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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - October 25, 1978, Cincinnati, OhioCops i robbers 17-year-old cited after High Speed Chase albeit d. Brads he 17, of Fox Hunter ln., was charged by Indian Hill police with driving while under the influence of alcohol and was charged by Montgomery police with fleeing and eluding had reckless driving following a High Speed Auto Chase at 2 30 . Oct. 21. According the Montgomery police officers Don my Totmin and patrolman Mark. Brandon saw a car travelling straight in the turn Lane at Montgomery re. Ami Mitchell farm. The policemen tried to the car which accelerated and turned Down Hopewell ltd. Police say the fleeing Auto which contained two youth reached speeds of 75 to 00 Miles per hour on Hopewell. The car went out of control just As it crossed into the Indian Hill spun around broadside blocking the Road and the Montgomery police car unable to Stop hit it police said. The two patrolmen received minor injuries were treated at fie Thesda North Hospital and released. Bradfish has been cited to Hamilton county juvenile court. Students arrested in school Yard extortion what began several weeks ago As a school Yard extortion bul iving another student for Money ended last week with the arrest of two Sycamore High school students on charges of two were arrested oct., 19-in. Connection with a break in at the Fidel is or. Home of another Sycamore student Blue Ash police said. Hie student told police that several weeks ago the two demanded $15 from him. A few Days later the two larger students demanded $40 and threatened the smaller student if he did not pay. The student told police he had to take the Money from Home to pay off the two. The student said that after school oct. 18 the two followed him Home and. Again demanded Money. When he refused they broke into the House ransacked one room and took $60 in Cash r e tol j Puk. The Case will be heard in juvenile court police said. F f a a _ $3000 dog gone for Good in Blue Ash Blue Ash police said the truck stolen from the ramada inn in which Chico a Coon hound show dog was caged was. Recovered about 10 30 am. Oct. 17. Hie new Gumc pickup truck valued at $8000 was discovered the Cincinnati District 1 police parked at 501 e. Fifth st. In downtown Cincinnati. Blue Ash. Police said that everything was recovered intact except the dog. Chico is valued at $3000, police said. A the owners of the dog were returning to their Kirkland. Ohio Home from a dog show in Arkansas police said. Or. And mrs. David Brant Roover were staying overnight at the Blue Ash ramada inn on Pfeiffer when the truck and dog were stolen oct. 13. Quot apparently someone knew the value of the dog one officer commented. The Branthoover have returned to their Home in a suburb of Cleveland. Guns stolen in Silverton apartment break in two guns were among the items stolen in a burglary of three apartments at 6713 Highland ave. During the Day oct. 17. Seeley Holloway told Silverton police that a .32 Caliper automatic pistol and a .38 Caliper pistol were taken. Also missing were a Minolta 35 my camera valued at .$350 Ami an xxx 70 camera valued at $1.40holloway told police. Another camera valued at $30, and a $79 radio Cassett were stolen from the apartment of Robin Jackson police said. A credit card was stolen from Denise Rawls apartment in. The same building police said. Burglar destroys float the residence of Ann Earle Dee Shadow Montgomery was burglarized and. A float under construction for Sycamore Homecoming was destroyed last week. A burglar or burglars broke into the garage of the Home sometime Between 1.0 . On. Oct. 16 and 8 % . On the 17th. The garage door is controlled by an electric door opener and Montgomery police theorise that the hair liar May have opened it by triggering the opening mechanism possibly one found in an Auto parked in the driveway at the Home. Maysville Man found guilty in Deer Park a trip through Deer Park was expensive for Quot a Maysville by. Man. James Cornett 31, was arrested sept. 28 and charged with carrying a concealed weapon after he was stopped far a traffic violation. In Deer Park mayors court oct. 10, Cornett was found guilty of both the gun charge Ami driving under the influence. The traffic violation charge was dropped police said. Cornett of 502 e. Second st., Maysville was fined a total of $215 on the charges. Riding Mower Accident Lucy Hulsbeck 6260 Cooper rd., Montgomery suffered a possible broken leg after she fell off the Riding Mower she was operating sunday at about 5 45 pm. The wheel fell off the tractor vehicle As the woman was Riding it Down a Hill. The woman then fell off the Mower mid it rolled Over her injuring her leg. Mini Bike stolen a Gran prix mini Bike valued at $200, was repeated stolen from the Deer Park Home of Sophia Bloomfield 4358 Matson sometime Between oct. 7 and 18. Bloomfield told Deer Park police that the red and White mini Bike was parked under the car port at the Home. Heavyweight theft a portable Generator weighing about 200 pounds was reported stolen oct. 17 from the an Rel Byres construction co., 11399 grooms re. Blue Ash police Caid the Genera tor eras taken sometime during the night from the bed of a track parked on the historical 1932 be 1-ia Columbus Ortolo 43cii f f a a ii j. S. P9sr35 b Titi Hai a Rill a i a 9>3 1 to place a clarified and dial 731-7170 by 4 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531 -<1234 Cincinnati suburban news papers inc. Blue Ash a Nugo Metyk Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy height a Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Datum Vale Ridgewood Mark of oahu Utike a Naan vol. Xvii no. 13 i 5c Cincinnati. Ohio. Wednesday october 25, 1978 i 115 Montgomery he. Phone 531 -0234 in Sycamore township vandalism closes High Point Park by Robril guard High Point Park was closed earlier this month maybe for Good since uncontrolled vandalism left area residents incensed. The pork a in the past been the Victor to i As much if not More vandalism that Sycamore Park partially due to the Lack of police patrols in the area to route out trouble causing youths from outside High Point. But the residents failure to for i a. Working arrangement. Among themselves and their children to run and police the Park finally resulted in the Parks closure. Youngsters and an adult requested the Board s permission on sept. 6 to run the Park and police it and asked for a needed improvements. V the trustees at the time jumped at the Chance to Aid the group and granted them a portable toilet did instructed the township superintendent to make some minor repairs to the Parks Fence. What township trustee a. James Bechtold then railed a Ray of Light in High Point Quot was quickly clouded earlier this month when several trouble makers from outside the area called the Bluff of the handful of High Point youngsters who had volunteered to police and maintain the Park. Rampant vandalism ensued. And without a Clear Elan of action or a Strong asking from adult residents the Youthful coalition fell apart. The outside agitators were apparently some pretty Tough customers. Trustee Frink Hosea recounted to this reporter that one Hooligan brandished his fists and challenged the trustee to remove my from behind the noted Gates of the already posed Park. Hosea bitterly coi rented a if id have had my baseball Bat with me then id be in the Park is now closed by Law. Anyone caught on its premises will be arrested. The Board did not comment thursday night As to when or if the Park will be reopened. At Madeira Council three ring circus atmosphere continues by Carol Remler Madeira City solicitor Stan Rozic told Madeira Council at its oct. 16 meeting that he would look in to the question of whether City residents can ask Council member Doug Oppenheimer to reimburse them for any further Legal expenses incurred in Law suits Oppenheimer May bring against the City. The technical Legal term is to Quot indemnify the citizens. Rozic agreed to give an opinion on the matter at the request of Council member de 1 Wilkinson and the rest of Council which once again last week expressed its displeasure with recen i charges levied against it and Legal actions taken against the City a recreational development project on Dawson re. Oppenheimer is one of four City residents who have brought suit against the rest of Council the City of Madeira the City manager councils Elerk treasurer and several companies hired to perform work in the City. Oppenheimer objected strongly to Wilkinson a request questioning the constitutionality of such a measure. A a it a like telling someone they can to speak out and make Waves a he argued. Council member Tom w Woebkenberg responded that a this action Isnit discouraging dissent a but is a encouraging responsible also speaking up was Council member Perry Ancona who questioned Oppenheimer a judgment in taking Legal action against the City on Legal technicalities involving various ordinances passed continued on Page 10 owners say May violate Blue Ash re Law May be tested out by ail Jordan Blue Ash vehicle re owners May test the new City ordinance that regulates. Re parking ordinance the was approved by Council last week and takes effect Jan. 1. Jerry Baker 4359 Victor head of the re steering committee said it is possible that several re owners May move their a Eccles in front of their houses after the first of the year to see what will happen. He said there Are about 400 re owners in. Blue Ash affected by the new ordinance. The new ordinance allows Side and rear Yard parking and Short term driveway parking. It also ides for special permits n or Quot in Ai 1 a \ Quot or it Quot a Wmk Flik ize.4 1. \ w f a �f1 helping at hospitality House Junior aides at fee Thesda Oak Hospital Coffee shop serve a customer from left Susan Swallen. Minnala ctr a Cindy Smith. Ray Berry dr., and Julie Congedo. Also of Bayberry or. Ail three Are student at Indian Hill High Sycamore cd group asks residents ideas Homecoming al Een at Indian Hilt High school for 1978 is Diane Barr a senior announcement was made at half Lime of the football game with Glen Este. Honoured attendants were Sally Scharf Enberger Tina Sagrati r e n d y Shepherd and Susie Richardson. The circus theme for the float Parade found the Junior class As winners followed by the sophomores seniors and freshman. The Queen and her court presided Over the festivities at a dance the next evening which featured the Queens dance where Diane and. Her escort Bob Mckie began the dancing. Inside Sycamore township has traditionally been one of the largest recipients of Community development cd funds. The funds Are Given by the Federal government and administered through Hamilton county. $4.1 million this year in the past Sycamore has used cd funds to build sewers in the High Point area. The High Point sewer project will come to an end this year explained Bob Jacob chairman of Sycamore townships citizens advisory committee for cd funds. The committee is seeking residents ideas of projects for which to seek cd funds for the next three years. Meetings will be held sat., oct. 28, .10 . At Sycamore twp. Bldg., 9610 Kenwood re. And monday oct. 30, 7 30 ., the same place. One of the requirements for getting cd Money is that residents have the Opportunity to participate in choosing projects for the funds. There Are limits to what cd Money can be used for however and one criterion is that the Money must be used at least 75% of it to Benefit people in a Low to moderate income level. Moderate incomes Are considered to be up to about $ 13,000, Jacobs explained. The county is encouraging communities which participate in the cd program to submit three year plans for using cd funds and the project if possible should be targeted toward improvement of Long term specific problems of a particular neighbourhood. In Sycamore twp., for instance this could be a project such As improvement of the sewers in Rossmoyne. Cd Money can be used for buying property disposing of it Public facilities such As parking lots sewers Parks centers for senior citizens or the handicapped and a variety of other uses. Cd Money May not be used for such things As Day to Day government expenses or for schools. If you have ideas for the cd Grant application and Are not Able to attend the meetings Call Jacobs 793-2920. Wanted do you know this Man if von do the Silverton police want to know about it. This is a artists composite drawing of the Man wanted for stabbing Michael rorie sept. 20 at the never on sunday bar 6923 Plainfield re. Police said the suspect May be using the name Danny Seafort. Police Are looking for a male White about 27 years old. Who is about five feet eight inches tall and weighs 185 pounds. Or has Brown hair. Rorie is fatal attack. Or front Yard parking when Side or Back Yard storage would provide a hardship. Bakery a committee urged Council to approve a similar ordinance the set up a separate three member Hoard to hear about rvs. The new review Board members would a e included an re owner a Council member and. A third member chosen by the other two. Council turned Down the request by a 5-2 vote. Under the new ordinance complaints will be heard by the five member zoning review Board. Violators would be cited to mayors court and could face a maximum Fine of $100, Robert Mcconaughy City solicitor said. City officials contend that the new ordinance is less restrictive than the a sections of the zoning code it amends. The old code set strict limits i what a front Yard could be used for Mcconaughy said. About Twenty warnings and citations were issued to re owners during the months of controversy Marvin Thompson Deputy City manager said. He said he could not think of one of those cited rvs that would be parked in violation under continued on Page 10 see news of suburban women in our special Section and throughout the paper. Sport8 news begins on Page 4. There a loads of news about your City government churches schools and friends a plus some pretty Good italian recipes Blue Ash plans Safe halloween Blue Ash police life squad and fire department will be out in Force and a armed with Candy during halloween Celebration hours next week. Official hours Are from 6-9 ., oct. 31 in Blue Ash. Police have done the following to insure a Sale fun a. To Ween a additional police cruisers will be out in the residential areas. A firemen will be stationed at major intersections to help children Cross the streets. A police this week distributed trick or treat bags with a list of safety tips to the students at Maple Dale and Blue Ash elementary schools. A explorer scouts will be at the area schools to prevent any vandalism. Police said that incidents of vandalism Are Way Down since the explorers began watching the schools. A the police department fire department and squad cars will All have Candy for Young trick or Treater. We buy diamonds Ftp m j and ujid5 Diamond estates from opt Cleamma �?�100 to 100,000 met Teie Otto Vimr Call for appt. 321-5100 791-0793 20 16 Mao son Hondo Montgomery cycler. 9449 Montgomery re. 793-3855 /

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