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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - April 19, 1978, Cincinnati, OhioIn i Orar Ohio i Stofil Iai 1932 vel a av5, Columbua Ohio Sci it to 43211 a ii to j rain a a i in. 9p3-get ready and.,go this Indian iii i. Track team is Sharii a up Strong in distance with Lee. Kro Mbroh leading in the mile and 2 mile events. Coming on fast Are 2 freshmen. Jack Rothe and Steve Gruber. Tom Rhodenbaugh is doing Well in pole vault and Randy Murdock is leading the sprinters. Shown working on their starts Are from left sprinters Dave Crone Dave Budig Greg Lockwood and Greg Smith. Photo by Cris Meyer sunny Days a time for Spring sports and school festivals Page.4,8,12 news in Brief Concord school Sale to Yavneh May 15 Indian Hill school Board is expecting to finalize a contract with Yavneh Day school 8140 Ridge rd., for Purchase of the Concord school building and seven of ground May 15, Board president Phil Casper said. Purchase Price of the property is $400,000. The Board also plans to sell and rent an additional seven of land at the school site to Sycamore twp. For Ball Field and recreational use. The township will buy less than four for $40,000 and will rent the remainder of the property. Yavneh Day school had expressed interest in buying c on Ord school and had bid for it at auction earlier this year two Public auctions were held with the High and Only bids of $3 00,000 and $2 x ,000, being rejected by the Board. The $4 >0, x 0 Sale Price Falls within the Range of Praisa is Casper said. The Sale of Concord to Yavneh also meets one of the of Kenwood residents Assoc., to see that the Concord site retains its present school usage or residential usage. The association was formed after Indian Hill school Board announced it would close and sell Concord school this year due to declining school enrol pm ent. Yavneh Day school is a private jewish school for children in pre school through grades eight. There Are 221 children enrolled and the Schod presently rents facilities from Adath Israel synagogue. The school is fully accredited for secular studies and offers jewish study As Well. Montgomery vote unanimous to get out of Pat Montgomery elementary school Fra is no longer. The group voted 70-0 last thursday to withdraw from the state and National Pat and to form an Independent Parent teacher organization. The necessary papers were signed which disbanded the Pat before disbanding however the Montgomery Pat voted to give its $6,000 Treasury to the Montgomery elementary boosters an organization which grew out of the playground committee. The $6, k 0 will be used to further the work on the school playground. The boosters and the to will remain separate organizations said to president Rosemary Battelle. Also at the meeting a vote was taken to retain the Fourier a to officers and membership in the new 10. New of Facein for the group will be voted a meeting apr. 25. Montgomery elementary school is the first of three Sycamore school District fats to vote on withdrawal from Pat to form pos. The other two Greene school and Sycamore Junior High will vote on the question in May. See letters Page 2. State Pat president Lois Overbeck was in town Friday to speak to a regional Meetis of ptas. She said that some Independent groups pos which attended the meeting wanted to rejoin Pat. She and other area Pat officers say they do not see the Sycamore situation As necessarily a trend but a situation unique to that District. Former mayor Blohm honoured at Amberley by Bill Robbins former mayor w. Henn Blohm was honoured at the april 10 Amberley Village Council session when he was presented a Large framed a certificate of commendation for his service to the Community. Councilman Charles p. Hamerjr. Who made the presentation for Council read the certificate which praised Blohm for his pm years service on Amberley Council nine years As mayor. Blohm did not run for office in the last election and is devoting is tire 1 p his insurance business travel and Community service. After receiving the commendation he talked about his experiences with marriages he performed As mayor and presented mayor Artnur Friedman a Book of procedures for marriages. A adopt a planter program in the Ridge tree planters that line the streets in the pleasant Ridge business District have suffered through a devastating Winter. The pleasant Ridge Community Council is asking residents and organizations of the Community get into the a springtime swing by adopting one of these planters for beautification and maintenance prizes for Beauty and originality will be awarded at the May 16 Community Council meeting. Additional prizes for the Best summer maintenance will be presented at the sept. Meeting. Call Bonnie Peterson 351-6979, for a planter assignment and contest details. Montgomery students ready to take government posts High school students in mon Omery have been preparing for their participation in student government night at Montgomery City Council May 3. They meet tonight to Complete their legislative proposals for the May 3 meeting. Students taking part include Becky Beuhler of ursuline Julie Gusweiler Ursu Une Mary Beth Hirsch Sycamore sorry Hopson to ursuline Bill Kelleher Moeller Eric Mcnaul Moeller Amy Peterson Sycamore Jim Foelker Moeller Beth Sneider ursuline Lany Stone Sycamore Dick Tappel Moeller and Carol Welsh Sycamore mayor Fred Young has proclaimed the week of May 3 a a Montgomery student government week a the students with the help of administrative assistant Phil Herrick and councilman Chuck Abbott will learn about City government and put together actual legislative proposals. In the past the City has acted on student not Mere actually leg la Toro. Montgomery kiwanis club sponsors a dinner for participants before the Coli Neil meeting at 8 p a. Government night proposals. So the event is ily an exercise in City government a the City benefits from the advice of the student to flare a classic Neil and Dpi 731-7170 by 4 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 cd Nch Ninati sub Urbam newspapers inc. Blue Ash mor a a Meo a Amberly Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Bidger Brecon Kennedy Heigo us Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Job Smoy Rie did Lonual a a Bidgie two Mark of chkuut10n so laity vol Xvi no. 38 i5c Rural zone Hoard votes tomorrow Cincinnati Obio wednesday april 19 1978 4415 my Ontgomery by. Phone 531-0234 opposition to Cantz apartments is Strong by Gail Jordan opposition to the proposed Gantz apartment Complex zone change is Strong and organized judging by presentations made to Hamiltom county Rural planning commission last week at Stewart school. About 180 people attended the Public hearing on the 528 unit apartment Complex proposed for the area bordered Fields Ertel re. And Reed Hartman Highway. Representatives from the Thurai Pia Ninf com Misby on heard presentations with photos and charts that showed the surrounding residential urea and pointed out traffic problems that could be caused by the addition of 1000 new area residents travelling to and from work. The greater need for police Protection in a concentrated apartment Complex coupled with the reduction in township police Protection from the county were Given As reasons for rejecting the planned apartments. The threat of apartment fires the effect on property values and the Impact of dumping waste from a private treatment Plant into Sharon Woods Lake were also presented As reasons for denying the zone change. A they certainly did their Homework a said Fonald re of jr., attorney for the a Velo pers. Rolf told the -. Or Mission about the plan for the apartment Complex and sited nearby examples of apartment and Industrial developments to support the zone change. Developments in Sharon Ville. Blue Ash and the continued on Page 24 for Beer Park police More pay Shorter week recommended by Shelley Ann Blau an annual pay increase and a 10 percent decrease in hours Are among five recommendations made to the Deer Park City Council legislative and finance committee by the City a safety service committee. Deer Park police presented 14 requests to the City a safety committee last month. These Are the service committee r dec o m m e n nations 1 an across the Board $2 k annual increase per Man which coupled with the recent 6 percent in Cre ase is an App Roxie ate increase of 8 percent. 2 a 10 percent decrease in working hours from 44 hours to 40 hours. This recommendation was predicated on the representation of police representatives that the decrease in hours worked would not re quire additional overtime expense to City nor an increase in the size of the police Foree. 3 an increase in the an a u a i p o 1 i c e u n i f or a allowance to $125. A 4 extra duty mileage of 10 cents pay for appearances out of the City when use of privately owned vehicles is necessary. 5 two hours minimum at continued on Page 24 at Amberley Village Council w inter hangs on in Sandy streets by Bill Robbins the past Winter continues to present problems for Amberley Village As Sand a a spread on ice Snow remained a potential Hazard to motorists. Village manager Bernard Boraten informed Council at the april 10 meeting that tons of Sand have to be removed from streets where it accumulated. He said Street sweeping operations began about two weeks ago by the Rumpke firm at a Cost first expected to be $800 to $1000, however the Job is so extensive it will Cost $1600 to $2000. Rainfall has not washed away much of the Sand accumulated on crowns of Many streets and at curbs of winding streets. Boraten said washing the Sand away is not desirable because of its potential sewer blockage. Manager Boraten said the sweeper truck sometimes had to be Emp tied several times a Day pointing out that Amberley averaged about 40 tons of Sand or cinders per mile spread during the Winter. When asked about possible re use of the Sand Boraten said that was unset Isaac it tory because of foreign material which had mixed with it. The Village manager Jom ugly Saida if the kind of Winter we just had continues a recycling might be Amberley workers will get pay boost by Bill Robbins new pay Scales averaging More than 7 percent for municipal employees were approved by Amberley Village Council at the Panl 10 meeting. Mayor Arthur Friedman emphasized that co uncut a evaluation committee had spent about six weeks meeting with employees and working out the new pay Structure effective april 1. Annual starting Mary for police patrolmen will be $13,867 with Litolf increase after one year and a $1788 increment Affer two years service. New patrolmen who have at least one years employment As a commissioned police officer in another political subdivision Are credited with such service when mining Amberley a Force. The new ordinance provides $24,000 annual salary for chief of police. Amberley a maintenance superintendent salary will Range Between $11,500 and $13,000 annually. Maintenance personnel will be paid $4.50 to $5.50 per hour. student workers will get $2.65 to $3.50 per hour. The Village tax collector will be paid $11,750. Salary of the Secretary to the Village manager ranges up to $11,-500 annually. Inside of we get letters. About the Pat to Issue in Sycamore school District about insulation standards in Blue Ash about girl scout cookie sales from a Madeira resident and about the Madeira in life squad from another Madeira resident. Life happenings p. 6 Schenk is second in or. Olympic swim meet p. 12 churches plan family life and sexuality studies p. J7 Spring cleaning time on saturday apr. 29, begin dining at 9to a.m., Madeira High school athletes such As Dana James from left parole Toki and Dave Oury will be Selling new brooms. Three types Are available Wisk $1.50 Kitchen �$,3 and com $ 3.5 0. The project is so Gisond by Madeira athletic boosters Assoc. All proceeds directly Benefit a a Deira a Lyle tic program. Frog Witch and red Riding Hood a Frog wicked Witch and red Riding Hood came to school in Deer Park apr. 7. They Are really student teachers Fra ltd. Left Marie w Allon Katby Mcglynn from a Snow w Hite and Carol Crisco. The astonished children ,, from left Ste ven a and Chrisline Stacey. Teachers at Howard Holmes and Amity schools and students at a mity dressed up As storybook Chara Elers to celebrate National Library week. Librarian Theresa Frederieka also sponsored a contest to guess How Many .bo, Are Monlai Ned in each ,Ary school Libr Ary. Time was set aside each Day for silent Reading. Up up and away with their Beautiful balloons if you be extra terrestrial objects in the sky tomorrow w afternoon done to be alarmed. The children of Shawnee elementary school grades 3-6, will release 400 helium filled balloons. Each balloon represents a Book Reading goal met by a student. The colors of red yellow Ana Blue signify the number of Reading contracts met by the students. The project is flying High. Circulation of books from the school a Sceclia Center has doubled since the launching of the p project. Where will ail those Beautiful balloons go the children Bope to find out. The balloons each contain tags asking finders to return them and Tell where they landed. If you want to see this balloon spectacular be near or at Shawnee school 6100 Drake a just South of Shawnee run rd., at 1 15. Regal Deal James Sigman k re sold his 74 Buick regal through Sivi Clad feds telling us Quot its a Vety effective Way to sol a i i be always fou Iid it that for those of you who have never tried us give us a Call and see How easy and in expense it is to place your and in newspapers that get things done. Csini 731-7170. We buy diamonds and Diamond estates from Amto Nijm Call for spot 793-6639 fix names Campaign chairpersons state representative Helen fix has announced the appointment of Richard Dusterberg and mrs. Robert Pat Henley As co chairpersons of her Campaign for the fall election. Dusterberg. An attorney with the Law firm of w Goa Lamping Slutz and Reckman is solicitor for the City of Mont Goepf. He and his wife Kristin live at 8800 Sandy mar dr., Kenwood. He has served As area chairman for the fix Campaign in previous years. Mrs. Henley a former councilwoman for Terrace Park has also worked in previous campaigns for representative fix. The Mother of three she and her husband live at 327 Rimby ave., Terrace Park. The newly appointed co chairpersons will Coor dime the a a tivi ties of the area chairmen As Well As the political and fundraising functions. Walk a mile in my shoes. Teachers Are usually the victims of april fool tricks but this year the faculty of st. Saviour school decided to beat the students to the punch. The students were treated to a Surprise turnabout Day Friday March 31. Faculty members a a Drew classes ahead of time and had to teach those classes for two hours Friday morning. Imagine a math teacher teaching civics or a Junior High teacher teaching primary language arts. Surprisingly classes continued much As usual because each teacher was Fiven a lesson plan to Ollow. Mary Ellen Tressler librarian for the Day threatened to bring in the Fri and the cia to investigate mishandling of the Fine Money. Not Only was the Day fun but it allowed the faculty to see what other staff members Are challenged with daily. The students met other members of the faculty on a classroom situation. Lawyers for a Day area High schoo 1 students who participated in the Cincinnati bar associations a a student lawyer for a Day program april 13, include Beverly Maegly of Deer Park High Cathy Plaut of Madeira High Tom Woebkenberg of Moeller High Cynthia Pond of Sycamore High. The stud in to worked with lawyers and judges in Hamilton county that Day and met at the county commissioners office for a wrap up discussion. The event is part of the bar associations Law Day Celebration april 29

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