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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - April 29, 1981, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary 0 to historical society 19m Vela ave a cd Ala 4211 a i bulk Nett u is a pose a i o a Cincinnati Ohio of Cakir no 8s3t divorced fathers i child custody a fiesta a May 2 at Montgomery standing Tommy getting ready for a fiesta fun elementary school Are from left Connolly Brian henties and Michael Castady and kneeling. Kristen Bradley. The carnival begins at the i01 . And ends at 2 . At the school on Montgomery Road. Devoted by Christie Evans a Mommy Why did you make daddy go away a out of that question and other questions of a More Legal nature has sprung a group whose is to help divorced men better understand their rights where issues of child custody Are concerned. The organization known As equal rights for fathers Eris an Extension of Ohio fathers for equal Justice. A through the group members Are Able to hash out common problems of custody Battle and hear speakers address various issues of divorce Reform. People who join Are men Uke Johnny Walker of Siverton and John demand equal Derry Berry of Fairfax. Both men have gone from being full time fathers to their children to the status of weekend a visitors. Soft spoken Walker said the first thing he Learned from erf when he joined in october was to get a Box number tor his mail rather than count on getting it through his former address. From that Point on things got More tense for the Young father and when he lost his Case for custody of his 8-year-old daughter he turned bitter. Both Walker and Derryberry who lost his plea for joint custody of his son now 10, in 1973, feel that the tables were tipped against them from Roan trying to a Ain at least partial custody of his child encounters. The first occurs when the husband clears his belongings out of the Home thus forfeiting his House and everything in it a including children a on a practical not Legal basis. Secondly Eckerle said the father often gets involved with an attorney whose speciality is not Domestic relations. A a the counsel he is getting is not the Best he could have nor As Good As it should be Quot she said. Finally Many husbands do not push for a reconciliation with their wife when in fact that is what they really desire. The Legal system May seem so formidable to a the very beginning. Quot the Mother will win out Quot Derryberry said Quot until a statute is written into the Law declaring joint custody the preferable since the turn of the Century custody has generally been granted to the Mother who More often than not was at Home while the father was working. Now in a society where it is not unusual for both parents to bring in a paycheck Many divorced persons Are questioning traditional custody decisions said Kathie Ecker Leco founder of the erf group. _ Eckerle cited several problem areas that a father that he can to fathom stumbling through More proceedings. A judge however can order reconcile icon proceedings at any time to a Case s history. Both Walker and Derry Berry said they found frustration in a court system which v a making major. Decisions about their lives but giving them so Little voice. Walker said he Felt that his custody investigation proceedings were to no Way an accurate evaluation of his ability to care for his daughter. He said that the court did not appear to follow up on any of the letters from former employers teachers and continued on Page 4. Johnny Walker s balloon ing files Are filled with records of previous custody cases won by tire place a classified and Call 731-7170 by 3 00 pm monday display advertising amp news Call 531-0234 paper delivery Cali 731-4200 Cincinnati Subt ban newspapers inc. Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge a Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillon Vale Ridgewood to it him mask of Oncu ution integrity vol. Xxx no. 39 200 Cincinnati Ohio wednesday april 29, 1981 4415 Montgomery re. Rising costs blamed made iras water rate Gong up i Casson Call it political diplomacy or just Plato neighbourliness. By any Nan Madeira City Council members were a Little taken Aback when the Village of Indian Hill courteously asked them How they would like to have their water rates increased. Quot that a More than the City of Cincinnati did a councilman Tom web Kenburg laughed by some method there will have to be a rate increase according to Snowden Rowe of the Indian Hill Council who spoke at Madeira a Council meeting on april 20. A Hill water works water works committee presented an overview of the water systems rising costs pointing out there Hadnot been a rate increase in three years. For just two examples the Bill for chemical to purify the water has risen from $72,000 to $82,000 and routine maintenance costs have risen from $173,000 to More than $200,000, he said. The Indian Hill water system supplies half of a Madeira a needs the other half is supplied by Cincinnati which also increased water rates recently. Madeira a 20-year contract with the Indian stray dogs attacking pets in South Kenwood Small packs of stray dogs have been attacking and to one incident killing Small domesticated dogs to the South Kenwood area according to Madeira City manager Harry Price. The Madeira police dept and the Hamilton county Spca. Are working together to capture the strays. Residents Are being asked not to leave Small pets outside on a Chain for Long periods until the problem has been solved. Madeira residents also Are being reminded there is a Leash Law. No dog is allowed to run Loose unless it is within the confines of the owners property. Instead of attempting to capture the animals themselves residents Are urged to Call the Madeira police dept at 561-8003 monday through Friday from 8 30 . To 4 30 . Or 825-2280 any other time or the Hamilton county Spca at 541-6100 or 541-9223. Got a special Mother May 10 is Mother s Day and As we customarily do Csini invites its readers to write and share special thoughts of Mother for our issues next week. But Tinie is Short. We need your letters by this Friday May 1, mail to com Mother s Day . Box 22010, Cincinnati 45212 or drop it by our office nearest you. We u print As Many letters As space permits. What nicer Way to say Happy Mother s Day dresses the largest selection in town. 29�?�nj9�?� none higher values $58 to $78 up Tiore 89 7711 a 7-529 Kenwood re Opp Ovil a Enwood Smow Wii pm a a was renewed in 1971 and permits rates to be raised any time there is a justifiable need. No permission is necessary either from Madeira or the Public utilities commission of Ohio. Now Indian Hill wants to know which Way Madeira prefers to handle the increase a a Flat 30 percent or a 10 percent increase spread Over three years. Most Cound members Felt the 10 percent increase Over three years would be the most popu tor but not necessarily the most inexpensive method. Rowe said Indian Hill would postpone the third Reading of an ordinance to raise the rates until Madeira a Public works committee could review the. Matter. He said a decision would be needed by May 15. City manager Harry Price also reported to amp at Warner amex Cable conf Mun cations inc. Will install Madeira a first Cable television april 24 and the 45-Day free installation Benefit for residents will be in effect starting that Day representatives of Warner will visit each residence to explain the new system. Warner is still attempting to work out with those residents the most acceptable location for the Peden up transmitter in that system. Mrs. J. Johnson 7305 Thomas dr., requested Council to study the need for three Way Stop signs at the intersection of Thomas and Neeb. She and Cecil Lovejoy 7261 Thomas said the Street had become a Speedway and presented traffic hazards to pedestrians and motorists. In other business May was proclaimed As clean up paint up my Fath and of conjunct Tion with the proclamation it was announced that inmost corp. Has donated paint for Madeira s Railroad station and caboose and the kiwanis club has donated scaffolding. Council woman Mary Anne Christie asked for volunteers to do the painting. Madeira will also have a memorial Day Parade at 10 . May 25 starting at Sellman school and ending at City Hall. Sign of Spring Myra Baumes of Indian Hill left and Rosel Shundich of Terrace Park Are Busy painting a scene in Milford a Carriage Way Park while soaking up the Sunshine. Sycamore lunches threatened by Terri a Andrea Sycamore school districts lunch program could lose approximately $30,000 of Federal Money per month if the proposed budget cuts Are passed. The Board of education Learned of this at its april 22 meeting from Kenneth Seaman assistant superintendent. Seaman stated that currently the Sycamore school District receives approximately $20,000 in food surpluses and $10,000 in Cash reimbursements per month from the Federal government. According to Seaman if president Reagan a cuts Are approved the school lunch program will have to be closely examined As to the Type of food that will be served possibly going to a soup and Sandwich lunch is. A hot meal. The school districts lunch program has been in the Black since Price increases in lunches effective in october but those figures wont make up for the $30,000 per continued on Page 13. George acus joins Blue Ash administration 1 1 a up v k fill #. 1w 1 111 to \ t a i a George acus f see our f Daniel e. Henke a train Load spectacular pages8&9 Lowboy so supermarket Tacu Cluff a custom 7740 Laurel across Macieira. C Post office j k3e3i3s3e3e3�3w a a lingerie h Fri outlet a a �3 bathing suit fabric of a a $3 cd 2 to bathing suit cups m Fez gowns j Price in it a a up Vii m j6m_5s j m pc 41� it a i i 4 it 41� a a a ii a a a the principal of Sycamore Junior High school George Bud acus has been appointed Parks and recreation director for the City of Blue Ash effective aug. 1. Daniel e. Henke assistant principal at Sycamore High school will replace acus As principal. Acus will be responsible for All Blue Ash Park and recreation facilities and services. Parks and recreation accounts for approximately 20 percent of the total City budget this year $1,167,602. Acus will be responsible for 35 Winter reason employees and up to 85 during the summer. Acus served Sycamore school District for 28 years As teacher head football coach head basketball coach assistant principal of Sycamore Middle school and principal of Blue Ash elementary school. He became principal of the Junior High school in 1979. Acus is a graduate of Lockland High school and Miami University. He holds a master s degree in physical education recreation rad. Administration from Xavier University. Acus rad his wife Imogene a teacher at Edwin h. Greene school have two children. Blue Ash City manager Victor Suhm caled acus a ideally qualified for the Job Quot. Henke. 47, joined the Cote Prcz a ducts Grid rite Sycamore system As a mathematics teacher at the Junior High school in 1956. He coached varsity baseball rad also served As head basketball coach. He was named Sycamore High school assistant principal in 1973. Henke a native of Madeira is a graduate of Valparaiso University where he earned a . Degree rad of Xavier University where he completed requirements for a master s degree in school administration. Henke is Merried to a former Sycamore High teacher Mary Lou Weber. They have three children. An Active member of st. Paul a lutheran Church Henke is a former president of the federation of lutheran churches of greater Cincinnati. A we Are very fortunate to have a person of Danes Caliper rad experience in our District to step into buds shoes a a said Eugene Shrimpton superintendent. A of course we Arentt realy saying goodbye to Bud since he will still be in our Community rad will be working with us in various ways in his new capacity with the s Grill Sals my Mumm Evv in i 891-0251 overweight Tate some advice from 1 Tate me and lose tip to a Pound a Day. Brim Quot would you Edwitt that debate Lynous a Ai Krow the tattle of the Bufe m. Its Hue. I triad All kinds at diets. Nothing Oread id pm a Law % pounds and out Thorn Fht Hack on a then out that to it a h it can be the pounds to an to slip Ana so quickly 1 is a a it Calones or measuring Yth ouf drugs or a a Call today for a complimentary no obligation consultation. Kenwood 891-8444 tri county Quot a or Mem do. Wam 772-0611

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