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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - May 22, 1974, Cincinnati, OhioShe d been a Julie was to have 4new Start sixteen year old Julie Egbers parents planned to give her a new Start in september. She was to begin her senior year at the ursuline school in Brown county and at easter time she came Home from Emerson North Hospital to a visit. Easter saturday april Library Ohio i 1933 vel co i us a Usa 61 i ii Ohio 43211 it a i u Noh it by amp not 9830 display advertising amp news dial 531-023 13, she left the House around 11 30 . And never returned. Exactly one month later last monday May 1st, she was found dead. Julie s parents Bob and Margaret Egbers 6314 Kincaid ave., pleasant Julie Egbers Ridge say their daughter was suffering from severe depression and had been since she entered Emerson for treatment last september. A she d been running Quot her Mother said. She was first found missing August 29 and was later found september 14. A a she a move around just enough so police could t find her Quot mrs. Egbers recalls. Sample medications were found in the trailer where her body was discovered monday by an employee at sicking moving and storage company 6042 Montgomery re. Her parents say they Are upset Over recent press coverage they feel played upon the possibility their daughter May have been addicted to drugs. A we re very upset about the accent on the drug situation Quot mrs. Elegers said. A a it a been hard enough. She was suffering from depression an intense a student at Regina High to the past two years june was a shy girl without Many close friends although she was an excellent Tennis player her parents say she had begun to Loee interest. A we thought maybe she should get in with souse new friends get a new View Point. She had some problems and we wanted to give her a Quot new Start Quot her Mother said. At Emerson Julie made what her Mother said were a very Good Julie a problem did not Stem from an unhappy family situation her parents Sav. A was a matter of fact the afternoon she left her brother and Hia friends. Took her out with them to play at a miniature Golf course. Later on she helped me in. The Kitchen. That a Why it was such a Shock a a mrs. Egbers said. Residents to attend hearing Columbia township residents plan to appear before Hamilton county commissioners june 5, in Masae to oppose a plan to put apartments on 36 area of Stewart re. Property. A1 John president of the Columbia township homeowners association says a Contact committee has been formed to organize car pools and babysitting so residents can attend the meeting 9 30 . In room 224 of the Hamilton county courthouse. John says he expects 200 persons to show in opposition to a plan being proposed by Developer Stuart Jacobs who wants to build an 149-unit apartment development on the pm services were held thursday morning at nativity Church. Julie attended nativity Grade school to eight years. Her father Robert is president of the pleasant Ridge Community Council. Her Mother is Well known in the Community through her work with the three Hills neighbourhood girl scouts. Julie is also survived by her sister Kristian and Brothers Mark Kurt and Gregory. A coroners report on the cause of death was not yet available at press time. Serving the communities of my a i Montgomery Amberly Village Indian Hilt Madeira pm rent it Der Brecon Kennedy Heights Sih Ertons Kenwood Deer Park Ridgewood mask of circulation into grit Cincinnati Ohio. Wednesday May 22, 1974 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 5310234 Grassy Meadows abound in Indian Hill generous donors healthy Village purse responsible for Success of Green areas live wire several front lawns on Pfeiffer re. Were singed when a High voltage Power line broke at one end and Tell on Pfeiffer re. Yards West of 1-71 in Blue Ash Friday night. Blue Ash police said wind from a rain storm apparently cd used the wire to break. The meeting of wet ground and live wire resulted in something that looked and sounded like an explosion. Police said no injuries were reported but the wire continued to snap and Burn for about two hours until cd amp i a a Otot . Of ced on the scene and put it. Photo three arrested a Connor City employees suspended two Silverton service department employees have been suspended from their jobs following arrests on charges of Petit theft made by police Friday. A warrant for the arrest of a third City employee was issued by police Early monday. Spokesmen for the residents will be their attorney Ralph Kohnen jr., Johns by Cunningham the association s treasurer and Madeira mayor Dan Mcdonald. Possible heart attack Clara Moore 4012 of Leary Apt. 4, suffered a possible heart attack May 16. She was taken to jewish Hospital by Deer Park life squad. Free Box seats to reds Gomes await person whose name appear in Csini classified Section. Scheduled to appear before mayor Richard Benken in court last night were Perry love Wayne Lane and Frank Titcomb. All Are charged with stealing City Gas from pumps at the City garage. Love and Lane were served notices of suspension by City clerk Joe Pohlman monday. Police were still seeking Titcomb monday. Clerk Pohlman refuted any comment on the suspension notice except to confirm that they had been police chief Ken Dye said police began a staking out Quot the garage after a private citizen tipped them that someone was taking Gas from cite pumps. Dye said the citizens tip was confirmed by another Shroder meeting teacher Cut backs and curriculum changes will be topics to be discussed at a Shroder Junior High parents meeting monday june 3, 7 30 . In the auditorium. Shroder will lose eight teachers next year out of a staff of 28, which will mean changes in curriculum class size and attendance procedure principal Ray Solomon said. Parents of 8th and 9th graders Are especially urged to attend the meeting. Resident and by police during investigation. I done to want to go into any More details because it might jeopardize their civil rights Dye said. Street lights approved for Sycamore Sycamore township trustees wednesday approved erection of 29 Street lights in the Kugler Mill Woodlawn Myrtle Beech and like area. The lights which should be up by the end of june were petitioned for by property owners in the area. Residents will be assessed 13 cents per front foot to be paid with december tax Bills. Trustees said they would investigate the possibility of putting a Bike path on the North Side of Kugler Mill re. From charter Oak to Weatherfield le., at the request of Gil Sheard 8406 Weatherfield. Trustee Jim Bechtold said residents in the area requested a sidewalk to be constructed at the same place in 1967, but several property owners on Kugler Mill refused to Grant easements. A the problem is getting ten foot easements from five property owners on Kugler Mill a Bechtold said. He denied the arrests were any result of an ongoing investigation in activities of the service department. That a just the kind of thing we done to want to get started. We re not investigating anything. When we get a complaint we investigate. If we find out someone is taking gasoline we investigate it he said. Dye said he does not have any More suspects at present. Perry love an employee with the service department for three years says he feels he has been a set love filed discrimination charges against the City two months ago with the Ohio state civil rights commission along with former City employee Kenneth Ware who was fired from his Job. According to love employees at the service department had an understanding with safety service director Jim Crow that they could get a a gallon or two Quot of City Gas in Case of an emergency. Love says he Aid this about a week ago when his wife a car ran out of Gas. A a in a not the Only one a a love said. A you can go All the Way to the top and find out everybody has gotten Gas at one time or another. In be gotten set up to some a if the Hoys asked for gasoline they could have a gallon or two to Start their car Quot Crow said. �?o1 paid for it myself. There was an agreement with the City Council we could do Crow says he kept records of Gas used along with other records to each employee. Results of the appearances in mayors court were not available at press time. Inside of Sycamore plans 52nd annual commencement exercises Page 4a. Memorial Day parades set Page 3a. Knothole news sports Page 8a. Students at Amity decorate Walls with murals Page 7a. Regina school Board responds Reader reaction Page 2. To jewish Paul n a Gelson 3658 mantel s. Offered a possible heart. Track May 14. He was removed from his doctors off be and taken to jewish by Deer Park life squad. B amp e reported someone pried open a Coin Box at the Matic Spray car Wash Kenwood re. Saturday and took $15 in change Blue Ash police said. By Carol Pucci with the rising Cost of an acre of land in Moat Well heeled suburban communities City officials find themselves hard pressed to find and Purchase the volume of Park land residents need and want. In Indian Hill where property values Are just about As High As they can be expected to go anywhere residents have at their disposal More publicly owned open space per person than any other Community in the county. The Village has such an abundance of Grassy Meadows and Virgin forests 1,800 acres for a head count of 6000a recent study made by the Ohio Kentucky Indiana regional planning authority noted the Village had a 1,500 acre surplus of open area compared to other communities. These figures were based on the Oki Assumption that every 1000 persons require 10 acres of open space. V All other communities including Cincinnati came tip Short when put to the test. Indian Hill a Success Story lies in its 33 year old Green areas program. Much of the open land the Village owns was bought Over the years with surplus funds coming out of a healthy Village purse filled mainly with Revenue from inheritance and intangible taxes. Much of the land has been donated to the Village by the prominent and not so prominent who have died left the Village for one reason or another or who still live there. Some of the Village owned land lies inside the corporation limits. About half of it lies outside protecting the Village perimeters from what Village manager a. Wray White Calls a Honky took a most of it just sits a White says. A the Village does very Little in the Way of maintaining any of the parcels that have been by this he does not mean that maintenance Crews do not take care of the 1800 acres of Village owned property. They do. But for the most part Village Green areas Are left in their natural state undeveloped and Are used mainly by Village residents for hiking Riding and picnicking. For those who prefer More Active recreation the Village owns a Lodge Tennis courts a 10.5 acre tract of land on Indian Hill rd., now being developed As a picnic area and a 16-acre Village playground. Properly in Indian Hill goes on the Market for a starting Price of about $20.-000 an acre and goes As High As $50,000. However the Village has not paid those prices for the land it own a. For instance the Village bought its largest tract of land the 194-acre Shawnee Ridge farm for $1000 an acre. Much of the land has been donated and some has been acquired by the Village in a combination gift purchases. Deed restrictions on some Green areas dictate that the land can never be sold. Other parcels could be but the policy is not to White says. In the past the Village purchased land with Money left Over in the general fund. But in 1974, there is no longer such a thing As a a a surplus of Money and so the Village will probably Stop Purchas ing land unless the Purchase Price is donated White says. Village Green areas Are improved and maintained through a Green areas endowment fund administered by a Green areas committee made up of Community residents. Money for the fund comes from donations and dividends and interest earned on stocks and Bonds donated to the Village. The Village also charges a $25 fee for a License to use bridle trails in Green areas. Most Village owned Green area is marked with posts stamped with the imprint of a Tulip Leaf. Donor have included such Well known families As the Albers the Chester Kroe ers the Stanley Rowes and the o. A Gray Vanderbilt. The villages largest tract of open land the Shawnee Ridge farm is the site of the annual banter trials and last saturday was. Used by the Miami Valley Pony club for its first an Nual horse show. The area like All Green areas is open to anyone for hikes walks or Riding member of the Green areas committee once planned to put in a ski slide on a Steep Grade at the Shawnee Ridge farm. A the idea was dropped because there a just not enough cold weather Quot White said. Early deadline due to the memorial Day Holiday news and photo deadline for the May -29 Issue of suburban lire will be Friday May 24 at 10 . Advertising deadline is 3 . Friday. Vandalism at country club two juveniles were arrested m connection with vandalism done at the Kenwood country club Madeira May 10. Police chief Phil Hudson said police arrested two area 17-year-Olds two Days later. Damage was in excess of $500. Vandals broke into a storage area damaged Golf carts and damaged a Green by driving Over it with a cart that had a Flat tire. Marking the Way i Indian Hill Village owned Green arts and bridle Trail Are Merced a ilk prop Riate signs to riders and hikers know that the property is publicly owned

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