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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - November 19, 1980, Cincinnati, OhioT ltd. It / v i 4 yet 3 to 43221 a Phil Mil . Postal paid c inc i that i of id Quot Madeira youngster on Champion tumbling team by Perry cooped the beat kept secret in town May Well be the pleasant Ridge gymnastics team coached by Don Wilson. With a total Lack of fanfare the team Seton sorted by the Cincinnati recreation commission swept to the 1980 . Tumbling association National team championship last june. The Competition at Miami University was attended by teams from Texas California new York Michigan Colorado Pennsylvania and Many other states. Several of the gymnasts from that championship squad have already left pleasant Ridge moving on to colleges or to some of the other gymnastics teams that Are form ing in various sections of the Cincinnati others Are returning to defend their team title and one of these veterans is 14-Yetr-old Shelly Blackwelder of 7819 Euclid rd., Madeira. Blackwelder placed Mih in her age group and tumbling competitions in the National meet then placed 10th in her age group and 13th Overall in double mini trampoline Competition. She became interested in gymnastics Early when a doctor said that she did t sleep enough for a toddler and that exercise would help tire her. Her father Ralph was a gymnast so that was the form of exercising1 she began. A i started competing when i was she recall members of the pleasant Ridge gymnastics team Are from left top Row Kevin Unwin coach Don Wilson and Marty Bare second Row Jeff Lane Curtis stall Worth. And Jerry Wilson third Row Shelly Black welder. Heather Mcfadden and Kim Erbach. The youngsters Are part of a gymnastics team which competes on various Levels including collegiate challenges. Rossmoyne Man sentenced to life imprisonment John Wallace King i of Rossmoyne was found guilty on one count of aggravated murder and one count of attempted aggravated murder nov. 14 by a Hamilton county common pleas court jury. King a 28-year-old with no permanent address wa9 then sentenced by judge Rupert Doan to life imprisonment on the first count and seven to 25 years imprisonment on the second count. King was found not guilty of another charge of attempted aggravated murder. Thomas Stueve King 9 attorney said monday that no determination had been made As to whether or not an Appeal would be made. King fatally 9tabbed Jerry Collette. 25. 6938 Home ave., Silverton. In a parking lot Brawl june 28 at Gerius Palace 8954 Blue Ash rd., Rossmoyne. King also 9tabbed Brian Mccabe 23, 8453 Vorhees ln., Rossmoyne and shot Shane Mason 26, 4107 Williams ave., Rossmoyne. Both men survived. At the trial King testified that he had not meant to kill or injure anyone and had gone to the parking lot armed Only because that would help him get $8 that Mccabe owed him for losing a Pool Hall bet. He said he used his weapons because the three men had him fearing for his life. It n time to write Sania share Christmas memories during the weeks prior to Christmas we traditionally open our pages to contributions from readers of All Ages. Letters to Santa from All his Young friends As Well As recollections from those of you who Are warmed by memories of christmases past. Teachers Are invited to submit drawings by a budding Young classroom artists Quot As they View the approaching season. As always Well reproduce As Many As space permits. Mail to Csini letters to Santa or Christmas me Mories i pm Box 12010, Cincinnati 45212, or drop off at the Csini office nearest you. Get Busy. Tell Santa what to bring you on his dec. 24 Asu or share with us your special thoughts associated with this special time of year. We truly torn hearing from you. Inside Adf Page Mae pushes for title Page .2.newsmakers Page 7, 8, 10.sports Page 11. Montgomery couple leads couples through Maze of parenthood happenings due to the thanksgiving Holiday Early deadlines will be in effect for the nov. 26 Issue of Northeast suburban life. Deadline for All news and photos is noon thursday nov. 20. De last week during a break from practising her floor exercise routine. A a it a been educational. In be travelled All Over and met a. Lot of Friend. Its really been a lot of fun. Coach Wilson likewise enjoys the sport and is a former competitor himself. At Hamilton High school he was a regional tumbling Champion in 1955 and competed on the National level after his graduation in both tumbling and trampoline events at Amateur athletic Union and Myca meets. Wilson has taught and coached gymnastics All Amund the Cincinnati area including stints at the College of mount st. Joseph and at various Yucas. The pleasant Ridge team was organized in 1976 from the remnants of a team that Wilson had coached from the Springdale recreation Center. The gymnasts who Range in age from 5-16, come from All Over Cincinnati and even from Indiana to practice three or four times a week in the pleasant Ridge Community Center where coach Wilson also teaches gymnastics to classes of youngsters. He has not yet produced any olympic competitors but he added a a in a always hopeful. A a Wilson a most successful Pupil so far was Jim Bartley who has gone on to Ohio state University and to Soma gymnastics instruction himself. A i took him to Hawaii in 1978,�?� Wilson recalled. A the placed fifth in a world tumbling the team s Success at the National level1 indicates that More pleasant Ridge gymnasts should be making their Way to International Competition in the future to place a classified and Call 731-7170 by 1 00 . Monday display advertising amp news Call 531-0234 circulation 731-4200 Cincinnati Sll Burban newspapers inc. Blue Ash Montgomery a Amberle y tillage a Indian Hill Madeira a pleasant Hardg Brecon Kennedy Heights st verum Kenwood a jeer Park Rossmoyne Dii Loni ale Huleu Loti Mah of a Etc Lati a a a into Golty vol. Xxx no. 16 20c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday nov. 19, 1980 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234 after pro and con discussion Blue Ash Council removes Barrier by Barbara Canaon a traffic barricade at the end of the old portion of Bluewing Terrace in the Carriage Hills subdivision of Blue Ash will be removed City Council decided at its nov. 13 meeting. The barricade was originally placed to control traffic while construction was a being done a in the new Tangi Ridge subdivision along the new Section of Bluewing Terrace. Early in october City manager Victor Suhm sent letters to residents in the area asking them to Telephone his office with their opinions about removing the barricade. Lot sales and construction were at a standstill in the subdivision and the need for the barricade was being questioned by Council. It had also been reported that the barricade was being bypassed by residential motorists. Instead of telephoning. Residents circulated a petition against the barricades removal and got 114 signatures. Council although having the authority to make a decision about the barricade without a Public hearing decided it wanted input from the Resi dents at a Council meeting. About 40 residents attended the meeting to argue for and against the removal Richard Johnson 3625 Lobelia dr., said the petition had answered the councils question and he saw no need for further response from the residents. A a a to Taury Haskamp. 969� to Waxwing dr., said it Van too easy to get signatures on a petition because people like to jump on bandwagons and that Suhm a letter had requested phone Calls. Council members were reminded by the residents that they had said originally the barricade would not be removed until the last two lots had been sold. Again. Councilman Robert Mcnab pointed out that lot sales were going very slowly and it might be several years before the last two were sold. Other residents opposed the barricades removal fearing a heavy increase of traffic and increased criminal activity because of easier Access to the Homes. Several residents rebutted that emergency vehicles done to have direct Access to some of the Homes because of the barricade. Mayor Don Bieder Mann explained that the addition of police patrols and Speed control. Signs could control traffic and safety More effectively than the barricade. The Council unanimously approved the barricade s removal in other business Council decided to re investigate a complaint by Julia Likert 4767 Ritter that she had not been fairly reimbursed for damage to her septic tank caused by a Load of Salt that had been dumped near her in the City had already paid $2,400 for damage to Trees and vegetation on her property but had denied the Salt had irreparably damaged her septic tank system. Riedermann told Likert that a plumbing expert and a from the .&Quot soil conservation service had continued on Page 4.1 Deer Park approves supermarket variance Deer Park City Council last week approved a parking variance for plow boys foods 4116 Webster ave., that will enable the stores owners to renovate and expand its facilities. The variance reduces the required ratio of parking space to floor space for the property zoned business a from 2 1/2 Square feet of parking space per 1 Square foot of floor space to a 1/2 to 1 ratio. The owners sought the variance in order to construct a 5000-Square foot Gold Silver coins a Stirling we buy Cash payment m i Market mums we. My nod 6312112 ohm 7 in hit addition onto the East Side of the building a move that will increase retail space inside by about. 35 percent. In other action last week Council passed an ordinance enabling the police chief to cite to mayors court persons accused of disobeying police orders regarding traffic direction and control. Granted the Cincinnati Gas amp electric co. A 25-year renewal of its franchise to place electrical transmission and distribution facilities in the City. Passed a Resolution honouring the memory of e. Raymond Wayra a 26-year Veteran of the Deer Park police dept who died oct 16 of a heart attack. Be Ash centers open with fanfare lot of ribbon cutting going on. Last sunday in. Blue aah. From left clockwise mayor Donald Biedermann officially opens the new $550,000 renovation and addition of the Sycamore senior adult Multi service Center last Quot sunday with executive director Robert Logan right Kay Kelley of Sharonville looks Over some gift items made by the seniors. Manning the new Kitchen Are from left Marian Seubert and Rose Taylor both of Blue Ash and Bee Mcnary of Sharonville. Also dedicated was the new $165,000 Hazelwood civic Center. Federal Community development funds were used for both projects. Holiday dresses Long gowns it formats special 14.99 Val yes a $54. Shoppes a Kenwood Northgate mall mall i nutria system Holiday special Start now save 50% with this Coupon limited1 offer Call today tri county 230 Northland blvd. Suite 210 772-0611 Kenwood 8050 Montgomery re i suite 105 i 891 8444 1 o tro 010
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