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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - November 12, 1975, Cincinnati, OhioMontgomery City Council c1fh3nnat1 speech 4nd hf4r1nc outer will bring thin up facially equipped Mobile a Blo Kenwood Plaza shopping in mfr for free bearing tests and consultation saturday not. Is 11 .-6 . Volunteer a from the Kenwood woman s i Hub and the newly formed Kenwood 1 Jon s club will assist with be testing and registering. A professional andr Logist Iron the Center will be on band to answer your question abot to hearing and speech problems. The testing and Consul tot ion arc open to men women and children of All Ages. Continued Tom of one Council. Seems to believe that although Montgomery Road can not be maintained As strictly residential neither should it become a commercial strip. In other his Ines a Council passed to a second Reading an ordinance which allows rezoning of a strip of land adjacent to the Blacke by House. Main and Cooper roads from residence a a cd to retail a be a. Mrs. Olga Sheperd will locate a Bookstore there and the retail rezoning will prov Ide a sito for nine parking spaces. The Raso nifty was opposed by Clinton Roberts 7894 Cooper who lives next door to the property. The rezoning of the narrow strip had been suggested by the City planner As a Way to preserve the Green area and Trees surrounding the historic property. A Green Buffer Between the Roberts and Blackerby properties is a requirement of the Rezon ing plan. A Council Tum a Down a request from Henry Gallenstein or. For a zoning variance at his property at 8357 Shadow Point it. He wanted to be allowed an ii foot Side Yard rather than the 15 it. Requirements there. A the City voted to ask for a Sharp of Hamilton county Community development funds from the Federal department of housing and Urban development to be used to buy recreation land develop the downtown area and develop the John a nature preserve with paths and identification signs for Flora and Fauna. A the next meeting of the Parks and recreation committee is nov. 25. Market place has requested a d-5 liquor License from the a state for a Cork and Cleaver restaurant. University Day at 1c planned the 30th annual University Day will be held nov. 16. 2 . At University of Cincinnati s Zimmer auditorium. The program initiated by the Cincinnati Junior and senior High Council of Parent teacher organizations Aims to acquaint parents of prospective students with the opportunities and advantages a of a Large University. Among us officials on the program will be Robert w. Neel. Miami Hills dr., who is associate director of admissions. Your Best buy is Csom refrigerator searched by naked intruder a woman reported to Blip Ash police that she heard noises in the Kitchen of her Home on Zig Zag re. Nov. 9 about 3 30 . Wlben she went to the Kitchen to investigate she saw a Young Man about 16 years old naked from the wait Down peering into her refrigerator. The woman told police she a ked the intruder what be was doing and he reply ltd a just looking for then he fled from the House. The woman described the boy As being about 6 feet tall 165 pounds dark haired and wearing a dark tee shirt. She said he was carrying a pen Lite. 5 suburban use wednesday nov. 12, 1975 town Square a of fast Montgomery Square shopping Center 984-2200 a a 4�?o ii it a seven Hills Harvest fair inflation has not affected the seven Hill Emporium and general store of them Hool a Harvest fair to be held nov. 14, 3 15-8 15 on the grounds 5100 red rank re. Item include antique and refinished furniture baked goods ornaments. Hand made. Blue Jean skirts plants Spaghetti dinner game drawing for a to and Talent show. Madeira City Council meeting continued from Page one written notice by the Board. Of health. Quot in other business a a mayor Dan Mcdonald read a letter from the parents of one of the boys involved in the recent rape incident in Madeira. The letter commended the Madeira police department for the compassionate understanding Way in which the Case was handled. It said the boys were probably spared emotional scars from a very bad sex eerie Mee because of the induces of the officers involved in the investigation. A Council heard a cd pm plaint from Robert Tench. �T�>837 in. About the political signs tacked up on Telephone pole. He wanted to know. W by such signs were allowed to remain on the pole in violation of the Law. Babe said the police had removed Many signs from illegal locations. However. He said,., the police Depa r t m e it a Jab a primarily one of maintaining Security. He said too that police do not came ladders so the City service dept will have to remove Many of the signs too High to teach. Tench further criticized the administration asking if anyone had been cited for placing the Signa illegally. Babe said no citations had been issued. Citing people for putting u on Public was. Babe said signs on a possibly we have been remiss and should Start gup right of a a met if we begin doing that for political candidate also get into i tag people for placing signs advertising such things As charitable appeals like is and. Garage Sale i a by 3�ocious tur approx to a it win be giver a a a i every 5 a a be saturday nov 15 of noon to 5 a a a a Cerne Arcader a out awl cd a rad Dupaul it a it re a Nwe Plata store o saturday nov t5 Deposit you entry it melt i the Arcade no Purchase required one a Onne per a \ Don t Pav teen present to my 1 name _ address. I c to a stats. A. I w i you must be at least 16 years of age to enter this drawing Moeller has crack at state title continued hmm Page one end Oaie from the four and Naber a Pat went True for a 7-0 Lead. That was All Moe needed what with the a crunch Bunche holding the panthers to 190 Yards. 102 of it on 36 Rushing plays. But John. Crone a Dandy defender picked off an elder pass at the purple 43 in the second period to offer the offence another Chance. That did t pan out but led to an Exchange of punts won by John Williams to set up yet another thrust that earned from elder s. 48 to the 25. On fourth Down. Coach Faust called upon Naber and Kenny belted the pigskin 41 Yards to up Moe a Lead to 10-0. The Tempo of the game changed there. The panthers visibly wilted and before halftime Bill Fitzpatrick grabbed another Finley pass for the second interception of the night and Moe was in business again. Koegel moved from the 46 to elder s 39 with passes to Dave Condeni and Jim Pierce. On the key play Naber came on but the elder defenders were too anxious to Block his Fig attempt and jumped before the snap the resulted five Vard Walkoff giving Moeller a first Down at elder s 34. A key Pas from Koegel to Kirby Clark carried to the three1, from where Tim fired a pass to Jim Pierce in the end Rone after which Naber ended the night s scoring with his Pat Bool elevating the halftime Cushion to 17-0. After that the a crunch Bunch Quot were in command. Jim Gross and Ralph per Drix were the stars of a scoreless second half with key stops at the right time. Byron Patterson Bob Crabie Bill Fitzpatrick Karl Woods Tom Mcmanus Jim Gross Ralph Perdrix John Bauer John Crone Mike Helgeson Joe Humphrey. Rick Hubbard Ana Bill Long helped Cement the Stone Wall. Elders offence bumped a a against without Success. Offensively Rog Wirthlin Moe a solid Center was a Tower of strength. He was helped by Gary Cornett Gery Cooper Jim Brown Matt Waschle Bob Cavellier Pierce Clark Condeni Mike bums Steve Givens. Massong and Koegel All shining offensive stars. Koegel passing game was a thing of Beauty. Tim hooked up with dark four time for 44 Yards. Kirby the soph sensation plucked off the key Aerial leading to the final to. Scored a Quot Pierre who. Grabby d that to fling and. Two other for 30 Yards. Massong hauled in three for 33 and Condeni two for 23. To go with Koegele a 1�m Yards via the airlines. The crusaders added 63 pm 38 Rush my plays. Givens Lugg red 18 times for 35, Massong sped. 34 Yards his seven trips and bums tacked on 10, Moeller piled up 13 first Downs while holding the panthers to six and their 193 Yards just topped the 190 net for elder. The panthers had 67 plays to score but did to while Moe had "57 tries to reap 17 Points. A a t the two previous trips to the playoffs by the crusaders were fruitless. This is another year and the feeling prevails that coach Faust and his Classy Combine will go All the Way. After All they re Quot super Quot qui v"1 we also feature double and triple Load washers All dryers now electronically heat adjusted 16 la. Maytag i 35c cleaning is cheaper by the Pound 8 lbs. 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