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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - April 08, 1981, Cincinnati, OhioPaid c us cd w to 0 i 3 pc Ufi Talt a Mew quota it. ?9jf, la tit Aryl i t Ohio historical so amp lety 1992 Felt a ave a a Edlu abuse Ohio 93211 to place a classified and Cali 7317170 by 3 00 pm monday display advertising amp news Call 531-0234 paper delivery Call 731-4200 Cincinnati us Bimbane inc. Mark of circulation run Mart Blue Ash Montgomery Ambesey Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Miltonvale Ridgewood vol. Xxx no. 36 20c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday april 8, 1981 4415 Montgomery re. For Kenwood Miltonvale Sycamore trustees hire police essay contest winners students at Sycamore or. High tackled the subject of inflation in a Days submitted to the Montgomery woman a club student essay contest. Winner David Biedermann Blue Ash also won the District contest and will now compete at the state level. First and second place winners Are from left Jenny Namanworth Biedermann Mimi Badura and Kym Williams. Turns Down third Montgomery two by Joyce Deitering police Protection will be increased in the Ken Wood Dillonvale area As a result of a Resolution passed by the Sycamore township trustees april 2 the Resolution Calls for the employment of one additional sheriffs Deputy exclusively for use in these areas. The Cost will be covered by the Levy approved last year which is estimated to generate $50,000. Board president Dennis Mckeown told the trustees that he had received a complaint of increased burglaries in the duo Vale area and that he believed increased Protection was appropriate. Approves sign variances Montgomery City Council turned Down one sign Quot variance request april 1 bid approved two others. Council unanimously voted Down the request by Burger chef systems for a free standing sign to replace the existing sign along Montgomery Road. Although the proposed sign is smaller than the one now there it is larger than Montgomery zoning regulations allow Council Howard Smith explained. Council however left the door open for representatives from the fast food restaurant to submit a scaled Down version of the sign for councils consideration by the april 22 work session. Winning approval were the variances per mitting signs to identify the Lilac Bush in the Montgomery Square shopping Center and a replacement Entrance sign for the Market place of Montgomery. Council also heard several residents of Zig Zag Road who oppose plans to construct sidewalks along the West Side of the Street. The sidewalks Are part of a proposed list of capital improvements for this year which also includes widening the Street. Council president Chuck Abbott told the homeowners that the plans were still in the Early stages of development and were currently under consideration by the City a planning commission. In other action Council a postponed the third and final Reading of proposed revisions to the City a 2-year-old false alarm ordinance at the request of officials of Bethesda North Hospital. Montgomery fire marshal and Hospital officials Are studying the ordinance to see what Impact it might have on the operations at the Hospital. Discussions with the Hospital Are continuing and the ordinance is expected to be ready for a final vote by the May 6 meeting City officials said. A approved a Resolution of appreciation for Leo Krapp who resigned last month As the City a service director. A approved a contract for services with the Hamilton county general health District for 1982. The Cost is $9,609. The sine As 1981. Hamilton county detective Bill Harris told the Board that the number of burglaries in the area had not. In fact increased significantly. A Young Man had been arrested in relation to the most recent burglary and two guns which had been reported stolen were found in his car. Added Harris. The Board also adopted an ordinance which provides for special parking spaces for the handicapped to be located in ail commercial parking lots with More than 10 parking spaces at the request of mrs. William Albert 7518 Gulf Stream or. The Board also asked the Deputy sheriff to begin ticketing vehicles parked in these spaces which Are not transporting handicapped persons. Sally Smith of 6947 Rosemary in. Asked the Board to place a Stop sign on the Northwest Comer of st. Regis and Rosemary Lane. The View of oncoming traffic and children a blocked by a 30-Fopt Blue Spruce according to Smith. The Board asked superintendent Harry Jahnigen to inspect the area i the parking problem in front of Holmes school has improved according to John Hartlaub 9677 Darnell ave. Hartlaub told the Board that the constant police attention has helped and a that a meeting has been set up with the school Board to discuss the problem. A the problem is presently alleviated but i feel it is temporary Quot said Hartlaub. The Board discussed the construction of two new Ball Fields at Stewart school and authorized the Purchase of $650 Worth of materials for a Backstop on the tee Ball Field. The Board did not authorize construction on the Dball size Field. Lighting in Sycamore Park will be upgraded with the installation of one lighting unit in front of the Park and an additional Light at shelter House number two. The remainder of the lighting will be upgraded to provide 21,000 Lumens of Light instead of the 7,000 Lumens presently being used according to a Resolution adopted by the Board. The fire prevention Bureau has started handing out pamphlets concerning the new require ments for residential smoke detectors. Currently the pamphlets Are being Given to owners of Multi family dwellings upon inspection of the premises. However the Bureau Hopes to distribute the pamphlets to single family Homes during fire prevention week in october according to chief of fire and life safety Fred Benz. Oesper award winners placing High in the Ralph e. Oesper award Competition an annual chemistry examination held at Miami University were Sycamore students from left Breton Weintraub High scorer and Winner of the Competition Tim Schaewe third place Paul by uses fifth place and Jim Steinebrey fourth place. The top five winners and their teachers will he recognised at a flt Finif pm ass ales to Fri n a a a Saint re a a a i Xiu i Kellsy inuit we la own a new uhf vol in Rove a in. Farthest from West Virginia balloon notes return from afar Council votes repair for Indian Hill roads by Regina Villiers the Quot great balloon launch Quot which took place at Dumont elementary school in Madeira during right to read week was an exciting event but the aftermath and results have been even More exciting. In a mass launching the students sent up 360 helium filled balloons one for each child. Each balloon carried an attached card with the students name and instructions for the finder to mail the card Back to the school. A Large map was put on the Wall in the main Hall for marking the location of the balloons that were found and reported. Then everyone set Back to await the mailman. Some of. The Early returned cards were from Loveland Ohio and Georgetown Midland and Stout All in Kentucky. Then the whole school was excited along with Spence Hawk when a card arrived saying his balloon had been found by Jill Elaine Petty a Little girl in Sun dial West Virginia. But the balloons kept on Drifting toward the Eastern coast and a couple of Days later a card came in from Blue Field Virginia. Finally the one that seemed to go the longest distance was found in tar Boro. North Carolina. Although Many of the balloons got no farther than Loveland and some of them Only reached the tree tops surrounding the playground it was a great thrill to the students to know their tiny balloons travelled across two three states. Or by Christie Evans Indian Hill roads will receive $145,000 Worth of Asphalt overlay this summer Village Council decided at its March 31 meeting. Re serviced streets will include Keller Road least of Loveland Madeira Road Hopewell and Weil roads Shumani Lane and Fox cub Lane. In other action a Council approved the authorization of insurance bids to cover police and Public officials for personal liabilities. Currently the two groups Are not covered in such cases As false arrest and violation of civil rights. A Council heard the second Reading of an ordinance to raise water rates from the present rate of $1 per 100 cubic feet to $1.30. If passed the new rate will be effective aug. 1. A Council determined that tuberculosis control regulations will be revised in accordance with Hamilton county revisions. Or. Charles my or meter tuberculosis controller for the count said that county health departments Are aiming for flex Quot Here s a Way to Losi up to Apo Una a Day that i believe my no. A cil a to Fri up Tim i Emit an Cay a i no it of it my. It was one of the Best kept secrets m Hollywood de we Ryno is Eres oeerw6ijikt&Quot it Fly height won a new a pounds can seem the a says Debbie it was More than just a few pounds though and my Anu dad cameras Oon Steffe m wig a ism medical Sufen pm my to afcan . Til Ciar a m Hartmut my. M1w44 Walum Ali ability in revamping the regulations. Under the new revisions hospitals will be Able to screen personnel according to their own time schedules rather than at dictated dates. Other changes Maur Meier said will abide by state standards but will enforce More accurate and Cost efficient controls. Repairs close Kenwood Road Kenwood Road Between Cooper and Pfeiffer roads will be closed to traffic until work on the Kenwood Road Bridge reconstruction project is Complete. Through traffic will be detoured via Cooper Load Reed Hartman Highway and Glen Dale Milford Road. Blue Ash officials say work on the Bridge should be finished by the Start of the 1981-82 school year. 60ld Silver cows i Sterling of buy Cash payment Tad s Marks Dumont students launch balloons. Madeira to clean vacant Foy Home Montgomery residents Thomas and Agnes Foy were found in contempt of court april 2 in Hamilton county common pleas court and judge Donald l. Schott gave permission to Madeira City officials to clean up the couples vacant Home at 7904 Buckeye Crescent Madeira. A that garbage Ridden Home a what got the foys into court. Testimony during the contempt of court hearing revealed that rotted food and trash have piled up at the Home and that Bare electrical wires there present a fire Hazard. At the hearing Schott said the foys violated a permanent injunction issued against them in 1979, barring them from keeping their House in an unclean condition. Madeira officials want to clean up the foys property because the couple has repeatedly refused to do so said City solicitor Daniel Randolph. He said the City will ask that the couple Bis ordered to pay the Cost of the cleanup. �31-2112 Ort Tattum la firk Mcelwee amp Mcelwee attorneys at Law Lohn l. Mcelwee Mary h. Mcelwee 984-1811 Domestic relations a personal injury a bankruptcy a wills 9050 Plainfield re near Cross county Hwy. Eves. A sat. By appointment third grader Spence Hawk reads a card from Jiu Elaine Petty who found his balloon in Sun dial . Glasses i same i Day to at York s lab outlet they wifi a make your glasses in one Day a or m some cases an hour on p most prescriptions they re a a located across from Meier s 1 of Silverton. Syor ice w m optometrist v i �6924 Plainfield re Mueller son our team . Mueller knows the value of advertising his ground keeping trimming mulching planting business in Csini classified service directory. He found out last year that Csini coverage brings him All the customers necessary to run a successful landscaping operation. And he s Back with us once Gattin this Spring. We re the Only advertising he uses which proves a Point Worth repeating let Csini classifieds put you in business and keep you there with an inexpensive listing in our service directory. It s As easy As dealing 731-7170. M inside a amp inc Page 2.newsmakers Page 4. Courtroom drama at Indian Hill Page 6.Sycamore soccer season begins i Scroi a Jav ulc you Ilch Istir Rij Liv ims Poon 89 7711 729 Kenwood re 0�?�0�jt4 ctn wooo Stopp to i. Alt

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