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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - September 27, 1978, Cincinnati, OhioLibra by Ohio has topical Szalaty 1982 Velma ave. Columbus Ohio 43211 a ii or. A Tais Ohto. .1 n it. 9530 to a what a time we had a a a up up and away Sloe by Sci Lett of turn Bruli �,l., Tim ii in sir at Blue Ash s Lom manily Day festival saturday. Photos by Trina Feld bake cops in robbers stabbing in Silverton Michael rorie 19, who was stabbed during an incident at a Silverton night spot remained in the intensive care unit at Bethesda North Hospital at Prea Stime police said rorie was stabbed three times while inside the never on sunday bar cocktail in Inge 6923 Plain Fielty re. About 10 . Wednesday sept. Police said there were no firm suspects in the Case at press time. Montgomery cracks Down on liquor violations Montgomey police Are cracking Down on Sale of alcohol to minors at City carry out stores. During the last several weeks they have charged the Mobil station at Montgomery re. And 1-275, Ine Kroger and King Kwik stores with sales to minors. These charges Are referred to the state liquor commission for review and action. Blue Ash supports rend Blue Ash police chief Ron Sturgill told suburban life that Blue Ash is definitely supporting the Renu funding although the City a name fid not appear in a list of sponsors m last weeks newspaper. Sturgill said that the funding and support of Blue Ash is pledged and that Only some paperwork remains to be done. Renu is a regional drug busting unit. County cities Are being asked to provide the unit with $300 for each commissioned officer on their police departments As a Way of helping Renu out of financial Straits. Vow slides beneath truck a bizarre Accident injured a four year old Boi m no by Montgomery sept. 19, when the car his sister was of in Slid underneath the bed of a flatbed truck. Christina Sagrati 5705 Charteroak dr., was driving a vow mini bus South on Montgomery re. Just South of Mitchell farm or. At about 3 . On the 19th. She Parentis failed to see a Johnson doppler lumber co. Truck stopped in the Roadway according to police. Her car went underneath the truck. John Sagrati 4, was taken to Bethesda North Hospital with a possible broken Collarbone. Blue Ash Montgomery life squad and Montgomery fire dept had to help police extricate the boy from the Auto. Driver creams donuts shop a Blue Ash rd., started the Day with a Jolt last Frida the staff at the Golden Creme donuts shop 7116 a with a Jolt a car driven by Diane Werts 7004 plainfield�?Trd., careened off Blue Ash re. And crashed into the Southwest Comer of the donuts shop about 6 30 ., Deer Park police said. Edward Kansas. Owner of the shop told police a Brick in the foundation was cracked by the Impact. Damage to the car a a not known. Werts was not cited police said. Nob Fly was injured. Burglary at Newman Center. An aggravated burglary was re Center 3927 c x per rd., Blue it red at the Newman i sept. I9th. Dorothy Giuntoli owner of the property later told Blue Ash Council that friends Are living at the previously empty Center and that now she has a gun. The property had been vandalized in the past. Deer Park fireman Hurt by wild a Hose a car Steve Imhoff 3925 Deer Park ave., of Deer Pajk fire dept., was injured last tuesday during a fire dept. Practice. A Hose Imhoff was holding burst. The water it him and its Force drove him Back into a Lane of Auto traffic. A car brushed him and he fell to the ground. The two year Veteran of the fire dept suffered a possible Skull fracture cuts and bruises and required 66 stitches. Won to Stabeski. Boardwalk it. Blue u a Wiimer al blur Ash Day for Ilizal held in a bunday. Dun Zapf is dealer right. A do is do at Blue Ash est to l Utji Scoman Stephanie Stoher Bemarkt. So Ting to meet her hit it banal. In it al Blue 4sh Community Day. The any it festivities included Dixieland music by the Over the lilt it Ang. A magic Shuv by pro few it a Pryor Vone Erl by May Market bitty Square dancing. Hot air balloon ride and firework of. To Mach a i Assiut d and dial 731-7170 by ugh . Monday display a d a r r i Isi Nisi or w s 11 a i 53 i -1123 a t cd Nch a Nat suburban newspapers inc. Hire Ash Montgomery a Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Hong his a Silver Tony Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood Mam or Yirgu Iatrow indic Futy a vol. Xvii no. 9 i5f Cinci Nigatu Ohio wed or Day seple Illier 27, 1978 ml5 Mioni Porry re. A Phil of 531-11234 on ballot in Montgomery Sycamore ,.a s to fund paramedic unit by kick Sonne Burn quicker response to emergencies and improved medical care Are the kept Selling Points of the upcoming one Mill ambulance Levy according to officials of the Blue life squad. If approved the new five year property tax will be paid by Sycamore twp. Residents now served by the Blue Ash Montgomery life squad. This includes residents of the City of Montgomery Montgomery when it became a City retained memberships in Sycamore township. Blue Ash City officials have agreed to pay for the new service to their residents without iii reas ing taxes. The one Mill Sycamore Tnp. Levy and the payment from Blue Ash City a offers Hill enable the current All Volunteer life it squad to hire some Day Lime employees train Parai medics and buy new life saving equipment. I the Levy is approved in november life squad officials will begin a five year reorganization plan that includes the following a hire three full time employees possible paramedics to work rotating shifts at the life squad Slation 9800 Kenwood re. Personnel would be on duty from 6 To 6 . Monday through Friday. Volunteers would be in charge of evening and weekend Rescue runs. A replace one of the three Rescue vans each year and eventually equip All units with paramedic life saving gear. A drop ambulance contracts with w Woodlawn and Glendale by the end of this year. A pay volunteers an estimated $5 per run they Complete. A construct a Bay for a Rescue unit to o be rate at the North station of the Montgomery Community fire dept. If the tax Levy is approved the three full time employees would Start Early in j january 1979, said Lini Hue Hie r. Life squad president. During 1979, one of the Rescue units would be equipped with paramedic life saving gear he said. I a it no it rii Clion of a Rescue Hay at the fire Stalion is farther Don n the Road there s Money budgeted for it in the five year plan but it s not some i i Fig that h ill Happy i tomorrow Quot Buehler said. Currently the a 11 Volunteer life squad served Blue Ash Montgomery and the unincorporated Sycamore twp. Areas of Kenwood Reading Road near Carousel Motel and sections North of Montgomery and Blue Ash. Western portions of Symmes twp. Are also Coverd by the squad. About 30 volunteers operate the three Rescue units owned by the squad. Income to operate and equip the Rescue units comes from fund raising activities donations yearly subscriptions and charges for Rescue conf Mied on Page 3 wants to Cut Down Disaru Banes Sycamore to police High school by Maureen Hennian Sycamore High school is so attractive it has an attractor of some activities school District officials done to want nighttime congregation by Young people and consequent problems. Particularly during the a summer the High school parking lot became a Center form meeting partying and Beer drinking. School officials had to provide a clean up Man to sweep broken bottles etc., at 6 In the mornings before summer school began. Several Trees have been lost at the High school after revellers backed cars or be into them. The problem was discussed at the ino st recent Sycamore school Board meeting. As a Itira surr. The by card has hired a guard from Cincinnati Security a i. To patrol during the w Erke kids said ass Isla ii t High school principal Daniel Henke. Henke said the High school Hopes to work out. An arrangement to hire a sheriffs dept police officer who would have the use of a Cruiser and police communications network. Henke said the disturbances at the High school have not been serious vandalism but they Are nevertheless troublesome to school officials. Consideration is also being Given to installing Gates to recent Auto traffic into the High schoo l during the night. Keeping order at High school football games is another c o n c e r a o f Sycamore school District officials this year for the first , the has hired several Montgomery police officers to police the Friday , held at Sycamore stadium adjacent to the Junior High school on Cooper re. At the recent game Montgomery police arrested a 16-year inside of All dressed up nowhere to go names and faces in the news on Page 2. Blue Ash police will buy a heavy duty 4wheel drive vehicles to police construction Sites and during bad weather Page 3. Life area social happenings on Page 20. Bridal and Church news Page 6. Norma a making cookies this week jewish holy Days begin Page. A Black toy poodle wearer a Turquoise Blue leather Collar with White Flea Collar and trimmed in Royal dutch clip was visiting a a in Montgomery sat., sept. 9, when she was accidentally separated from her owners or. And mrs. Harold Crouse of Liberty ind. Heeding a suggestion the crosses placed a want and in Csini Cimisi Fiedt a lost and found column. Last week we received the following note a thank you for running our and. We got our toy poodle Back the first Day. The lady who took our and miss Gaii we so very Nice and encouraging. So pleasing to talk with. A Csini Means prompt courteous service. Dial 731-7170 and try us. Old Aiken boy and charged him w Ith carry ing a cot Iceal Eil weapon. After be allegedly pulled a knife on a Sycamore youth. A Hen asked about the Henke said it apparently arose after some Sycamore students ran Over the Aiken Side of Field carrying a Banner. This kind of trouble is nut usual at the , Henke said. The More usual disturbance is of a nuisance variety generated by younger who at tend games but who socialize or a run around a instead d of watching the game school officials believe. . School also gets a a Little help their other friends in policing the High school Blue Ash police dept. Blue Ash police chief Ron Sturgill a said that at the High sound in the Blue Ash station and Blue Ash officers a Aback up the county problems there. Considering the Large area which county police officers must police the Blue Ash a Aback up is probably substantial. Ali m news in Brief hearing on Madeira suit a hearing on dismissal of the suit filed against the City of , City officials an d Council , Lus several construction companies was scheduled monday after suburban life went to press. City solicitor Stan Rozic has. Filed a. Motion asking that Council members be dismissed from the suit saying they Are not properly named As defendants. Rozic said that Council members can Only be named defendants in a Legati ohs of serious intentional misuse of put wer or City Money or fraud none of which Are alleged in the suit against them. suit essentially s Cess to nullify ordinances on the earnings tax City Hall renovation and Park and service Complex construction by challenging the procedures by which Council passed these. The suit d of s not claim any bad intent or dishonesty on. The part of the defendants. In Rozics answer to the suit filed against the City by councilman Doug Oppenheimer and City residents he denies All allegations and asks that the suit be dismissed at the Cost of the plaintiffs. A three hour deposition by Doug was taken by Rozic last week sworn statements about the matter taken before a trial and it would not be typed up in time for the monday meeting Rozic said so he p to ask the judge to delay the hearing. Rozic said that after Council corrected several technical inaccuracies in the ordinances in question he asked the plaintiffs if they wished to drop the Law suit. Apparently they do not. Attorney for the plaintiffs Bill Cunningham however believe that Council can. A a corrects the subject ordinances by a motion but must instead pass new ordinances. We buy diamonds and i Aimond estates from Call for appt. 791-0793 befit Yii biy#2ii #3aeewiy ran is #1. 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