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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - October 22, 1975, Cincinnati, OhioEhl Golf champs Sycamore High varsity Golf Tram won the Eastern Hill i rap i Hampton hip lost week and also walked away with the Oto kit High school East sectional tournament team members Are from left Back. Coach Jim Cafferky Mark Mcdougal. Petr % Illiam. Jeff Macaw front Tom. Brueske to nov Moore. Madeira helps offenders end life of crime a new program of pre Quot sentence investigation has been instituted in Madeira mayor s court to give mayor Dan Mcdonald better insight inti various cases. Mcdonald said the concept began about 6 months ago in an Effort to provide proper guidance to those who Are not repeat offenders already launched in a life of crime. It is hoped that criminal careers can be stopped in the Early stages with the help of various Soe i a i a Gene in s such As the Council on alcoholism. Family service and mental health service s East. Mcdonald. Said. A whenever a Case comes before the Hurt where extenuating circumstances Are present this Case is then referred to chief Hudson. Who in turn refers the Case to the proper these agencies have the expertise to identify and respond to individual needs. Hudson a senior in. Criminal Justice at the University of Cincinnati coordinates the program Between the courts Ana the various agencies and then reports Back to the mayor. A it is our intention to help a person if possible a mayor Mcdonald said a but this is in no Way a Haven for criminals and hoodlums. If an Quot offender needs to go to jail As a deterrent to committing crime then that is where we will Send him,.�?� an eleven year old Blue Ash boy recently foiled a thief a attempt to burglarized a neighbors Home and helped convict the burglar too. Richard Adams a sixth grader at Edwin h. Greene school spotted a Man carrying off a typewriter guitar and cassette tapes from the Home of Richard Whitaker -4592 Cooper rd., july 4. Richard provided Blue Ash police with a License Honda stripped a Honda motor Cycle parked at 6495 Dawson in Madeira was stripped of $320 Worth of equipment oct. 18, according to Madeira police. The parts stolen included a Gas tank and four . Police Are investigating. Number of the get away car and a description of the burglar which led to the arrest of Kenneth. Giles who gave police an address of Rocky face a. Richard then testified in Cou helping to convict Giles for the eighth time of burglary and making him eligible for a sentence of 4-25 Vears in prison. On behalf of the citizens of Blue Ash the Blue Ash City Council will Honor Richard for a getting involve vat the Council meeting tomorrow night 8 . At the City big. On Cooper re to place a clarified a dial 731-7170 by 4 d0 . Monday Ali play amp new dial 331 -0234 see a to it the t omm a too it mud 41 Montgomery ,4 Berh Edh go Indian Ahtl Madeira aka stat Knigin Hrict to a Kennedy height st Chen pc in Dorr Park to Motu 11 ilk Minie a Ftp or circuit. At amp a vol. Xiv no. 12 15c . Ohio. Wednesday. October 22, 1975 4-115 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234 Walden guilty in Madeira rapes Dorothy Cunningham Bailey a Silverton resident a been appointed to the Cincinnati human re-1 a. To i o n s c o ret. Re i. S s i o n Board of commissioners. City Council approved her appointment late in september and she is currently an associate professor at Ohio state u n i v e r i f y use h of i of social work in the Cincinnati area. Hailey has participated in such agencies As the Cincinnati metropolitan housing authority i b services of Model cities program a of manily action not Mission and the head Start program. -4mk inside Dennis Walden 21, of Norwood was convicted thursday of the rape of two Madeira boys last june. The jury deliberated just under four hours according to assistant prosecutor William Whalen. Walden was also convicted of the kidnapping of the two boys arid a third boy and of aggravated robbery. The three boys aged u and 12� were abducted by knife Point As they were playing behind school june 4, homosexually attacked and robbed of about $1.50. Walden a lawyer a presen Ted several with eases in his defense who testified that he was repairing a car and was not in Maderia at the time of the attack. One of the defense witnesses was a neighbor and several were in Laws of Walden a sister. The boys who had been assaulted., however identified Walden on the stand As their attacker and also identified his Tatoo and two of them identified a knife As that used in. The assault. Police arrested Walden june 3 after they received a tip from a Telephone caller. A composite sketch of the rapist had been printed in suburban life and a description of the Man including a distinguishing Tatoo. The Federal order of police auxiliary 85 had offered a $300 Reward for information leading to the arrest of the rapist. Walden will receive a sch Ratrie exam and will sentenced within 4-5 weeks. The rape of children carries a mandatory life sentence. An Appeal is almost certain to be filed k of to catch Quot a thief. The police need help from observant. Involved citizens like Richard Adams Center. With Richard Are Blue ask police chief Ron Sturgill left and officer Rick Burdick right. Thief foiled by Blue Ash boy mayoral candidates answer questionnaires pages 3 and 4 a really ghastly Story Page 9 Sycamore school Board tells about school Cut backs a Page 20 towns hip names juvenile officer Page 7 Muddy Grid contests pay off for braves Madeira bulldogs Page 11 my sil ver ton for Hud by Midge Sommers with the fifth game of the world series on their minds Silverton Council ran Quot quickly through the order of business at the regular thursday night meet ing. Mayor Richard Benken announced that there Are funds available for Community development and amp tanning through the apartment of. Housing and Urban development Hud. Hamilton county has been allotted about two million which will be Given to communities according to need. To qualify Silverton must choose a specific program and make application to Hud for the funds. There is Only about one month of time left to decide on a program so stereo stolen a residence at 4398 Hunt re. Was reported burglarized oct. 17 according to Blue Ash police. A total of $190 Worth of goods were reported taken including $40 in Cash a stereo Headset and a calculator. There was no sign of forced entry police said. Indian Hill candidates presented Indian Hill Council and school Board candidates will meet and discuss the issues monday oct. 27, 7 30 . At the Indian Hill Church Guild Hall. The meeting is sponsored by the Indian feb league of women voters. Area residents Are Welcome to attend. To ask funds mayor. Benken stressed some urgency in choosing. A Jim Kowalski is coordinating the project to obtain some of the funds for Silverton. Council will propose programs to improve Silverton. A Public hearing will also of held for residents to express their ideas on what the com Munith needs. In other action councilwoman Helen Cassidy commended service director Paul Steman for his Crew s care of the Park. She said the Tennis courts have been full and picnickers abundant on. The warm fall Days. The project to renew the Lawn in front of the City municipal building has been completed. The City has begun Leaf pick up. Steman said that Thev Are picking up leaves a when we see them a loads of leaves Are available to gardeners for mulch but Steman and the mayor cautioned residents that a Load is a quite a pile of a halloween will be celebrated Fri oct. 31, 6-8 30 or 9. Firemen and police will be patrolling the streets. A Howard. Newman Silverton fire chief who was recently stricken by a heart attack is out of intensive care and is improving. 7 Christen thee the Robert n. Stout Cincinnati Midland Ente Prises. Inc., targe i shipper on the country s Inland Waterways grew larger sept. 2k when the -m/4 Robert n. Stout was christened at the Public Landing. The him horsepower boat to named after the executive vice president of Midland Enterprise. The Stout family left to right. Donna. Sharon., Robert and Dolores participated in the christening Celebration which included Dolores breaking a bottle of Champagne across the boat. The smut in Tiv lives at in saw a i no Erella or. At Amber Ley Council City wont discuss Tennis court report by Sandy Smith residents who came to the oct. 13 Quot Amberley Council meeting to learn something about the engineering Survey of the proposed Tennis courts were disappointed. Although Council voted to proceed with formal bids few the construction of the courts there was no report from the recreation committee on the study completed by City Engineer r red Schildhauer. A Hen the Resolution to instruct \ Miliage manager Tom Wesson to advertise for bids was proposed. Mayor Henry Blohm closed the Resolution to any discussion. And a prickly silence fell on the audience of about a dozen person. Blohm said he wanted to make it abundantly Clear that just because Council is gelling bids does not obligate them in any Way to go ahead with building courts. Contacted later in the week. Wesson said that whether or not they go ahead with the courts will depend upon the re co m me n d at ion of t he recreation committee headed by Council Man Walter Meyer. Wesson also said the study involved the area next to the municipal budding Only. Stan Gershuny. A 7041 Dena Lane a local realtor had come meeting with a report on some investigating he had done on his own. Gershuny said he. Had figures to prove that Black Topping would cause six times As much water Runoff As the area now experiences. He Quot said he had information that the Quot am her Ley area had been declared in a flood Plain zone by housing and Urban development Hud studies. Gershuny asked Meyer 1 some direct Basic que Stum Abott the study after the meeting itch As How Many court were proposed and whether they would be Standard size. Ale yer answered the q tie t ion reluctantly and did not elaborate on the contents of the report at All. He did state that the study in of re four Standard size courts. According to Wesson the Village has asked that All formal bids on the courts lie in. By nov. 7 because nov. 10 is the next c Ouncie meeting. Meyer said the recreation committee would report on the engineering Survey but. He would not say when. In other business Council voted to enter into an agreement with the Hamilton county soil and water conservation District giving the con ser a a Vati twists t he right to make surveys of land and water use in the Village. In Exchange. The soil and water office will provide the Village with conservation informal ion about the land and water in tote area anytime it is needed. Variety is.,. Lets get caught up who has recently been pleased with response to their ads a sol Classi teds and lady sandblast in True Pioneer spirit by Maureen Hehman if you need some sandblasting done done to Call Rosemary Van Kirk. The Montgomery resident could do the blasting but she will probably be Busy with her new old restaurant Ere Nice enough to Tell us Terwilleger a tavern on Cooper re. Bout i mrs. Maze Van Kirk was in the process of restoring the 175 Vear old building this summer and was appalled by three estimates to sandblast the Interior the Only restoration process which would preserve a Marks on. Original Timber. Were Nice enough to Tell us about it. Mrs. Hazel Hickman sold a Washer mrs. Elmer Gerdes a refrigerator mrs. Emma pres tar a babysitting Job and Essie Toler who sold property at Camp Dennison. May we help you it s As easy As dealing 731-7170. A How Tough is it to sandblast?�?T1 Rosemary asked a Friend in the tool rental business. The next thing she knew Rosemary and her 12-year-old son Jay were suited up and hooded Tike a couple from outer space. It took several hours for them to blast the Interior. Although they were protected from breathing the dust. Rosemary and Jay could Only blast for in minute intervals because the dust would be so thick they see what they were doing beyond that Lime. The rest is history since Terziu Eger a is now restored and doing a brisk business since sept 19. It really is history by the Way. The building dates to about 1902 when Montgomery was first Laid out by Nat a Nial Terwilleger. He was among the group in the Felter family who moved from Montgomery new York to Ohio just Twenty years after the revolutionary War. They founded Montgomery Ohio. Rosemary fell in love with the old House some time ago. A i knew there had to be original construction in a House this age it was just a. Matter of knowing what we were dealing with Rosemary said. She and Jay worked All summer getting Down to the Bare facts Little Sailboat. There were three ceilings to remove before the original beams were found Rosemary worried about what condition the beams would . When they were uncovered and she was Lucky. Several Coats of White Wash a a Funky mess Quot stood Between the renovators and the Rich dark beams found at Terwilleger a today Rosemary said there were a to i of sidewalk engine Fri Quot who stopped to talk with she and a. And to offer two suggestion As. Quot gee. You should t be doing it that Way. The v an team Learned to accept the advice with a Grain of Salt. Passers by �10 wanted to buy everything in ight. Old beams bricks floors. I could have sold the House continued on Page 4

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