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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - February 01, 1978, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary Phio historical society 1932 Velma ave Colura Bua Ohio 43211 l-11 u. S. ?psta1s bar a i is a Cinci Jwa. ?er419531 a Yatfa amp it to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 4 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 331-0234 Cincinnati submit ban newspapers inc. Blue Ash Montgomery Amberly Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood arcu Tukki vol. Xvi no. 27 15c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday february i 1978 1415 Montgomery re phone 331-0234 life area copes with a blizzard 1978�?T by Gail Jordan the a tanners almanac and the wooly Worms warned us it was going to be another bad Winter but they did no to Tell us anything about How to Cope with the blizzard we had last week. We had to get through it All by ourselves. Here s what was Gobi to on in the. Area last week when the Snow was coining Down. Pre Eliward by since brisk. Business at the Sycamore senior Center was picking up on tuesday and wednesday Befoy the storm. Robert Logan Center director said that a Cabin fever brought a lot of seniors out. After the storm Early thursday regular programs and the a meals on wheels program were cancelled. Logan said the seniors in the program had been told to store food in the House for bad times. Everyone was called and the few who did no to have food in the House were brought meals. Logan said the top priority during the storm was to look after the shut ins. He said that seniors had a around Robin lines and everyone was called and taken care of. Travel baits nearly All travel stopped in the area except for police fire and service departments. Even they were slowed up quite a bit. John Mcbride of the Indian Hill service dept., said he is still counting up the overtime for the men. The Crews were working around the clock from Midnight wednesday until Friday evening. He said that the Hills in the area Are now a wide Indian Hill fire dept said that 900 phones were out of service for a while when the High winds blew a tree Down Over the wires at Camargo and Drake roads. Paul Steman service director in Silverton said his Crews also worked around the clock from wednesday to Friday. He said the main streets Are a a oks but some of the Side streets Are a a treacherous with ruts in the ice that cause travel problems. A Row temporarily a jailed Amberley Village manager Bernard Boraten said his Crews worked a to the Point of exhaustion for the last 10 Days 24 hrs. A Day. He said some of the Crews stayed at the station House for four and five Days sometimes sleeping in the jail cells. Boraten said that so far this year the City has spent double last years $5000 Cost for Salt and Sand with the Winter Only half Over. He said he expects 80 hour work weeks for the craps for at least another week even if the weather improves. Neighbor Venct a Bend after the storm cleared in Madeira five couples on North Timberland got together and shovelled out about 12 driveways on the lower end of the Street. According to Marylee at Silverton Mayores court 6no excuse for overtime Nta irly because according to the Man mayor Richard by Maureen Hehman Twenty six of the 100 or so Silverton residents who received tickets for Par King on City streets More than the 10 hour limit Jan. 19 came to mayors court to a plead their cases last week. One of those residents told suburban life he Felt he had been treated unfairly acc May i Benken told the people at the beginning of court a there is no excuse for being parked according to the Man mayor Benken said he would Bear the cases but that in would Cost an additional $10 in court costs plus the $10 fines. The Man asked not to be identified by name. He said he is afraid of retaliation by City officials. Mayor Benken contacted by phone mid he did not mean to imply that people were guilty before the trial but it they were in violation of the 10-hour parking limit they would be in violation of the Law regardless of their excuses. The Law had to be enforced uniformly regardless of possible excuses Benken said. He mid he Felt it was Only right to explain this to the people first. After mayor Benken spoke to the audience Only two of the ticketed proceeded with their cases. Both lost. One person argued unsuccessfully that the Law had not been enforced equally. Another argued against the procedure by which the cars were marked but the Man admitted his car had been parked Over the 10 hour limit Benken mid and he the mayor had no Choice but to find him guilty. The resident who called suburban life mid that he had been told by the police chief Ken Dye that he could Tell his Story in court and have the Opportunity to be exonerated. He mid he fell this was not actually the Case and that he could Only have had the privilege at telling his Story if he wanted to pay an extra $10 in court costs additional to the $10 Fine. The Man mid his car had been partially slowed in by the action of City Snow lows making it extremely difficult to move. Many Silverton residents complained after the police department following a week of heavy snowfall ticketed Over 100 cars Jan. 19 for exceeding the 10 hour parking Emit a longtime City ordinance. Chief Dye said the ordinance is Only enforced when the Are residents complaints or if a car has been left on a City Street a noticeably Long time. Chief by e mid he ticketing cars after received 20 or 30 Calls about cars left on the streets. Dye said he attended mayors court and believes the mayor was merely trying to warn people that if they Elaine Petricoff daughter of or. And mrs. Herman Petricoff of Amberley Village is one of the stars of the musical Quot revue a proclaim Liberty ii. Feb. 7 at music a sponsored by the jewish federation of Cincinnati. Herschel Bernard stars in the revue a song and dance narration of the historical tradition of the jewish people. Tickets Range from $25 to $3. Call 621-4430 for reservations. Curtain time is 8 30 . Petricoff is a Walnut Hills High graduate. She performed in the Broadway production of a Ugi a began he had jobs open now for swim Pool applications for summer jobs at the Silverton swimming pools Are being accepted at the municipal building now Indian Hill is. Seven Hills on a its acad a a it a academic will feature competing teams from. Indian. Hill High st. Xavier and seven Hills school on the program that will telecast thursday feb. 9, 7 30 . Repeating saturday feb. 11 at 3 30 . On Channel 48. Team members from Indian him High Are top from left Pete Miller de Greeno and. Kate Howe. Also pictured is team advisor Harold Bates. Pictured below Are team members from seven Hills High school Stuart Pyle Hannah Bloch and Dean Kele flt team advisor Robert Carter. Wore found guilty., they would have to pay an additional Cost above the $10 Fine. No a warning tickets were issued this year just the real thing. However almost 300 warnings were passed out last Winter during bad weather for exceeding the parking limit. Apparently City officials believed last year s warnings had been sufficient. Traditional latin mass in Montgomery the society of st. Pius the tenth has scheduled a traditional latin mass feb. 5, 7 15 . At Montgomery business menus Hall Montgomery. Father Daniel Dolan will offer a tridentine latin High mass and Benediction. Confessions will be heard at 6 30 . Rosary will be mid at 7 before the mass. The Public is Welcome. Tickets for Lollipop concert tickets Are available for the Sycamore Lollipop concerts feb. 4 at Sycamore High school. Call Linda Seiller 791-0638or jane1 Enyeart 793 cd Pete Guildi councilwoman Helen Cassidy announced at the Silverton City Council meeting Jan. 19. An. Ordinance naming Simon leis assistant City solicitor was passed. La the it the City of Cincinnati died court cases that were sent downtown but these duties have been transferred to the county. It is a routine appointment at no Cost to the City. Silverton has entered into an agreement with the City of Cincinnati for the housing of prisoners despite the fee hike from $15 a Day in 1977 to $22.50 per Day this year. Mayor Richard Benken. Mentioned the possibility of housing prisoners in county facilities hopefully at a lower Cost to Silverton. Benken planned to attend the municipal league meeting Jan. 30 with vice mayor Helen Cassidy to discuss the possibility of joint venture spending Between municipalities to lower costs by buying in Quantity. Square dance for seniors Sycamore senior Centeria hoping for a weather reprieve at least from. 3-7 . Sunday feb. 1.2 when they plan a dinner Square dance in room a a a Blue Ash. Municipal building �4343 Cooper re reservations $4 person mint ans $4 per be prepaid by feb. Fot Call a a in i noon Friday Ruth Long 984-1234, for Satchell Jim Perin Howard Gregory John Forg Dick Wenstrup John Schuermann and their wives were out helping their neighbors last saturday. Madeira police also helped Satchell a nurse at mercy Hospital get to and from work. About 15 mercy staff members were shuttled Back and Forth to the Hospital by Madeira police. Satchell mid the staff worked double and triple shifts managing to take care of All emergencies. Be head a workers get rides Montgomery police also helped take nurses to work at Bethesda North. Tom Wilburn president of. The association at Bethesda hospitals mid that initially Only 40 percent of the st was Able to get to work after the storm. He said four wheel drive vehicles were volunteered for a shuttle by employees and physicians at the Hospital so employees could get to work. All elective surgery at the Hospital was cancelled but All emergencies were handled. Blue Ash Deputy City manager Marvin Thompson said the City hoped to have All Side streets at least minimally passable by monday night a .11 supplies Are universally Short and Blue Ash has been using a locally produced substitute gravel coated with a Salt like substance. Thompson mid the City has been going through it at a great rate. Inside read what some kids did while the Snow came Down local woman Hopes to be Queen of the not. Bowling Assoc. Iwo us pm off Curtmn to cop Ehl title see names amp faces in the news a go 2 i 2 pm. 4 pm. 14 Jaycees looking for a distinguished May be from ail Fields of Endeavor and May be nominated by individuals associations or institutions. The outstanding Young citizen award is Given to a Young person aged 13 through 18, based on the same criteria As the distinguished service award. Winners will be1 selected by a panel of Jaycees. They will be guests of the Jaycees at their annual Bosses night dinner in. March. Nomination forms Are available from Jerry Newman 984-8013. Sycamore Deer Park Jaycees May soon be tapping you on the shoulder. The Jaycees Are looking for citizens to receive the distinguished service award and the outstanding Young citizen. Award. They Are accepting nominations now through feb. 27. The distinguished service award is Given to a Man aged 18 or older who gives the Moet meritorious service to his family Church Community and nation. This is the highest award a local Jaycee chapter can give. Nominees Johnson presents paper i parenting classes at Deer Park make news Deer Park school psychologist Janet Johnson is going ail the Way to new York to Tell other psychologists about special program at Deer Park that trains parents for child rearing. Johnson will present a paper on. The child study groups at the mar. Meeting of the National Assoc of school psychologists. Johnson and elementary a operation helping hand9 the salvation army a operation helping hand a Denvered food Ana Medicine to eight families in the life area saturday and sunday. The program was instituted after an abundance of phone Calls from people requesting Aid. Spaghetti dinner reset due to the bad weather st. Johns Pat had to reschedule its Spaghetti dinner to feb. 5, 1 30-7 ., in the school cafeteria adults $2.75, children and senior citizens $1.60. \ longtime musician honoured Silverton resident Frank Payne right 6708 Stoll ln., Silverton accepts a Gold Lapel pin and special card from Eugene v. Frey Cincinnati musicians association cha president. Payne is a 35-year member of local no 1, and was among the 35 musicians recently honoured. Payne began studying piano at six and later attended the cosmopolitan school of music in Cincinnati Fisk University in Nashville and the Paris school of music Covington. In 1942, he was a member of a band formed from the 92nd division of the army which performed for Uso broadcasts. When he re entered civilian life he started the Frankie Payne band with which he still plays today. Payne is the chief librarian a i the us court of appeals and has been employed at the Library for 23 years. He has been a member of the pm a Board of directors since 1973, also recognised for a 35-year affiliation with the musicians Union were local residents Fred Goosman 6959 Euclid re. Ernest Woolery 8515 Miami cd. Edith Blane. 6029 Robinson re. Ray castello 2800 Madison ave. And May Este i Forbes 3738 Woodford cd. Uses Sledge Hammer burglar bashes o into school Safe lakes $800 a burglar with a Sledge Hammer bashed his Way through an office Wail into the Safe at Deer Park High school last saturday evening and. Got away with about $800 in Cash Deer Park police and school officials mid. Deer Park police patrolman Michael Berens mid that Between 7 ., the end a amp the second shift of the schools boiler maintenance Man and 11 ., when the next boiler fireman arrived someone broke into the basement cafeteria through a courtyard window. He used a Sledge Hammer to break through double doors in the cafeteria and three Metal Gates Between the cafeteria and the main office. The burglar then used it to break through the cinder Block Wall beside the office Wall Safe. A Side Brick of the Safe was removed the Safe lining was Cut and the door was opened from the inside. Louis Manning superintendent of Deer Park schools said he thought a a pros were responsible because the dishwasher room was also broken into. A anyone familiar with the building would have known that that Wasny to Worth it a Manning explained. He said that several Hundred dollars in damage was done to the doors and Metal Gates and it would Cost about $1000 to repair the Wall and Safe in the office. Patrolman Berens said that the Blue Ash canine unit Paul Wilder and his dog Boston were brought in to search the school and grounds. He 9aid that there Are several leads and that he has a set of a Good footprints to work wit r , William Park a Are using the systematic training for effective parenting step techniques in adult classes at Deer Park. Parents learn the a nuts and bolts practical skills strategies and. Techniques for child raising rather than general advice or counselling. They Are encouraged to learn new ways of understanding and relating to children and to share their insights with other parents. The child study groups Are a Success so two new groups will be starting soon in the Deer Park area. Bits of Antiquity David Sandy from left is showing his Fossil collection to Miami Hills elementary schoolmates Chad Bruffy Center and Steve Gardner. The fossils for David a school collection were All found locally. 56 new Homes proposed for Blue Ash Blue Ash planning co m m. I is i on. To r to w night will consider a request for a change from re to r-2 zoning of 18.7 acres of land on the East Side of Plainfield rd., 500 it. North of Glendale Milford re. The Tillar co. Proposes to construct 56 single family Homes at the site Selling for about $65,000 each. An re zoning allows Only two Homes per acre r-2 allows about three Homes or acre. The meeting is at ., Blue Ash City building. 4343 Cooper re. The commission will also consider re subdivision plat for tangle Ridge subdivision. Correction the Kenwood mall Charity fair will be held tuesday feb. 28 and wednesday mar. 1. The dates appeared correctly in a previous edition. Tonight at Montgomery Montgomery City Council Agenda tonight includes this Agenda rezoning of 2.2 acres of technical Center property designating Todd Sherritt Rees and Jonathon Crain houses As landmarks resolutions of appreciation to retiring commission members contract with Rumpke for garbage removal appointment of assistant solicitor for prosecution contract for confinement of prisoners

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