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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - July 11, 1979, Cincinnati, OhioA Zooper a summer Ann kid of Madeira is spending the summer As a Volunteer al the in Einnatz aha. Peering a ver her hand is a baby a Possum one of the residents at the children s zoo where Ann works. News briefs Layfield underway in Kennedy Heights Kennedy Heights soon will Jeave a new Layfield. The families of Joseph and Frank Lang of Lang construction co., have Given a total of 12 1/4 acres to the Cincinnati recreation commission for recreational use said Marian Ahlering administrative assistant to the recreation commission supervisor. In order to develop the land the recreation commission has had to secure a match of the $125,000 in property value. The land was held by the nature conservancy and the sky applied for and received a $125,000 Grant from the Liana and water conservation fund. Three Tennis courts Are under construction on a 1.47-acre plot of the Layfield on the East Side of Robinson re. Contractors Are expected to have work Complete Ahlering ipe it by october but it May of As Early As August said. The other 10.78 acres on. The West Side of the Road Are under construction As soccer and Knothole baseball Fields. This development will be Complete this summer or fall but will not of opened until next Spring when the grass has been established Ahlering said. The land not used Quot for athletic Fields will be left in its natural state for hikers and an outdoor education area she added. The Layfield was officially named the Lang Layfield at a City Council meeting in june. Street repairs due in two life areas. Sea led prop Sala have been received by the dept of Public works for Street rehabilitation projects on the following area streets in Kennedy Heights a Lumford pm from Kennedy ave. Mary Anne in. East from Tyne ave. Odin st. East from red Bank re. To the corp. Line Ravenal ct., Northern Montgomery re. Tone ave., from Montgomery re. To Zinsle ave. Zinsley ave. From East corp. Line to Rogers Park i. In pleasant Ridge a Bona Vista ave., from Losantiville ave. To Cortelyou pm Fern View ave., South from Langdon farm re. Fer View ct., East from Fer View ave. Girard ave., South from Losantiville ave. Glen Gate in. From just North of Lawndale ave. To Maple Leaf ave. I Glangdon farm rd., from Seymour ave. To Wiehe st. Lisbon ave., South from Losantiville ave. Maple Leaf ave., Lesler re. To Glen Gate in. Parkview ave., from Lester re. To Ridge ave. And All of i deed Iff ave. The Street rehabilitation includes such projects As the repair of existing deteriorated curbs repair of manholes removing and replacing deteriorated pavement painting pavement markings and resurfacing of pavement. Ray Heidorn to Sycamore plans Are underway in Sycamore school District which could result in the hiring of former la Salle High school football coach Ray Heidorn As a teacher. Betty Winkleman of the Sycamore Board of education confirmed the fact that Heidorn has been interviewed and sent a contract to work in the school District. Heidorn a graduate of la Salle replaced Joe Clark As coach at the North Bend re. School a year ago when Clark resigned to take a Job of football coach at Sycamore. Ray Heidorn Heidorn served Many years As an assistant coach at la Salle following his graduation from us in the late 60�?Ts. He posted a 7-3 record last year with the lancers. Inside Ide a a Fly new makers happenings Page 2. A we Are ready for sky lab Page 2. A sports sports sports pages 8, 9, 12, 21 a lady Dynamo has done it All Page 6. A lifting those weights easier in Madeira Page 22. Blue Ash dedicates Complex last weekend Blue Ash officially dedicated its new municipal Golf course and civic Center Romp les. The members of the Blue Ash recreation Board pose during the grand opening ceremonies july 7. They Are from left Clete Oaks Susan Campbell Jerry Hofmann Tom Stone Board chairman Bill Herweh and recreation director John Dunathan. Children seem to be having a Good time on the Quot big toy Quot part of the 25-acre Complex on Cooper re. Drawing winners on Page 4 to place a classified and Call 731-7 70 by 4 00 . Monday display advertising amp news Call 531 -0234 Library a ii Otila historical Basisty 1932 Velas ave. To lug oud Jaio 43 211 cd Nch a Nat suburban newspapers inc. Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillon Vale Ridgewood Mark of circulation a tight a vol. Will no. 50 20c c i be i to n a it ii it to w de. N esd a july ii 1979 44 15 Montgomery de. Phone 531 -0234 revolution uproot iranian plans restaurant by Kim Feil he came to visit his family in Cincinnati at Christmas and had to stay. Abdi Khodadad an iranian irrigation company president restaurant owner and former professor in Tehran Iran found himself in the Queen City when the current revolution broke out in his Home country and he had no Choice but to remain Here. Formerly the owner of the a very successful Quot Arcade restaurant in Tehran and president of agr drip corp., Khodadad has found himself uprooted and starting All Over in Cincinnati. Khodadad had settled his wife Zizi and children Nana and All in the Indian a Hill area three years ago. A i did no to want my children to live under a dictatorship and not speak their minds Montgomery Agenda tonight Montgomery City Council will undertake action on a variety of ordinances and resolutions at its meeting tonight. Pending legislation includes the third readings of ordinances establishing an environmental fund and authorizing a franchise agreement for Cable to service and second readings of ordinances rezoning the Sohn property 9406 main st., from residence c to add authorizing a Street lighting contract with cd amp a and authorizing a franchise agreement with cd amp a. New legislation awaiting action is an ordinance revoking the 1971 Cable to franchise and resolutions of appreciation of the clerk authorizing Purchase of a dump truck approving a zoning variance for Cardinal Federal savings and loan approving a substantive modification in the old Montgomery add authorizing a contract for Purchase of police professional liability insurance and certifying the real property tax. Deer Park sets budget hearing Deer Park City Council has set tomorrow july 12, 7 30 . For a Public nearing on the City a 1980 budget. The hearing will be held in Council Chambers at the municipal building Matson and Beech avenues. The Way free individuals should be Able to Quot he explained Quot Here my family can have Freedom of expression Freedom at worship and Freedom to be when Cisi tir his brother who lives in Cincinnati Khodadad decided to Settle Here. A a it a amazing How Fate can control menus lives i can to go Back and i have to do he said. Khodadad has decided to continue in the restaurant business and will open the Kabob inn at 5560 Colerain ave. In it. Airy at the beginning of is renovating. Jet a o r m e r m a r y a Quot la rest awant and grounds and his been a Leader in the it. Airy business District beautification. It. Airy businessmen have been following his Lead in a group Effort to landscape and clean up the business District. With the fuel shortage Khodadad believes people will remain in their Community business areas to shop where it is convenient and beautification will make this More pleasurable. The Kabob inn Wilt feature iranian kabobs of beef pork shrimp fish and Chicken served with White persian Rice and vegetables. The restaurant will also offer wines. A iranian food is healthy food Quot Khodadad said. Most of the meat is broiled and the Rice is not the Mushy Type commonly used he explained. Quot there is a certain love that goes into the preparation of the food and the Way the meat is Cut is very important Quot he said. A former political philosophy professor at the Tehran Institute of technology Khodadad had much to say about the situation which has caused his exile. A we were foreseeing some sort of trouble but we were expecting More of a dictatorial change not a revolution a he said. Khodadad studied Economy and social sciences for a total of 12 rears in the . At the f miss to of receiving his . Degree in economics and his . In economic development. He studied under a Fellowship in the ., a you try to practice what you learn in this country and then take it Back but Are faced with an intellectual setback a a he said. Fifteen years ago a Mora Sale �?�70 on i Khodadad quit teaching. A i could no longer teach because my political philosophy and leaching techniques were not up to the standards of the secret police a criticism of the Shah of Iran Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi who fled and is now in Cuernavaca Mexico after the revolution was not completely justifiable Khodadad said. A Iran awakened. One cannot deny that the Shah helped open the window to the West a he said. A there were More highly educated individuals pursuing University educations both in and out of Iran during his reign Khodadad explained. The number of universities in Iran increased from one to 28 under the Shah s reign. About 75,000 students were sent to study in universities outside Iran Khodadad said. About the new government of the Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini he said a it is difficult to shut Down the minds and hearts of the people and turn the clock women a Suff rage which had been growing in Iran along with other reforms will of limited again by the strict islamic rules and government of Khomeini. The government now will not remain Long Khodadad predicts. A like any revolution if it does not have proper guidance it turns to anarchy and then another dictatorship a he said. Modern transportation and the Media have brought the world closer together he observed. A anything that happens in any leading country will affect others. You can go to an Airport and in ten hours be anywhere in the Khodadad who has travelled extensively and studies cultures and the trends they have taken has a fervent respect for the Freedom in America. A fall my life 1 have admired the Bill of rights. It really reflects the integrity of Mankind unlike other documents which no longer have their meaning a he said. A Walter studying Here and seeing three generations of americans i be seen that every generation has its problems but the youth do learn to take the responsibilities of the privileges they have in this Quot americans Are willing to take so much and then no More. They Are like Springs pushed Back and then let go. It is a Beautiful country As far As that proposition 13, the Independent truckers strike and the protests against the Vietnam War exemplify this he explained. Khodadad. Standing next to framed family documents of this ancestors in a room decorated with iranian possessions gestures to them and says they remind me of Iran but i do not think about them a lot. I must be my own Abdi Khodadad of Iran talks with reporter Kim Feil about revolution restaurants and settling in the life area. Motorcyclist charged in Silverton Chase be University of Missouri and the University of Kansas. A Milford motorcyclist faces four charges in Hamilton county municipal court following his arrest by Silverton police officer Bruce Plummer Early last Friday morning after the two were involved in a High Speed Robert g. Blevins 849 Walnut st., faces charges of driving while under suspension reckless driving fleeing from a police officer and Riding with no lights All in libraries open Sycamore Community school districts three elementary school libraries will be open during july for use by any resident child kindergarten age or older. From 1-3 . Montgomery elementary will be open on mondays Blue Ash on tuesdays and Maple Dale on wednesdays. Librarians tuesdays and Maple Dale on wednesdays. Librarians will be available to help children in selecting and checking out books. The economical solution i 120 m.p.0. Reg $449.00 37f with this Coupon Montgomery Cyc Iery connection with the incident that began around 12 23 . July 6. Officer Plummer spotted Blevins Riding a motorcycle without lights near the 6900 Block of Plainfield re. According to Plummer Blevins took off and Plummer gave Chase. Plummer said the Chase extended from the Plainfield re. Site to the intersection of Kugler Mill and Blome roads in Indian Hill where Blevins ditched the motorcycle and escaped on foot. Blevins was arrested around 5 . At the Milford police station where he had gone to report his motorcycle stolen. Blevins court appearance is set for july 24. Plummer said he was also involved in the Early saturday morning arrest of 20-year-old Riki Johnson for receiving stolen property according to police Johnson who a not of this area and four other people including two local juveniles were arrested Spring amp summer All occasion Long gowns an formals �?�24&Quot compared to $58 after they were found to be in Possession of a 1977 Dodge Van which had been reported stolen in West Virginia. The Van was found parked in the lot of the never on sunday bar. 6923 Plainfield re. About 2 . July 7. Plummer said the vehicles owner has been notified of the vans recover and t he Case is still under investigation. Burnett faces charges following police run in Madeira police have placed several charges against 18-Vear-old Joseph a. Burnett 6729 Shawnee run rd., following an Early monday morning altercation with a Madeira police officer. According to police Burnett was stopped by officer Gerald Beckman for speeding at 12 27 ., july 9. Police say Burnett threatened the officer who attempted to arrest him for disorderly conduct. After a Short scuffle Beckman took Burnett into custody. Burnett is scheduled to appear in Hamilton county municipal court today according to police to face charges of speeding driving while intoxicated disorderly conduct assault on a police officer and resisting arrest. A 16-year-Otd female companion of burnetts also present at the altercation was turned Over to Hamilton county juvenile court where she will face charges of disorderly conduct and interference at the scene of an emergency police said. 1-771� a 7529 Kenwood re pc wooo shop tag wends bridal shoppes Kenwood Northgate a a i a charter Oak charter Oak savings 4069 e. Galbraith Road

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