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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - July 03, 1974, Cincinnati, OhioLocal boy drowns at gravel pits Dave Taylor 17, 4505 East Galbraith rd., Deer Park was drowned Friday june 21 about 6 30 . While swimming at the gravel pits in Remington. A companion Ken brew Saugh of Dillonvale tried to Rescue the boy Brewsaugh called for police help when he was unable to pull Taylor out of the water the Taylor a Dody pol s Bod olice found at about 9 . Funeral was held at landmark Baptist Temple. About 500 visitors. Mostly youngsters filled the funeral Home at the visitation. A me was Well liked. We did no to realised he had so Many friends though a the boys father c. David Taylor said. Besides his parents or. And mrs. A David Taylor Dave leaves a brother Dennis 16 and a sister Deborah 14. He was a student at Deer Park High school and would have been a Junior next year. Plans dazzling july fourth celebrations by Pat Tolzmann if you re wondering How to spend your fourth of july Holiday this year there a no need to travel far to find a food time. As the nation nears its 200th birthday Celebration in 1976, Many communities Are planning this years festivities with an Eye toward a blockbuster two years from now but while most of the local parties Are adhering to the time honoured tradition of parades games rides and picnics one Well loved event is being eliminated fireworks displays. Exploding inflation is the reason Many of the dazzling displays will be passed Over this year. Roger Smith an organizer of the american legion Celebration in Madeira said the local Post had to forego fireworks because it would have Cost about 1500 for the display and a similar amount for insurance to cover bystanders. Iii a a that insurance dose not even cover the me a w1jms3c off the fireworks Ana the Cost is prohibitive so they feel it Isnit Worth it a he said. The Blue Ash civic league is eliminating its display for the same reasons. Various Community fetes will take place in the following suburban life and adjacent communities Madeira the annual Parade and picnic sponsored by american legion Post 412 has become a popular Community event not Only for Madeira but surrounding communities As Well. The Parade will form at the Madeira High school grounds and begin its March up Miami ave. At 10 30 . Roger Smith one of the legion sponsors said last years Parade stretched four blocks making it the biggest Parade Ever. Marchers will include the local High school band social and neighbourhood groups and Lodge members. Upon reaching Madeira City Park the marchers will Hrek ranks and its everyone for himself to end Joy the games rides and refreshments. Even though the fireworks had to be eliminated this year its still one of the Best neighbourhood activities around. A we try to keep a Good traditional fourth of july atmosphere a a Smith said. Montgomery Montgomery a has something new this year to celebrate a the Johnson nature preserve. Independence Day dedication ceremonies will open with a Parade at 10 . From the Pfeiffer Road Ball Fields to the new Park on Deerfield Road. The dedication Cerep Iony at 11 . Will include an acceptance by mayor Robert Novak the unveiling of a permanent memorial and presentation of an appreciation plaque to or. And mrs. Frank Johnson. Indian Hill the Camargo country club in Indian Hills will wrap up the Celebration with its annual fireworks no the Roa Jcj to watch the sky Light us the club manager a aids feral although the clubs display is not comparable to that at King s Island it should be visible to the general Community. Pleasant Ridge Kennedy Heights the City recreation commission is planning family events at the new pleasant Ridge Community Center with the gym and game rooms available for All Ages. Area residents Are encouraged to picnic on the adjoining grounds and drop into the Center to tour the new facility and participate in the events. A Surprise hour event is scheduled for 1 . For All children up to the sixth Grade level. Hours at the Center Are 9 30 . To 6 . For the special fourth of july family Day. In Kennedy Heights the City recreation facility will also be open to provide activities for the whole family. Blue Ash the Blue Ash civic league is once again sponsoring its popular fourth of july Celebration which began on tuesday and continues through the fourth. How Vav the polic Ding alcoholic eve 8 icy Regar averages on the league s grounds at Alma ave. Has undergone a from Federal government Blue Ash police $22,000 get Grant Shear Delight by Maureen Hehman Blue Ash police will receive a $22,000 Federal Grant to establish a Pilot program in crime prevention it was announced at Blue Ash City Council meeting july 27. The program will run july 1975 though june 1976. The Grant is renewable Grant is and Calls for hiring two non uniformed officers to work in crime prevention education. Council passed an ordinance to enter into a con Indian Hill High school Junior Kathy Fulmer 6280 Kugler mu1 rd., right solicits help from her Friend Shelly Schunk As she prepares one of three sheep she will enter in the 119th Carthage fair August 7 through 11. Kathy has taken care of sheep and lambs since the sixth Grade and last year she won a Blue ribbon at the fair. To serve Madeira i a Kenwood teen Center proposed by Carol Pucci a committee of adults and Young persons interested in forming a teen Center for the Madeira Indian Hill and Kenwood areas will approach Madeira and Indian Hill councils with their plans in the near future. Mrs. Dale Corrington chairman of the st. Paul United methodist Church social concern committee said the need for a Community teen Center was first discussed in a Church committee meeting and later at a meeting attended by representatives of 14 local organizations in april. Questionnaires were then distributed to Indian Hill and Madeira High school juniors and seniors to gather their opinions on what Type of facilities Are needed. A Needles to say the need was overwhelming from the students themselves a mrs. Corrington said. The questionnaires were compiled by a group of adults and Young persons. Over 1000 students responded. Mrs. Corrington said the group plan to follow up with a Survey for adults in the next month and should have a plan ready to present to both councils in August. A what would be Ideal would be to have the two communities support this a she said a no one Church would be sponsoring this. It would have to be a Community mrs. Corrington said interested persons Are now in the process of contacting officials and attempting to pinpoint possible Sites for a teen Center building. One site being discussed is a House on what is known As the Maxfield property off Camargo rd., which was recently purchased by the City of happiness is. Getting results fast if you re a Csini classified advertiser that is. And Herb Schneider is a Happy Guy. He sold a swimming Pool and a Check writer to the first caller for each item. An addin machine was the Only thing that did no to sell. So the next week he advertised it alone and the first caller bought it Herb made $105 and All it Cost him was a couple of Bucks. That a a fact Madeira. Madeira plans to use the property and other parcels nearby to build a new City Park. Madeira City manager George babe said he has not been contacted about the possibility of using the 100 year old House tor a Center however he said Lack of a Safe Entrance and exit and the fact that the City plans to put a football Field on the land where the House now stands would probably preclude any ideas to use the House for a Center. �?o1 fully expect Well have All the property acquired and will commence work on the recreation area by Early next Spring. Right now plans Are to put a football Field there a he said. Babe said the House will become unoccupied this month and the City will then have to find a suitable use for the House until construction on the Park begins. He indicated the City May rent it As a residence until that time. The House lies beyond Railroad tracks and babe said he Quot would not be at All enthused about the idea of Large groups of Young people going across those one aspect most people who Are talking about a teen Center agree upon is the fact that director would have a paid to be hired to supervise activities. Several teen Coffee houses in the area have folded following acts of vandalism or from Lack of direction and supervision. A there have been problem a mrs. Corrington said. A one of the problems seemed to be continuity of leadership. This is the reason we feel there would be a need for a paid director to run it and an advisory Council of Young people and inside Sycamore Community health Center Page 2. Country Day teacher honoured Page 12. Kinsolving tackles sexism Page 7. Little league news Page 6. Kenwood gardens receives new Honor Page 12. Tract with Jolly tree service to remove tree stumps and debris left from the Tornado in april. The Federal government will provide funds from its disaster Agency. A sum in Quot excess of $60,000 has been promised to City manager Vic Suhm. Letters about debris removal will be sent to residents in the areas of Waxwing dr., Lobelia Southgate Blue Wing Cooper re. West of Plainfield Kenwood North of Cooper to Creek Glendale Milford West of Kenwood to Plainfield Pfeiffer East of Kenwood Brasher Meyers Ken Ridge Williamson and other areas designated by the director of Public service. Residents must acknowledge the letters to get the service. Once work begins it is expected to take about six weeks to Complete. Rough grading leveling hauling and refilling will be done. Detailed landscaping is up to individual homeowners. Council will spend $1,-975 of an estimated $7,000 Cost to administer the Reed Hartman Highway action plan the plan allows citizens to participate in planning the Highway through a series of Public meetings on such topics As corridors environmental Impact and design. City manager Suhm admitted the action plan could take As Long As four or five yearn. Federal state and county governments will pay the balance of the administrative Costa. Times and places of action plan meetings will be announced. The planning and zoning committee nas called a Public hearing july 18. 8 . At the first National Bank building to discuss a Large scale residential development plan on Brasher ave. Council referred to planning commission a request for rezoning and special Kermit on property at 9455 a infield re. William l. Jester was appointed to the Board of site arrangement and Board of zoning appeals. Kenneth Moore was reappointed to planning commission Walter Reuszer was reappointed to the Board of site arrangement and Board of zoning appeals William Herweh was reappointed to the recreation Board. In other business Council authorized spending $3.878 for a computerized filing system for the police department. Council authorized Purchase of fire Hose from Silco co. For $1,344. Agreed to buy builders risk insurance. Called a Public hearing on the 1975 budget july 11, 8 . At the first National Bank building. Agreed to Mutual Aid with the Eastern District fire Protection Assoc. Appointed Daniel r. Malone to the civil service commission. Slight change since last years Celebration erupted into a Small riot. Meeting with the local police Force two weeks ago the league decided it would continue to sell Beer one of its primary moneymakers but would not allow anyone to bring alcoholic beverages onto the grounds. As Many As 18 officers from the Blue Ash Force will be at the final Day festivities. Celebration hours Are 6-11 30 . New watches will be presented to two local policemen whose timepieces were damaged during last year s fracas. Oakley the Oakley playground is the site for an All american Celebration beginning at noon. Children will receive free Small flags from the american legion auxiliary and a Parade and Flag raising ceremony Are planned. Games for people of All Ages will include menus softball and women a volleyball. Local Bakers have donated cakes for the cake cutting ceremony at 6 . To celebrate a the birthday of our the event is cosponsored by the Oakley playground mothers club and the Oakley Community Center. Hyde Park a concert by Smittie a band the first in a series of summer concerts in the area is scheduled for 7 30 . Today wednesday in Ault Park. If you re planning on attending one of the celebrations without fireworks on thursday this is your Chance to enjoy a display following the concert. Bring your own chairs. Correction last week suburban life incorrectly identified Howard c. Hoffman 9390 Blue Ash re. As a suspect arrested by Blue Ash police on charges of Possession of a Hallucinogen. The person arrested was Hoffman a son Howard c. Hoffman or. The error was a result of incorrect information passed on to suburban life by Blue Ash police. Looking patriotic on her decorated bicycle is eight year old Michele Broyles Gatewood ave., Winner of the Silverton memorial Day Bike decorating contest. The Silver ton police department will hold a Bike safety Lane july 26, 10 . To 2 . At the City j to be conducted by juvenile officer Sylvia Caldwell above and other Road Complex denied Hamilton county commissioners Robert Wood and Robert Reck Man last wednesday denied a development plan which would have allowed an 137-unit apartment Complex to be built on 36 acres off Stewart re. In Columbia township. The plan had been a p roved by the regional Lanning commission and the Rural zoning Board but had been opposed by Columbia township homeowners Assoc. Madeira City Council and citizens in Silverton. The commissioners Tum de Down plans for townhouses on that property in 1966 and turned Down rezoning for apartments in 1971. Would be developers of the land Are Stuart Jacob and the Chelsea Moore company. They revised their original plan to build More than 300 apartments to half that number which would leave a Large amount of open space. Density would approximate that of single family Homes and no zone change would be involved. Local homeowners however Are opposed to apartments of any kind on that land. Members of surrounding communities fear traffic congestion overcrowding of schools and possible downgrading of single family properties. The developers and their lawyers had believed the new development plan would be approved. At press time they declined comment about the course of future action. Vol. Xiii no. 49 Cincinnati Ohio wednesday july 3, 1974 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234 scuba of my serving the Conn Mitis of i tut Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Mudra pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne i threate Ridgewood Mark or circulation integrity Library Ohio 1932 Ava. A cd la Jno is. 43211 to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234
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