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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - January 02, 1974, Cincinnati, OhioLooking backwards Library Ohio historical society 1982 Velma ave. Columbus Ohio 43211 l-ii1973 a year for political 1973 a year for political changes both nationally and locally. Suburban life area communities saw residents using their right to referendum on three occasions to change decisions made by various elected bodies. Both Blue Ash and Madeira got new police manager and Indian Hill a chiefs Amberley a new City new school superintendent. November elections brought prospects change in local government when incumbents were Defeated in Many communities. And republicans at Home began to feel the effects of Washington s political problems. The year in review looks like this january Over 750 Montgomery residents got their Way in january when Council voted to submit what became known As the a Chelsea Moore rezoning on the ballot for a vote by the people in May. The action opened what was to be an open Battle Between elected officials who favored rezoning the property for an office and condominium development and residents who wanted the 22 acres of land preserved for residential purposes. Dogs running Loose in Montgomery Learned they were in dangerous territory when the City hired its first dog Warden in january. He was Otis Apple. Madeira residents might be interested in recalling High Light of summertime 1973 for Many youngsters was As usual Knothole season. Lyle Magee of Montgomery Square takes a swing at a practice session held shortly before the season s opener. By this summer of 1974, Montgomery Ball players and their coaches Are hoping the City will have purchased additional places where they can play. Expenses filed two ineligible after Campaign tue Independent candidates who ran for a seat on Blue Ash Council and lost Are ineligible to run for election again for the neat five years Board of elections spokesmen said James p. Klatte 3441 Cooper rd., a candidate in the 5th Ward filed his Campaign expenses late and is. Subject to the penalty under state Law unless the Board decides otherwise. His Case will be heard the citizens for Montgomery committee which produced three out of four winning candidates spent $1394.00 on the Campaign while the Montgomery Community committee spent $713. The Alma Blazic for Council committee showed expenses of $388. The Blue Ash Republican committee spent $1826, compared to $69.62 spent by the Blue Ash residents team supporting the Independent candidates. Gop receipts totalled $1883, which included a $583 carryover $50 contributions from each candidate several other contributions from private citizens and a $500 contribution from the City a solicitor Robert Mcconaughy. Personal expenditures and receipts were As follows a before the Board after january 1. Ronald Swensen 3762 Cooper rd., a candidate for Council at Large did not file his Cam Bairn expenses As of december 28. Board spokesmen said both candidates received two notices. Election expenses ran highest in Sycamore township and Deer Park while Amberley Village candidates listed no personal or committee expenses or contributions. Candidates there ran unopposed. Only two Indian Hill candidates listed expenses. They were James Orr and Andrew Hauck who both listed expenses of $1. Deer Park republicans spent $2918 to end up losing All but one seat on Council to democrats who spent $2580. Sycamore township republicans listed expenses of $2136. R. Mellon i h. Houzer cd a. Ball d r. Schuckz r Munib r p Mckinney re c. Re a iii s. Stoller r d. Query r d. Biederman or j. Biker r m. Mcgahan a it x Wai r g. In Ehui r d. Rohdenburg r w. Pines r e. Lay cock r r. Wird r Leo Root d d. Guenther re h. Aloud d b. Ritter d g. Wilde cd g. Horn d b. Sci whey 0 j. Ziegler d f. Heely cd l. Leonard d p. Of Leary d Andrew Hauck Janea Orr Blue Asb receipt none $15,31 <10 none none Deer Park none none $35 Handuma Indian Hill Madeira that it was one year ago this month that City manager George babe first proposed a new a in Cruiser burglar alarm system for the City which is still under study by Council. February Blue Ash mayor Charles Proctor announced he would end a four year political career As mayor by not seeking reelection in november and the City and former police chief Ralph Conlon ended a Long ordeal when Conlon announced he was dropping his suit against the City contesting his dismissal As chief in 1970. Soon after he was Given a Job As chief investigator. Montgomery expanded its territory by accepting 700 acres of annexed land in Symmes township while the Sycamore Deer Park Jay Cees provided a much needed Community service when they opened a recycling Center in Deer Park across from the municipal building. Sycamore aviator wrestlers continued what seems to be becoming a tradition when they captured the Ehi title once again. W March Montgomery residents Learned that a new car in a 1 e r a i p eco no m y Chevrolet was planning to locate on a piece of residents ally zoned land on Montgomery re. And Cooper re. Residents vowed they would fight it. Silverton Community Council gave operation identification a boost by promoting the program Street by Street and door to door. Recreation was the subject of conversation in Indian Hill where the Board of education decided voters should be asked to approve a .6 Mill Lew to Purchase recreational land while a group of Montgomery residents demanded that 20 percent of earnings tax Money collected in their City be spent on recreation. April Madeira residents and businessmen showed their willingness to rally around a worthy cause by setting up the Don Wallace fund to Fly their ailing police chief Home from Fri school in Quantico Virginia. Four Days later on april 10. Wallace lost a five year Battle with Hodgkin s disease. After being treated for comp cations at Christ Hospital.-1 Sycamore township and Madeira residents joined forces to oppose the Rezon ing of property at Galbraith and Montgomery re. For apartments and business by presenting the Hamilton county commissioners with a petition signed by 500 residents. Later commissioners turned thumbs Down on the rezoning. Amberley Village started looking for a new City manager when Hugh Graff announced he would retire in june after a Long political career with the Village. May it was clean up paint and beautify time at the Madeira a amp a Railroad sta Tion and the Madeira Kenwood Jaycees pitched in to do a Dandy Job on what was to be Madeira a new Community Center. Pee wee season officially opened in May with Rutterer teams Browns and Grays opening with no bitters Kennedy Heights residents were prepared for May showers when they staged their festival of umbrellas Parade and picnic to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Kennedy Heights Community Council. Former Madeira police chief Don Wallace and Amberley chief William Krueger were honoured by the Cincinnati chamber of Commerce. Krueger received the Community service award for his participation in operation identification and Wallace was honoured for his dedication to Law enforcement Blue Ash City officials decided three years was Long enough to go without a chief of police and Ron Sturgill patrolman with a the department for six years we named chief june 4 Blue Ash republicans Hopes of seeing Harold Korbee become the City a next mayor were dashed when. Korbee announced he would resign from Council to become a resident of Sycamore Quot township. Stephanie Stoller was named As his replacement and became the first woman Ever to serve on a Blue Ash Council. Indian Hill residents led by anti fluoridation st Dona. Johnson Learned they would exercise their right to referendum by voting in november to repeal the villages 11 year old fluoridation ordinance. Amberley Village councilwoman Helen fix was told her part time Job As asst stent to the Hamilton county Engineer conflicted with her Job As a Council won an according to the Village charter. Soon after she gave up her county Job to continue As an. Quot elected official. June saw the death of former Montgomery mayor John Sherrit and 62 Sycamore school District students Learned they would be going to different schools in september due to redistricting. Continued next week to place a classified and dial 731-7170 display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 serving tie conium twins of fut ath Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira Pleasnt it Date a re Coil Kennedy actg hex Silverton Kenwood Deer Park a Hoss Moynet Dilton ale Ridgew thai Mark of ctr Cul at ion i it e Crit v vol. Xiii no. 23 Cincinnati Ohio wednesday Jan nary 2, 1974 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234 mayor police chief City of Montgomery faces three Law suits two million asked a the Law department in the City of Montgomery has been bombed in the last three weeks a solicitor Richard Dusterberg said last week. He was referring to three Law suits filed against the City in the past two months the latest being a two million Dollar suit filed against the City four police officers mayor Robert Novak and police chief Ray More. The City is also being exp Enen �?�36.00 $113.68 $15/37 $72.00 $110.00 $56.00 �160.00 $391.00 <56.00 $53.00 $87.96 $57.00 none <115.00 $100 $45.00 $45.00 none $1.00 $1.0� r. Ackerman r h. Caldwell r a. John r d Mcdonald re a Reid r c. Schneider r a. Smith irs Testma r Ste Meyer Dot r. Terai f. Kennedy h. Smith f. Schilling x Schroer d. Skelton l. Pettit a. Static $10.00 $252.00 $252.00 Montgomery receipt 110.25 $9.50 $9.75 $8.75 1.25 $10.25 $9.25 $13261 $252.00 <252.00 sex Pear $45.73 $45.73 $81.61 $2.24 none $1.00 <86.87 $3.14 taken to court for declaratory judgements on the Validity of residential zoning for property owned by the Chelsea Moore company see article in Box and a piece of Montgomery re. Property owned by mrs. Catherine Radabaugh. Dusterberg said there is no Merit to a suit filed december 20 in . District court by Ivan o. Deskins former owner , gasoline station at Cooper and Montgomery ads. A a there is no Merit to1 the charges and Well definitely fight them a Dusterberg said. Quot a i have not talked to Ray Moore yet so i can to say anything More about it. In a couple of weeks Well have a comment but i done to know that it will be any more1 definitive. With a suit of this magnitude Well have to handle it with care1,.�?� Deskins is charging that police chief Moore extorted Money from him on november 28 that he was verbally abused and then charged with assault by policeman Hermes and Sellers on december 9. He further charged that he requested the City to help him remove abandoned cars from his premises Between nov. 28 and dec. 9 and was refused contrary to what is inquired by Law but was served citations for storing the vehicles on his property by patrolman Steve Mcdaniels on dec. 10. Deskins said he was served with a number of other citations for the same offence by Mcdaniels and patrolman Robert Reichert and denied a right to a trial by jury by mayor a Vak whom Deskins say fined him excessively $1320.00. He further charged a bugging device was planted by police on an individual to record Deskins conversations. Deskins was arrested and charged by Montgomery police in december of 1972, with making fraudulent car repairs. He was later convicted on the charge in Hamilton county common pleas court and sold his station sometime later. s lawyer Scott Ray says those actions plus charges brought by Montgomery police that chief Ray Ectore inside Chelsea files suit the Chelsea Moore company has filed a declaratory judgement suit against the City of Montgomery asking that the Hamilton county common pleas court judge the reasonableness of residential zoning for a 22 acre lot the company owns on Pfeiffer and Montgomery ads. Council approved rezoning of the property from residence a a to a of and a do for offices and condominiums in August 1972 and overrode the mayors veto of the ordinance in october. The decision was then overturned by voters in a referendum last May. Solicitor Richard Dusterberg said in july of 1972 that it was his opinion that if the Case is taken to court and the court decides the zoning is too restrictive the land could become a Sun zoned and conceivably be used for any purpose. The solicitor said last week that he still holds this opinion. Dusterberg said the Case will probably be heard sometime in 1974. A a it a a declaratory judgement suit and they take precedence Over the docket so its not going to be a two year de amp Kras attempted to intimidate a witness which were dismissed by judge Peter Outcalt in preliminary hearing and the present suit Are All interrelated. A my client was forced out of his business because of the Chain of events caused by the action of defendants named in the suit. To us its All Deskins is now Selling batteries his lawyer said. Ray would make no comment on the charge that police chief Moore attempted to extort Money a Silverton r. Ben Ken r r. Erlick r w. Ruhr r t. Clint a it r. Pegrum Rand a j. Panel to r e. Keith r b. Or Naby re j. Young k s2s.oo $25.00 Exi Doc area 100 00 $132.00 50.00 25.00 $25.00 none $25.00 25.00 $25.00 hearings set in Blue Ash hearings Are set in Blue Ash january 17, 8 and 9 . In the 1st National Bank building. The first will be a Public hearing at 8 . To consider a request for a special permit to establish a Day care Center at 9 l00 Kenwood re. Council will hear an Appeal decision i zoning b v of continued on Page 2 by the zoning Board of appeals involving the use of lot. 69. 4938 Meyers in. Blue Ash approves four million Dollar budget advertises for new City budding Page 3. Cagers plan change in tourney Page 10. Jaycee team in Deer Park Semi finals Page lets Stop wasting Energy editorial Page 2. Deer Park Council ends years business Page 2. School Board expenses candidates for seats on the Sycamore Indian Hill and Madeira school boards listed their Campaign expenses As follows Sycamore r. Adams $87.50 c. Kennedy $12.54 e. Korengel $44.42 v. Leonard $54.85 Madeira h. Billeter jr., $266.75 s. Hershey $32.83 e. Hurst $14.07 m. Pickett $56.86 j. Renold listed $20 in contributions. Indian Hill a. Alisten $6.40 j. Bridgeland. $65.46 p. Lynch $134.60 j. Pappas. $68.35 r. Remke $205.23. Deer Park candidates listed no expenses. Finan studies civil service state representative Richard h. Finan Hamilton county 19th District has recently been appointed a member of the Ohio civil service study i. Mission. The commission was created by the 110th general Assembly to study the status and classification of civil service controlled employees in Ohio commenting on the study Finan said a it has been some 14 years since the Overall Law has been reviewed. Since we have Over 9001 classifications and. In a rapidly changing governmental set up it is important to the employee that this review by mayor Robert Novak Early deadline suburban life will be printed on new presses in Woodlawn beginning next week. Contributors Are asked to cooperate with an Early deadline for next week Only due to the changes. News deadlines will be Friday at noon. Picture deadline will be 10 . Friday. Deadlines for classified and display advertising will be Friday at 5 . From Deskins but said discovery procedures will be initiated before the trial that will explain the charges. Ray said because Bis client was served with a number of citations that together amounted to Over $50 in fines he was entitled to a trial buy jury which he said was denied by mayor Robert Novak in mayors court. Ray said also that his client requested that each Case be heard. Separately but was denied that request. Deskins was fined $1320 by mayor Novak which be in charging is excessive. Solicitor Dusterberg said $50 is the maximum Fine for storing inoperative vehicles on premises but Deskin s Fine reached the High amount because he was charged on a number of counts. Ray also explained the bugging charge. A they sent a person with an electronic listening device into his station and then filed a charge As a result of Ray said the charge was intimidating a witness which was dismissed in preliminary hearing in 1972. Police chief Moore would make no comment on the suit other than he thinks Deskin s arrest for making fraudulent car repairs and the suit Are Given oxygen Eunice Schrieber. 4251 Glenway. Was Given oxygen by the Deer Park life squad dec. 25. She was taken to mercy Hospital. Relat a i think that a what this is All about. Id rather any other comments came from Dusterberg. Policemen named As defendants Are Paul Hermes Charles Sellers. Robert Reichert and Steven Mcdaniels. Hearing on Reed Hartman Blue Ash residents Are reminded meeting thursday. Jan. 10, 8 . In the 1st National Bank building to discuss plans for the Reed Hartman Highway. The program will include a presentation of two alternative routes or a no build option

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