matson ave., completed Hospital corps Choc at great lakes 111. Graduate of Sycamore High he started his career in a one room school a Weller on Hopewell Road Between Montgomery and Indian Hill. In 1937 he moved to Blue Ash As a sixth Grade teacher and was appointed principal there. When the Grade school districts of Blue Ash Montgomery Plainfield Hazelwood sixteen mile stand and Weller were consolidated in 1949 to form the 21-Square mile Sycamore District Greene became supervising principal for All. Elementary grades. A year later he took Over the Sycamore Rural township High school As it was known then As principal Par time teacher and substitute bus Driver while continuing to supervise All of the elementary grades. Shortly thereafter he began to devote full time to the Job of chief administrator of the District. He earned a masters degree in educational administration at the University of Cincinnati and was a member of Delta Kappa education fraternity. His professional memberships past and present include Buckeye association of school administrators american association of school administrators Ohio education association life member of National education association Hamilton county teachers association Valley menus elementary principal association Valley area superintendents association and Sycamore education association. Lie has held numerous offices Over the years including terms As president recently of the Valley area. Superintendents association a and Early in his career the Hamilton county teachers association. An Active member of the Blue Ash presbyterian Church for Many years he has held the office of Eider and has served As chairman of Many committees. Greene lives with his wife. Amie at 9320 e. Kemper Road. To place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 serving the communities of tur a so Montgomery a m Bertey Village i Dmn Hitt Madeira plea san t h Edge h reran Kennedy Heigh is Silverton Ken Waodo Dvor Park Hossom Oyne Dillon Vale Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity vol. Xiii no. 37 Cincinnati Ohio wednesday april 10, 1974 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234 Greene to retire after 40 years twister touches Down in Blue Ash photo by Quint Sichok funnel Clouds like the one above could be viewed clearly last wednesday by almost anyone who cared to leave shelter to look. This picture was snapped from the Bethesda North Hospital parking lot As the twister moved towards the Mason area and Fields Ertel Road. Messages for today area pastors offer Hope for easter 74 by Maureen Hehman easter is the most important Celebration of the Christian year. Area pastors will be preaching to filled churches apr. 14 when christians some saddened by National politics the Energy crisis and recent tornadoes gather to hear the Joyful news of Christ a resurrection. Area clergymen contacted said they would emphasize the age old message of Christ a pressure action As the Central foundation of the Christian Faith. But Many pastors will also speak of easter As a message for today. Rev. Ritchard Lyon senior pastor of Kenwood Baptist Church 8341 Kenwood re. Will speak on a the is alive Quot Rev. Lyon inside area churches set easter services Page 14. Camper owners protest in Deer ph., Page 4. It s 104 wins for Moeller s Cameron Page 5. Park site eyed by township Page 7. Long term report says rising crime problem in Ridge Page 4. More on Tornado Page will stress Christ a presence in lives today. A easter emphasizes the newness of life a he said. A we need this As american citizens with the political and Energy problems everything is weighing us Down. We need renewal and rebirth both individual and As a Rev. . Tat Man of st. Paul United methodist Church Galbraith at Miami spoke about the toss of Confidence Felt by americans. A we must not lose can Bank on it a want and for a Par time Teller kept de Haven of the fifth third Bank Quot Busy for two solid weeks screening applicants Quot who replied. A must super results. A like we say a sol classifieds work. Bank on it. 731-7170. Tidence in god because of these things what a happened in Washington Etc or lose Confidence that god can work through 1 Rev. Tat Man will emphasize easter As a living message not just an historical fact. A the is real and lives in our midst. He affects the Way we live our lives which makes a difference in our strength Hope self Confidence and decision making through rough times and joyous times a he said. A god desires that living should be More than just existing Quot said Rev. John Arnold of the Montgomery Stein Fly of god Church. 795 1 Pfeiffer re. A a a god wants each person to have a full abundant overflowing life. This is to be in the Here and now As Well As the hereafter. Eternal life does no to Start at death. It s Rev. Arnold believes that most people Are searching for an abundant life but they Are looking to philosophies and political systems. A it can be found through the lord Jesus Christ Quot he said. Rev. Donald h. Peterson of the Kennedy Heights presbyterian Church. 6312 Kennedy ave., sees the resurrection As me Keystone of Christian Faith that allows christians to believe in themselves. Like Many other clergymen Rev. Peterson sees a message of Hope particularly for our times. Quot the resurrection shows the creative Power of god to bring Beauty and Good out of chaos just As he did at the a when life Falls apart such As the tornadoes National calamities and disappointment in government we must pick up the pieces. We have the support of the resurrection. We can always look for new life. Christ has said a because i live you also shall Quot Rev. Ron redder of the lutheran Church of Christ the King. It. 42 at 1-275. Believes the resurrection is an emphasis on new life eternal life. Easter Points out that there Are new beginnings in even Way. However. Rev. Redder said he would not like to see the Christian Celebration of easter diluted to a Mere Celebration of Spring. A the centrality of Christ s resurrection is the important he said. Father Henry Imbus of nativity Catholic Church 5910 Ridge said his Church will have several services throughout holy week leading up to easter. Fish Fry the Sycamore Deer Park Jaycees will sponsor a fish Fry Good Friday 4 30 to 9 At the Deer Park Community cent e a Chamberlain Park. Fish dinners with French Fries and homemade coleslaw will be sold to eat in or carry out for $1.25. Proceeds go to Benefit Jaycee projects damage severe in Silverton fire Silverton fire chief Howard Newman was resting comfortably at Bethesda North Hospital monday after being taken there saturday night during a Blaze which did severe damage at 6928 Plainfield re. Newman became ill after he arrived at the scene where More than 30 Volunteer firemen battled the Blaze. He was taken to the hospitals intensive care unit. The fire began with an explosion in the creative coiffure shop. Damage was heavy to the building which houses creative coi i f u res. K r o m b h o 1 r. Jewellers and offices of the suburban nursing Homes. Mrs. Mallie Krombholz an officer of the jewelry company also became ill at the scene of the fire and was taken to Bethesda North Hospital where she was listed in Good condition. A passerby was injured by flying Glass. Firemen from the surrounding communities of Indian Hill. Deer Park and Elmwood assisted Silverton firemen. Some firemen were still at the scene mon Day afternoon after some rubble began smoking again. Arms. Herb Krombholz whose husband owns the fire damaged building says she and her husband Are looking through the rubble trying to Salvage items such As jewellers tools. Mrs. Krombholz said that All the customers work was in safes and was undamaged

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