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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - January 18, 1978, Cincinnati, Ohio2 suburban use wednesday january a 1978the Hions den9 tales in which we done to talk about the weather life l suburban on the scene with Maureen Hehman Why i Ever agreed to moderate a p a n e 1 discussion on. First amendment rights with Simon lets Hamilton county prosecutor Benson Wolman executive director of the Ohio american civil liberties Union and investigative reporter Gerald White i will never know. I Quot guess 1 Felt obligated since i am chairwoman of the Freedom of information committee of women in communications the 5roup that put on the discussion Jan 5. It was supposed to be a discussion out turned into something of a debate. White did not show up and it became a one on one situation the first amendment is. Simon lets. I gave an obligatory talk before the match about recent events concerning the press and first amendment rights such As Ngn gag rules confidentiality of sources privacy and Sunshine rules. It was rather Boring. Everybody was waiting for the main event. Leis went in fighting in his opening remarks. Challenging the press and citing incidents where it had not come Forward with information vital to criminal trials. Benson Wolman Quot hosted up the whole discussion by jumping immediately to what everyone wanted to talk about anyway the Hustler "0 Calcutta a incidents. To Imp a attacked leis prosecution of these and said it has made the Community a leis rebounded quickly and the fight was on. To toll you the truth i was sitting Between the two men tension Alley and i done to remember a lot of specifics. 1 do remember a contrast in manner leis dressed rather nastily in a three piece Grey Tweed suit with White on Black Small polka Dot tie. He has a face that would appear at Home under a hard hat. Or behind the speaker of a cd radio. Leis is a fighter. He angers easily particularly when being attacked on his obscenity prosecutions. He is emotional almost impassioned in Bis defense of these. Wolman rather slight of build glasses owlish intellectual egg head appearance was deceptive and after the jugular. He spoke articulately and piqued leis constantly asking him such things As whether he leis had committed any. Deviate sexual behaviour after seeing the Hustler and 0 Calcutta material. These kinds of remarks hit the Mark angering leis As i am sure Wolman knew they would. Occasionally the tension would break with leis or Wolman laughing at a remark of the other. In a. Nutshell the arguments went this Way Lem he is just upholding the Laws made by other government bodies his prosecution of pornography has helped keep Cincinnati clean and wholesome unlike some other big cities he does not spend an undue amount of time and Money on prosecution of this kind he has letters and information which Quot prove that pornography has led to sexual assaults the people of Hamilton county generally approve of his official behaviour or they vote for him. He also cited the High number of favourable letters to the editor in the daily papers after he prosecuted Larry Flynt. Wolman and some audience member Why spend time and taxpayer Money on a victimless crime Why choose to make such prosecutions of High priority Why try to ten adults what they can see and read Why was �?o0 Calcutta stopped Only after tickets had been sold leis said he believed theatre people would police themselves and cited liquor and nudity in the same building As a violation of the Law although leis rightly enough pointed out that a jury not he decides if a matter is obscene Wolman said that leis must first decide to move on a prosecution of this kind. He must decide what in his mind is possibly obscene and therefore admissible to a grand jury. This kind of prosecution tends to inhibit free expression Wolman said. And the argument went on. With me stuck in the Middle. I know the faults of the newspaper Media now in a learning some faults of the to Media. I appeared in a film clip and Story about the a a debate that evening on the 11 o clock news. The newscaster not Only did no to identify me he also Cut me in half when i stood up within camera Range. Maybe the Channel 9 camera Man who covered the debate was getting even with me. 1 insisted on having a speakers Rostrum at the table Over his objections. That was a wild week for me. The Friday before new years eve i was Busy making up the Jan. 4 edition of the paper. 1 walked past someone who was pasting up a Page and whoosh he made a backward motion with his hand the one in which he held the razor Sharp exact knife it caught me and sunk in to the Hilt. I guess it s like seeing someone slip on a banana Peel it seems hilarious to onlookers. Everyone in the composing mom where we compose papers not music laughed until they realized i had really been Hurt. I after temporarily staunching the puncture and after putting the paper to bed about four or five hours later i wound up in emergency care getting mopped up and needled. 1 Hadnot realized what a hazardous occupation this is coincidentally the very Nice nurse who took care of me turned out to be a Montgomery resident Jane Newberry whose husband is a teacher at Sycamore Junior. High. I certainly appreciated the kind care i received from her. I m looking Forward to a quieter february. News maker ares residents Ronald Becker 8715 wicklow ave. James Blanton 10495 Deerfield re. Boy Stehli Nithart . Miami Hills and Wayne Smith 5683 Kugler Mill received their degrees from Ohio state University during autumn Quarter commencement exercises dec. F. Oppenheimer loses bid for Oki spot Judy s food Market ,4s As your Telephone rain Snow Shine be deliver anytime. 62 Madeira appointment methods eyed Montgomery a Lodge day9 Montgomery building commissioner William Fiedler from left. Mayor Fred Young and Robert Wykoff m Aster of Montgomery Lodge 94, look at the mayors proclamation declaring yesterday a a Day of reflection and Observance to Honor Montgomery Lodge 94,�?� the Lodge celebrated its 130th anniversary Jan. 1?, saddened by fire dept. 1 boys better to receive stereotype instruction to the editor i am a Little sad at the comment in the attached article on the activities of the Madeira girl scout troop _ 928. The troop scribe is quoted a saying a the girl scouts Are almost As prepared As the Bov shades of Era who is giving the girls the impression that they Are Quot almost As prepared a a Long time former girl scout Leader i would say that girls Are generally As Well prepared As their counterparts in the boy scoots. What saddens me is the stereotype which seems apparent in this comment that boys Are lets All help our girls get a better self concept and awareness of their own Worth. Ruth m. Jones 6217 Beech View Cir. Ursuline wins its academic ursuline Academy steam of three students won the initial round on the wet to 48 quiz program a a it a academic a Jan. 5. Maureen Barry Betsy Neus and Joyce Kupfer Are the winning team members who will go on to the playoff round to be aired thursday March 23, 7 30 . The program will repeat saturday March 25,3 . On Channel 48. Fire fighters on the Madeira and Indian Hill fire dept Are going Back to school rather school is coming to them. A fire training instructor will conduct weekly classes for the department totalling 36 hours. He will provide training in such fire fighting skills As Community fire defense fire pumps and care of equipment fire fighting appliances use of Hose Ana rope gases and Gas masks and fire fighting to Utica. Certificates will be awarded to department members who Complete the instruction course. The instructor is provided by the Trade and Industrial vocational education service of the state dept of education. Captain Theodore Beyer of the Madeira Indian Hill dept., arranged for the instruction. The training is recommended by the state fire marshal. Free blood pressure lest blood pressure readings will be taken at Sycamore senior Center 4131 Cooper rd., 10-12 noon tuesdays Jan. 17 and 31. This free service can relieve seniors of concern or Alert them to visit a doctor. The test is Quick and painless. W of mum Nvvf founded August 2. 1961 4415 Montgomery re Noreood Ohio. 45212 Send All mad to Box 12010, Cincinnati 0. 45212 new it s inc. Raw her Mai $10 Par year to a Cawte at oia Anca Ca Taai news an am. My. 531-0234 i 731-7110 Caf Masdam. Anat . Fra outta wat put went $ Gaynar mgr. Mari mon r k match woo Getona Abrams. Oat Armacost Era Gaorag. Of Root Mccaffrey Chuck Gruber. Mat jag str in. Wolf jotwh.1 Erato Alf Cyl. Put Famh c . Swat by Carol Remler Madeira Council agreed last week to investigate the method by which residents Are appointed to City positions after the City mayor submitted three names for reappointment to the City planning commission. Mayor Forest Atkins suggested Jan. 9 that Council reappoint George Hardgrove Phyllis Miller and Jack Walker to the Madeira planning commission since these members terms Are to end at the end of the month. Council member Doug Oppenheimer objected to the mayors recommendation maintaining that Council ought not to make sure re appointments automatic since there May be other interested candidates people equally u Alif led to serve Oppenheimer a a remarks prompted other members of Council four of whom Are serving their first terms on Council to ask the mayor whether such appointments have been automatic in the comma i Atkins responded that to his knowledge Council had taken the necessary action without following any process of evaluation. He added that the three people up for re appointment Are All extremely qualified and dedicated to their tasks As planning commission members. Both Council members Edgar Wilkinson and Thomas Woebkenberg spoke in favor of re appointing the three members pointing out the a real issues was not the candidates up for reappointment but instead the process by which Council should handle such matters in the future. Wilkinson followed his remarks with a motion for Council to reappoint the three people Ana to assign a committee to determine guidelines and procedures for future appointments. Although Oppenheimer said he would like to see Council discuss the matter at a full committee scheduled later in the w in order to discuss the 1978 budget proposal be voted along with the rest of the Council which passed Wilkinson a motion. The appointment matter was not specifically assigned to a committee but Atkins mentioned that the planning zoning and research could possibly receive the assignment. He said that among the appointments that would be subject to guidelines Are those to the civil service commission and the recreation Board a Well As the planning commission. The question about planning commission reappointment brought to a head earlier discussions about appointments and the manner in which they Are currently handled. Earlier in the evening a Council voted in favor of Atkins recommendation to appoint himself As the City a representative to the Ohio Kentucky Indiana regional Council of government Soki because of his background in Community planning and Council member Perry Ancona As alternate because of his Legal expertise. Atkins is an associate professor of architecture at the University of Cincinnati. Oppenheimer who has an interest in the chairman of the Public works committee. Oppenheimer is the new chairman of this committee. Atkins said that sewers had once been a major concern of Oki and that Reed had worked with ibanies through Oki Laking him a Likely candidate for the appointment. He continued that Oki now acts As a Clearing House for federally funded programs such As housing Ana mass transit not just sewers and Addea that Council would Benefit by appointing a planning or Legal expert to represent the City on such a regional body. Council with the exception of. Oppenheimer. Voted in favor of Atkins recommendation. Council also approved Atkins recommendation to appoint Council member Robert Lee to the Madeira Indian Hill fire department Board of directors. No dissenting votes were cast. In other matters Council a heard from Council member and vice mayor Mary Anne Christie chairperson of the service Public relations and buildings committee that All drawings and specifications for the renovation of City Hall and portions of the development of the service Complex will be ready soon for Council inspection. She said her committee plans to continue work on the brochure begun last year As. A Means of describing the Many opportunities available in the Community and to evaluate the newsletter sent out by the City administration to Madeira residents. A Learned that the mayor wants the chairpersons of All Council committees to Supply him with lists of projects and objectives their committees plan this year. A heard from mrs. . Becker of Golf Terrace who requested the installation of curbing at the Comer of Golf Terrace and Miami since without it children waiting for the bus Are endangered by motorists cutting the Comer. A Learned of a Public hearing later in the week by Hamilton county Rural zoning commission about a proposal to develop an office building and a townhouse apartment Complex on e. Galbraith re. Near the red lobster restaurant and st. Paul methodist Church. City manager George babe said he and a City planning commission member planned to attend to learn details about the proposal and to find out about ownership of easements in the area under consideration. Several members of Council expressed their concern about the volume of traffic in the Vicinity of the property and their need to know about accessibility to other parcels of land in the area. Prices Good Jan. 18,19,20,21 hams a in. 1. 9 Chuck roast. In. 894 baby beef liver. A 894 freshly ground beef .3 it or More in. 694 Bacon Judy a sliced . 994 Boneless brisket. A. 1.69 breaded veal cube steaks a 1.79 Leona or spiced Ham. In. 1.09 Kahn s new Pepper loaf.1.69 wieners All meat. In. Dry onions.3 tbs. 494 bananas. 2. 394 potatoes a 10ib$. 1.09 whipped parkay. A two 8 or. Tubs 594 Tomato soup Campbells 5 cans for 894 applesauce White Villa. #303 pm 2 cans 694 mix or match fresh like spinach French style Green Peahi Cut Green Beans a 13 of. Can 2 cans 694 chock full of nuts Coffee must be with a 5 or More grocery order a a a a a a a a a one in. Can 239 Peanut butter White Villa. 2% Pound Jar 139 orders received after 12 noon will be delivered the following Day Beer delivered by the Case same Low Price a 7234 Ohio ave., Deer Park open Fri. Eves till 9 . Expressed Oki posit j position since the new Enon in first met in december again brought no his desire to obtain the appointment and pointed out that in the past it bad gone to former Council member Allen Reed

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