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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - May 19, 1976, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary Ohio historical Soei to 1932 Velata ave. Colobus Ohio 43211 Lix u. S. P33ta1s b Jolt rats a 13 inc Vaa v-r.3 pm Hii. I i t it by a cry a amt to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 4 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 it mme serving the communities of Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hitt Madeira pleasant it Nice Bret tot Kennedy Heights Silver ton Kenw xxx Deer Park runs movie duo Virple Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity vol. Xiv no. 42 15 Cincinnati Ohio. Wednesday May 19, 1976 4415 Montgomery cd. Phone 531-0234 detailed plans for elderly apartment by Maureen Hehman a request for a special permit to build an apartment building for the elderly on Galbraith rd., Deer Park was filed last week with the City of Deer Park. Mary Louise Davis and her brother Albert. Schairbaum want to put the building on their mothers property on Galbraith cd. Near Gail he in Deer Park. City does t want to meet their consultant in the protect Richard. Coleman said the City turned Down his request in april to meet and discuss the preliminary plans for the development. Schairbaum and mrs. Davis have also filed their plan asking to be chosen for the title 8 housing program which subsidizes rent for elderly people with limited incomes. Plans Complete there Are two other .50-unit apartment plans in Competition for the same Hud funds under title 8. Only one will he chosen Ana Coleman said he believes the Deer Park site has a Good Chance to be the selection. Another similar project double the size in Forest Park was chosen recently by Hud with Coleman As consultant. That project was chosen instead of the 110-unit apartment project proposed by a amp a development for the Deer Park site several months ago. Apartments described Coleman said there would be 49 apartments in the building a two and three Story colonial. The building has fire prevention and detection devices according to All codes and regulations. The apartments include one bedroom Bath dressing room and walk in closet living room with dining area., Kitchen and. Small pantry. A Large porch surrounds the front of the building. The net space of each apartment is 540 Square it. Included in the rental is heat air conditioning appliances. The units Are designed to rent for $283 per month but this must be approved by Hud Oki has reviewed the plan and sent it to Hud Oki Only determines its recommendation based on the site not the actual plan and Oki has no final say in the plan approval rent subsidies an elderly person could have his or her rent subsidized up to three fourths by the Federal government. Single people with incomes of $6,800 or less and married couples with $8, National Volunteer week 700 or less would be eligible for subsidies Bawd on their abilities to pay. Elderly people with greater incomes could live in the apartments and pay full Price. Consultant optimistic Coleman Saia that he is optimistic about the plan despite the fact that Deer Park mayor Francis Healy spoke against the location at Council. Coleman said he believes people Are afraid the residents of the building would come outside of Deer Park but he believes they would be Deer Park residents. He said there Ara at least 700 elderly in Deer Park half of whom because of actual income Are termed a poor a according to title 8 criteria. They May not be Able to pay the costs of Upkeep. Insurance and utilities on their Homes or they May lose some Independence by living with other families. Coleman said. He said he believes these people could Benefit from the apartment. The plan must be reviewed by Deer Park planning commission. Jack Buckley head of the commission said monday that he had not yet seen the plans filed the previous tuesday. He said a meeting of the commission would be called after the plans Are referred to him by the City. Coleman said the building will probably not be built if the Hud title 8 application is denied. Scouts reveal 4what my Leader Means to me9 in preparation for National Volunteer week May 16-22, Daer Park girl scouts wrote essays on a what. My Leader Means to the 81 entries were judged by senior citizen girl scout troop 1976 of Blue Ash. A Ning essay in each scout level plus several honorable mentions were Given by the judges. Brownie level Diane Compton of troop 761, a they hardly never yell at us my header Helm me if i need help. They Are Nice to me. They teach me new things. They treat everyone the some. Their All most like your Mother. One week they let me take Over the meeting. They mean a whole lot to me. They let us do things. They let us have fun. They Are the Best leaders a girl could Ever have. They take us places. They let us earn badges. They say they will take us to the Park the soda shop and on picnics and lots of other places. They let us Cut pumpkins on halloween. They let us a rate crafts. They let us have party. They hardly never yell at us. They do things with us. They let us have Flag ceremonies. They mean a whole lot to me. Diane Compton 761 1st p lace brownies a most enjoyable lady so my troop leaders Job is to help make girl scouts a Nice and enjoyable organization. Its fun to go camping and to make things. It is a very hard Job to get kids to like you out mrs. Koopman and mrs. Freeman did it. Lending their time to help kids All around the world. What my Leader Means to me. Is that if i have a problem i can Tell my Leader and they can help me solve it fast. My Leader is like another Mother to me and if you Ever need a Leader just come to the Undercroft on a thursday and you la see the most enjoyable lady a. So Stop by one Day and see troop number 1898 and their leaders in action. Kelly gamer 1st place. Junior a she understands our problems she gives me the Opportunity to enjoy scouting. She takes us on alot of trips and is concerned about us. Its like she a my second Mother. When we were working on the Marian award she spent alot of time on m. She understands our problems and helps us. Work them out. I really like her alot. Elaine Prues troop 1093 1st place Cadet Junior level Kelly Garner of troop 1898, and Elaine Prues of Cadette 1093, were first place winners. Honorable mentions brownies Jenny Abernathy Pamela Farmer Barbie Fox Debbie Poellet Sara Mary Roberta Jackson ltd Pothin to los tor Connie Nancy Sten and Elahe Ulmer. Cadette Jane Johnson and Janice Johnson. Rubin. Hacker Jennifer Louie Smith Hobby show at Kenwood mall the merchants of Kenwood mall will sponsor a Hobby show saturday june 5. The show is open to residents who make or collect things. First second and third places will be awarded in the two categories As Well As Cash prizes. For further information Call Marjorie Johnson 531-4000. Honoured by Xuy dads Gilbert Bath right receive a distinguished service medal from Xavier in University president Robert Mulligan. , the Avrard is one of four Given to longtime members of the i dad s club who have together contributed nearly 100 years of Volunteer service to al. This saturday at us area residents in special olympics track and Field Competition in the sixth annual Hamilton county special olympics for the mentally retarded will begin at 9 . May 22 at the University of Cincinnati Snippert stadium. About 550 participants Are expected. Admission is free. In Case of rain Competition will be held in the . Fieldhouse. Winners in the Hamilton county special olympics will be eligible for the statewide track and Field meet june 25-27 in Columbus. Events will include 50, 100 and 220 Yard dashes mile run High jump Long jump softball throw Pentathlon 200 and 440 Yard dashes and six events for mentally retarded persons in wheelchairs. Competition will be in age groups beginning at age six. Short dashes kickball and softball throws will also be held for tots under six. Participants in the meet include these area residents Donald Broadnax 6626 Iris Debbie Cranford 6206 Coleridge . Stewart 3188 n. Far Crest Kevin Stewart 3685 Northdale Mary Beth Way Man 5474 Hill and Dale drive Joseph a. Bailey 6038 Kennedy ave Nini Batte 5830 Valleyview. Mike Belew 3893 mantel James Payne 4310 Myrtle Kenneth Reinmuth 4112 Ester Marie Cindy Anderson 4406 e. Galbraith Cynthia Daugherty 4455 Kugler Mill Jodi Dickinson 4044 Lansdowne Cindy pavely 7607 Plainfield Dwain Sharpe 3913 of Leary Norine Cappel 8748 Killarney Danny Goldschmidt. 3856 Mantell Edward Dalton 4016 of Leary Karen Gill 4242 Redmont Stephen Veselovec 4242 Oakwood Paula Dearwester 4356 Schenck Ritchie Daugherty 4455 Kugler Mill Carolyn Frasure 8463 continued on Page four inside of a you May never be a patient at general. Why give them any Money ? Page 2 Moeller makes graduation plans. Page 3 parties club meetings lectures planned Page 9 Deer Park nips Reading Page $ a what a in the stars f at the Flie st in the air Page u Church news Page 12 Saeteu co Weze a a w 7896 Cam Argo Road Beautiful Tomato plants and bedding plants ready for planting 3l u we youngsters take Over the City mayor Richard Leuken s comment to the Young participants in Silverton s youth and government Day a one Day All of you May take Over the Council chairs then til retire and sit Back and ask you All the Tricky mayor Benkin made i big mistake Quot when he opened the May 6 meeting to questions from the Young guests. How do you answer a Little girl who thinks a local pet shop should not be allowed to keep leopards and peacocks or an 11 year old boy who thinks kids should get team passes to the Pool not on the basis of age but on How Well they can swim the kids who had put their thinking Caps on to come up with fresh approaches to problems were Alt winners of the Bicentennial essay contest sponsored by Silver on Kenwood Madeira kiwanis club. Participants were from left kneeling Jeff Byington. Stephen Davis Paul Roden Lonnie Jones first Row Joe Tore Betsie Murray Teri Cassidy Amy Pohl tan Amy Federle Detra Douglas Barry Larkin second Row a Iwaziam de Carrelli Mike bre Senicki. Larry Klatt Ike bin font Lewis Kraftt Tim Pohl Richard Brady state rep. Helen fix mayor Richard Bentea. Tammy Rivers another Winner was not available for the picture. Top of the news Satterfield murder charge a hearing in juvenile court waa scheduled yesterday to deride whether or not William Albert Satterfield. 16, 6211 Tyne ave., Kennedy height would he tried for murder As an adult. Satterfield attacked Ken Bagwell with a baseball Bat two years ago in Drake Park. Bagwell died from the injuries two weeks ago at Drake Hospital. He had been founder of Cincinnati teen Challenge a Christian entered drug rehabilitation program for Young men. Satterfield has been in the custody of the Ohio youth commission since he was found guilty of the attack two years ago. He was scheduled for parole soon. Satterfield is under the jurisdiction of the juvenile court and yesterdays hearing was to determine if that court would relinquish jurisdiction of the youth and allow him to stand trial for murder there Are several Legal questions to he answered in the matter would a trial for murder be double jeopardy since Satterfield was convicted of the assault with the weapon two years ago Satterfield was Only 14 years old at the time of the attack can he be tried As an adult now these and other questions were before juvenile judge Olive Holmes yesterday after suburban life went to press. Satterfield is represented by attorney Allen Brown. Amended charge asked in Madeira mayors Case judge Robert Gorman May make a decision Friday on. Whether. Or not to dismiss the charge against Madeira mayor Dan Mcdonald. Mcdonald a attorney Aronold Morelli has asked the court to dismiss the Case based on three Points including that the Case is an interference with the discretionary Powers of a judge. These Powers Are protected under Ohio Law. Mcdonald is charged with not sending notice of a speeding conviction to the Bureau of motor vehicles As required by Law. Attorney for the Cincinnati prosecutor Tim Hogan filed an answer to the Quot motion to dismiss in the form of an amended charge. Hogan explained that the amended charge would be based on a Section of the Ohio Law which has nothing to do with a the exercise of discretion by the court. The statute states simply a you shall do this regardless of excuses of Why it Wasny to done a Hogan said. Judge Gorman will Rule on the motions. Mayor Mcdonald has said that the notice was not sent due to Beauro cratic mishandling a mistake in procedure. Madeira councilman Doug Oppenheimer who brought the charge against the mayor and some others a involved believe the failure to Send the notice was deliberate. Solicitor reprimanded Blue Ash City solicitor Robert Mcconaughy received a Public reprimand thursday night from City Council for his behaviour while admittedly drunk at a Blue Ash bar apr. 3. The bar was under investigation by Blue Ash police and the sheriffs patrol for possible gambling and narcotics violations at the time. According to a Blue Ash police Dent. Report Mcconaughy was speaking in a threatening manner at the bar and revealed the a a secret police surveillance of the tavern. Mcconaughy however probably did not know of the surveillance until three weeks after the bar incident according to City manager Vic Suhm and anything he Saia at the bar suggesting police activities was a coincidence. Councils Fetter of reprimand said any further conduct of this kind would be grounds for Mcconaughy a dismissal. $560,000 in sewer Bonds Deer Park Council voted to Issue $560,000 Worth of sewer Bonds at the May 13 meeting. The Bonds will be purchased from Seasongood Ana Mayer at an interest rate of 6 a per annul plus a Premium of $3, 276. Council also voted to repeal an ordinance passed last year which prohibited right turns on red throughout the City. The new ordinance allows right turns on red with appropriate caution. Plans for Amity gardens a proposed 49-unit Home for the elderly Are being reviewed by the building department according to mayor Francis r. Healy. When the review is completed the planning commission will hold a Public hearing for discussion of the proposal. No Date has been set for the hearing. Amberley Tennis courts ready in 30 Days Amberley Village Council Embere Learned at the May 10 meeting that Tennis courts under construction next to the municipal building Are about 70 percent Complete. Recreation committee chairman Walter Meyer said the courts should be available for play within 30 Days. Meyer presented a list of rules for use of the courts which his committee had drawn up. Use of the courts will be limited to residents who buy memberships. Each family in the Village will be allowed to Purchase a card key to admit them to the courts. Only one card will be issued per family. Membership fee has been set at $2 per family. Can Small town police Challenge big time drugs can a Small town police Force in Ohio armed Only with cunning and skill crack a Multi million Dollar drug ring if you ask Blue Ash police chief Ron Sturgill that question he would probably have to Blush and say he and his department Are credited with providing information about a marijuana smuggling eng which has led to the seizure of $6 million Worth of marijuana in Mississippi last wednesday. Sturgill had supplied Federal narcotics agents with information he gathered in a smaller but significant drug bust at the ramada inn Blue Ash feb. 10. He and detective Marvin Stephens seized $159,000 Worth of marijuana then after they received a tip from an employee of the inn who was concerned about the Odd behaviour of a female guest who arrived without Luggage. Fri is of several people in that bust will be held in june. Movements of those arrested in the Blue Ash drug bust were rather Quot open with goods being carted around in plastic garbage bags. Those involved May have been careless and ultimately surprised at their arrests by a Quot Small time police Force. The marijuana in both busts was grown in Columbia South America and came to the United states in fishing boats to the coast of Florida then loaded onto trucks and vans. The Mississippi marijuana raid resulted in the Arresto of greater Cincinnati Reaid Ento and officials believe the drug was on its Way to the Cincinnati area apparently a Large distribution Center in the network. Officials however believe that network May now be effectively severed. A Breaks ground groundbreaking ceremonies were yesterday for the new Junior achievement Hall of free Enterprise building in Deerfield Industrial Park Blue Ash. The old Headquarters was at 7201 Montgomery re. The Junior achievement program involves High school students in actual businesses. Groups of a youths sponsored by local Hus leases form their own companies make produce and Market items. The new a Complex will provide office and work rooms for the production of a goods

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