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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - December 06, 1978, Cincinnati, OhioNews in Brief Blue Ash girl s body found and police hold suspect Blue Ash police found the body of 17-year-old Lonni Mahone at about 10 30 . Monday morning after a week Long investigation into the gins disappearance. The body was found by police chief Ron Sturgill in a Well at 11118 Labelle ave. Hazelwood a predominantly Black subdivision of Blue Ash. A suspect Douglas him Payne 20, of the same address is in police custody. The girl had lived with her family at 1113 Labelle. In mini had last been seen monday nov. 27 when some witnesses told police she had gotten into a car with a Young Black Man. Lonni had been known As a Good student at Sycamore High school and she planned to attend College. The police and her family had no reason to believe Lonni had run away or left Home voluntarily since she was close to her family a Good and Well liked student did not have a single boy Friend and did not drink or use drugs. She was looked up to As a Leader by other Black students. Sturgill said that charges would be made following a Coroner s report. The family confirmed identification of the body monday evening. Jacobs Kenwood plan before judge for decision its up to common pleas court judge Robert a orman now. The trial is completed in a suit filed by Mart Jacobs in 1976 against Hamilton county commissioners after they three times failed to approve a a a immunity unit plan development for his 36-acre property Between Stewart and Kenwood re. In the Evenwood area of Columbia twp. The plan Calls for a 136-unit apartment Complex on the property at an Overall density the same As single family development. The plan was approved by review hoards which answer to the commissioners. The apartment. Complex has been hotly protested however by area homeowners who formed the Columbia twp. Homeowners Assoc to fight the project. At the same time Madeira City solicitor Stan Rozic has told Council he is preparing to defend the City in a similar Case Jacobs filed against Madeira. The City refused to Grant a zone change so that Jacobs could develop a Cluster a in the City on 28 acres of property on the West Side of Kenwood rd., just North of a Whetsel adjacent to the Caribou area and also adjacent to the Columbia twp. Property. The Jacobs proposal is to build on Only 10 of the acres retaining Overall density on the 28 the same As for single fam ily development. Rozic has informed Council that the Case Cost the county approximately $8,000 in expert witness time etc., excluding court time. Rozic is hoping to employ some of the same expert testimony and perhaps arrange to share some costs with the county. Foy House in Madeira continuing health problem or. And. Mrs. Thomas Foy who were1 ordered out of their Madeira Home by the county Board of health until serious health violations Are corrected have paid Over $2,000 in police citation alone since 1972, according to Madeira police. Police said the owners of the Home 7904 Buckeye Crescent have been fined "23 times for unhealthy conditions since 1972. The most recent charge was sept. Of this year police said. As a result of the nov. 18 inspection health officials ordered the foys out of the House until the problems Are corrected. Madeira police said Moat of the citations have led to convictions in either mayors court or Hamilton. County municipal court. The foys have paid repeated fines of $50 plus court costs from Madeira mayors court police said. Last month health officials and members of the Madeira Indian Hill fire dept inspected the Home and found garbage rotting food and unsanitary conditions. Previous health inspections also showed health violations. Madeira police officer Richard Pope said he first visited the Home a few weeks after he joined the Force in 1970 and said a it was bad for one period in 1976 and 1977, Madeira police were citing the foys on a daily basis said Pope. The foys always paid the fines he said. Health building and fire inspectors have repeatedly ordered corrections of the building violations removal of rotting food and extermination of vermin on the property. Susan Niemi is this year s Lucia Bride this years Lucia Bride of the scandinavian society of Cincinnati is a Montgomery Young woman Susan Niemi. Susan is a Sycamore High school graduate and a freshman at Wittenberg univ. She will be crowned in ceremonies this weekend when the society celebrates the annual Lucia festival a swedish tradition originating in the 19th Century. In. December the coldest and darkest time of the year Lucia becomes a reminder of the gradual return of the Sun. She also Marks the opening of the Yule season. Early Dawn on dec. 13, swedish families Are awakened by a daughter of the House dressed As Lucia. She serves Coffee and swedish pastries to those still in bed. Lucia a Long White gown is tied with a red Sash and the circlet of Green Lingoi Ibenye leaves in her hair reflects the gleaming candles in her Crown. Sisters dressed in White adorned with halos and carrying candles follow Lucia. The boys in the household also join the procession. They Are called a Star boys and Wear tall Cone shaped hats decorated with newspaper Carrier blooms beautifully in Job so Many of our newspaper carriers do a Job above and. Beyond what is demanded of them. Such a Carrier is Linda Lamping who delivers suburban life newspaper on Clifford drive in Deer Park. Among Linda a customers is an elderly couple or. And mrs. Stanley Charleton. For the past month., Linda Quot has been attaching a. Flower to the papers she delivers to the Charleton. A she has been delivering the paper for a Long time and is As Sweet As can be a remarked mrs. Charleton. Greenery that s for real need Christmas Cash real Quick ? use a Csini instant action want and to sell household items someone ele Mav be looking to buy. Mrs. Kenneth Walsh did and called to thank us for the immediate response she got for a baby crib and bar stools which were sold before 8 . Thursday. In fact the crib sold wednesday night and mrs. Walsh reports she could have sold it Many times Over. To place your and Call 731-7170. Final deadline is 4 . Monday but do it now while its on your mind. Your Christmas a greenery a could he More than decorative this year. Library Ohio hi.9tor.ieal 906.1oty 1982 Velma ave Columbus Ohio 43211 a ii to place a classified and Cali 731-7170 by 4 00 . Monday display advertising amp news Call 531-0234 Cincinnati sub it re an Ines sraders inc. Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village a Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silvertand Kenwood Deer Park rms Moynet Dillon Vaier Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity vol. Xvii no. 19 15c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday december 6, 1978 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531 -0234 inter Parish ministry could restore life to Elliott House historic building dates to circa 1802 by Rick Sonneborn an attempt to Block the Sale and possible demolition of the historic Elliott House in Indian Hill has succeeded in delaying a final decision on the structures Fate Village officials currently Are awaiting a report on the feasibility of allowing the building to be restored and used As Headquarters for the inter Parish ministry service Agency. A petition with 325 signatures was presented to Indian Hill Council ibis past week in opposition to a recent Council committee recommendation that the decaying House be sold. During the Council meeting the Rev. Paul Long pastor of Indian. Hill Church suggested that the inter Parish ministry might be interested in occupying part of the City owned Elliott House should it be restored. The Rev. Long however called his suggestion a an initial individual Effort on my part that still must be discussed among the six pm cd churches involved in the in Ter Parish ministry program. The group currently has office space provided by the Indian Hill Quot Hurch. Programs amp to the Church and activities of the ministry program Are both expanding. The Rev. Long said. A it would be Nice if they inter Parish ministry could have their own he said. Moving the service Agency into the Elliott House would first involve gathering an estimated $100,000 to restore the Structure. The inter Parish ministry would then have to pay Utility Coats of operating the building. A we Are now trying to find out How much it would Cost to operate the building a the Rev. Long said he said the proposed move is very tentative this time. A within the next two weeks we should have something tangible a he said. A a it a my Hope that something can be done with the the inter Parish ministry fills clothing and food needs in Eastern Hamilton county and Western Clermont county. It was founded 12 years ago by Indian Hill Church st. Timothy a episcopal i Hurch on Beechmont ave,., and st. Thomas episcopal co trim Unity Church in Terrace Park. Since that time Armstrong Chapel Church in Indian hi1.l Mariemont Community Church and Milford United methodist Church have joined in support of the ministry. The Elliott House is one of the oldest Stone residences in the area Accord ing to officials at Miami Purchase Assn. It was built in 1802 with Field Stone by John Elliott one of the earliest settlers to the Miami Purchase. The Structure was placed on. The National Register of Torio places in october of barring demolition of the building with Federal funds. The Village purchased the historic Stone Structure in 1967 along with a 22-acre site alone the Banks of the Little Miami River. The land was purchased because part of the parcel was outside Indian Hill and Council a did not want the land to get into the hands of a Developer a said City manager a. Wray White. But incorporating the land into Indian Hill did not solve the problem of maintaining the Elliott House. A Council has been woiring about it for 12 years a White said. Currently there Are several other structures on the land including the Camp Livingstone Lodge. While said the main portion. Of the Elliott House is structurally sound but the roof leaks badly. A the original Stone masonry had a stucco covering that is partly r e m o v e d a n d Uncle s s repaired will rapidly deteriorate White said. White said a contractor has estimated it would take $100,000 to restore the main building and put it in usable shape. But the final Price tag could be higher As White called the estimate a an intelligent wild Blue Ash re. Repairs Are the focus of Deer pm. Cd request by Maureen Hehman Deer Park is hoping to receive several Hundred thousand dollars in Federal Community development cd funds Over the next three years primarily to completely refurbish Blue Ash re. There will be a Public meeting dec. 14, 7 30 . At Deer Park City Hall to discuss citizens advisory committee recommendations to Council in seeking cd Grants. Joe Kamp and Irv. Schmidt Are Quot chairmen of the citizens committee. Deer Park has already received $130,000 for the first phase of reconstruction of file Ash re. Plans Are finished and specifications must be drawn and bids let for construction to begin in the Spring according to Don Lally a member of the citizens committee and Deer Park safety service director. The first phase of reconstruction will begin at the North Boundary of Deer Park at Blue Ash re. And Sycamore twp., near i pro Matson re. The paving Cross county Highway is v Down to approximately Matson re. The paving sidewalks drainage and parking areas along the r a i 1 r o a. D t r a. C k s n e a r businesses will be improved and intersections widened to allow left turn lanes. Deer Park will ask for $.131,000 for 1979 for phase two of Blue Ash re. Improvements up to Hegner ave. In 1980, Deer Park Hopes to get $129,000 for completion of the project to the South City line. In 1981, Deer Park will request that a comprehensive master plan for the City be drawn up to plan City improvements and to devise ways of funding them. The City will also ask for $198,000 in 1981 to develop a a Quot a neighbourhood strategy area around Hegner and Webster streets including also Glenway Brookline Maple and Lafayette. The Money would be used to make Low Cost Loans and outright Grants to area residents to help them. Buildings sidewalks roads improve their Homes. Those eligible would be Low to Mode rate income residents and retired people on fixed incomes. Lally said the City Hopes eventually to move from neighbourhood to neighbourhood with plans and Money for upgrading Ings Sid and parking. Area residents Are invited to the meeting to hear More about the proposals and to present any ideas for cd Money they May have. The cd Money is limited to certain kinds of projects which do not include schools and must primarily Benefit Low to moderate income people. Done to sound a Wolf in Montgomery meet a Renaissance woman on Page 10. A Madeira Reader irate at met Page 2. Sports pictures and stories pages 14, 15. Holiday happenings Page 4 and throughout. Meet Madeira and Megan Page 22. The increase in Home burglaries is worrying area residents and the increase in false burglar alarms is worrying the police. Montgomery City Council will take Steps to reduce false alarms in. The City which have risen to As Many As 30 and 35 per month and even As High As 55, by introducing an ordinance to regulate burglar alarms in the City at tonight a meeting. According to the ordinance All alarms must be registered with the City. There is a Fine of $25 for a first false burglar alarm $100 for the second $200 for the third and $200 plus $100 for each false alarm thereafter. There Are certain exceptions when an alarm is being tested and the police Are notified and a 30-Day Grace period is allowed for new alarms. The City of Indian Hill last year enacted a similar ordinance. Most Montgomery alarms Are located in businesses some in residences. The signals usually go through the Hamilton county dispatcher who then notifies the police who hurry to the scene. If there is no emergency situation the police time is lost explained Council president Florence Kennedy. The Law is an attempt to have residents take responsibility for their alarm systems she said. In other Council business tonight 8 ., at City Hall Council will consider designating the Pioneer Section of Hopewell cemetery As a City landmark authorizing Purchase of police cruisers approving supplemental contract with Burgess and Niple planners of the new Swaim held Park approving a color list for signs in the old downtown Montgomery area and a sign variance for Bartons bakery. Schwinn deluxe exerciser we buy a if s i diamonds and Diamond estates from Oft cleaning specialists if >100 to >100,000 singe Tato nor up a Otu far Call for Appl 321-5100 791-0793 2016 Madison Road Lay away now for Christmas Montgomery cycler 793-3855 umm umm soup third graders at the John f. Dumont school in Madeira have been Busy studying food and nutrition. Some classes brought vegetables from Home and cooked homemade soup in. Slow cookers and then ate their creations for lunch. Other clasps made charts of six nutrients from Magazine clippings and All the classes will be touring the Hyde Park Kroger store. Pictured with their soup left to right Shannon Koth Teddy Naegele. Lainie Goldsmith Chucky Osborn and Rachel Biales. Please share your Christmas please share your Christmas or hanukah with us. Tell us about your family traditions your childhood memories Happy times unusual events. One of our readers Mary nose Losh shared Christmas with us through her poem. We so enjoyed our Christmas memories printed last year that we Hope some of you. Older folks will dust off your Christmas memories and share with us there Are whole generations of readers for instance who do not know what Christmas was like during the world War during the great depression and other historical eras. For younger folks please share with us How you make Christmas season memorable now for your families in your clubs churches and neighbourhoods. Christmas is a time for sharing please share with us. Christmas by Mary Rose Losh. The Hustle and Bustle Ana Holiday cheer tells me that Christmas time is near. Look out merchants in runs the crowd laughing and talking so very loud. Sales and bargains Are All you see is that the Way Christmas Skoules be oven fresh cookies trimming a tree a expensive looking presents its not enough for me. X Caras and tetters from one time friends keep pouring in they never end. People invited out for Holiday cheer wine whiskey liquor and Beer. It s fun and games for a week or two then its Back to Normal for me and you. In the meantime through All of this we forgot the purpose of the gifts of the Goodwill toward men of the smiles of friends. Many years ago a Star was born they named him Jesus on Christmas morn. A babe in a Manger so helpless and frail came to redeem the work and save us from peril. The Best present we got on this glorious Day was that babe in a Manger in a land far away. With Mary and Joseph right by his Side to love him to feed him to help him survive. So remember this yeas Christmas draws near the Little child Jesus not the Holiday cheer and thank god so much a cause he gave us his son to help make this world a much better one. Miss Losh lives at 8481 Beech ave Brian is Good most the time dear Santa i love you very much. I am Good some of the time. I would Tike Godzilla Shogun and a tar and a electric battleship and a by gun and a Modle vet. Love Brian Heckman age 8 Crystal ave. Add the Brilliant Hua of ica Riet and groan to tha Thomaa of your family and Friendl with Thia healthy porn Ettta Plant trimmed with rad latin Bow and him Marg fail. Order at. S8.95 for free dal wary within metropolitan Cincinnati. Offer Good through Tuatay Leo Amter 12th. Town Square Suhr Rhone 891 7711 a 7539 Kenwood re of Koslof Kenwood shop hmm

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