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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - May 17, 1978, Cincinnati, OhioLir n a news in Brief Bike a Thon May 21 Deer Park bikers Molly and Chris mrk rown. 3922 Matson ave., Deer Park Are shown getting their Bike ready for this year s diabetes Bike a Thon. Sunday May 21,&Quot at Deer Park Community Center. This brother and sister team logged Over 35 Miles and $100 at Iasi year s Bike a Thon. Molly plans to get five friends to ride with this year. Chris says a i plan to sign up More sponsors this year and ride at least 20 the fund Raiser helps pay for research into diabetes. Crackdown on parking for saturday Knothole a crackdown on parking on Ridge re. By Knothole baseball fans is Likely according to Amber Ley police chief Joseph Truesdell. He told Council May 8 the problem has become acute in recent weeks on saturdays when As Many As eight teams play on the baseball diamonds on the Village recreation area at Ridge and Section ads. Chief Truesdell said Knothole officials would be contacted to see if they could relieve the congestion which has spread Parker to nearby residential streets. Meanwhile issuance of citations will be stepped up. Chamberlain Park lights to be dedicated in june the formal dedication of the lights at Chamberlain Park will be in the Early part of june Deer Park councilman Robert Schuler announced at the City Council meeting May 11.before the Parks june 12th opening dirt will be added to the baseball Fields and the broken Light will be fixed. The Park already fully staffed will remain open through August 31. A bid was accepted from the Thomas e. Wood insurance Agency for the City a liability insurance. The Only other bid was about $500 More than the Wood Agency a $1598 offer. An ordinance was passed allowing the safety service director to enter into an agreement for the Purchase of a Load Packer a piece of Snow removal Greene school Voles to disband Pat form to the Pat of Edwin h. Greene school Sycamore District voted May 3 to disband the Pat and form a Paren teacher to. The vote was 22-4. The Greene school is the second Sycamore school to vote to withdraw from Pat and form a to in recent weeks. Montgomery elementary school Pat voted unanimously apr. 13 to form a to. Sycamore Junior High school Pat was scheduled to vote on this question last night after suburban life went to press Esther Grubbs who was president of Greene school Pat has stepped Down and Sally Melcher will serve As president of the to. Rita Dunn will take Over from sue Schaefer As vice president of the Greene to. A name has not yet been chosen for the group. Mrs. Grubbs said that the group will not make any immediate organizational changes. About $300 that remained in the Pat Treasury was spent before the dissolution Large flags of Ohio and of the United states were bought for the Greene school stage and the remainder of the Money was Given to Sycamore loan flying aircraft studied in Amberley by Bill bobbins Amberley Village is considering a possible ordinance aimed at controlling Low flying aircraft and Landing space after recent complaints they Are becoming a nuisance. At the May 8 Council session Law committee chairman John Muething said study is underway to determine restrictions on Heights aircraft must Fly Over Amberley and Landing space especially for a copters which might be imposed yet be constitutional. Council member Barbara Steinberg pointed out that Cincinnati has an ordinance dealing with flight of aircraft Over the riverfront stadium and she wanted to know if aircraft Landing in Amberley is hazardous Muething said the Village probably could not absolutely forbid Landing there. He said his committee will have a further report at next meeting Council residents to get rezoning question Montgomery residents will vote this nov. On whether or not to rescind City councils rezoning of two acres of City property if petition signatures withstand scrutiny of the Ellard of elections. A Public hearing on the referendum petition was held fast wednesday before Montgomery City Council. The property was rezoned this Winter by Council from residence a to planned District pm. The two acres Are part of six acres of the technical Center Montgomery re. At Cross county Highway. Four acres of the six already carried the pm zoning. Area residents in Kenwood and Indian Hill have opposed the office development at the technical Center proposed by the Hixson co., property owner. They fear devaluation of their residential properties and of the residential life Quality. Opposition to councils re zoning is one e Lement of organized and vocal opposition to the entire Hixson co. Office development. Spearheading the referendum petition in Montgomery is architect Jaques Sohn. Council members have explained that they believe residential concerns will be better protected by having All six acres under the same pm zoning. They believe that residential zoning of the two acres risks possible court Challenge and loss of control of a development plan. % a Cash in on the action last week at. Jones advertised three pairs of custom made drapes for Sale in Csini instant action classifieds. Our papers were delivered on wednesday and by 8 of clock that same night he d sold them Alli that a a fact. If you a like to convert your done to needs to instant Cash Call us at 731-7170 and Cash in on the action Veima ave. Columbus Ohio 432u i. 3hid to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 4 00 . Monday display advertising in news dial 531-0234 Cincinnati suburban newspapers inc. Blue Ash Montgomery Amberly Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heigh t so siberian Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne i lion Vale Ridgewood Mark of circulation into Salty vol. Xvi no. 42 15c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday May 17, 1978 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234 request annexation to Village Kincaid re. Residents want to belong to Amberley by Bill bobbins five homeowners on Kincaid re. Have appealed to Amberley Council to help them get annexed to Amberley Village from the present Boundary of Cincinnati and Amberley officials appear receptive to the request. Jerry Kanter 6746 Kincaid rid., told Council at the May 8 session that the Street in front of the Homes and ten feet in front of the properties Are in Amberley while the houses Are in Cincinnati. Rabbi Harold Hahn 6760 Kincaid rd., told How this confusion caused Cincinnati police to spend As much As 45 minutes trying to find the Homes so robbery reports could be made. They expressed fears of similar delay in Case of a fire. The delegation told Council that someone at Cincinnati City Hall said they should take the matter to Amberley officials however Village solicitor r. Scott or Oscil iii. Said Cincinnati must pass Quot an ordinance requesting Amberley Village to consider the property for annexation before it can act. Lie pointed out that problems differ in annexing property in an unincorporated area and that within another City a boundaries. Mayor Arthur Freidman agreed to the practical Side of the annexation move but cautioned about the problems of providing Protection. He said it might be advisable to Contact the Cincinnati fire division to determine what is involved in providing Protection because of the time involved in laying off Hose from the nearest Cincinnati fire hydrant and whether another could be installed closer to the Homes. Police chief Joseph Truesdell said Amberley officers pass through the area daily on regular patrol but can now operate there Only if requested to do so by Cincinnati. He pointed out there is Only one fire hydrant on the part of Kincaid by. Involved and at least two pumper trucks would be needed to provide adequate water pressure to fight a fire unless an additional hydrant were installed. Residents indicated a willingness to meet this Cost if annexed to Amberley. In response to questions from the delegation about pursuing the matter with Cincinnati Amberley Council generally agreed the annexation would be practical and unofficially indicated willingness to consider the proposal if the five homeowners Are Able to fet a positive response from Cincinnati officials. Serves grades 6-8 Indian Hill reorganizes Shawnee building into new Middle school by Robert Cuard reorganization of Indian Hills Middle school to be attended by sixth seventh and eighth Grade students has been approved by the Board of education for next year. School Board committee member Robert Baas at the Board s May 10 meeting outlined the program phases the first of which will be converting the present Shawnee elementary school Drake rd., into a Middle school. Baas noted that a professor from Miami University Oxford Ohio will be employed to help the Board reorganize the Shawnee school. Indian Hill s Junior High school teachers accustomed to leaching seventh eighth and ninth graders will also be oriented to the new Middle school program which Amberley Home Sites discussed a plan to build 24 Homes at 7715 Ridge rd., Amberley was scheduled to be discussed at monday s Amberley Village planning commission meeting after suburban life went to press. The proposal is being made by Morton Rabkin and Richard Darsky att ornies who want to develop the 32-acre site bought from the Henry Rollman estate last year. The Homes Are proposed to be built on i is or two acre plans May 29 Parade Madeira a annual memorial Day Parade will be monday May 29, 9 . Parade units Are asked to line up in the Sellman school parking at 8 30 . The Parade will proceed from the school North on Miami re. And end at the municipal building Liberty Bell memorial. Parade sponsors Madeira american legion Post #412 would like to invite All scout groups Knothole teams and Community organizations to participate. A special invitation is extended to All armed forces members past and present to March As a special unit. For information Call Mike Morgan 793-3060. Teaches children from the sixth through the eighth grades. Baas said the principal reason for the switch to this Middle school program is that children in these grades experience biological and psychological changes that Are generally difficult to Cope with. Baas pointed out that sexuality maturity and development of the intellect particularly in abstract thought Are keystones in a child a growth during the arly teenage years. He added that a child entering Junior High school a is very often confronted with a More mature lifestyle than he or she is ready to Cope the change in grading procedure clan scheduling and hours Are just a few of the areas where there is a difference Between the Junior High and Elemen tar level. Students entering the new Middle school will begin a three year transition period with children closer to them in psychological and biological development than if they were in a traditional Junior High school. Baas concluded his report commenting that the reorganization of the Middle school is a step Forward and he added a we see next year As being an extremely petitions ask direct election of mayor in Blue Ash in Blue Ash petitions Are circulating to have the question of the direct election of the mayor put on the ballot in november. Councilman Raymond Mac Nab and a local committee have until August to gather the 441 signatures needed for a vote on the proposed charter amendment. Presently the mayor is selected by Council members. The mayors duties include presiding Over Council meetings and mayors court. Madeira voted in favor of direct election of the mayor last november. Both Madeira and Blue Ash have a City manager form of government. Macnab a three term mayor finished first in election returns but was not chosen As mayor last year. Councilman Don Biedermann said that Council has not historically always elected the highest vote getter mayor. A we choose whoever we feel could Best handle it he said. There is no limit on the two year terms a mayor can serve he said. Paul Mckinney was chosen mayor after the last election. Macnab could not be reached for comment by press time. A the Only change would be election of a mayor rather than one of the two councilmen at Large seats Quot said Vic Suhm City manager. Suhm said he did no to think it would make any difference As far As Day to Day government was concerned. Biedermann is concerned that the move might tip the balance of Power away from the City manager. Quot the current system provides the proper balance. I am not in favor of any changes a he said. Inside of we have brains brawn Ferrol and new makers Blue Ash women award scholarships Deer Park and Moe get tourney wins happenings Moe graduation May 25 pages 2 and 8 Page 3 Page 4 Page 20 Page 11 27 straight strikes on the last evening of league play Bob Brinkman a sat Check his league s awards for High game and High series when tie bowled two consecutive perfect games a feat Only recorded 11 other times in the history of Bowling. In about 21 a hours May 8 Bob rolled 27 consecutive strikes a total of 32 in his three games for an 825 series. A resident of Blue Ash Bob 24, is a native of Deer Park. His parents or. And mrs. Torn Brinkman reside at 7526 Plainfield re. Bob a member of the Allied construction industries act league said he was kidding when he Tolda relative that he d bowl a 300 last week but he could feel it was going to happen he said later. In 1975, Bob bowled his first 300 game. At that time he received a Diamond ring a watch trophies plaques and Money. This time he said he will probably have Brink Man perfect games the same gift choices from the american Bowling Congress Abc and the Bowling proprietors Assoc. It is required by the Abc that the two games be sane toned. Facts figures and tests on. The lanes have been sent to offices in Milwaukee for the official notification. In a state of joyous disbelief Bob said he was the first Cinci Natian Ever to score Back to Back 300s.Kenwood youth wins human relations award Busy final drafts of a hew report card for elementary Grade students have been completed and parents who have children in Indian Hill Grade schools can expect to see the revised Caras next year. The new Grade reports will be issued four times a year instead of twice a year As under the previous schedule. Third Grade students next year will receive letter grades for their second semester. Up until now students would not receive letter grades until the fourth Hurst amazed at vast backing by les i Ikon that Dave Hurst is a highly emotional Man is a fact. On the Telephone telling of the vast support expressed by life area sports fans his voice almost cracked. That support has come Forth from Sycamore fans and those of other Eastern Hills league school who have High respect for coach Hurst and his athletes. After the Sycamore Board of education decided not to renew his football coaching contract backers of coach Hurst have started efforts to ask the Board to reconsider. Two assistant coaches resigned. In a statement to Northeast suburban life coach Hurst said a in my 25 years As a coach in be had some honors but this the response of this Community to the news that i am no longer to coach at Sycamore is the greatest tribute in be Ever now. A no Man deserves the friends either in number of Quality who have stood up to be counted in my behalf. I Only Hope that in a half the coach half the Man my friends think me to be. Maybe with gods continued help i can David Hurst a st. Xavier High school senior a Tim Mackey has been awarded the Simon Lazarus or. Human relations award by the Anae rican jewish committee. The award honouring the High school student who Best performs in Community service and human relations has been won by a st. Xavier student three times in the last four years. Tim son of or. And mrs. John Mackey 5826 Euclid ave., Kenwood has been Active in the operation buddy program of the boys club for four years. The program is similar to the big Brothers. Tim also volunteers at the resident Home for the mentally retarded working with retarded children was coordinator of the High school Christmas canned food program for Charity and travelled to Lewis county Kentucky for a week where he worked with the appalachian Community. Mackey received a Check for $200 at the annual meet my of the jewish committee May 3. The High Mackey school Library will also receive $100 Worth of books on human relations in times name. Tim was chosen after his achievements were recommended by the High school and reviewed anonymously by the american jewish committee. Only the finalists achievements were weighed by the committee. The award was begun As a memorial to Simon Lazarus jr., who died in 1976. He was a civic Leader and gets Grant Okay Kennedy Heights Community Council has received approval of its proposal for spending a $5,000 Mott Grant. The Money will be spent to help rehabilitate Homes in Kennedy Heights a project of the Kennedy Heights redevelopment corp. The corporation has narrowed its Choice to two Homes. A condition of the Grant is that at least 10 neighbourhood people be employed on the rehab hold Mickey mouse party Drake primary school will have a Mickey mouse 50th birthday Celebration music program on May 19 at 1 45 . In the school auditorium. First Grade children will dress to represent Mickey mouse a friends from All around the world Story Book land Mother Goose land and Drake re. School and perform appropriate songs and Folk fete 75th anniversary Indian Hill rangers will celebrate their 75th anniversary with a dinner dance saturday a it �?T0, at Livingston Lodge. Chairpersons Are or. And mrs. Cromer Mashburn or. On sunday May 21, there will be an open House at the Ranger station 11.-5, to see the rangers new facilities. The dance is sponsored by Indian Hill historical museum society. Reservations Are with mrs. James e. Roche 8600 Bridgewater in. We buy diamonds and Diamond estates from �?�100 to 100,000 Call for appt 793-6639 the Little Bank Wati the big Watt
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