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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - June 19, 1974, Cincinnati, OhioEditor leaving Hehman named Maureen Hehman hag been named news editor of Northeast suburban life replacing Carol Pucci who has resigned to accept a bus Ilion with a suburban Aston newspaper. Mrs. Hehman editorial assistant to miss Pucci during the part year attended Marquette University the University of Denver and is an Honor graduate of the University of Cincinnati where she majored in English. Her High school Days were spent at the Summit country Day school. A free Lance writer for various area publications she and her husband John and a daughter. Heather Are residents of Hyde Park. In Dayton miss Pucci will be a City government reporter with the Kettering Oakwood times Centerville Bellbrook Edi in Madeira m a Maureen Hehman. News editor Tion. One of the states most honoured publications. She became editor of suburban life in january of 1972, succeeding Helen h. Fix who retired. The Issue of june 26 will be her last. Tornadoes prompt new ordinances Madeira councilmen have directed solicitor George Patterson to prepare two disaster preparedness ordinances As a result of Tomazos that hit the area recently. The planning. Zoning and research committee of Council has recommended that tie Downs be required for All Mobile Homes used As residences and that All Mobile Home Parks have adequate shelters in Case of an emergency. A the idea Here would be to give the people an underground shelter to which they would Retreat a a committee chairman Carl Schneider said. An ordinance will also be prepared that will require All newly built Homes to have an adequate basement for shelter. This will not necessarily mean a full basement. Schneider said. Street resurfacing streets to be resurfaced this year include Fowler North and South Timberland Miami Hills Cherokee Mardel Johnson Arnett and Agusta. Councilman Allen Reed warned that City streets Are in need of More than a a cosmetic jobs and Money will have to be found to do repair jobs. A ifctflf1 will twain�1 n Madeira Otty manager George babe said after meeting with representatives from the sycamore1 senior must Multi service Center he recommends that the Madeira recreation association consider contributing funds to the Center. A if not i strongly recommend that Council consider financially assisting this organization a he said. Fourty one senior citizens who Are members of the Center live in Madeira. Although it is partially supported by a Federal Grant now the Center must be totally funded through Community donations next year. So far the cities of Blue Ash and Montgomery have contributed funds in the form of a contracts for burglaries several House burglaries were reported by Silver on residents june 14, 15 and 16. James Mcgee 3840 Oak Crest reported that a watch valued at $92 and Cash were taken from his Home when someone Tore open a screen and entered through a bedroom window june 14. Police believe two burglaries that occurred on the 15th Are related. Claude Alexander 3824 Woodford rd., reported that a Lawn Mower was taken from his unlocked garage around 5 30 . Donald Murphy 7130 Plainfield rd., reported that a motorcycle valued at $750 was removed from his garage Between Midnight and 11 30 . On the 16th, Herbert Tuente 6752 placet pm reported that $6 Worth of Small items were taken from his Home sometime Between Midnight and 3 .a Good sport be a Good sport like mrs. Charles Eastlake. She no longer needed a membership to a local swim club and sold it immediately through a Conj instant action classified. If you be invested in something you no longer need Call 731-7170 and convert it to Cash. Besides that think of the enjoyment it will afford the l Ayer inside cite Over dispute de Yeloz it of pay raises in Deer 2. Knothole news p. 6. Have work rent a kid p. 10. Big brother in Home editorial p. 2. The Library Ohio histories 1932 Velua ays Lou a ii l-11 pn2 st a Cuiss m Oats society 43211 1 cow it ltd a to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by fio monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 serving the communities of Blue Ash Montgomery a am be hey it luge Indian Hilt Madeira a pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Sib Erian Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood an k or circulation integrity vol. Xiii no. 47 Cincinnati Ohio wednesday june 19, 1974 4415 Montgomery cd. Phone 531-0234on Blue Ash Airport citizens group Calls for new environmental Impact study in other action a members of the Madeira auxiliary police department were sworn in by mayor Dan Mcdonald. A Council received a letter from Bill Fackler 7285 Berwood dr., stating that there has been no drainage problem on his property As other persons on Berwood have stated. Fackler said he would be opposed to any attempt by the City to assess residents for storm sewer wont veto Park planning Montgomery mayor Robert Novak has decided not to veto an authorizing a planning study to be made at Swaim Fields Golf course passed by Council june 5. Novak said instead he will allow the measure logo unsigned which makes it automatic Law within ten Days after passage. A i would be overridden 5 to 0.�?� Novak said a i object to it but i done to want to hold up the process because i want to see this Oto the ballot on the ballot in Novak says he objects to spending $3000 on a planning study for land that has not been approved by voters for Purchase. Council has expressed its intent to put an Issue on the november ballot pertaining to the Purchase of Swaim Fields for a Community recreation site. Novak said he will also not sign an ordinance preventing any building permits to be issued for 90 Day for property on Montgomery and Weller ., the future site of an extend a care nursing Hume facility. A a in a not that hot on it but again it do any Good to veto it a the mayor said. By Carol Pucci an environmental Impact statement on the proposed federally funded runway at the Blue Ash Airport is inaccurate and was not prepared according to guidelines net Forth by the National environmental policy act Nepa of 1969, the Blue Ash concerned citizens league says. Members Are asking that it be withdrawn. In a letter addressed to passed resolutions opposing the runway. A a few of the Many comments and statements made by the citizens Are included in the final draft statement of december 6, hut these comments and news items were not relative to nor did they apply to the Impact statement a the leagues letter said. A the omission of Many pertinent comments by citizens regarding the Adverse effect a on the environment Etc. Indicates Bias and prejudice. No meeting wan Ever held for Airport discussion Between the sponsoring Agency and continued on Page 10 the Council of environmental Quality sedated May 22, the concerned citizens cited numerous inaccuracies in the statement and asked that a new one be prepared. I Rosneek research committee chairman said in the four Page letter documented with minutes from Council meetings from the past two years that the Impact statement reflects misstatements of facts misrepresentations of the project. As a whole Lack of citizen involvement and omission of pertinent information. Furthermore records show no Public hearings were Ever Jweid Between citizens and Airport tel sent Tive and although the National environmental policy act states that citizens must he notified that an Impact statement is being made members of the league say they were not aware one existed until May of this year. The final draft of the statement was submitted in december of 1972. Although Nepa procedures slate that a copy of the final Impact statement should he sent to All citizen groups interested mrs. Rosneek said the league did t receive a. Copy of the Slat ment until she travelled to the Cleveland office of the Faa on May 6. The league is also objecting to instances in the Impact statement that refer to citizen Cement made at a a pm Blic these comments were made at City Council meetings not specially called Public hearings the league letter says. Notice of an offer to hold a Public hearing did appear in daily papers on february a 1972. A nobody saw the notice or knew what it meant. People never realized you had to ask for a hearing in order to get one so no one showed up a mrs. Rozneck recalls. The Impact stale Tell says because no one requested a hearing it can h assumed the there is w controversy relating to a environmental social or economic Impact of the improvements on the however Council minutes from a meeting held april 22, 1971, show Many residents made comments opposing the runway and on May 27, a petition bearing 1200 signatures of persons opposed was submitted to Blue Ash Council. A now would t you think if ample Opportunity was Given for a Public hearing at least one of these 1200 people would have shown up Quot mrs. Rosneek asked. The Impact statement also does not mention the fact that both the cities of Deer Park and Reading new Wise Center members of the Isaac m. Wise Temple 8th and Plum st., have tentative plans to Start construction on and administrative Center in the fall according to Jacob Stein president of the congregation. Providing it can be financed by donations from members the $ 1,200,000 Structure will be built on 30 acres of land the congregation owns on Ridge re. In Amberley Village. Housed there will be classrooms for 500 students who will attend classes mid week and on sundays a Library administrative offices an All purpose room sealing 250 and a Small Chapel also seating 250. A we will continue to use the Plum st. Synagogue As the primary Sanctuary. However this does not Rule out having some portions of our services at the new building Quot Stein said. Presently the congregation holds instructional classes at the Losantiville school. Target Date for occupancy in the new Amberley Center is september of 1975. Architects Are Gartner Burdick and Bauer Nilsen. Home birth a Success Faith Strong while dad delivers baby by Maureen Hehman Ronald Emerson Dean 9 i pounds made his Way into the world last thursday 3 15 ., without a Stopover at the Hospital. His parents. Faith and Frank Dean planned it that Way to have their baby bom at his Home on Home ave., Silverton surrounded by those prepared to love him the most possible food poisoning Myron Herman 5723 Marmion pleasant Ridge was taken to Bethesda North Hospital by the Deer Park life squad june 13. He was taken from his doctors office possibly suffering from food poisoning. Bead ass i classifieds to see if you re won tickets to a Beds game. Its not hard to love Randy. At just under 24 hours old he was already a sturdy Rosy baby. His eyes Are open and he can grasp his mothers fingers tenaciously with his Small hands. He did t need a slap to get him going. He signalled his arrival with a loud cry at mid birth. Minutes later assisted by his father Frank he completed his entry into the world. A Praise the lord a were the words spoken by Faith and Frank at that moment. The baby a brother Jonathon Dean 21 months came running into the room shortly when the baby was still covered with his protective covering Callea remix. A baby baby Quot Jonathon exclaimed As he touched the Newborn softly. The Deans think having a baby is a family affair. Their other children Nancy 10 Richard and Rhett 9 and Jonathon were All bom in hospitals. Faith told herself she would net have another baby in the Hospital after she was Given a spinal at the birth of Jonathon she had requested natural childbirth with no anaesthesia. The Deans attended classes Given by the Hus band coached natural childbirth association. These classes Are designed to Aid parents in Hospital births hut the Deans Learned the techniques for Home birth. They were also Given an extensive Reading list and the Deans read avidly about childbirth White awaiting the baby. Most people tried to talk them out of it. They could not find one doctor who would agree to assist the Home delivery. They did find a doctor to give Faith prenatal care. Faith was in Good health and the baby was in position to be bom. Things looked Well. A a rent to you afraid something will go wrong Quot was the question asked by sceptical friends and those special Council meeting hiring a planner for the business District and contracting for construction of Bike paths will be subject of a special Council meet ing to be held in Montgomery tonight 8 . At the Community building. Who Learned of the Deans intention to have their a by at Home. A the lord is going to be with us a is the Way the couple responded. A if you can Trust the lord that when you die he will take care of you for All eternity you re in pretty bad shape if you can to Trust him for 15 minutes during birth a Frank commented. The family attends Calvary Baptist Church in Deer Park. The Deans said that through their Reading they Learned that 94 c of All births Are spontaneous. They believe that Many problems arising at birth Are a result of unnatural interferences such As induced labor anaesthesia and forceps. In the event of a real emergency the Dean s had arranged to Call their doctor and be admitted to mercy Hospital. Franks Mother mrs. Jesse Susan Dean of Dayton. Kentucky was on hand when labor began at 7 15 . She has Home ten children herself. But it was Frank who attended Faith while mrs. Dean looked after Jonathon. The Deans Bubble Over with happiness talking deadlines deadline for All Church dub and scout news is Friday noon for the following wednesdays paper. Deadline for All other news is monday noon. About the experience. They qualify it though they say they Are not on a crusade to have All babies born at Home. But they think parents should be Able to have Home birth if they want. It seems More natural and family like to them. Ronny is such a Strong Lusty lad Faith and Frank think he might be a football player. But they done to care they just want him to have a Happy full life. He has had an auspicious beginning. Trying to describe her Joy at the baby a birth Faith smiled rather shyly and said quietly a i Don t know How to give the right to. A Jagl l a if 11 % i w �7 amp a a a r i w i it al f l. A a in 1 at \ a As a at w w a of Tyr Iffe Ziniti ii. A a. Wjk an Early father s Day present was Ronald Dean born last thursday to or. And mrs. Frank Dean. Dean delivered his son at the family s Home 6925 Home ave., Silverton. The baby s Mother Faith shows off her Newborn son. He weighted 9 its pounds it birth has Blue eyes and shows every indication of being a future football player. Proud father Frank says the baby is
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