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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - November 26, 1975, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary Ohio historical society-1982 Velma ave. Columbus Ohio 43211 a ii p. S. Pistis bulk rats a 1.1 Crien ?�1111 i. 9>j,j to place a classified id dial 731-7170 by 4 00 . Monday display advertising a be news dial 531-0234 dad daughter Law team a of Tefr. A afters of jr., Madeira cily solicitor was paired up Wilh a Madeira High school senior he knows quite "�41/or go ugh l daughter. Jan. The Patterson live al 73iw Miami ltd. Jan i considering a career in Law i she to a natural Choice when Quot her cd a mates voted for student solicitor. Jan read a proclamation to Council expression the Luden appreciation and thank to their classmates the Hoard of education and Madeira officials for making their unique experience possible. A Mitia sis sap a Rutn it the it Uin munches of. Hit Ash Munif Itonery am her Ley Village lug in Hill Madeira pm Umil Multi i riot Kennedy Heights Starr Ratut a my a Mai la rvs Mark wyms Mync Itile Nevale itty Gerund Mark or circulation it chit v vol. Xiv no. 17 15c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday november 26, 1975 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234 county proceeds with a of zoning court ruling on a red lobster9 called �?~victory9 by both sides by Maureen Lehman both sides of the Fence on the zoning controversy at Montgomery and Galbraith roads in Kenwood often referred to As a red lobster Are claiming victories. The c ourt of appeals ruling on the Case does not say that a red lobster restaurant is forbidden to locate on that property. What the opinion does say is that the lower court erred when it allowed a permanent injunction against the county commissioners zoning the property office a to a common pleas courts do not have the Power to interfere with legislative action and the court of Appeal opinion cites a Case Stocker is. Wood which sums it up a a pleas court has no Power to enjoin a legislative act of a Hoard of county the appeals opinion. However upholds the original declaratory judgement 1973 won by owners of that property by which the residential Quot by zoning was struck Down and zoning of retail a see Quot office �?o0 and residential a a do was allowed a commensurate with the plans and specifications introduced by plaintiffs in the trial in other words the original declaratory judgement is linked to a plan. In subsequently allowing the injunction against office a to a zoning of that property by the county commissioners the lower court erred by going further than the original declaratory judgement went by granting a a commercial p u roses commensurate with retail e zoning Quot the appeals decision says. What does All this mean practically the county commissioners Are already in the process of zoning the property Quot of the owners of that property May take the Case Hack to court and seek a ruling which could be based on the original declaratory judgement of 1973. A new court Case and opinion could however find office "0�?� acceptable. The appeals opinion states Quot the trial court by its declaratory judgement found that the existing zoning limiting use of plaintiffs property to single family residential was unconstitutional. There was no express finding nor evidence that rezoning All of plaintiffs property to some less restrictive use classification such As office use would also be the owners of the property still have recourse to the courts and nobody can really predict what decision the court would make. There Are also other Legal avenues open to the owners who still have the Sale of the property contingent on the retail quote zoning for red lobster pending. The commissioners however clearly have the Legal right to zone the property �?o0&Quot and Are in the process of doing that. Ernest Combs exec director of the regional planning commission and Secretary of the Rural zoning commission said the Nom. �?o0 zoning goes to the regional planning commission this week on dec. 18 there will be a Public hearing by the Rural zoning commission and. Then the Issue goes Back to the county commissioners who will almost assuredly vote to zone the property unless a Compromise a reached Between the own errs and the county officials it looks As if the a red lobster May go Back to court. Madeira High students take officials places a a inside by saudi Smith Madeira City Council Chambers was filled with smiling Young faces nov. 19 when seniors from Madeira High sat in the places of City officials for the annual. Youth. Week role playing session. The students participated in discussions of Council business and voted on. Ordinances although a second official vote was taken among the a a real Council men. Sometimes the Young people livened up the routine Council business such As when student City manager sue Kneidl reported that some offenders had been told to Quot Knock it the other Youthful officials were Waite r Klimecki. Mayor Steve s p e r i clerk Bob Greenberg treasurer Jan Patterson solicitor Mark Pickleheimer police chief and Council members Steve Brill Debbie Mccreary Cari Coler Bill deters Matt Bostwick Leah Click and Betsy Cook. Public works com Quot chairman a. 11 in Reed reported that the department of health is expected to Complete its Survey of on site sanitation systems on Cherokee or. By nov. 21. Then he said his committee will summarize the findings for a report to Council and Cherokee residents. Based on a recommendation from City manager George babe Council voted to renew the contract for waste collection with Clermont waste collection for a two year period at a Cost of $ 168.000. Police chief pm Hudson reported that Madeira police now have a breathalyzer of their own. One officer has been certified. As a breathalyzer operator and another officer is scheduled to attend school for that purpose in december. Hudson said Madeira Hopes to have All officers certified during the Early part of 1976. Prior _ to this time he said Madeira police took motorists to the Indian Hill Ranger station for testing. \ ursuline slate champs ursuline Academy volleyball team went into the season like a Lamb and came out a lion when it captured the class a a state v�llevba11 c championship the team beat Akron st. Vincent st. Mary 15-4 and 15-8 in the finals. It had downed Bowling Green Archibald 15-6 and 15-9 in the Semi finals. Both matches were held at Otterbein. College in Westerville Ohio. The dark horse team came to the Public a attention when it beat the Madeira amazons in the District tourney at Cincinnati gardens two weeks ago. The game was a startling upset to Madeira and to volleyball watchers Madeira had previously been undefeated in nine years of play and 98 games. Coach Linda Nienhaus had the Talent and Good Fortune to bring Home a Winner during her first year As coach of the team. Team members include Betsy Shadley Marianne Pater Barb Massa Julie Garvin Barb Browe Patty Reno Suzy Adrian Molly Cronin Janet st aun sue Mackey Tracy Mccafferty Marianne Hess Melinda Koenig Betsy Busan Diane Dye Nell Favret m a u re e n Hess a c a r o 1 Niemeyer Marianne Utz Tammy Daniels Terry Nurre and Rene Yarborough. Chief Newman Back by Midge Sommers fire chief Howard Newman who recently suffered a heart attack attended the regular Silverton Council meeting nov. .20. He said a a in a just glad to be Back a a in response to mayor Richard Benken a Welcome. Silverton a financial condition was reported As a a Good in the report of the state auditor Joseph t. Ferguson which the mayor presented to Council. The report stated a the clerks funds Are in balance a and that All records were kept in a neat Good a the report a peaks Well of the people who take care of records Here a said the mayor. At councilman Thomas Clinton a suggestion Council adopted a Resolution in the minutes commending the staff. Councilman Eugene Keith raised a question to this reporter As to Why a City cannot Purchase flags for their buildings. Solicit by Herman weaker said that the state auditor will Dis allow such expenditures. Clerk Bernard Pohlman reported that the City budget As of the beginning of november is he asked that c Council members a hang tight on additional expenses until the end of the year. Pohlman said the budget will balance by years end. A we can to run on a deficit a he said. Problems of dealing with Barking dogs and solicitors a were raised at the meeting. Councilwoman Helen Cassidy wished to make resident aware that they can Check with the police department to see that solicitors Are registered. Mayor Benken said that a continued problem of a Barking dog or dogs in a neighbourhood is Best alleviated by signing an affidavit for the owner to appear in court. Thanksgiving new member of All Saint Parish the Phan Van Duy family pose with the pastor. Rev. Paul Kappe. They Are from left Jual 10 Duyan. 6 Lyen. 2 father Kappes Tram. 8 and . I in the arms of Mother Lethi Huong. Father Phan Van Duy is in hark. It is indeed a Happy Holiday season for the family they will spend Christmas together for the first time in nine year. I by had been fighting in the vietnamese army during those years. Duy family a first thanksgiving9 Joyful arson feared at drive in a fire at the i rive in. Montgomery rd., described by one witness As looking like Quot the towering inferno Quot is under investigation by Montgomery police and fire depart .tn.en.ts. The Large movie screen was tot All v destroyed in the Blaze which was noticed about 7 . Nov. 19 and burned until about 2 in the morning. A few Days before this fire another fire at the drive in had destroyed the Concession stand. Twenty four members of t he m on Tom Ery Cora a Unity fire co. And five pieces of equipment were on the scene to Battle the fire. Nobody was Hurt according to fire co. Chief Lloyd Rasch arson is suspected but any evidence to support this was not immediately available from officials who said the fire is being investigated. The drive in was sold very recently to Joseph Chevrolet inc. Previous owner was general Cinema of Boston. Mass. Senator Maloney explains Fine Points of tax Law relating to schools Page 2. Pro and con of Sycamore school Levy Page 2 Madeira students advised to dress warmly Page 11 dolphins get big win at first swim meet Page 9 Sycamore juvenile officer reports at township meeting Page 18consumer hotline Consumers anywhere in Ohio can now Call the consumer Protection. Division of the Ohio department of Commerce on its toll free hotline 24 hours a Day 1-800-282-1960.cub-o-Rama at expo Center Cincinnati area cub scouts will congregate at the Cincinnati exposition Center dec. 6 for the Bicentennial cub of Rama which will be held from 1 til 9 special attractions will include 200 Booths with live demonstrations by the scouts Mountain climbing for everyone on a 20 foot High Man made Mountain a Midway and a stage show. For information and tickets Call 961-2336. No to rte so pick up there will be no garbage collection Ini Deer Park on thanksgiving Day nov. 25. Refuse normally collected on thursday will be picked up on Friday and the regular Friday collection will be made on saturday. Collection of tree limbs and scrap lumber at 7 . On Friday will not be changed. The Phan Van Duy family of Kerrianne dr., has a lot to be Happy about on this their first a thanksgiving in the United. States. They have been sponsored and welcomed by All saints Parish Kenwood whose pastor is father Paul Kappes. The family could spend thanksgiving Day like so Many other american residents with members of their family. Relatives of the Duys have been sponsored by Bell Ine Parish and Are living in the area. Three Duy children Are enrolled in All saints school and learning English quickly. Marilyn. Scho viewer a parishioner tutors mrs. Duy in English daily and both parents have enrolled in English literature classes at Princeton High. The really Good news. However is that or. Duy has gotten a Job at the dare Pasco plastics co a c o m m u n i t. Y res a d he t donated a car to the family. Duy will be taking driving lessons and soon will be driving himself to work. The two younger children keep mrs. Duy Busy at Home. The family is Able to eat american foods and or. Duy is enthusiastic and hopeful about a new life in am. Erica. The Day before the Duys arrived at All saints the Parish received a letter from Duy Quot we understand the sponsors hip is highest Charity but it is also a Burden for you. By Sake of generosity and Jesus Christ you open your arms to receive us Quot the letter said. The Duys and members of a saints already have a common Bond their Catholic Faith. According to a Parish member Quot the All saints parishioners feel they too have been blessed simply with the presence of such a Beautiful Christian . More Good news for the Duys for the thanksgiving season or. Duys brother should be arriving from fort Chaffee Ark. Any Day. Many parishioners have contributed their efforts to help get the family established including Marilyn and Charles Kuntz Marilyn is chairman of the Community affairs commission of the Sarish Don and Jerry Lopson. Jim and Marilyn san Lelewer Lee and Martha Peck Carl and Joanne Holtkamp and or. And mrs. Urbano school vote tonight 5-9 deadline for voter registration for the Sycamore school tax Levy is today. There will be a Mobile Vot my Van at Sycamore Junior High 5�57 Cooper rd., this evening 5-9 . To Register voters. The registry is being promoted by the Sycamore school tax Levy committee however any unregistered voter 18 or older May Register to vote. The registration will make it possible to vote in any elections or Lew votes. Registered voters need not preregister specifically for the Levy vote. If you Are Uncertain Check with the Board of elections Call according to information on Page 303 of the Telephone directory. The Sycamore school tax Levy will be a voted on dec. 9. Blue Ash accepts contract by Sandy Smith Blue Ash City Council passed an abundance of ordinances at the nov. 20 meeting most dealing with the business of the coming new year. Council approved the employment contract for Vic Suhm As Blue Ash City manager. The contract is essentially the same As it a last year except that the salary has been increased from $25,300 to $28,000 per year. The agreement also provides for fringe benefits such As Quot unrestricted use of an automobile Quot provided by the City. The City is also responsible for All operating expenses and regular replacement of the automobile. The City also agreed to pay for so hmm a professional dues and sub script ions the City manager s travel expenses for professional and official travel will be paid for by the City under the contract also. Council finance and administration chairman Charles Procter objected to these particular fringe benefits in the contract. Procter said he thought there should be some Dollar limitations described in these categories. He also objected to the non restrictive use of a car at City expense. Procter abstained from voting on the ordinance. All the other Councilperson voted the other Councilperson expressed the opinion that the contract wording was Broad but Suhm has never abused any of his privileges and they Felt it was necessary to give him a Good contract with a Good salary to keep him at Blue Ash. Council also passed a Resolution acknowledging the election of Glen Ford Ross 5039 Brasher ave., and Hiram Hooker 9324 Blue Ash rd., to the Volunteer firemen a dependents fund Board. Coutz i 1 elected m mayor r. A m o n d my Nab and Suhm to the Board. Moeller state Grid champs by les Wilson they said it be done. They said Moellers running game was in limbo and Lakewood st. De of a Cleveland had the balanced attack to remain no. 1 in Ohio class aaa football. But they were wrong Moeller s praying crusaders threw some surprises at the upstate eagles and 14,846 fays who a created a massive Quot traffic Jam leading to Akron a rubber howl and now. Coach Gerry Faust his a r it Uela the Roar Hing s a n d the courageous crusaders Are Kings of Buckeye state rid circles you could t single out an individual Here there were too Many of them. Crabie was Able and Bob pounced on an eagles Fumble to halt a drive that could have pulled the game out for them with 1 21 left. Long Wasny to wrong. Bill picked off a Dan Mchugh pass to enable mighty Moe to March in for the second and game clinching to. It was crunch crunch crunch As Moellers solid Quot crunch Bunche halted st. Eds vaunted running game and forced Mchugh to the air where he did Well but not Well enough. Jim Gross. John Davis Joe Humphrey done holds Crable Long Bill Fitzpatrick John Williams they All played a part in halting the powerful eagles effectively. In the meantime a Tiuch i aligned Mueller offensive unit blasted by critics Sieve Givens assisted by Mike Burns. Rub Massong and Tim Koegel controlled the Ball and the game thanks to i heir own blocking and powerful a blow out path Clearing work up front by the likes of Rob w Arthlin. Matt w ache Gary Cooper Gary Cornett amp company. Continued on Page 18

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