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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - April 15, 1981, Cincinnati, OhioChin of for successful health awareness is what or. Thomas Spasoff orders. News briefs jury finds Sebastian guilty of boys murder it took the jury Only 90 minutes to decide that Roy c. Sebastian robbed raped then murdered 75-year-old Marion w. Boys last August in her Home at 6949 Silverton ave. The 24-year-old drifter whose last known address was in Miamisburg was sentenced to life in prison on the aggravated murder conviction by Hamilton county common pleas court judge Fred Cartolano. Sebastian also was sentenced to two consecutive terms of seven to 25 years for the aggravated burglary and rape of mrs. Boys. After the trial Cartolano reportedly commented that he was sorry there is no death penalty in Ohio. Sebastian s attorney James Perry said he will Appeal the decision of the 10-Man, two woman jury. Testimony from two defense witnesses was presented during the trial which began april 6. Both witnesses said Sebastian was at a Home adjacent to mrs. Boys House the night of the incident but said they did not see him enter the Home. Sixteen prosecution witnesses testified. Mrs. Boys bound body was found aug. 15 in the bedroom of her two Story Home. She had been strangled. N police negotiations stalled in Madeira a deadlock has been reached in contract negotiations Between members of the Madeira police dept and City officials. Police Are asking for a 9.6 percent pay increase and a fully paid dental plan As part of a medical benefits package. The requests were initially accepted by City manager Harry Price but City Council refused to approve the fully paid dental plan asking police officers to pay part of the Cost. The offer has been refused by police. Although no Job action has been planned a spokesman for the police departments said Legal advice is being sought about a possible lawsuit for what the police charge has been a bad Faith the previous contract expired March 31. Inside Page 2. New makers Page 4.happenings Page 6,8,9.sports scene Page 19.easter Church events Holiday greetings jewish and Christian holidays share some of the same symbols and history this week As both passover and easter Are celebrated. Passover which commences at Sundown on april 18, celebrates the deliverance of Israel from slavery. Easter sunday commemorates the death and resurrection of Christ. Both holidays Are marked by ritual family feasting and the symbolic egg. For both passover and easter the egg stands for on going life and rebirth. Christians traditionally Dye eggs on Maundy thursday the thursday of the lords supper and the Day when Christ and his disciples observed the last supper a jewish passover seder. Mcelwee amp Mcelwee attorneys at Law John i. Mcelwee Mary h. Mcelwee 984-1811 a Domestic relations a personal injury a bankruptcy a wills 9050 Spain fwd re a near Cross county Hwy ewes. Sat by appointment s i fir Library Ohio us Aureal 198$ Vancsa ave. Coir a you foal 4k n a Kenwood doctor Heads Hospital program moderation key to body conditioning by Christie Evans Are you Happy with yourself and do you enjoy life that a one of the key questions asked by or. Thomas Spasoff of Kenwood when people come to him to a get Spasoff s speciality is some. Thing he Calls a health awareness a the Art of determining just How healthy or unhealthy a person a s lifestyle is. For Spasoff health awareness director at Providence Hospital in it. Airy fitness is both a living and a Way of life. Moderation is the theme behind Spasoff s approach to getting in Good condition. A i done to want to make you overdo i want to let you enjoy a the tall slender doctor explained v the term a getting in shape is a Misnomer. According to Spasoff. A everyone has his own shape its getting into condition that counts a and everyone can get into condition. Good condition is relative says Spasoff who is 44 and has a doctorate in health physical education and recreation. The hefty chronically inactive person will naturally take a longer time to shape up than will the person who has always been conscious of exercise. Spasoff follows the Sye system a a submerge your own that is done to panic when you see your neighbor jog the Block in the time it takes you to put on your sweats. Everybody is different and should place different demands on themselves. It continued on Page 4.1 to place a classified and Call 731-7170 by 3 00 . Monday display advertising amp news Call 531-0234 circulation 731-4200 Cincinnati submit ban news papers inc. Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights a Silverton a Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood mark., of a cd Cuil flow integrity vol. Xxx no. 37 Cincinnati Ohio wednesday april 15, 1981 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234 Kenwood Hills residents object Madeira vote allows nursing Homes by Barbara Casson Over protests from Kenwood Hills residents Madeira City Council approved the addition of nursing Homes to residence c zoning at its april 6 meeting. Residents at the Public hearing viewed the action As the first step toward construction of a nursing Home on 17 acres on Kenwood Road near May Street by three partners who already operate nursing Homes in Fairfield and Middletown. Council members Mary Christie and Robert Byrne explained there is a real need for facilities for the elderly in the Community since about 23 percent of the residents Are 65 years of age or older. Opposition to the zoning change erupted because the request for the change came in conjunction with the partners interest in the Kenwood Road properly As a nursing Home site Christie said. A approving the ordinance is unrelated to that particular parcel of ground a Byrne said. Each project a has to stand on its own merits and go through a separate approval process in Tfir planning commission and Council he explained. Anthony Luther of Kay Wood drive complained of the possible years of construction and traffic headaches in his neighbourhood and the fact that there had been a Promise of no zoning changes when Kenwood Hills was annexed. A we Are trying to Stop this Little step before it gets to the big step of building a nursing Home on Kenwood Road a Luther said. A we feel we Are being railroaded a complained mrs. Edward Winslow Roll Meade drive who said the residents protested the change at the planning commission and the vote was still 8-2 in favor of it and now it appeared Council wih a a Ringo a. S soil the people Don t want to see this i will respect their wishes a said Christie a South Kenwood resident who opposed the change in a 5-2 vote. The proposed Home for Kenwood Road would contain 150 Beds and Independent living units for less incapacitated elderly residents according to Barry Kohn. One of the partners interested in the project. Kohn said his group was also involved in the establishment of the tri county extended care Center in Fairfield and the Garden Manor in Middletown. Both having More than 200 Beds. The project would have to be approved by the planning commission and Council with Public hearings conducted. A Council tackled a second hot Issue tor Kenwood Hills residents a curbing. Since last summer . Hoffman 5538 Maple Ridge and several other residents have fought with Council Over repair delays How the repairs were being done and who was responsible for the costs. During the meeting the Council considered an ordinance specifically de fining the City a and property owners responsibilities for curbs and gutters and requiring mandatory assessment of the property owners for 50 percent of the costs. Madeira has not had an ordinance covering curbs and has depended on a state code which has been open to differing interpretations about whether the property owner is to be assessed the full repair costs. But the ordinance was Defeated in a 5-2 vote by Council members who wanted a More extensive citywide repair plan and opposed mandatory assessments. Councilman Robert Lee charged the City s crumbling curbs have been handled with a bailing wire tricks and said it was time for an Overall plan to Survey the City a total needs. Several count a members pointed out that All Madeira residents done to have curbs and would not support a general Bond Issue for curb repairs. Residents will have to pay whether through a Bond Issue or assessment added councilman Tom to Watenberg who voted for in ordinance Lee suggested the Ohio k Kentucky a Indiana regional planning commission be requested to Survey the problem and that the planning commission and Council consider funding methods. Meanwhile the City will take the currently budgeted $20,000 and Patch and repair As much of the most serious areas As possible. I Blue Ash Calls hearing on condominium zoning child Fety award Dale k. Stump left state coordinator of Ohio for the National child safety Council awards a five year Community service plaque to the Deer Park police dept. Accepting the award is sgt. Mike Berens. Stump will solicit financial support from business and Industrial leaders for the departments child safety drug and crime prevention program. Should any person other than stump collect for the Deer Park police without an authorized letter the police should be alerted at 791-8066. \ a Sycamore Park Lodge renamed for Bechtold Sycamore Park will be renamed a. James Bechtold Park in memory of the former Sycamore township trustee who died dec. 5. The Lodge and Park will be dedicated at memorial Day services May 30 in the Park following the Parade. The Bechtold family will receive a plaque to be Hung inside the Lodge and another plaque will be placed above the Lodge Entrance said Dennis Mckeown trustees president. Mckeown said the trustees derided to rename the Park to commemorate the contributions their late colleague made to the Community. Bechtold held numerous offices during the past decade. He was past president of the Council of governments and chairman of the Sycamore township Republican club among other posts. The Park on Sycamore Road Between Plainfield and Blue Ash roads has shelters Ball Fields soccer Field nature trails and a Lodge. A zone change proposal that would permit construction of 24 condominium units on 5.5 acres near the Comer of Cooper and Plainfield roads will be the subject of a Public hearing May 28 before Blue Ash City Council. Time for the hearing is 8 15 . The proposal approved by the planning commission april 2, Calls for six buildings with four units per building. The development planned by transcontinental development corp., is called Troon Village after a Golf course in Scotland the proposed zone change is from re and r-2 residential and rec commercial to r-3p, Multi family. The site wraps around the historic cemetery at the Comer of Cooper and Clanfield. Completed condominiums Are expected to sell in the $120,000 Price Range. The hearing is one of two set by Council during its meeting april 23. The other scheduled the same night at 8 ., deals with the proposed location of a Peoples savings and loan in the new Kmart shopping Center at the Comer of Hunt Road and Reed Hartman Highway. This addition to the shopping Center plan has the approval of the planning commission. Also at the meeting Council approved a contract with Lichtonberge construction and development for improvements to the amphitheatre behind the municipal building. Cost will be $79,626. Scheduled improvements include addition of a roof storage room Wood seating and lighting and drainage improve ments. All improvements except the new roof should be completed before the first concert of the season june 16, City officials estimate. The roof addition should be completed during the summer Council also discussed possibly contracting with the Reading youth service Bureau in cooperation with Sycamore Board of education and the City of Montgomery. The Bureau would provide help in youth related matters primarily for juvenile referees and area police. The annual Cost of $9,715 would be divided. Montgomery officials Are meeting to discuss the proposal this week. In other action Council a approved a contract with construction design services inc. For a traffic study of the City at a Cost of $29,000. The study is scheduled for completion this year and will be used in conjunction with the City a capital improvement plan a approved the reappointment of three members to the Board of the Cic Industrial Park. They Are councilman Paul Mckinney City attorney Robert Mcconaughy and City manager Victor Suhm. The three will serve with three representatives from the county and three from Cincinnati a amended the City a fire code to clarify language regarding installation of sprinkler systems and fire Walls on commercial property a heard mayor Donald Biedermann proclaim the week of april 20-25 As paint up clean up week in the City. R i a a my we my my my Eye a glasses 5 Camf i is us u. Us v same Day i i to at York s us outlet they will i 5 make your glasses m one Day. T or in some cases an hour on 3 most prescriptions they re a located across from Meier s i g winery a Silverton d a �6924 Plainfield re 1891-2020_ products Toie inc. 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