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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - November 19, 1975, Cincinnati, OhioUrsuline victors upset 9-year win Streak ursuline Academy volleyball team dealt a stunning blow to the Madeira Amazon team last week. Ursuline captured the Cincinnati class a a #2 trophy by defeating Madeira. The Madeira amazons had previously won 98 games straight for. A record breaking nine year win Streak. Ursuline was not even seeded in the contest considered an upset Vic Toovy happily showing off their trophy Are members of the ursuline Quot team from left. Sue Mackey and Janet staun. See Story Page 6. Groundbreaking Woodford school dream becomes reality Friday groundbreaking ceremonies for the Woodford primary school Are Friday nov. 21, 1 30 . At the school site Woodford re. Near Redbank. The school is a unique venture which will Combine a school Nursery Day care and Latch key program recreation senior citizens program and Community Council meeting room in one building. The Cincinnati school. Board and recreation commission the Kennedy Heights Community Council and members of worked together for several years planning the facility. The school s existence was threatened last year however when the Maack got a court injunction to Stop the Cincinnati school Board from building new schools of the kind the a act termed a racially Kennedy Heights Community Council went to the a act last summer to plead its Case for the Woodford facility and the school Board was allowed to procede with Woodford primary. The three schools that now serve the neighbourhood will participate in the activity. Kennedy a Bicentennial singers will present the colors. Shroder a Drill team will March and Woodward band will provide music. Members of the school Board will be present As will members of Cincinnati Council and the commission and Community residents. Library Ohio historical society 1982 Velma ave. Columbus Ohio 43211 a ii a i j enc run in ?2iuif 9->�9 to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 4 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 mud a a to serving Trie comm Mem of Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Hidge hereon Kennedy height a Siu Deer Park Rossmoyne Miltonvale hedge word Mark of circulation integrity vol. Xiv no. 16 15c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday november 19, 1975 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234 at a Oberley of image 21��il Low bid for Tennis about $50,000by Sandy Smith bids Are in for the proposed Tennis courts in Amberley. At the Village Cour Icil meeting nov. 10, City manager Tom Wesson reported that the bids Range from $49,853 to $55,-644. Four construction companies responded. Newberry construction company submitted the lowest bid. Recreation committee chairman waiter Meyer said that the bids came in too soon before the nov. 10 meeting for his committee to have a recommendation for Council. He did say that the bids were in line with the Cost estimated by the recreation committee based on the engineering Survey. Meyer said the recreation commission should have a recommendation for the dec. 8 meeting. He added that perhaps it was appropriate tor the recommendation to be presented to the newly elected members of Council who will be sworn into office dec. 1. A Bill was presented to Council for the Tennis court site Survey which was prepared by Engineer Fred child Auer. The Cost of the Survey was $2,339.60 and several Council members commented that they thought the Cost was excessive councilman Arthur Friedman said he thought the 3-4 months which the Survey took was far too Long. Councilman Thomas Green also criticized the number of hours which the work took. He called the total Cost a exorbitant a and said he thought the Hill should be negotiated. Friedman also said he thought Council should insist. On better service from Schildhauer in the future. In the end Council voted to pay the Bill with Green casting the Only dissenting vote. Meyer commented after the meeting that even though bids Are in Council is not obligated to go ahead with courts at All. And even if they do he said they May not necessarily take the lowest bid. He said there will be Many factors to consider in deciding which bid is Best. Bids were also in for the new handguns for the Amberley police department. Low bidder for 16 handguns and holsters was Standard Law enforcement at $1,429, after t Rade in of old weapons. Council voted to accept Standard Law enforcement it bid. Amberley police Are still waiting for delivery of the three cruisers they ordered from Economy Chevrolet. Firemen promoted and honoured at Deer Park by Nancy schlies at the Only Council meeting to be held in november Deer Park mayor William Kleiman swore in fire department Captain Cannon Erp and it. Robert Otto recently promoted from lieutenant and fireman respectively. Council also passed a Resolution honouring Robert Poole for his 21 years of service with the fire department through mayor elect Francis Healy asked the clerk to read a Resolution recognizing the championship reds baseball team and Council passed the Resolution unanimously. Healy announced there will be no special meeting nov. 20 on annexation of the Park lumber co. Property. This matter will be taken care of at the next regular Council meeting dec 11. Richard Wilson st. Johns Terrace thanked Council for its Quick action regarding the problem on his property. Wilson said a new apron has been installed paid for by Wilson and he is satisfied with the results. In response to complaints about the condition of Penn Central tracks going through Deer Park and the Speed of trains clerk Jim Canning read correspondence from the Railroad. Someone has been assigned to investigate the a alleged unsafe conditions a the letter stated. Mayor Kleiman read a letter noting that in March 1976, Penn Central will become part of con rain its not known if the tracks through Deer Park will be part of that new organization. In its present bankrupt condition the Railroad is authorized to make minor maintenance but no big expenditures. The trains Are moving More slowly through the City however. Erv Schmidt congratulated winners in the recent elections and expressed sorrow to the Osera a who have Given so much to the councilman Dennis Mckeown also congratulated the winners and noted that while some sessions Over the past two years have been Stormy the City was the Benefactor As a result of All the discussions. Plainfield to be focus at religious seminar or. Marjorie Suchocki 11593 Plum Hill dr., Montgomery is a workshop Leader at the religious education Institute this sunday nov. 23 at Edge diff College. She is a lecturer in religious studies at the College. Her workshop topic u Eastern religious experience. Shown Here with or. Suchocki Are from left Rev. Ken Czillinger regional director of the office of religious education for the archdiocese or. William Roberts head of Edgefi iffy religious studies dept. Or. Suchocki Rev. Ray Aichele Campus minister at Edge diff. The event begins at 9 . A variety of topics Are on the Agenda fee is $6, including lunch. For reservations Eon tact father Czillinger 621-4230 or or. Roberts. At Akron Friday Silverton Council voted nov. 10 to ask for an estimated $303,700 in its application to Hamilton county for Community development funds. Clerk Bernard Pohlman emphasized that this amount and the following reported amounts Are a Only go Silver Tony plan outlined in the application mainly involves development of the Southeast Corner of Montgomery and Plainfield roads with additional parking facilities a Small Green area lighting benches and improved traffic flow. Development would require relocation hopefully within Silverton of existing businesses and demolition of the buildings which the application described As a a a blight. Cost is estimated at $238,-000. Additionally Silverton is applying for approximately $9,000 to gather data and draw up plans for the project. An estimated $56,700 is also being asked to install sidewalks retainer curbing and to connect to existing storm sewers on Plainfield re. Between Diehl and North Fordham. Mayor Richard Benken mentioned the possibility that local funds May be available to match Federal funds. Kim Kowalski coordinator of the project to apply for the Federal funds said Council will be notified a Between now and nov. 26�?� of what Hamilton county has decided to present As Silverton a plan in the application to Hud. Silverton May then approve or disapprove the plan. Seven dental Hygiene students received first place for their table clinic display at the annual american dental hygienists association meeting held october 24-28 in Chicago. They Are front Row from left Mary Roemer Sherri Greene Carol Brinson second Row Debbie Sommer Mary Jane Fietek Ethymer Pat Whisler Laura Helmkamp. Gets move will Cost Blue Ash $50,000/yr. Blue Ash City manager Vic Suhm said the closing of the general electric Plant on Creek re. In Blue Ash will mean an earnings tax loss of $50,000-60,000 it or year. He said such a Oss was not a Overly substantial for the City. He said the City takes in a total of about $1.4 million in earnings taxes Over a year. He also stressed that businesses move into and out of Blue Ash All the time. Suhm said gets move had been rumoured for a Long time prior to this announcement. Indian Hill begins Winter recreation Indian Hill Community schools Winter recreation program has begun. Director Carol Wehmann said Wyandot school will be open saturdays 9 .-12 . This a open gym program will be geared for is Moeller to play for state championship Moeller football coach Jerry Faust Breaks into a Grin As he learns the team has beaten Findlay to win the playoffs. Now its on to the championship Friday against Lakewood. By les Wilson combining a Stalwart defense with just enough offence to come from behind and go ahead to stay Moeller s unbeaten crusaders posted their first Ever Ohio state foot Ball championship playoffs Victory saturday night ending the unbeaten string of Findlay a trojans with a 28-16 Triumph. A crowd of Over 11,000 fans jammed Dayton a Welcome stadium to witness the impressive win scored by Moeller the smallest school in the class aaa playoffs Over Findlay the Only High school serving a City of 35,-000 population. A a and even the fans from Findlay went away admiring coach Gerry Faust s crusaders because it was a Good clean and hard fought clash Between two untouched teams and a thriller All the Way. To win., Moellers miserly defense Cut off Findlay running Star Andy Schramm almost entirely in the first half but watched with Awe As Trojan quarterback Dave Wilson went wild to pet the enemy on top 10-7 m the second period. At halftime Moe decided to Stop Wilson. They did but now it was Schramm who blitzed Over Terra Firma to give Findlay attractive scoring opportunities that they wasted mainly due to Good goal line stands by that Stalwart defensive unit who protected a slim Lead before one of their number John Bauer came up with the big plays to break the game open for Moeller. The crusaders held after kicking off and took Over 66 Yards away from pay dirt after a 29 Yard punt by Schramm. Bob Massong slashed off right tackle tor six and Mike bums rammed up the Middle for five and first Down at Findlay a 45. Massong went four Steve Givens five and bums two for another first Down at the enemy 34. Massong started right but Findlay was detected holding and a penalty put Moeller in Fine shape at the Trojan 17. Givens blasted his Way to the 13 and Burns billeted through the Middle All the Way to the four from where Givens scored with 7 08 left in the first period. Ken Nabers Pat Boot gave Moe a 7-0 Lead which did no to last Long. Nabar who boo mad. Every Kickoff of the night into the end zone sent his first one sailing and Findlay took Over at its 20. Moe a defense sparked by John Crone and Jim Gross shut Schramm off with just eight Yards on three plays. But Wilson fired a 27 Yard pass to Tom Jones and one for 12 to Randy lamp Ngen Derfer before hitting Jon Graham for nine. And when the crusaders had potential receivers blanketed on a pass play from the 18, Wilson had to ran found room and Cut Back to score with 2 43 left in the Quarter and Greg Mathias squared things at 7-7 with his Pat kick. Despite a seven Yard ran by Givens and a 10 Yard pass from Tim Koegel to Dave Condeni Moe continued on Page 3 inside m further analysis of local elections Page 3 churches celebrate with Pilgrim ritual Page 14 read about ursuline s climb to glory Page 6 places to Dine out for thanksgiving Page 12 lots of club meetings and things in a happening Page 4 Ades k through 6. On sundays 2-4 ., the gym will be open for adult basketball. Shawnee school will be open saturdays 1-4 . For a gymnastic program which will be both instructional and practice oriented for grades 4-12. A open gym will be held at the . High school for grades 7-12. The a basketball program at Wyandot is designed to open up the High school gym for other recreational activities. Recreational leaders aiding Wehmann will be Terry Finnerty Mike Finnerty and Wayne Roberts. Completing the staff will be student assistants Cristy Freese Scott Rogers Suzanne Roudabush and Karen Schenke. The program covers the four Winter months for a total of twelve weeks. The gyms will be open a nov. 15, 16, 22, 23 a dec. 6, 7, 13, 14 a Jan. 10, 11, 17, 19, 24, 25, 31 a feb. 1, 7, 8, 14, 15, 21, 22, 28, 29 at the conclusion of the meeting mayor Henry Tohm thanked the unusually Large audience for thir interest and said he hoped the residents of Amberley would continue their interest in Council and attend Council meetings. He also invited the Public to attend the swearing in ceremony for the new Councilperson Barbara Steinberg and Gloria Haffer. Which will be held at the municipal building dec. 1 at 7 30 . Blue Ash tomorrow Blue Ash City Council me to thursday. 8 . In the City building 4343 Cooper re. Items on the Agenda include ordinances a establishing standing rales of Counce. A regarding relocation payments. A amending personnel a establishing a pay plan for 1976. A authorizing manager employment agreement. A authorizing additional work on detention basin., a designating a Public depository for City funds a transferring funds within the annual appropriation ordinance. And resolutions authorizing payment for Legal services for Reed Hartman Highway title examinations. A appointing members to the Volunteer firemen a dependents fund Board. Cash in on a new idea got a Knack for creating such things As Wood carvings needlepoint ceramics knitted or crocheted items furniture Floral arrangements ornaments and the like looking for a method to sell them out of your Home. For extra Christmas Cash Why not advertise them in a snip so mini gallery starting next week in the classified Section of the Eastern Hills journal Northeast suburban life i lie reek Valley news Hilltop news and the Norwood Enterprise a Call to miss Bona 731-7175 will put you in business right now but hurry. Deadline is monday at 4 . Scouts learn about police an open High Sci look students Ages an open meeting for All 8 age 15-19 who Are interested in Law enforcement will be held nov. 24, 7 30 . At the deter Park Federal savings and loan Blue Ash and we Ebster aves. The meeting is sponsored by the members of explorer Post #82 boy scouts of America. Members of the Post have the Opportunity to ride in patrol cars with the Deer Park police and observe the daily routine of patrolmen. Tool cars with the Deer Early deadline for thanksgivi because of the thanksgiving Holiday suburban life will go to press Early next week. Deadline for All news and photos is Friday. For late breaking news Contact the office before 10 . Monday. Advertising deadline is monday noon. Classified deadline remains monday 4

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