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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - September 03, 1975, Cincinnati, OhioDeer Park High marchers strike up the band r a it k to x 1. Mean its Lime for football and those fabulous Tirier Marcher and musician who entertain at the Teanie. Steer Park High a marching hand attended band Camp from aug 10-16th at Kastern Ken Luck University f pm in preparation for its pre game and contest football shows about 100 youngsters including member of the w ild Cadette a majorettes Flag and Banner carriers attended. Band director Ken Byrdwell and assistant John Matre accompanied the youngsters who travelled to tit Rhimond. By., on school buses. Byrdwell said participants practice marching about it hours a Day and playing their instrument 2mt hours. This is the second year Deer Park participated in the hand Camp at pm. Bari foil said the kids worked very hard but Man aged to have a lot of fun. Too Sturgill named to Board react honors Ross with award col. E. Ron Sturgill Blue Ash s chief of police. been no red to the a Board of directors of the Ohio Valley Lodge of react radio emergency associated citizens team. A also in ceremonies last wednesday night Ray Ross of Deer Para received react a first comm Unity service award. Retired Deer Park Quot police chief Nick Nimersheim who is also on the Board of directors explained that react Quot is an organization of citizens who invest in Short wave radio equipment. They assist police by calling in on the emergency Channel when they come upon a a situation -. Where help is needed. Members also respond to Large scale emergency situations or May help direct traffic but a do not perform any police duties. React director Fred Simon praised Ross by say. Ing a a for forty years Ray Ross been doing things tor Community. It was with Pride that we made or. Ross the first yearly or files for Council Madeira mayor Dan Mcdonald will seek re election this fall to the City Council. According to the City charter Trie mayors selected by vote of the members of a new Council. The mayor s duties then include presiding Over mayors court and being chairman of Council. Mcdonald is also chairman of councils finance committee and a member of the Public works and Laws and contracts committees. He is a member of the Madeira planning commission and honorary chairman of the local Bicentennial commission. Mcdonald a Republican described himself As a a fiscal conservative who sets High priority on preserving the autonomy of local government. He is widely known As president of the Hamilton county municipal league and is familiar with All phases of City government. Teacher wanted the Madeira presbyterian Church 8000 Miami rd., needs another teacher for the sunday school. Please Call Jean Kamman at 561-7592 if you can fill this vacancy. A i Rojy a m d for Erick go Man m d a Tofferi Jeff a or i g Myrtee Stort Ywe fall a Fol. I a i her. F exp Tony 984 830s recipient of the Ross. 66, was a longtime Volunteer with the Rossmoyne fire dept. Nimersheim said he remains an Active member of react and helped organize the pumping efforts the last time heavy Fains flooded basements in Blue Ash. In Cincinnati react members include off duty police members of the Fop fora which sponsors the chapter students and members of the general Community. These people work with the Ohio state police which also uses citizens band radio and the several police depart men la which the group donated two Way radios to. Simon said. In addition to keeping an eve out for emergencies such As car accidents and. Breakdowns react Quot members Are part of the skyward system for the us weather service. They also help in finding lost children and. Have a specially trained group of 30 persons who specialize in such senders. Korengel announces Sycamore school planning commission chairman Edwin a. Korengel announced candidacy for Sycamore Board of education. Korengel was appointed to the school planning commission in 1972 As Blue Ash Lions representative. He was chairman of the school system study committee for two years and. Was elected school planning commission chairman in 1975. Korengel been a regular attendant at school Board meetings during the past two years. He lives with wife Adeline and three children Edw in Kathleen and Gary on Pfeiffer rd., Blue Ash. Mrs. Korengel is a substitute teacher in the Sycamore system. Korengel runs on a polity of solving problems in a fiscally responsible manner placing emphasis on maintaining a High Quality of Basic education and promising Sharp scrutiny of non instructional expenses. He been a manager in manufacturing engineering at g.e., Evendale since �?T70. Voter vans at Sycamore Sycamore township trustee Jim Bechtold said voter registration vans will be stationed at Sycamore High school Friday sept 5, 10-4 . And every Friday thereafter from 1-8 . Area residents May come to the school Ana Register to vote in the nov. Elect if if they Are not now validly registered. There will also be vans stationed at the vow Hall on Blue Ash re. And at Wyandot school Kenwood re. The times and dates will be announced. Inside a Wjt Library Ohio historical society 1982 Velma ave. Columbus Ohio 43211to place lir classified and dial 731-7170 by display advertising x se1 a s stage bulk rate paid Lull ill �?�t.w�?T1 set win the communities of Blue Ash Village Indian Hilt Madeira Kennedy i eights see Carton Ketu nod Deer Park Kosse none pm mint Ridge Hermn Dill Neale Ridge undo Mark or circulation integrity vol. Xiv no. 5 15c Cine mat Ohio wednesday september 3, 1975 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234 at Blue Ash Council consultant hired for Reed Hartman by Sandy Smith Blue Ash City Council voted unanimously at the aug. 28 meeting to hire the firm of John York 3554 Blue Rock rd., As a consultant to assist inquisition of remaining Way for the Reed Highway. City manager Vic Suhm was authorized to spend not More than $28,000 for the company a services. In response to citizen complaints and As a safety precaution a no right turn on red Quot signs have been placed at the Kenwood Cooper and Glendale Milford intersections. A turning right on red into a single Lane of traffic at those locations carried a High potential for collision a Suhm said. A and we had some near misses at those mayor Mcnab added that walk lights have also been installed at those locations for the safety of school children. A in july the City began collection of Industrial waste and Suhm reported that there have been a Only minimal the volume of solid waste collected increased from l-150 to 4,614 cubic Yards since beginning Industrial pick up. Everything is not Rosy on the trash collection scene As far As mrs. William Irvin 4759 Francis ave. Is concerned. However. She complained that a partial Load of trash was dumped Quot right under my a bedroom window Quot last month. She also complained that the Large trash trucks using unpaved Francis ave. Are kicking up an awful amount of dust and grime. A it is ruining my health and the siding on my House a she said. Mrs. Irvin said she wants to have Francis ave. Blacktop pet but no one at the meeting was making any promises except that something would be done about the dust. When contacted about the matter aug. 29, administrative aide Marvin Thompson explained that mrs. Irving and the City service department Are the Only residents of Francis ave. A paving the Street for one resident is an expensive tax Burden on the other citizens a a he said. A besides the heavy equipment we have to run on that Road would be very hard on Ada Ball. Plainview re. Directed questions to Council regarding the flight pattern of planes taking off from the Blue Ash Airport. A is my House in the flight pattern a she asked. A i was told before that it was she said. A but since the runway is paved the planes i right Over my House Ron Counci person Stephanie staffer told that -the.flight, pattern Isa. Wide path not a narrow line and As Long As the planes turn left or Northeast before reaching Kenwood re. They Are Legal. Mayor Mcnab said he would have a copy of the flight pattern established by the Federal aviation Agency in the City managers office this week for mrs. Ball to study. In other business Council approved the Purchase of a Bull Dozer Type trash loader that the City been leasing for the past several months with an option to buy. Purchase Price is $15,900. Council approved a 15rr raise for administrative aide Thompson making the salary Range $12,699-14,685. They also added a clerk position under the Ceta comprehensive employment and training Acta Federal program stolen car recovered a car reported missing since aug. 19 by Deer Park resident John Kuyath was recovered by Blue Ash police aug. 25 at the Fox run apartment Complex. Brian hons of school House knt a Montgomery was one of a m Young men who gave time to help their appalachian brother this Semi per. He was a. Part of a program run by glenmary Home missioners. In elks on ey., houses have been rerouted and a Large Garden cultivated by the Young men. The produce will he ranked and distributed to the poor. The men rebut the House of axe elderly couple after it had . A. Family of 15 will occupy its first real Home built by the group. Tonight at Montgomery Montgomery City Council meets tonight 8 . At the City building. There Are two "items., of pending legislation amending allocation of earnings tax Revenue providing student men ibets on t Nec Ity recreation commission. New amending soil Anu water control. Ordinance regarding authority of building commissioner a a variance from previous plan for Market place s h o p p ing Center on Montgomery re. Vari a Nee of limited duration for the Luxemburg House Cooper re. Radio stolen at Airport a radio valued at $70 was reported stolen from car of Robert Gilkison West Union Ohio aug 22. The car was parked at the Blue Ash Airport when the theft took place Ritchie named Deer pm. Auditor Warren j. Ritchie 4259 Orchard ln., Deer Park been appointed Deer Park City auditor to fill fhe unexpired term of Donald r. Guenther who resigned effective aug. 19. In a letter to mayor William j. Kleiman Guenther said. A due to an Ever increasing demand on my time because of a major remodelling project at my place of employment i must submit my resignation As auditor of the City of Deer Park. I feel it would be unfair to the citizens of Deer Park the members of Council and myself to try to continue and not have time to do an adequate Job for the Ritchie an attorney with the Law firm of Dumbacher and Ritchie in Deer Park is also a registered Public accountant. He attended st. Xavier h.s., Creighton University and the univer sity of Cincinnati. He obtained Law degree at. Chase Law school. In making the appointment Kleiman said a every Effort will be made to implement the smooth transition of duties in the auditor s office and 1 have been assured of or. Guenthers Complete the unexpired term of cite auditor ends dec. 31, 1975, say not responsible for vandalism a wrongly accused say High Point teens great Deer Park band pictures pages 1, 3, 14 Baek to school Means you Page 14. Women a club news Page 4. Grid season opens with les Wilson reporting Page 8. The other Side of the Story these Are some High Point teenagers who say they hav been wrongly accused of vandalism at High Point Park. They talked with suburban life last week to present their tide of the Story. Thi interview appears today and another facet of the High Point Story will be in next weeks edition. They Quot Are from left Back Ronnie Davidson Gary me Arron Gene Mink Terry Skipit Ihrck front Janet Stegman Kathy Rasnick and Patty Slegman. By Maureen Lehman a group of High Point teenagers say they have been wrongly accused of vandalism at the new High Point Park. Suburban life talked with the youngsters after they called and said there was another Side to the Story about vandalism at High Point printed on the front Page of the aug. 20 Northeast suburban life. The dozen or so teens who met with us aug. 2 said that trouble been stirred up because of a grudge fight Between mrs. Delores Pelletier and her son in Law. Gam Mcferron. One of the teenagers. Gene Mink 17, said he been accused of sawing a Park Bench seat in half. A i got the blame. I did t do it he said. The youths say they suspect some non High Point resident of the saw Job. The sawing of the Park Bench was an even meaner crime than it first appeared. It was designed to Hurt somebody. A whoever sawed it Only sawed it part Way so that it would just split when somebody sat on it Mcferron said he said he had sat on the Booby trapped Bench. They ung sters said they have been told by local sheriffs patrolmen that they Are under arrest and do not you but con wiil be taken to court for damaging Public property. To that although they ate in the Park they have not vandalized it. When asked who did the vandalism they said they the kids Are angry and a know. When pressed for an answer the a Esters admitted that they suspected some people i they had no proof. A we still have to live Here with these said one of the boys which summed up a Kina of ethic of a not ratting combined with a fear of the consequences of some of the boys admitted that they had drunk Beer in the Park but said they had not known this was prohibited. A policeman actually encouraged them to drink Beer in the Park rather than at the empty Gas station across the Street the boys said. The picnic tables at High Point Park have names and initials carved in them but there Are also More serious gouging with Large slivers of Wood carved from the table edges. The youths said even the Little kids carve on the tables. They denied responsibility for the damage. Terry Skidmore 15, said she and some other girls accused of being one of the vandals were Down at her House on the tuesday that the Park Bench was alleged to have been sawed. A we got witnesses a she said. As to a charge that the teenagers threat Ned Little kids me Arron said they had once told some Little children to get out of the Way of a Ball gang a that Thev would not be Hurt. Quot what is there for us to do a High Point Stor tinted in next edition con
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