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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - August 30, 1978, Cincinnati, OhioY yeah Rengo is Candice Collon a. 24. Will be on be Field As a Ben Ca sept. .1 As the Cincinnati bengals face Kansas City for the opening of the professional football season in Cincinnati. Candice is a Hyde Park resident. Her Mother is mrs. . Collova. 8640 Arbo Crest dr., Amberley. Candice is a graduate of Summit country Day school and Christ Hospital school of nursing. She works As a registered nurse and has been a professional dancer and dance and classical guitar teacher. The High school football season is also beginning. For a preview of it. See our special a crunch Quot Section in this edition. Cutting the ribbon b ignite Hies from the Montgomery Sycamore township area and the first National Bank of Cincinnati join to off Bialiy Cut the ribbon Oil. The Bank s new Montgomery office aug. 22. From left Are Jeannette Spradlin office manager . Pechtold president of the Sycamore township Board of trustees William Liggett chairman and chief executive officer for first National and. Fred Young mayor of Montgomery. Music for Sale in Madeira Rick Wilson director of music at Madeira High and Seilman Middle school has selected sept. 9 for buyers and Sellers of used in Truman is and music related items to come together at the Madeira High school band room from 10 . To 1 . A the is an Opportunity for beginning band students to Purchase an instrument at a reduced Price Quot he said. Barbara Watson choir director for the two schools will also be on hand at the Sale. A wards for safety Silverton vice mayor Helen Cassidy from left Madeira mayor Forest Atkins and Amberley Village councilman John Muething received top awards in the 39th annual aaa pedestrian safety inventory program from Robert Reinersman Center left vice president operations Cincinnati automobile club at a recent banquet sponsored by the Auto club s safety department. Amberley Village was awarded a special citation for casualty record Madeira received a pedestrian safety achievement award for a 30-year record of no pedestrian deaths and Silverton received a pedestrian safety achievement award for a 19-year record of no pedestrian deaths. Football is in the air and also in crunch �?T78, featured in this Issue to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 4 00 . Monday display advertising amp views dial 531 -0234 Cincinnati us Bimbane newspapers inc. Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights is her Tony Kenwood Deer Park Ross m Oyne i uon Vale Ridgewood Mark. Of Cucu Iatrow integrity vol. Xvii no. 5 15c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday August 30, 1978 4115 Montgomery re. Phone 53 i -0234 school buses to get lbs untimely staff resignations upset in school by. By Bob guard Indian Hill s Board of education May be left in a bind after receiving resignations from three contracted academic staff members within the last few weeks assistant High school principal Jeff sit Tason teacher Carol Goodman and guidance Counselor or. Helen Jones. They have requested that they be released from their contracts so they can pursue private interests and. Promotions outside of the school system this fall. Indian Hill schools superintendent Robert Boston requested that the Board release the three from their contracts at a regular meeting of the Board tuesday aug. 22. William Casper president of the Board was obviously annoyed by the ill limed resignations which came just a few weeks before the Start of the school year and he at first objected to the request. Casper asked Boston and Board members a what kind of a bind is our counselling staff going to be in this fail Quot Boston replied that he did no to know who would fill the vacated counselling position but also added a i done to think we should keep someone who does no to want to Boston alluded to attitude and morale problems As the principal drawbacks from retaining employees who want to quit. Casper although still angry agreed with the superintendent. Casper also noted that the entire situation a places us in a bad Light Quot because replacements will have to be wooed away from other area school districts at the same untimely part of the year. Casper registered a Token dissenting vote against accepting the resignations. Enrolment Down. Student enrolment for the 78-79 year is currently Down by 150 pupils compared to figures on record for March of 1978. Super n tend in t Boston continued on Page 6 no agreement reached at meeting Back to court for Madeira by Maure Eri Hehman Madeira Eity officials and members of accountability in Madeira Are no closer to settling their differences outside court following a meeting last thursday. Aim has filed suit in common pleas court asking the court to declare recently passed ordinances increasing the City earnings tax and enabling construction of a cily Park a City service building and renovation of City Hall invalid. The meeting of the two opposing groups was requested by presiding common pleas pour. Judge Robert Kraft Bill Cunningham attorney for asked City solicitor Stan Rone to sue City Council on behalf of Madeira taxpayers a technical Legal requirement and Hozick has declined. Saying in a letter he finds no abuse of municipal corporate a Powers. Aim had originally hoped to invalidate the or. Finances by referendum vote but disagreements Between the opposing groups As to the Validity of the referendums has stalled to referendum procedure 80 that,., even if legitimacy could be established they could not be certified for the nov. Ballot within 90 Days of the vote As required by Law. The Board of elections determined that one of the three referendum petitions concerning construction of the City service building did not contain enough signatures. Madeira City Council clerked Hillman will recommend that Council refuse to accept All the referendum petitions at the upcoming City Council meeting. Both sides Are citing technical Legal reasons for their positions the City saying the ordinances were properly passed and the petitions were not properly registered and alleging the City ordinances Are technically incorrect and citing an Ohio supreme court Case that the referendum petitions Are Correct. Aim will continue to seek a court injunction probably this week from judge Kraft to on the construction projects Stop work and to Stop effectiveness of the earnings tax ordinance. Part of a team concept reorganization Blue Ash police promotions by Gail Jordan Blue Ash police hired one new officer promoted two and transferred one As part of a. Team concept reorganization of the department begun earlier this year by chief Ron Sturgill. The promotions were made after a lawsuit brought by three Blue Ash officers contesting the eligibility requirements of the lieutenants exam was decided in favor of Blue Ash. Common pleas court judge Rupert. Doan decided the Case in favor of Blue Ash at an August 7 hearing. The suit was drought by officers Richard Fox Chris Wallace and David Rice. The results of the hearing and the promotions were announced at last thursdays Council meeting. According to City manager Vic Suhm the new officer is John Ladd formerly of the Madeira. Police department i promoted As a result of police examinations were Thomas Mcdaniel from officer to lieutenant and Dwight Cooke from crime prevention officer to investigator. John Batchler has been transferred to crime prevention officer replacing Cooke. The Force now stands at 22 sworn officers the full allotment for the first time in about a year said Suhm. Under the new system Blue Ash police Are grouped into three teams of six men each. The teams Are led by two lieutenants As Leader and assistant Leader. Cookers promotion brings the number of investigators to two. Council also referred to planning commission the request for a zone change to allow develop men of condominium at the Corner of Cooper and Plainfield ads. In the Cic Industrial Park. The requested change is from my Industrial to r3-p planned development. Charles Lyons representing cd development planners of the project told Council that 144 units were planned on the 19.33 acre site. The condominiums ranging in Price from $49,-500 to $78,500, would be both one and two Story townhouses. In other action Council opposed and requested a hearing with the Ohio department of liquor control on the License requests of june a Bug and foxy june a both at 5877 Cornell re. The request is for new licenses allowing Sale and carry out of Beer wine and liquor until i . Council also recorded objections without a hearing to the request for a carry out liquor License for your party store 10410 Kenwood re. Authorized Purchase of i i e w or k s fro m Rozzi a s famous fireworks for the Community Day Celebration september 23. Cost of the fireworks is not to exceed $2.450.a hired Balke engineers to Complete drainage and engineering improvements on the Blue Ash streets scheduled to be resurfaced next month. Blue Ash is a All Shook up inside by Gail Jordan it seems the bulldozers have taken Over Blue Ash. They Are everywhere you look digging up the roads to make wider better highways and digging up the Fields for hundreds of new houses and businesses. Blue Ash residents May just find that getting from one place to another re 3uires More patience and a different route than before. But Don t despair the major Road work now in Progress or soon to begin should be Complete by the end of the year according to City manager Vic Suhm. The largest project is completion of the Reed Hartman Highway. A both the Southern Section from the Cross county Highway North to Malsbary rd., and the Northern Section Malsbary re. To Cornell rd., Are nearing completion said Suhm. Road work on the Highway has been going on lor Over a year Road work on the Southern Section of the Reed Hartman Highway has. Run Over the extended Date of completion july 28. The contractor the John r. Jurgensen co., is paying the state liquidation damages of $200 per Day from july 28 until the project is Complete according to a spokesman from the Columbus office of the Ohio department of transportation. Progress on the Northern end of the project is a a pretty much on schedule and should be finished by the scanned oct. 31 completion ate the spokesman said. All the Railroad Crossings in the City Are in the process of being repaired by Conrail Suhm said last week repair of the crossing on Kenwood re. Caused traffic to be detoured. More Small detours can be expected while the Railroad repair Contin yes. Notices of the planned detours will appear in upcoming of life. Road resurfacing will begin a a any Day now on 14 Blue Ash roads Suhm commented. The work should take about 30 Days to Complete he said. Roads to be resurfaced include Victor ave., Raven Lane Millington Canary Thrush Opal Swallow and Lark courts. Also on the list Are Northfield Conklin Maynard Creek Zig Zag and Pfeiffer ads. Of i a Appel it is Page 20 this week compassionate parents Quot Story really is on Page 4 a Church bridal news Page 6 Norma Cooks gourmet main meal pie Page 11 a buy diamonds and Diamond estates from 100 to 100,000 Call for appt 791-0793 news in Brief la enrolment team at Kenwood sept. 5 the fall enrolment team at the University of Cincinnati will be at Kenwood mall tuesday sept. 5, ii . To 7 ., answer questions from prospective area students. Lyla Haggard us enrolment coordinator said a Large number of students live in the Kenwood area a and it is important for us to be available in this Community to answer questions a Haggard said us has a number of new features this fall designed to assist students in enrolling and remaining in their education programs. These include a registration and fees can be paid by master Barge and visa a weekend University with classes on saturday and sunday a easier registration process particularly for students who know what they want to study. Until sept. 1.6, Many students can Register by phone and pay Bills by mail an Effort led by us president Henry r. Winkler is being made to individualize the University to meet individual student needs. Send us your soccer players Well Brief. A a a at least Send us your game scores and u highlights and information about upcoming games. It seems youngsters of All Ages and both sexes and their parents and coaches Are getting a big kick out of share the fun with our readers. Designate a soccer. Type up doubled spaced team information and submit it to suburban life office by monday morning before the following wednesdays edition. You May bring the information in drop it in the mail Slot Over the weekend or Send it to suburban life sports 4415 Montgomery rd., 45212. At the end of the season we will publish pictures of division winners. Early deadlines there will be Early deadlines for the edition of sept. 6, because of labor Day weekend. Deadline for photos is thursday noon news 2 . Thursday late breaking news and sports Friday 10 . Deadline for classified ads is Friday 4 . The display and deadline is Friday 3p.m. Blue Ash to award contracts a special meeting of the Blue Ash City Council will be held thursday aug. 31. 8 . In Council Chambers of the municipal and safety Center 4343 Cooper rd., for the purpose of awarding contracts on construction of the club House for the municipal Golf course. Montgomery Homes robbed two Montgomery Homes were broken into and ransacked. Last week according to Montgomery police. Sometime aug. 27, the front door of the Home at 10725 adventure ln., was forced and the., Home ransacked. Police said an unknown amount of property was taken. Thieves forced the Back door at 10726 lanyard or. Sometime Over the weekend. Jewelry and credit cards were taken from the master bedroom police said. An attempt was made to break in the sliding Back door at 10726 Escondido or. Sometime aug. 25, police said. Mumm 0�v cleaning specialists since 1s10 Eten be a of tut or 321-5100 301 a Madison Hoad

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