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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - July 26, 1978, Cincinnati, OhioNews in Brief at sea of Galilee Julie Havlovic daughter of or. And mrs. Joseph have Over. 5816 while Chapel in intent As she fishes in the Silver papered. Sea of Galilee in a basement classroom of the Madeira presbyterian Church. A Chance to fish in the sea of Galilee bake and weave in a biblical House learn hebrew in a synagogue acid make simple crafts in a biblical Carpenter shop and Trade in the marketplace Are ail offered in the churches summer program., Story Page 3 in school Board okays budget principal resigns Indian Hill Board of education approved an estimated budget of $5.836 million at its meeting july 19. This compares to a 1978 still estimated budget of $5.784 million and actual expenses of $5.362 million in 1977. The budget reflects an Overall inflation of goods and services of about six percent and 10 percent for Energy explained Jim Mooreman of the school District administrative staff. The budget also includes $50,000 for remodelling of Shawnee school into a Middle school. The Board accepted the resignation of Dan Shull Wyandot school principal who has accepted a Job As principal of an elementary so bowl in the Dakota school. District. Deborah Hunter has been named acting principal of Wyandot. There will be one less principal in the school District when the planned reorganization takes place in the 1979-80 school year. At that time students in grades kindergarten through 2 will attend Drake re. School grades 3-5, Wyandot school grades 6, 7 and 8, Shawnee and the High school students As at present. The Junior High will be closed and Board offices May be moved there the Board is also considering renting space to a school or Church group at the present Junior Hie site. M the fall pupils will attend classes in the same organization As last year Drake rd., k-2 Shawnee and Wyandot 3 6 Junior High 7-8 High school 9-12. The District is losing about 200 students yearly As the school age population declines in the area. This past year 1977-78, the school population was 2,819. It is expected to be about 2,619 in 1978-79. Kindergarten enrolment is Down particularly. There is a consequent decline in teaching staff As Many As six in 1977-78 and probably four teachers and a librarian in 1979-80. 1 Blue Ash police lieutenant position now on hold the City of Blue Ash will not appoint a new lieutenant until the suit filed by police department patrolmen Richard Fox Chris w Allace David Rice and Weldon Julian charging the City with changing the rules of eligibility for taking the lieutenants exam is resolved said Vic Suhm City manager. The civil service commission of Blue Ash ruled june 5 that patrolmen must have three years police experience in Blue Ash to qualify for the test that was Given june 30. The patrolmen say they were assured of an Opportunity to Advance at the end of one year when they were hired. The commission a sets the perimeters of the exam considering that the position of lieutenant is a second in command and an extremely responsible position a said Suhm. The last lieutenants exam was Given 7 or 8 years ago when the department was considerably smaller Suhm explained. A hearing August 7 in Hamilton county common pleas court will determine the Progress of the Case a v l a \ vote aug. 3 on retirement Village opposite harpers on aug. 3, 1 30 ., the Rural zoning commission will consider rezoning of 30 acres at Montgomery and Kemper roads opposite harpers Point Racquet club which would allow construction of a retirement Community. The $16 million project will then be reviewed by Hamilton county Board of commissioners possibly in september who will make the final determination on the rezoning except for the possibilities of ballot referendum or court action. The Community for Middle income and above residents would be built on 30 acres and include 313 private apartments 34 detached duplex cottages and 96-bed nursing Center. At a Public hearing july 17, most residents who attended were not in favor of allowing the zone change. They were concerned about the villages probable exemption from property taxes and the opening of the area to further commercial development. The group which wishes to develop the Community pointed out that the area would Benefit greatly in receiving Money from state collected inheritance taxes 50 percent of which revert to local use and that the Community would reimburse agencies for fire Protection services. The regional planning commission has Given its approval of the retirement Village. A. A 3" to j3 Libr amp by ill i Ohio historical society to. In lift 1982 Velma Aye. 933.3 Columbus Ohio 43211 to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 1 00 Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 Cincinnati Subt ban newspapers inc. A Blue Ash Mwau Gomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dolhn Vale Ridgewood Mark of circulation into Gowty vol. Xvi no. 52 15c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday july 26, 1978 1415 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234 Many have Low ignition Points a a a a a a. A. Off tymm 31 proposed chemical tanks draw fire by Gail Jordan Ashland chemical company a request for a special permit to build a bulk storage facility in the Cic Industrial Park came under fire at a Public hearing before the Blue Ash City Council last thursday. Ashland has asked Council for a permit to build storage for 35 Petroleum based chemicals in 43 above ground tanks ranging in size from 4,000 to 30,-000 gallon capacity off red Hill cd. The site is 00 feet from residential property on Northfield re. Fifteen of the chemicals Are classified As Glass i flammable and will ignite at temperatures ranging from ten below Zero to 85 degree fahrenheit. A we have operated for 39 years without problems a said an Ashland representative. The company has storage Parks in several Sites around Cincinnati including st. Bernard and Carthage. The proposed Blue Ash Park would Combine these into one facility the spokesman said. Several residents expressed fear about possible explosions Eithe at the site or in Tanker cars and trains carrying the chemicals. The recent explosions in Spain and. Mexico that took Many lives were mentioned. Residents of Northridge re. Also said they did not want to sit in their Hack Yards and look at the tanks. Company representatives responded by describing the elaborate fire safety precautions planned. They also assured the nearby residents that a Greenbelt would Block their View of the tanks. A these chemicals Are already in use in the area a a spokesman said. One of the reasons Blue Ash was chosen is because Many of Ashland a regular customers Are located Here he said. Blue Ash fire chief gift Ross visited the present Ashland storage Sites and told Council in a letter that changes of a. Major fire would he chief Ross explained however that if Vohland located in the City an additional 100 Gallons of foam would or needed for fire Protection. Chemical fires Are fought with foam not water his said. The storage plan has the approval of the Blue Ash planning commission. Approval has not been asked from the. Ohio environmental Agency an Epa Engineer told the group. The talk of fire Protection and precautions against explosion did not quiet the concern of Richard Daub 9460 Wax Wing. A these Are toxic chemicals a he said. He described a scene where a Cloud of leaking chemicals could Drift Over a Large Section of the area. The proposed ordinance has a provision that a a Vapours will be contained so As to be non disc Mable continued on Page 16 forms late in mailing no forms no excuse Silverton tax due by Shelley Ann Blau Silverton residents Are responsible for earnings tax payments despite the delay m receiving forms. At the City Council meeting july 20, tax commissioner Carl Hoerth or. Explained that there was a problem in getting the forms printed but they have now been mailed. The payment deadline for the one percent earnings tax is july 31 and residents Are expected to adhere to the Date according to Silverton clerk Bernard w. Pohlman. Forms Are available at the municipal building 24 hours a Day out Side the police department. tax is a Law and residents Are responsible for payment just As they Are responsible for payment of Federal income taxes Pohlman explained. At a special Council meeting july 7, Council authorized the Brewer company to begin Street resurfacing including Elwynne or. And other damaged thoroughfares. At the july 20 meeting Council authorized the Engineer to have the Carter company begin work on Woodford re. The Woodford re. Project will be funded by License fees a Bank loan and by the City of Cincinnati councilman Kenneth Davis told Council. He said he did not know it this time How much Cincinnati would contribute. In other business Council passed an ordinance allowing for the Purchase of a Public emergency vehicle at the Cost of $5,400. Councilman John doll requested two ordinances be drawn on behalf of the Law and contract committee one allowing 24-hour Street parking instead of the current 10 hour limit and one making it illegal to display a portable sign for More than 30 Days per year. Park vandalism discussed township hires woman to keep the grass Cut by. Bob guard Sycamore township trustees last thursday authorized the hiring of the first female grass Cutter on the township payroll. She is 18-year-old Beverly Dawn Maegly and although being female certainly did t Hurt Maegly a chances of Landing the Job it is far from being her Only qualification. Maegly a a Chauffer s License a degree in Law enforcement from an area vocational school and has worked As a Security guard at Kings Island. Sycamore trustees passed a Resolution giving the superintendent the authority to hire non get a employees for grass cutting work during the summer season. Township clerk Frank do Andrea objected to hiring the Young woman grass Cutter so quickly. A i think we re Rushing into something a he said. A a we should at least fill our present quota of five employees under the Ceta. It a it Gram. Two. We. Superintendent continued on Page 10 s pm \ at Deer Park the Public Library and Hamilton county cooperative Extension service Are sponsoring a series of six discussions about parents and children at the Deer Park Library. Gladys a Mcgee left Home economics program assistant with the county will conduct the sessions tuesday beginning aug. 1, 10 30-1 i . Lucanti Greenwood Keizer right children s librarian will conduct a. Pre school Story hour for 3-5 year Olds at the same Lime so that parents May bring their Young children to the Library. The first topic of discussion is timely during the summer a a travelling by automobile 1 other topics include discipline Parent child communications buying toys family councils and children s emotions. Books on child pairent relations will be available for Check out. Dick Hunter hospitalized Silverton councilman Richard Hunter came Home from the Hospital to celebrate his wife Verdellis birthday sunday. Hunter has been in Bethesda base Hospital undergoing treatment for a cardiac disorder. Although he returned to the Hospital monday morning Montgomery Kinder velt plans Bengal party which was the plan when he went Home for the Day sunday mrs. Hunter said everyone is optimistic about his recovery. Hunter did not suffer a heart attack his problem is believed to be a result of an in Fla ration around the heart. . Inside Bengal fund Raiser planning the Montgomery Kinder velt s Bengal Brunch Are standing from left mrs. Louis Wenstrup and mrs. Mary Weisbruch seated mrs. To Gibbs mrs. Nancy Montopoli and mrs. Barbara Pinter. A Apro private a action when or. Apro ran a a factory Csini classifieds for emf in applicants apply interviewed 58 on thursday 32 on help wanted and in Che asked that in person and apply they did. He in thursday 32 on Friday and 27 on monday. Even on tuesday six Days after the and first appeared 14 persons responded to the and need help put us to work for you. Call 731-7170 and have your message delivered to 85,000 Homes each mid week. Its easy inexpensive and effective. For sure. My by Terry Peters Montgomery Branch of Kinder velt 41 is having As its first project this year a drawing for 8 Bengal tickets to the oct. 29, Houston game and Brunch preceding it. The Brunch for 8 will be held at the winners Home with the Kinder velt members doing the catering and serving. Drawing tickets Are available for $1. The women of Kinder velt #41 Montgomery Are hard workers and Friendly. Not Only have they raised Money for children s Hospital medical Center but they have developed lasting friendships. Anyone in the Montgomery area is Welcome to join the group. In november Kinder velt #41 will participate with other units in the Kinder Klaus Mart unit members will make wooden tree ornaments doll brooms Christmas Centrepieces needlepoint eyeglass cases wooden toy boats and Teasel Trees. During the past year the Montgomery chapter raised Money for children s Hospital by sponsoring a skating parting at Northland ice Center in february and holding a garage Sale in april at the Home of a member. In april new officers were installed mrs. Joe Wenstrup president mrs. Jerry Montopoli vice preside ret/1 Liaison m a s. Gene Mcginn treasurer mrs. Tony Mcguire Sec Reta by m is. W i Siam Peters publicity chairman mrs. Richard Pinter project and Mart chairman and mrs. Fred Mcmillan membership chairman. Oft they helped found be Plant in Evendale 30 years ago Page 6 new makers Page 7 what was Nazareth like in Jesus time Page 3 sports news begins Page 4 a rags to richest Story a or almost Page 2 letters to the editor from Madeira police chief City councilman Page 2 my cleaning specialists since Trio pick up a of Clichy 321-5100 201 a Madison Road we buy diamonds and Diamond estates from 100 to 100,000 Call for appt. 793-6639 chemical storage on Agenda Blue Ash City Council tomorrow night is scheduled to vote on ordinances making the 1 percent earnings tax permanent granting three special permits. One is for a bulk storage facility for Petroleum chemicals for Ashland chemical co., another i for a resident Home for 15 mentally retarded adults on Hunt re. Near Plainfield and the third is for a Day care Center at the former Newman Center on Cooper re. Council is also expected to approve ,. Preliminary plat for the Sycamore Trace development and reappoint five members to various City boards. The Board appointments Are Carl Wilke 4513 chess Wick dr., to a second term on the Board of zoning appeals and Board of site arrangements Kenneth Moore 4470 classic dr., to a second term on the planning commission William Sikute 9566 Bluewing terr., to a second term on the civil service commission Charles Allen 5749 Cornell rd., to a second term to the charter revision committee and Susan Campbell 4506 chess Wick dr., to a. Second term on. The recreation Board. 214 acre new Park for county the state of Ohio yesterday presented Hamilton county Park District the title to 214 acres of land along Wooster Pike near the Little Miami River Between Mariemont and Terrace Park and up to Indian Hill. A presentation ceremony was held at the Queen City club. The new county Park will be called Kroger Hills Park. Blue Ash to fix streets Blue Ash streets slated to be repaired next month according to City officials include Victor Avenue Raven Lane Millington Canary Thrush Opal Swallow and Lark courts id Conklin Maynard Creek Zig Zag and Pfeiffer roads

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