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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - May 03, 1978, Cincinnati, OhioY Xvi o f i be c idl to me she Fos. Re l a v re n it its a 50me h mess a fake. Met a a Fth amp indoor Pooi v a a the x my o the. N Fly rpm a Kph %9-p7 getting tougher on Dpi in Village of Indian Hill stiffer penalties for those who Are caught driving while intoxicated Dpi in Indian Hill will be enforced As soon As the City councils Law committee completes revisions to the present ordinance. Presently first offence penalty for Drunken driving in Indian Hill is a Fine of up to $100. If the ordinance is amended As some Council members suggested at their apr. 24 meeting the penalty for the first offence will be a Fine of up to $250, and a second offence could incur a Fine of up to $500. Councilman Robert Miles asked if Drunken driving is enough of a problem in Indian Hill to warrant such an increase. Mayor Hauck insisted that the problem is indeed a a serious one in the Village adding that Between eight and 16 motorists Are brought to Indian Hill mayors court each month for Drunken driving. Councilman Charles Yeiser also added that Indian Hill is seemingly notorious for lenient Dpi penalties and said that it is common knowledge that if one is driving through neighbouring Madeira while drunk his or her most prudent course is to steer for the Village borderline. Council members also discussed the possibility of empowering the mayors office to incarcerate Dpi defendants. Blue Ash divers among top in nation Blue Ash my can a women divers continued their domination of diving events at the 51st National Myca swimming and diving championships it. Lauderdale fla., with High finishes in the 1-meter event during final Day of Competition. Kim Fugett who has earner finished in fifth place in the 3-meter event moved up to a third place finish in the i meter with a score of 356.35. Other Blue Ash finishers included Karen Walling with a seventh place score of .334.20. During the third Day of the meet Walling won the Gold medal in the women s 3-meter event. Johanna Rood a score of 332 Points earned her a ninth place nod. Rood was sixth in the 3-meter earlier. Stephanie Hornberger ended the Day in 18th place with a score of 225.80. The National Myca championships Are the largest senior swimming and diving meets in the world and Are conducted at the International swimming Hall of Fame Pool Complex. The Myca meet goes beyond the Normal realms of athletic Competition using the theme a it starts with me to emphasize the organizations commitment to values education As an integral part of its youth aquatic program. Liquor License near school discussed at Ridge Council pleasant Ridge residents Are being asked to attend the upcoming Community Council meeting to discuss two items of importance whether to oppose the granting of a liquor License to a King Kwik Market planned for the Comer of Lester and Montgomery roads across from pleasant Ridge school and How the Community would like to spend a $5,000 Mott foundation Grant. The meeting is May 16, 7 30 . At the Ridge recreation Center 5915 Ridge ave. Recommendations for the Mott Grant Mav be made at the meeting or addressed beforehand to Max Shamer 631-2176. The Community Council is awarding a prize to the person who suggests the project finally selected. Basic objective of the project must be to improve the Quality of life in the Ridge. Other items on the Agenda Are election of officers revision of the by Laws under which the Council operates procedures for dealing with Community problems such As zoning changes establishment of priorities for City funded projects in the i Ridge and the planter beautification contest. Public hearing May 10 on tech. Center referendum the referendum request on rezoning of the technical Center property Montgomery will be the subject of a Public hearing wednesday May 10, 8 ., at the City build inf. Council rezoned two acres of the property at Cross county and Montgomery rd., from residence a to planned District pm this year. The referendum petition challenges that rezoning. Council president Howard Smith will conduct the meeting. If the signatures on the petition Are verified by the Board of elections the matter will be placed on the november ballot. Council has maintained that the pm designation which brings the entire six acre parcel under one zoning is a better Protection of residential areas surrounding the property. The petitioners sparked by a group of residents who live near the property in Indian Hill see the changed zoning As a threat to their residential properties. Smith said he Hopes the Public hearing will attract Many City residents since they will most Likely be voting on the Issue in nov. Special rate for teens teenagers looking for summer jobs will be Happy to know that once again Csini classifieds will carry listings of Young Job Hunters for the special rate of $1 for a three line approximately 12 words want and which will appear in All five Cincinnati suburban newspapers cations. Need a Job babysitting cutting Ishing windows then fill in the order Blank appear inc. Publications grass ? washing i in this week s classified Section and mail it along with your $1. No phone Calls please. Remember the sooner your and appears the sooner you can expect to Start work. Ads received after monday will a following week. Appear the play Ball coi Nabua Omo 432ul-ii Relief from Ball Field shortage on Way in Sycamore by Gail Jordan the Montgomery area presently starved for Ball Fields will soon have eight new Fields. Sycamore school District will use the 29-acre Enyart property whose Purchase was finalized this month to build five to Ball Fields and two soccer Fields. The property bought As a site for future school building Wilt be used for recreation until a new school is needed. The property is located near Montgomery re. At Inyart East of Kemper i., Symmes twp. The City of Blue Ash will also have another Ball Field lor Young players at Mats nary Park okayed last week by Blue Ash City Council. Bud acus District recreation director said the plans for the Enyart land Are not elaborate but will include the sports Fields and parking for 60 cars. The school Board sold a 10 acre tract on Pfeiffer re. Last year and used the Money for the Enyart re. Purchase. The Days Are numbered for bal Fields on the Pfeiffer re. Site because the new owner plans to build on the site officials said. The Enyart re. Fields should be ready for play soon said acus. Work can Start when the backstops now on order arrive be said. A manager. The Field can be ready within a week after the Backstop arrives he said. The Backstop for the new Malsbary Park Wallfield is also on order said Vic Suhra Blue Ash City the Enyart Fields will serve All residents of Sycamore school District in Montgomery. Blue Ash. Sycamore and Symmes townships. To place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 4 00 . Monday display advertising. Amp news dial 331 -0234 Cincinnati Subt ban newspapers inc. Blue Ash Montgomery Amberly Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillon ate Ridgewood Marx or cd Puutio vol. Xvi no. 40 13c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday May 3, 1978 4413 Montgomery re. Phone 331-0234 Indian Hill has canine Ives hard to get a solid conviction on a dog by Robert guard several residents attended the april 24 Indian Hill Council meeting complaining about dogs unattended and unleashed who run through their Yards damaging property and causing a general nuisance. Council agreed with them that Many dogs Are running freely through the Village causing hundreds of dollars in damage to Gar Der ii Lone. Ltd a a a a a Why Haven to the Delin quent dogs been rounded up Council members maintain that the present a a Leash ordinance is nearly impossible to enforce. It is apparently very hard to get a solid conviction on a dog since by be time a Ranger or Spca arrives at the scene very often the culprit is gone. Unless a resident suffering repeated visits from an unwanted canine guest Cryn hold or detain the dog Indian Hill rangers Are left virtually powerless. Mayor Andrew Hauck also noted that a concentrated Effort to enforce the Leash ordinances would be time consuming and that Indian Hill does not have rangers to spare. Although the a dog Days will probably be with residents for some time councils Law committee will meet with the rangers Art try to create a program to resolve the canine v problem. Mayor Only Vio a vote Blue Ash Council to Appeal Bill Knapp a area restaurateur and hurry Gina local restaurateur Don w Ong right discusses the training program of his hurry Gina with Trainer Dean Loring in preparation for the opening of River Downs. Wong is proprietor of the magic wok Kenwood As Well As two other restaurants in Cincinnati. Four of Wong s thoroughbreds Are stabled at River Downs. The track opened its �?T78 thorough bred season april 30 for a 100 Day meet. Racing will be held wednesday through monday Post time 2 . See Norma s recipes for Derby Day this saturday a mint juleps and Derby pie inside Back Page by Gail Jordan Blue Ash City Council voted 6-1 thursday to Appeal the court decision that permits rezoning of property and construction of a Bill Knapp a restaurant at Pfeiffer cd. And 1-71. In the previous Council meeting the Issue split maintained his no vote. Residents of the nearby Ken Ridge subdivision urged Council to take the Case to the appellate court. A we have a better than average Chance of a reversal a said City solicitor aught letter to Council. In the letter he outlined the Legal Points of the Case presented to judge Rupert Doan. A it is our Contention that judge Doan did not use the appropriate Standard of Law in this Case a the letter said. Doan decided that rezoning the land for commercial use was appropriate because of the eng cil Council 3-3 with councilman Charles Proctor abstain ing. Last week Procter voted for the Appeal. Councilman Raymond Macnab and Robert Schueler both reversed their previous votes and approved the Appeal. Only mayor Paul Mckinny proximity of the ramada inn and a service station. Judge Doan said when asked in a Telephone conversation that no on site inspection of the land was requested by either party and he did not make one but that Many photos and drawings were presented As evidence. He said he did drive out to the property a couple of weeks ago to see the area for himself. In other action Council a approved the creation of an investigator and lieutenant positions requested by police chief Ron Sturgill to continued of. Page 3 police search for body Deer Park boy believed drowned on school Outing a Deer Park science club weekend Outing ended in tragedy saturday when David Monroe 13, Dis App ared in Raccoon Creek after his Canoe capsized. He is believed to have drowned. Gallia county sheriff Jim Montgomery said that divers were continuing to search the River in a our Momy our mom loves us very much and does alot of things with us. Our mom works All week to get Money to do things with us. She comes to my baseball games and basketball games and enjoys our band concerts. She likes our school activities. She takes us to Kings Island once every year. Besides being our mom she is our Best Friend. She does things with us. She teaches us things helps me do my Homework. Keith Williams and Jeff Williams 7524 Plainfield re. Southeastern Ohio for David but the Swift current and logs made searching difficult. Sunday a life jacket and sweatshirt were found downstream from the site. The sweatshirt belongs to another member of the science club. Police said they Are not sure if the life jacket was the one David Nad on. David was in a Canoe with two other boys about noon when it struck some Brush in the water and overturned. Two boys were Able to stay with the cd Noe until they were rescued. David apparently tried to swim to snore but was pulled under by the current Montgomery said. The Raccoon Creek winds 99 Miles to the Ohio River South of Gallipolis. The River is about 35 it. Wide and Between 7 and 15 it. Deep at the popular canoeing area near Bob Evans farm. Canoes Are rented there regularly said Montgomery. David a seventh Grade student was with 13 other Junior High students and three teachers on one of several yearly science club outings said Louis Manning Deer Park school superintendent a Manning said Junior High science teacher Thomas Bittner is still in Gallia county helping in the search but the others returned to Cincinnati saturday. A they Are All pretty shaken up a said Manning. There was a Bend in the River so the teachers did no to see the boat capsize he said. Deer Park Counselor Phil Bruister and High school math teacher Evelyn Altherr were the other teachers with the group. Manning said he spoke to David a parents or. And mrs. Durrell Monroe 8683 Darnell dr., Dillon Vale monday and they were a bearing up Well under the a a it a too soon to know if the Accident will have an affect on future school outings a said Manning. An award winning life Carrier is Douglas Holt son of John and Elizabeth Holt 4232 Schenek ave. Doug who has delivered use since last october will receive a $25 service award Bond for outstanding service. Aside from delivering newspapers the eighth grader at Deer Park raises animals and Hopes one Day to be a veterinarian or a Forest Ranger. High school alcohol use problem eyed alcohol at Sycamore High school is a a definitely a problem according to Colin Stewart a High school Counselor. The May 9, 7 30 . Meeting a of shape Sycamore High Assoc of parents and educators will present four High school students working on the problem in the Sycamore school system. Kim Addison Todd Williams Lisa Hulse and Greg Claycomb attended the Institute on teenage alcohol in Columbus in aug., 1977. Their attendance was funded by shape. The program is at 7 30. Jean Steidle is program chairman. The May 9 meeting is also the annual meeting of shape at which elections to the Board will be held and revision of bylaws will be considered. Commissioners set to Okay thesing apartments Hamilton county commissioners Are expected to vote today to allow a zone change so that an apartment Complex can be built on 4.37 acres on Galbraith rd., near Montgomery rd., Kenwood. The site is located behind the red lobster restaurant. Some modifications have been made to the plan to satisfy complaints of Kenwood and Madeira residents who live near the site. The principal change is that the Entrance to the Complex will he opposite la Nee Wood it. And a traffic Light will be installed with the Developer being asked to pay for half the Cost of the Light. Lighting Ana Green Belt design will also take into consideration residents wishes to preserve the integrity of their single family residential neighbourhood. The Complex proposed by Roger f. Thesing will be named Kugler Mill apartments and will include 24 one and two bedroom apartments 11 townhouses and parking for 68 cars. Inside of sports news begins pm. 4 take your pick of club and social activities pm. 8 culture is no Quot Shock Quot to these youngsters pm. 10 our Art columnist Karen Kelly features the Madeira Art show this week pm. 13 Quot people just keep achieving and we keep featuring them in our Quot news maker Section pm. 14 see our mothers Day letters this Page pages 2 and 15 teen Dies in Auto crash a teenage boy was killed when the car he was Riding in crashed into a Utility pole at 7460 Camargo re. Last. Saturday night. Allen Johnson 16, 6961 Dawson re. Was dead on arrival at our lady of mercy Hospital police said. He was pinned in the wreckage of the car. The Driver also 16, was driving North on. Came go re. About 11 . When he apparently lost control of the car it. Veered across the Road and struck the pole and roiled on its Side police said. The Driver was not hospitalized police said. The Accident is still under investigation. We buy diamonds and Diamond estates from 100 to 100,000 Call for appt 793-6659 the Little Hank with the big heart in

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