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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - February 20, 1974, Cincinnati, OhioIn Silverton suspects nabbed in two hold ups suspects were arrested in connection with two armed robberies that occurred in Silverton last week one resulting in an Exchange of gunfire Between a Silverton policeman and a suspect. Cliff Thompkins jr., 6418 Tyne ave., Kennedy Heights age 19 and Lonzo Huff jr., 27, 3626 Northdale ave., Kennedy Heights were arrested after a hold up occurred at the United Dairy Farmers store 6936 Montgomery rd., february 12. Police a Aid two men one Library Ohio historical society 1992 Vesta ave Columbus Ohio 43211 a ii m of it amp cart to place a classified and dial 731-7170 display advertising u. A. Pomme bulk rate paid a Mei mat Ohio a believed to be a juvenile still at Large entered the store about 11 46 . One pointed a gun at a clerk and banded him. A note Reading a put the Boney in a paper bag put of the Cash Register. The Man behind me is with me and has t missed the Quot men. Then fled on foot and were intercepted by patrolman Steve Roos after police were signalled Over the stores alarm. Thompkins was later apprehended by Amberly police and charged with complicity in connection with driving the get away car. Roos fired shots at the car after he was shot at by one of the suspects. Huff was apprehended by Cincinnati police and charged with aggravated robbery. A male Black juvenile is still at Large. Arrested and charged with aggravated robbery in connection with a hold up at the City 1 Oan company 6940 Montgomery rd., Valentine a Day was John Davis 27, 3514 Hudson st., Cincinnati. Police said a Man entered the Bank around 2 15 ., threatened a Teller with a 25 Caliper automatic and demanded Cash. He fled in a car and was later apprehended on Langdon farm re. By Cincinnati police. Silverton police sgt. Bill Eggers and chief Ken Dye both attributed the United Dairy Farmers arrests to a inside comeback sports at other sports new buddy alarm system installed now a in most Silverton businesses. said the store clerk was Able to signal police while the robbery was still in Progress. The system is working out pretty Well a Dye said. A i Don t think these burglars Are going to be Apt to come to Silverton anymore because they la find out they have a pretty Good Chance of getting serving the communities of glue Ash mon it Gomery Amberley Village Indian Hill made Ira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Ross Mayne Dillon Vale Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity vol. Xiii no. 30 Cincinnati Ohio wednesday february 20, 1974 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531>0234 gymnastics for minor Sycamore Page amp a indy 500 motorized Slaughter Kinsolving Page 7. Amberley May be faced with Cross suit Page 2. Historic Montgomery property to be refurbished Page 3. Montgomery police get new number Montgomery police now have a new phone number to remain in township High Point residents turn Down annexation High Point residents voted february 11 to turn Down any attempts to Annex their Community to nearby Sharon Ville. Civic association president Rev Roy Tincher said about 200 residents showed for the meeting in Stewart elementary school and decided in a. Stand up vote that they wanted their Community to remain a part of Sycamore township. Madeira Indian Hill fire Captain Julian Nelson rummages through ruins in Madeira High school class room 422 after battling a Blase for four hours last wednesday. The fire which started in the storage area of the commons building caused damage estimated to total Over $46,000. Photo John of Connorjr a a they voted me Down you might say a Tincher said. A i would say that their minds were made up in the beginning. I done feel they wanted it. Basically i just feel they were afraid of what Sharonville would do to them. It did no to Surprise me. Tincher who had favored the annexation said he believes residents were scared by warnings from township trustees that Sharonville officials were after the Community surrounding area because of its prime potential for future Industrial develop . A they really did no to give any reasons for turning it Down a Tincher said a except basically they have lived Here All their lives and Sharonville never wanted them before. They were afraid that Sharonville wanted their land for Industrial property. They were also worried about How much the annexation could Cost them in the township trustees attended the meeting and expressed pleasure in the decision which they termed a a vote of confidences for township officials. They also pledged to work with the civic association to solve Community problems. Tincher says permanent officials of the civic association will be elected at the March 11 meeting and then he will step Down As president. A a a a that was the understanding we had in the beginning. I will stay in Contact hut i feel the association was taking too much of my time away from the Tincher is pastor of the High Point first Church of god. Heading two slates of nine officers four officers and a five member Board of directors Are de Shelton and Bill Renner. Tincher says he Hopes the civic association formed Ini october will continue to be Active but fears interest May drop off now that the annexation Issue has been decided. �?o1 feel that the other night proved that it has to be a crisis in order for people to turn out. I think the a Progress report on the new Sycamore High school and an overview of changes affecting Sycamore District schools will be discussed at tax a stockholders meeting for All District residents saturday March 9, 9 15 . In the High school cafeteria. Formerly known As the superintendent s saturday reports the meeting will include a presentation by no cause determined fire damages could total Over $40,000 for non emergency Calls chief Ray says. The number is 891-2483, a but the emergency number is stil 825-2280, Moore said. He said the new number was installed to relieve the amount of police Calls that come through the City Hall Secretary. We re also going to have a recording that will have a message to Tell people How to reach a policeman when All of them Are out a the chief said. Madeira Indian Hill firemen have not yet determined a cause for a two alarm Blaze at Madeira High school last wednesday that caused damage estimated at Over $40,000. Fire chief Clifford Behr Mann said damages would total a a Way Over the original estimate of $20,-000. �?o$20,000 wont be anywhere near it. Its going to be Way up there a he said. The fire which broke out around 2 35 . In the storage area of the commons building which houses the auditorium cafeteria and classrooms was contained in the storage area although there was smoke damage throughout the rest of the building. About 50 students were forced to leave the building. Firemen from Madeira Indian Hill Montgomery and the Silverton task unit battled the Blaze for about four hours before extinguishing it around 6 45 ., Behrmann said. Firemen injured included Howard Hock who suffered a cracked rib when he fell from the stage and it Goebel Williams or. And firemen Dean Winkelman and Joseph who were treated for smoke inhalation and dehydration. Behrmann said. There does no to appear to be any connection Between the Madeira fire and another Blaze that did an estimated $3000 damage to Indian Hill High school february 7 around 10 30 . The fire started when floor Mats stored under a stairwell in the school commons area caught on fire. Smoke also reached into hallways and a. Locker room area Behrman said. Both fires Are still under investigation. Al Community meeting mrs. Mann and her Mustang soon parted the life of an instant action want and is Short lived. Mrs. Robert Mann reports the 1967 Mustang she advertised for Sale m this paper was sold to the first person who called the first Day the and appeared. Don t horse around. Inexpensive want ads work 731-7170. Community government the Sycamore Deer Park Jaycees will sponsor their annual Community night with Sycamore township and Deer Park officials february 21, 8 . In the Deer Park Community Center. The Jaycees will present their distinguished service award the outstanding Young de Nicator award and the first place award in the Energy conservation essay contest. In parents brainstorm school District needs by Maureen Hehman More than 100 parents of Indian Hill school students met thursday night at the Drake Road school to brainstorm needs of the school District. Sam Jackson Junior High principal explained the work of the needs assessment committee to Date and asked for parents contributions. The committee has looked at studies evaluating the Indian Hill schools studied future trends in education talked to faculty and students As part of a project to plan the future direction of Indian Hill schools. The findings of the needs assessment committee will be a starting place for the goals committee. Category ice Jackson outlined seven Broad categories to be considered Basic skills self citizenship environment aesthetic career educational growth. Within these categories Are to be considered the philosophy present Progress and future goals of Indian Hill school District. The emphasis is upon Progress and future goals of Indian Hill school District. Another emphasis is upon helping students prepare for the. Future a future of increased technology and stress increased Leisure time and increased Urban and social problems. Another major concern is the self development of the child. Immediate concern some parents voiced a More immediate concern. Can the Indian Hill school District continue to exist in its present form should it be continued As it it to jewish at jewish Argis. Road was taken Hospital feb. 13 by Deer Park life squad. She suffered a possible heart attack and was Given oxygen. Amberley h. Hudepohl 4539 fair View dr., White Oak has been named am her Ley Village tax administrator. He is certified Public accountant and is a member of the american Institute of certified Public accountants and the Ohio society of a pay a. Hit by car Don geeks 7376 Richmond was hit by a car feb. 15. He suffered abrasions of the face and shoulder and was taken to his doctors office by Deer Park life squad. Youth Law program at Shroder or. High the Cincinnati Board of education has granted Shroder or. High school a $1000 Grant to test a Pilot a youth and the Law program at the school during april and May. Mrs. Elia Mccoy social studies teacher who helped develop the program said an important part of the program will be to enlist Community volunteers willing to assist on Field trips and As moderators. A program a a we feel that students need to know Why the rules Are there a mrs. Mccoy said. A if it is successful we plan to turn it into a Trnini Quot course for social studies students next Community residents willing to Volunteer time should Contact the school 731-2012. A what we have Here is unique because of size and other factors. What might happen in a court Case do we want to continue if changed or altered a one Parent asked. Another Parent suggested initiating change a to make change work for other Parent concerns included teaching the idea of a world Community As part of citizenship. At feast one Silverton to receive recommendations the Silverton Community Council will report recommendations and findings to City Council tomorrow night concerning investigation of conduct in the City service department. The Council meets 8 . In the municipal building. The Community Council began its study of the ser vice department in january after a former worker Kenneth Ware told the Community Council he experienced racial discrimination on the Job. Given oxygen Katherine white3905 of Leary ave., reported food stuck in her Throat feb. 16. She was Given Roxy by Deer Park. Life r lad and taken to Christ Hospital. Father wanted to see More girls intramural sports. A the girls Are getting Short changed in athletics a he said. One Mother said the schools Are too mistake we need More positive reinforcement a she said. Thursdays meeting was the last phase of the needs assessment committees work. This week the goals committee will begin its work starting with the biggest interest was whether the Community would go to Sharonville or and now the crisis is Over at least temporarily Tincher believes. A i have an idea that right now the people feel that the civic association is All they need. But you can to Stop Progress and in the future something is bound to change. This area is developing and i can to see it staying a part of Sycamore township Sycamore schools meeting scheduled superintendent Edwin Greene and a question and answer session. A we try to follow an open discussion Type format Quot Greene said. A we will present subjects we think residents Are interested in and then get their views regarding the matter. Also citizens May bring up topics they want information school principals and members of the superintendents staff will also be present to hear comments and answer questions. Babysitting will be provided and persons planning to attend the meeting Are asked to notify the Board office 791-4848. Deadline 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. Recommendations of the needs assessment group a number of parents teachers and students selected from 150 nominations have been chosen to be members of the goals committee. I Lack history and brotherhood week Are being jointly Obaer fed this week by Shroder or. High school students including Linda Blakney and Laurel Kelly above who helped work on Black Art projects on display in the school lobby. The weeks events will be climaxed Friday with singing poetry Reading a slide presentation and dances by member of the student body. Some of the students participating will be Diane Carpenter Joyce Johnson sharia Roland Antonia Walker Ramona Rousseau Denise Dangerfield Michelle Tucker Camilla Johnson and Regina Neal

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