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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - June 22, 1977, Cincinnati, OhioNews in Brief significant facts of life on two cold tuesday night in january a the 4th and 18th to be exact a Telephone rang in 203 randomly selected Home in the area served by Northeast suburban life. Calling were representatives of data probe �?T77 who wanted to know a few fact of life. Things like do you receive the newspaper who reads it what is read and so on. We know persons interviewed will be interested in the results just released by the researchers. Their findings however were so alarm Gay favourable to All departments involved in our weekly Effort that we though wed share them with All our readers. For example 97% of the Homes surveyed regularly received suburban life a tribute to our circulation department and carriers. Readership 96% by female head of the household and 81% by All other family members 64% always read the Community news which brought smiles from the editorial staff. Advertising and we quote a nine out of ten readers of Northeast suburban life claim to do the bulk of their shopping in the area where they not to mention Csini classifieds used by Over half of those surveyed. Most of the respondents 29% were in the 50-64 age group with those Ages 35-49 close behind at 28%. How s that for starters Deer Park school budget estimate $4.2 million Deer Park school Board adopted a preliminary general fund budget of $4.22 million at its meeting last week. The highest single expense category is salaries at $2.37 million. Contracts for such things As water sewage Gas and electric phone and trash pickup is budgeted under a supplies Quot at $359,340. Fixed charges such As state determined payments into employees retirement fund Workman a com station taxes and insurance Are budgeted at $415,07 the Board has budgeted $126,617 under a a contingent open at $415,070. A her a a contingent capital outlay is budgeted at $499,100. This in Clu a eludes Money for building improvements Black Topping and possible conversion of heating systems. Deer Park school Board estimates it will receive $1.95 million from property taxes and $958,252 from the state foundation. It is income along with an estimated balance of $1.25 million in Jan. 1978 and other sources of income will bring income and expenses in balance according to Board estimates. Amberley Village a namesake of Small English Village Amberley Village councilman Charles p. Hagner jr., recently returned from several weeks in England where he and his wife Margaret visited a Small Community which played a part in naming Amberley Village. While driving through the cotswold area they stopped in Amberley England a Community of about a thousand persons. The Only businesses were an inn and a Village lanes Ana architecture had a familiar a Aback Home Quot look for the hangers. They Learned this English Village was a favorite visiting place of Herbert French. He donated the land for the municipal building at the time the Community was organized As Amberley Village the name apparently Insp de by Amberley England. At danger Point must save water in Indian Hill Indian Hill Mavor residents to curtail Lawr less time in the Shower hold Robert Krehbiel has asked sprinkling this summer spend Leas time in the Shower hold Shrub and Flower watering to a minimum use dishwashers Only when fully loaded and eliminate car washing in an Effort to conserve the City a water. Because of a drought which is reaching serious proportions in Ohio the water table in in dts a Hills Well Field has fallen to 34 feet below the surface Only two feet above the danger Point. Normal for this time of year is 26feet, Krehbi Elsaid. A during the past 18 months rainfall in the i Dian Hill water system service area has declined from an average of about four inches per month to Little More than 2.5 inches per month a Krehbiel said. An unfavourable Long Range rain forecast by the Ohio department of natural resources makes matters even worse he added. Krehbiel also suggested that residents repair leaking plumbing and place a Brick in each toilet water Reservoir to displace water that would otherwise be wasted. A cooperation with this program is essential and unless rainfall is forthcoming soon and in sufficient quantities More stringent conservation measures will a to be instituted Quot Krehbiel said be Silverton Cic study done ready for review the planner hired by Silverton Community improvement corporation to recommend rejuvenation of the City a downtown area has completed his study. Tom Beckwith of Kef company said All figures in the study Are Complete including estimated Coats and estimated returns to the City on various phases of the project. Silverton Cic president Everett Foster said the Cic will meet within about 10 Days to review the study. Foster said the Cic would recommend Council action on several of the least controversial phases of the proposed revitalization plan. He said the entire study would be made a recommendation to Cic. This Agency will decide which elements of it to recommend for City implementation. One 1 property roads near the City building. One owner there Eugenia Tion of the Snag in the revitalization Effort is in City Acquini is at Montgomery and Plainfield Susskind has accepted the City a offer for her property. George Chantilas however the other owner in that Block has rejected the City a offer and has hired attorney Harry Pappas to represent him in the matter. Hamilton county through its Community development cd office has made available $80,000 to acquire the properties and $10,000 to help the businesses there in relocation. So far Only $1,100 of this sum has been disbursed according to the cd office $200 to Jones Hammel and Avery attorneys and $900 to Albert j. White an appraiser. The cd has also made available $8,400 and an additional $3,350 to pay for the planning study by Kef. Library Ohio historical society 1982 Veloa ave Columbus Ohio 43211 a it u. S. P03t bulk is a n Cincinnat p in �1 j a to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 4 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 cd no innate Subt ban newspapers inc. Blue Ash Montgomery Amberly Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood mask or circulation integrity vol. Xiv no. 47 15c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday june 22, 1977 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234 father slays wife self son survives family killings by Laurie Petrie events last sunday fathers Day May forever Mark the life of Young Todd st. John for on that Day he narrowly escaped death at the hands of his own father. Todd is listed in satisfactory condition at children a Hospital although on monday he was still in the intensive care unit after undergoing Quot to is father Glenn st. John shot the 12-year-old boy five times in their Home at 4004 Lansdowne ave. In Deer Park. He then put Down the .22-caliber handgun telephoned Deer Eark police for an am glance picked up a .410 gauge Shotgun held it to is left Cheek and fired. Earlier that morning Glenn st. John shot and killed his wife from whom he was separated at her apartment at 4233 e. Galbraith rd., Deer Park. At 10 06 . Deer Park police received a Call from a tenant of that apartment building who reported that a woman had been beat up said police chief John Niehaus. When police arrived they found Betty st. John 41, lying on the floor of her apartment near death with wounds on her head that indicated she had been beaten. Quot at first the officer did no to notice the Small Caliper Bullet wounds in her head. He did no to know immediately that she had been shot a said chief Niehaus. Betty st. John was taken to Bethesda North Hospital where she died at 12 20 . An hour later her son Todd was on the operating table while doctors repaired his wounds two shots into the right Abdomen one through his right hand and one into his jaw. A fifth wound was Only a Nick police said. Although the Hoy was heavily sedated he was Able to give a statement to police. According to chief Niehaus Todd said his father left the House that morning then came Back woke him up and told hire to go into the bathroom. Todd told police that when he came out of the bathroom his father said a a in a sorry. I did something bad or wrong Quot then Todd told police his father shot him and Todd Lay Down on a bed or his father carried him to a bed called police and requested two ambulances one at his wife a apart met and one at his House then took his own life. Glenn and Betty st. John both worked at . Playing card co., Beech st and Park ave. In Norwood. Glenn John was a supervisor on the second shot in charge of the varnishing department which applies the protective coating to playing cards. According to police the st John family lived in Deer Park a Little less than two years. About six weeks ago Betty st John moved out of their red Brick Home on Lansdowne to the e. Galbraith re. Apartment across the Street from Todd a school Amity elementary. Todd lived with his Mother during the week and spent weekends v a. Father police said. No a ral other family members have been with Todd at the Hospital two Brothers of Glenn st. John and Betty st. Johns sister. Police believe that one of these people May take the boy. Strong dog ordinance passed Bowser better behave in Amberley Village by Bill Robbins coping with dogs running at Large in Amberley Village is expected to be easier under a new ordinance approved by Council at its june 13 meeting. The new Law forbids dogs to run on Public property or on the private property of another. A dog must be under direct control of its owner when not on the owners property. This Means leasing or somehow restraining or otherwise controlling a dog. Passed As an emergency measure effective immediately the new ordinance provides for citation of a dogs owner on complaint of one person. Three complaints were required to get an animal restricted and the owner cited in an older ordinance which was repealed. Fines up to $50 can be imposed in mayors court if the owner is found guilty. Amberley Village residents have complained of a recent increase in the number of dogs running at Large. An Albrook drive woman expressed fear for children a safety and told Council a Large German Shepherd dog came into her Yard and bit her husband before the animal was driven off. Many Candales for Village manager mayor w7 Henry Blohm says More than 20 candidates have applied for the Post of Amberley Village manager to succeed Thomas Wesson who resigned in March. Mayor Blohm says applications Are under review and selection is expected soon. Names of applicants were not disclosed As is the usual practice. Salary is subject to negotiation. One time Village manager Hugh Graff is serving now in an acting capacity. Budget hearing july 11 a Public hearing on the 1978 tentative budget will be held by am Derriey Village Council at its july 11 session. No estimate of the total budget proposal was disclosed but the curent-1977 budget provides for almost $771,000 to cover operating expenses capital expenditures and obligations. Garage sales a concern Amberley Village officials Are looking into so called a garage sales Quot which appear to be increasing in the Community with no apparent control in present Village ordinances. Council worn an Barbara Steinberg raised the question of regulating such sales and the practice of attaching advertisements for them on Utility poles and Village signs. Councilman Walter h. Meyer suggested a study of How Many such sales at the same location constitute forbidden business operations what determines value of Sale and whether sales taxes Are collected. He stops. Frank Cir nolo jr., is one life newspaper and a snaps top paper earners. He won the most recent service award drawing at Csini and was awarded a $25 savings Bond. Frank carries papers in the n. Clippinger area. He is the son of or. And mrs. . Cir nolo of Madeira Hills or. Frank is a graduate of st. Gertrude Grade school and Wilt be going to Moeller High school in the fall. We and our readers appreciate such Good delivery service. Independence Boulevard Madeira mayor Dan Mcdonald has proclaimed that Miami ave. Be known As Independence Boulevard for july fourth in memory of and honouring those who have fought to preserve our country a Independence. Bagpipe highlights service crucifer Don Mcclanahan and pipe major Lomond Nimmo Lead the choir and congregation out of All saints episcopal Church pleasant Ridge Follower 4 the Celebration of the holy eucharist on Pentacost sunday june 5. Pen Tanoai the coming of the holy spirit celebrates the a birthday of the Christian 1977 is the second year that Nimmo and his bagpipe Haa highlighted the pen Throst service marking the beginning of a tradition at All saints. It from Silverton pharmacy Large amount of narcotics stolen burglars broke into Pfiester a pharmacy at 7220 Montgomery rd., Silverton sometime during the night of june 15 Ana a cleaned out Quot the narcotics in the store according to Silverton police. Police sgt. Surgi ars a pack first broke through door into the Mitre Box an adjacent business. They entered the basement of this store and then used crowbars to Knock out Cement blocks in the basement Wall separating the two businesses. By entering this Way no alarm rang in the drugstore Nunn said. The burglars also stole an estimated $670 Worth of assorted Art works from the first store. The burglary was not discovered until the next morning when or. Pfleater came to open the store. Nunn said the crime appears to be the work of professionals. The police ave no immediate suspects hut Are investigating the Case. They have notified Cincinnati area police departments and Renu the regional drug busting unit of details of the crime. Fire chief tells How buildings Are inspected the Beverly Hills supper club fire tragedy prompted a report at Madeira councils june 13 meeting from Indian Hill Madeira fire chief de Lewis on building inspection procedures in Madeira. The plans for any Public building to be constructed in Madeira go to the City manager and then Are reviewed by the City a plans inspector to make sure they agree with the National fire prevention code and with state building codes Lewis said. The inspection Bureau of the fire company then reviews the drawings and proceeds with follow up inspections. All High a occupancy buildings nursing n o his0# schools and restaurants Are inspected every other month Lewis said. Smaller businesses Are inspected three times a year. If a violation is found it is corrected on the spot if Pobu possible. If not the idling owner Haa 24 hours to Correct it. The fire department then re inspects and if the violation is not corrected a written order is delivered to the owner and he is Given another 24 hours. If the situation is still not satisfactory the owner is cited to mayors court Lewis said. Lewis said that firemen frequently have been inspecting restaurants now out of uniform and during the dinner hour. Night inspections Are also frequent he said. A we find that during the Day everything seems to be Fine but its when people go Home at night and so on that they get careless sometimes Quot Lewis said. Inspection records Are maintained for All Public building and a report is issued at the end of the year Lewis said. W budget hearings to be held now is the time when cities and school boards Are preparing their budget for 1978. Indian Hill will review its budget june 27, 8 . At the City building. Montgomery will hold it budget hearing june 30, 8 . In the City building. Madeira budget hearing is july 11, As is Amberley villages. Blue Ash budget hearing will be july 14, 7 30 . At the City building. Sycamore school Board budget hearing is july 11, 7 30 . At Sycamore High. The budget hearing wifi replace the regular monthly school Board meeting. Copies of proposed budgets Are available at City or school Board offices. Some cities and boards have not yet announced their budget hearings. We will print this information As it becomes available to us or Call your local school and City governments. Its our Money being budgeted b Weller Bridge to be closed Weller Hoad bridal m Montgomery will be closed for renovation work for eight weeks july 5 through aug. 6. The Bridge area will be closed from Indian Woods Road to Weil Road. Weller Road Kemper to Weil and Weil roads will be open to traffic providing Access to the area beyond the Weller Road Section closed to traffic. The old Bridge will be replaced with a new one. The county is providing most of the funds for the work. Crime prevention suggestions Blue Ash residents can replace their old operation identification stickers with brighter More durable ones now available at the police station. Bring proof or Blue Ash residency to obtain a sticker. Blue Ash police add this reminder be sure to bring any new valuables you Purchase to the police station to be engraved for identification in Case of theft. If you have any questions about crime prevention in Blue Ash Call Bud 791-0330. Inside off sports news pages 4, 6 new makers Page 16 brides Church news and happenings Page 14 Sycamore school land up for second auction Page 8 local graduate writes irreverent first novel Page 24

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