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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - April 13, 1977, Cincinnati, OhioIn parents judge discuss problem to it a Spring time for Flowers proms and teenage drinking a by Maureen Hehman its Spring time for Flowers warm weather proms and parties at no any of those parties teenagers will be drinking alcohol and then driving Home. Some of them wont make it. Old problem new intensity the problem of teenage drinking is not new but it is _ growing and affecting children at an earlier Ana earlier age Indian Hill psychologist and Counselor or. Helen Jones believes. Last year a group of girls came to her and asked her to help them examine the problems associated with teenage drinking. She did and a series of discussions were held with experts in the Field including Nancy Smith of the Council on alcoholism Indian Hill rangers ministers psychologists and parents. The culmination of this investigation is a talk by judge David Grossman of juvenile court wednesday april 20, 7 30 . At Drake Road school auditorium. The Public is invited particularly parents. Boot easy to get High school kids in this news in Brief boys win Merit scholarships three suburban life area youths have been named winners of corporate sponsored four year College scholarships by the National Merit scholarship corporation All Are members of the National Honor society. A John Meder of 10187 Zig Zag rd., Blue Ash is Winner of the Warner Lambert Merit scholarship. The scholarship is awarded to the child of an employee chosen from the Merit scholarship finalists. Meder attends Moeller High school. He is especially interested in the study of physics. Meder is a member of student government Ana other school groups including Captain of the a a it a academic team and Captain of the track team. Joseph Thomas of 7752 Montgomery rd., is Winner of the Nathan Cummings consolidated foods Merit scholarship. This is a scholarship awarded to a Merit finalist who is a child of company employees Thomas attends Indian Hill High school. He is particularly interested in the study of computer science. Thomas is president of the debate club member of the Spanish National Honor society and of the school wrestling team and coach of children a softball. David Grigg of 6213 Coachi ite Way Madeira is Winner of the american Cyan amid Merit scholarship offered to a Merit finalist who is a child of a company employee Grigg attends Madeira High. He is interested in pre Medicine. Grigg is a member of student government the late club Junior classical league and varsity and Junior varsity sports teams. Other Merit scholarship winners will be announced this month. Auto tragedy claims lives of Montgomery couple it was a sad easter sunday for the family and friends of Clair and Jean Stagge of 7875 Pfeiffer rd., Montgomery who were killed in an Auto Mobile crash on 1-275 at about 2 30 . Their car was crushed by a tractor trailer which flipped on top of the Stagge car after apparently hitting another vehicle. Four vehicles in All were involved in the tragedy. The Stagge car was near the Sharonville exit of the Highway when the Accident happened. Or. And mrs. Stagge leave his father Joseph Stagge of Montgomery care Center a daughter mrs. Ronal Stagge. And three grandchildren. Strawser funeral Home Blue Ash is in charge of burial arrangements. Burial is at Gate of heaven cemetery. Regina a last senior play. To be 6bye Bye Birdie the senior class at Regina High school will present the schools last senior play a Bye Bye Birdie april 15, 16, 22, 23 and 24,8 15 . At the school. Lead roles in the musical Are played by Debbie Lasch Judy Doud Moy Herrmann Lynn Holtkamp Victor Borstein Chuck Breitfeller Barry Brandstetter and Joe Beiting. Since this is the last year of operation for Regina High school the alumnae association will be honoured april 16 at a dinner before the performance. Call 631-8375 for reservations. There will be a a nostalgia display set up in the school Hall during the run of the play. Memorabilia from Regina a past will be exhibited. Former solicitor guilty on tax charge there have been no further developments on the sentencing of former Amber Ley Village solicitor Augustus Beall id after he pleaded no contest april 4 to a charge of failing to file his 1973 Federal income tax. Information filed by the us attorneys office indicated that Beall had a Gross income in 1973 of $41,055.43 and failed to file a tax return with the internal Revenue service. The charge was the result of an investigation by special agents of the intelligence microwave oven service Call Micro ovens of am. 631-1971 division of irs. . District court judge David Porter freed Beall pending a pre sentence investigation. Beall faces a maximum sentence of a year in jail and a $10,000 Fine plus the costs of prosecution. Beall submitted his resignation As Amberley Village solicitor at the March 14 Council meeting saying that he was giving up his Law practice. Beall is now manager director of Arlington memorial gardens cemetery. He was solicitor for 20 years. Beall was a partner in the Law firm of Beall her manies and Bortz. He is also a former member of the local government committee and the judicial Aden ministration and Legal Reform committee of the Ohio state bar association. He lives at 7397 Commonwealth dr., Springfield township. Area have easy Access to alcohol. In some cases parents provide it in some cases it is brought into parties by kids surreptitiously. Nevertheless the kids have testified to the ubiquity of alcohol. Some youngsters Are beginning to feel they can to escape it and some Are worried about becoming alcoholics. Or Jones said she has seen several students who have an alcohol dependency. A Only drink ins or. Jones Ana some parents have joined with the kids in a program designed to Foster responsible drinking. One of the parents helping to plan the april 20 meeting is Eileen Ryan. She said she has found and or. Jones also com mental i that some parents Are relieved to find that their children Are a Only drinking and not taking drap. Alcohol is a drug. Or. Jones believes that drinking is replacing the taking of other drugs prevalent in the 1960 s. Alcohol is More available More acceptable but in some cases just As deadly. If you look at statistics for alcoholism about 10 million people affected or about 5rf of our population it is potentially Mote deadly. Indian Hill youngsters and kids from surrounding suburbs live in an affluent society. Drinking As an accepted Way of socializing. That a Why the Indian Hill group decided to concentrate on a responsible drinking a As a goal or. Jones explained. Mrs Ryan described some of the problems with alcohol at this time of year. Parents Apee to. Have a party for their teenager Ana his or her friends about 25 Are invited. Other teens cruise the area looking for a party and crash it with Beer wine or other alcohol. They May leave the booze in the cars and hold adjunct parties outside the residence or. Jones said a lot of the drinking goes on in cars while kids Are driving them. Alcohol causes Parent child conflicts or. Jones said. Parents May drink themselves but done to know How to handle it when their 15-year-old comes Home drunk. Alcohol also affects a c and e m i c perform a n be school citizenship and attendance. Or. Jones said. It s against the Law Indian Hill rangers warn that it is against the Law for parents to serve alcohol to minors even if those minors have their own parents permission. Parents Only have the authority to serve alcohol to their own children if they desire and if they Are not thereby breaking another Law such As child endangering. One Ranger when questioned however said the police do not often arrest parents on such charges one reason he cited is a difficulty in obtaining evidence for a Good Case. There is an historic tendency also to treat this kind of Law infraction lightly when it concerns Middle class parents and children giving Home parties. Is it harmless ? the question Many people concerned about youths Are asking and kids themselves Are asking is whether this Way of life is As innocuous As it has been considered in the past. A particular Effort is being made to engage the help of Indian Hill parents in a solving problems of teenage drinking. Some May consciously or unwittingly be providing the booze and the drinking opportunities for their teenagers and even younger children. Or. Jones said the problem is now involving seventh and eighth Grade children. Judge David amp to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 4 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0231 cd my innate us Bimbane inem papers inc. Blue Ash Montgomery Amberly Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Russ Mayne mon Vale Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity. Vol. Xiv no. 37 15c Cincinnati. Ohio. Wednesday april 13, 1977 4415 Montgomery he. Phone 531-0234 ice is. Sage controversy continues attorney does to know if owners will file by Maureen Hehman an attorney for several Small property owners along Montgomery re. In the City of Montgomery said he does not know if they will file suit after Montgomery City Council refused their request for a change from residence a zoning to office zoning. Council also turned Down a similar request for rezoning by the Amend offs who own 12 acres in the same general area. Councils vote was not unexpected since it has adopted the Sage plan for development of that area this plan Calls for multifamily development of the properties along that corridor. The City planning commission voted against the rezoning request also. Mayor favors office councilman Ray Walt her voted in favor of the office rezoning and Nev analysis Ace Carrier. David Schmitt of 6240 Beechview cir., won the most recent service award drawing for Csini newspaper carriers. For his Good service. David received a $25 savings Bond. He is a freshman at Walnut Hills High school and should be familiar to suburban life newspaper subscribers on his route at Ravenal i. Montgomery rd., Mchugh Tyne Rogers Park and Beechview streets. Purr fed ending one Way to determine the number of animal lovers around it is to advertise pets free to Good Homes in Csini classifieds Mary Marcello counted 66 Calls from her and to find a place together for her siamese cat and Yorkshire dog a purr fact ending and a dog gone Good Deal for both. Owners of the properties which include 15 parcels Are . And Wilma Bick. Thomas Clarke Richard Salzer Viola Gibson Helen Miller Robert Horton and Ronald Zesch John and Ann Izzi Walter Gunder Man Clayton Sanford and Fred and Mary Kaesemeyer. 1st landmarks a a landmark Montgomery City Council will hold a Public hearing april 18, 8 . On the landmarks commissions proposal to name two City buildings a City they Are Dupriest House of Antiques also known As Yost tavern and the Miller house7872 Cooper re. And Pioneer building 9433 Montgomery re. Formula for a Lawn Job like other communities whose residents take Pride in their wide Green lawns Montgomery is plagued with a Type of vandalism referred to As the a Lawn jobs. The usual set up is one teenager or several work just As Well one car and one Lawn preferably freshly watered tangle them together and come up with some deep Brown ruts in All that Green. Montgomery police believe they May have solved the a Lawn jobs problem in one area with the March 5 arrest of a 16-year-old Hamilton county youth caught in the act. A the could be connected with other Lawn jobs in the area but we have come no where near solving the whole problem a said police chief Ray Moore. Until the problem is solved perhaps a Row of Nice boulders across the lot line would help. Mayor Fred Young spoke out favouring the office zoning for the Small property owners. The argument Over zoning is not new and basically Council and attorneys for the property owners reiterated previous arguments. The argument of the property owners is that they Are surrounded by office zoning and Bethesda North Hospital on the other Side of the Street and with Chelsea Moore office development on the same Side of the Street. They believe they should be allowed the same zoning and say that any other zoning is unsuitable and unreasonable. Mew argument an attorney for the property owners a Francis Barrett raised another argument in a phone interview after the meeting. He said that the rather Small shallow lots of the property owners which front of Montgomery re. Are entirely unsuitable for Multi family development As the Sage plan recommends since the properties Are separated from the Gunderman property to the rear by a Creek and Ravine. A Developer want the front properties for Multi family development. Barrett said since the Back property say of Gunderman would be adequate for an apartment development. Another argument a git at Nuitai family development of the properties raised by the mayor and others is that such a development would be too close to Montgomery re. For safety and noise considerations. Sticking with Sage Council president Howard Smith said Council is sticking with the Sage recommendation since it is the proposal of a recognized land planner who took into consideration the entire Community balanced land use Road and traffic considerations. The Sage plan continued on Page 4 South the. Reader mys to Jonty of Deer bark girl scout leaders oppose Council s Era statement Page 2 Dolphin Suimin to is qualify for Yemc a nationals Page 5 a mop Sycamore and Deerk Park winners on sport scene Page 6 Kenwood House tour highlights happenings Page h Church news Page 4 it it Joti xxx m Home amp Yma Quot of xxx xxx it o a 4�? i 88 a. ? 3 i a a i z re proposed improvements Silverton l la in it 13 completed Silverton revitalization proposal this is How the finished drawing of the proposed Silverton downtown revitalization looks. The planner is Tom Beckwith. Silverton Community improvement corporation officers Wilt meet this week to consider the finished proposal and make their recommendation to Council about the proposed plan. A key at the Bottom of the drawing explains the map symbols. _ i iii iii ii1111 iii 1.1 j iii ii a i in a a. A. A a a a a a m a a. V _ sure we have the latest most a id up to Date equipment. But we jul pm think something As personal As Gawuc your checking or savings account deserves that human touch. So try our people tetters. For a pleasant you la get a smite. Plus a Quot my i a be smiled at you Silverton Montgomery Bank Kenwood

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