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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - September 13, 1978, Cincinnati, OhioCops Viro we urge ail area communities let support the Ren i regional drug busting unit police watch for speeders near school in olice in Montgomery Are cracking Down in speeding near sub Luis now trial Hooi is often. They ire particularly watching \ even i ure . Ana Shadow Hili Way posit Nile a seders coining from Sec Mno ire High school. Ira tic through these a i it i i heavier than sub Lime a Streels Are design a it i Swul la it Ter i Han is i i a i on a de ring the a rom her of Small children a to i in. His a de or at Tirb uniting tor school pm a a reuse times al strike in Blue Ash Blue Ash police have been extra Busy i Ceatise of tensions at the general in a Iron ment co., 624-5 Creek i i., where workers have been on strike for several weeks. Officer responded to nine complaints at the com Pany i i d a s us h things As minor damage jumping on a cars and reckless driving. Only one arrest was made Randall b. Stanfield 25, of Oakley was charge 1 with twin a trusts of disorderly conduct while intoxicated and cited to mayor s Quot ourt. . Mike Grimm of Blue Ash. Bol ice said a Long strike presents a tense situation Between pickets and workers going into the Plant and a consequent stress situation for the police. Coney thief hits Gold Star we All know people Are crazy about Cincinnati style Chili and Coney but crazy enough to steal them last wednesday a Young Man went into the Gold Star Chili restaurant in hire Ash and asked to use the men s room. He sauntered out and then grabbed four cheese Cories that a waitress was holding out to a customer. The suspect is described As about 25 years old and a real cheese Coney Lover. Three arrested on drug charges drug problems in Industry Are recognized As a growing phase of the total drug problem Blue Ash police report. On aug. 26, Blue Ash police arrested three men in t he parking of the Davey compressor co., 11060 Kenwood re. And charged them following a stakeout and what police say was a Sale of marijuana. Gregory l. Mouser 18, of heading was charged with r a ill eking in m a Tijuana Sale Robert p. Howell 22, of Kenwood rd., Blue Ash was charged with complicity to commit trafficking and Terry Runyan 22, Branch Hill was charged with Possession of a Small amount of marijuana. Mouser and Howell Are out on Bond pending a trial in Hamilton Coli qty municipal court Runyan who is charged with a minor Misdemeanour is cited to mayors court. Charged in Hospital incident Montgomery police arrested and charged David a Mayer 18, of Madeira with disorderly conduct sept. 16, after he allegedly hit a Security guard at Bethesda North Hospital and attempted to hit Montgomery police officers Montgomery police said. T police say the Young Man was being treated in a he Hospital emergency room following an Auto Accident in Amberley where he was a passenger when he became unruly. Attempted burglary Montgomery police report that the Whitney Home on Bay wind or. Was the site of an attempted burglary sometime during sept. 4th and 5th. Caller claims a snatched children a Telephone caller frightened mothers in Montgomery sept. 5 when he called them and said he had their daughter or son and told to meet him at a certain location. Police checked immediately and found that the allegedly a a snatched Holaren were in school. The caller apparently operated the same hoax on i i i i a outside Montgomery in the county. Montgomery police chief Ray Moore said parents should Call the police immediately if they receive this kind of Calll so that police can begin investigating. Lirl biking Biles i he dust in Blue Ash off Road a dirt biking. Will bite the dust in Blue a. Police say they will cite any dirt bikes found Riding on property in the City unless the biker has written permission in his immediate Possession from the property owner. Now that so Many construction projects Are underway in the City and so much Bare Earth is exposed dirt biking is attractive but potentially dangerous to. The bikers and potentially destructive of property. Blue Ash police saw. Youth charged with drug abuse m o n t g o m e r y 1 i Quot c e arrested an e. Galbraith re. Juvenile and charged him with drug abuse and driving while intoxicated after a policeman said he saw the youth drinking from a can while operating a car. After the officer stopped a the car he found marijuana seeds on the car floor and t free bags of it in the trunk according to police. The youth was cited to juvenile c ourth. Burglars Quot assault Quot machines they did no to get too much Money but some thieves sure beat the Heck out of two vending machines at the Basco co., 11440 grooms rd., Blue Ash last Friday. The burglars got into the building through a vent pried open the Pepsi and co free vending machines and ran with the Money which have been too much since the machines Are emptied of change quite frequently. Too bad machines can to fight Back they took the worst of it one was damaged in the amount of $1800 or so the other several Hundred dollars. Water bed stolen a. Burglar stole a dismantled water bed from the Hack of a station Wagon at the Home of Roy Rich sept 5th, Between 2 45 . And 12 55 ., Montgomery police report. Syringes stolen one Hundred pharmaceutical syringes with 22 g. Needles were stolen from the storeroom at Bethesda North Hospital sometime Between sept. 1 and 5, a Montgomery police report. Liquor violation charged Montgomery police charged the Mobil Gas station Montgomery re. Just North of 1-275, with Selling liquor to a minor sept. 1. They say a Sale was made to a 15-year-old youth. The citation is referred to the Ohio liquor commission. The Gas station has a Beer wine carryout License. Charged with theft Eric Cone 23, Sandy mar dr., was arrested on a theft charge by Montgomery police sept. 7. Police charged him with taking a 4 cd. It. Bale of peat Moes from to Garden store Montgomery re. See Story Page 4 Library Ohio historical society 1932 Velo amp a v a a col Tabus Ohio 43211 i r Ca pm Quot 8a 2 writ a 2. 9533 a. A a Quot _ v �1 a s a it. 9 Blue Ash Community Day a Bash sept. 23 to place a classified a dial 73 1-71 70 by 4 00 Holiday display advertising amp new. Dial 531 41234 Cincinnati suburban me is papers inc. Blue Ash Montgomery Berley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant i due Brecon Kennedy Heig a is h Ertons Kenwood Deer ring Emma Mark of circulation in Nett vol. Vii no. 7 13c Cincinnati. Ohio. Wednesday. September 13. 107� 1115 ltd. Phone 331-0231 Campus sewer $100,000 Over estimate it in Maureen Lehi Tiu a construction should begin within several Days on the Campus in. Storm sewer in the City of Montgomery. The sewer is a major capital expense for Montgomery a it will Cost about $4�o.o�oo total about $150.1x10 More than the City had planned on. A i t y nine i i a a. Rdv d t he construction bid to the Foley construction co. For $ 165,2 15 at its sept. 6 meeting. I to by t win i it her a Struc Tion bids were received one Over $400,000 and one in excess of $500,000. C i Engineer i r e �1 be h i Lith aii re. W his st i male of con a Truc i ion rte a la May it Bou i s hmm met a a r r l Han the Bill air Rod. Explained in a let i r to tin mat or a of fir we i he hid was a a far in i of the in iii file. Esse it a by t he re we re construction costs which could not be known until in re Clet a tied Engi Nee i n g drawings were done on the project such As sanitary sewer const met ion. Replacement of conduit water works construe it m and additional sewer construction in Zig Zag ln., resurfacing of roadways and replacement of Hooten i . These addition al costs total $100,000, the letter states. If. I n i h a i to t u r a. A nigh it re imly in act i Laih do a st mates. Huh it ran a null on for and go Lina Lull his re. It a ill bite to a to additional rol for i Tail i engineering a indies before a Iro i ltd begins. Explained Phil Iler Riek. a a in lint to i red 1 Roii i. In the cast of the Campus in. Ewer project detailed stitches wer apparently not request it i and not performed Lite add it tonal hum my plus is going to hit the City budget hard and some a it the Money for construction May have to la squeezed out of other City department budgets such As Public works for next year said Council woman Alma Blazic when asked al out this is the sept 6 Council meeting. The storm a ewer is being continued on Page 11 Montgomery Art show sunday kith a miss from left Lew Evans Harr Hender. Mirk iture and a i to an. Man the registration table al lust year s month Oil a show to sign up a Nii Itule exhibitors. This end Sal onto Amer y Art show a up iii Munda. Atm ii to along mon Gutier ltd., it i Hsijui he. To t Hester s Hoad to 9 f arc chi a it of. I pm Hurrol to exhibit the 23-ei, Art Lwy spoon Ivd by Tim ii Flint kit Anil. An am All it Trunels end of fio ii Sands of vie went. Visitors May buy Art from the shows exhibitors. I Ries a ill be awarded to artists at 5 Proceeds Benefit kiwanis Lull est Grilies including keimwod1 Cluie for brain injured Rhim Ren a rho to eyeglass program it Rumore High key club and children a Vlard. Chi ser s Hoad House a ill Host a Chester s Hoad an antique ear display held on the restaurant grounds. 20,000 new Day residents. A. / ass a. Y a x n a t by so a Reed Hartman Highway completion signals growth a save our bees a sob Montgomery hive cultivators by Maureen Hernan five beekeepers in the City of Montgomery have banded together to try to save their Bee colonies. The City administration sent letters to the five beekeepers this summer asking them to Clear their hives by nov. 30. After consultation with the City director of Law the administration determined that beekeeping is not permitted except on five acres or More of property Quot. None of the hives meets this criterion. At the september 6 Montgomery City Council meeting David Harvey of Deerfield rd., spoke briefly to. Council and referred to a letter which the save our bees sob group wrote to mayor Fred Young. The group objects to what it Calls a a very discriminatory manner in which the ordinance 151.03 is being administered. The group proposes instead a Model ordinance which would allow beekeeping under these circumstances hives at least 40 it. From a dwelling on adjacent property no More than 4 hives on 15,000 so. It. Of property with the hives not closer than 15 it. From any property line one additional hive permitted for each 5,000 so. It. Over 15,000 Only Honey bees to lie allowed for cultivation hives not to be manipulated except at night except when moving a hive from one location to another. The Bee question has been buzzing around Montgomery for several months following a citizens petition objecting to the cultivation of bees in their neighbourhoods. Council gave no indication at the sept. 6 meeting whether or not it would consider such an ordinance allowing Bee cultivation. A Mauro a a Lehman the Long promised Reed. Hartman Highway should definitely be completed by oct. 31, according to Blue Ash Deputy City manager Marvin Lawm Peiin. The project has Long been delayed and the John Jorgenson co., contractor for the Highway construction is paying a penalty of $200 per Day As a consequence. The Southern Purl inn of the High a. A High a ill link i-275 a to Cross county High a a it could be completed before oct. 3 1. Thou min a Aid. The six Lane High a i my to 50 percent completed now. However Blue Ash police warn area residents that portions of the Highway and on Oil ramps Are not vet open Public use and people Are being a ticketed for driving there. Com Plet ion of the Highway will have a significant Impact on Blue Ash and s u r to u n d in g c urn a unities. Companies which can now locate in the Industrial Parks along Reed Hartman will attract in estimated 26,000 additional workers to the City to swell Blue Ash s daytime population tit about 55,006. The Cit a a daytime. Rcd id i i Pupil in t iii i no h Ahulii i i2.0imi. Hut Thi number a ill grub. Ulu. A hundreds of luxury a Ingle family he uus Eland condominiums plan or d fur construction in the City arc completed Trie City s Golf course now under construction and a recreation Complex next to the City building plus first rate safety and other Cir to services Are some of the attractors for business and new City residents. We need your help to amp locate 6our women a can you help us we re looking for interesting women to feature in our first annual Salute to suburban women a special Section which will appear in All five Cincinnati suburban newspapers inc. Publications october 25-26. She May be someone you know that wed like to meet. And introduce to our readers. It might be your neighbor who is a special kind of Mother or has an interesting Hobby. Or a Knack for decorating or creating or cooking. She could be Active in civic or club circles. Maybe she does Volunteer work at a Hospital with scouts or other youth groups. She might be a career woman such As a teacher a doctor a lawyer a shop owner an inventor even a politician. Could it be you she can be just about anyone so Long As she lives in Csini land. Write us about her. Even include a Good Clear snapshot if ones available. Be sure to Tell us where she lives and a phone number where we May Contact her. And done to forget to include your name and phone number. Mail to Csini suburban woman . Box 12010, Cincinnati 45212. Final deadline is oct. 10, but wed like to hear from you right away. Our editors feel this could be the Best special Section Salute Ever attempted by Csini. And it will be. With a Little help from our friends. We invite you to be a part of the tribute. Tom Kolh a As chosen the first recipient of the outstanding player award among members of Deer Park football team. He is team Captain. The award will be Given weekly by Cit financial services lo., e. Galbraith rd., to a v ild Cal player following the Friday night game. The outstanding player is chosen by the team coach and members Kurt is a halfback. See other sports news on Page 8. Inside 0f�?~ City of Montgomery getting ready to spend $ millions. Meeting tonight Story Page 11. A a what s up. Doc Quot find out on Page 4. Church news Page 4. High Point youths want to run Community Park Page 2. Sports news a plenty begins on Page 8. Spotlight on Madeira Norma s cooking Lemon babble Load and quiche this week and Wil Caldwell reviews a truly neighbourhood restaurant Page 12. 40% More traffic expected on already overtaxed roads by Mia ii or Quot i a f the Binan Montgomery residents can expect an average 40 percent increase in Auto traffic along Montgomery re within the next three years according to phase one of a. Comprehensive traffic study underway in the City. The phase 1 study not yet Complete was discussed at the sept. 6 Montgomery City Council meeting by planner Jack Pflum. He discussed 4he major roadways in the City critical intersections and predictable growth in Auto traffic due to development in the City and surrounding it. The Pflum study shows 1885 dwellings to be constructed in the area and 5119,000 so. It. Of Commer Cial development. Kenwood Plaza and mall together Are about 100,000. A count of autos on Montgomery re. At critical intersections during evening Rush hour shows an already overtaxed Roadway system. The planners figure it takes two lanes of traffic for each 800 trips per Peak hour on a through Way such As Montgomery rid. Most of Montgomery re. Is already accommodating twice that number in the Peak evening hour 1600 at Pfeiffer and Montgomery 1900 South of Hopewell 1600 in the downtown business area for instance and these Are the areas where a. Roughly 40 r increase in traffic is predicted. The phase one study identifies these critical streets in the City Cross county 1-71 and i 285 m ajor h in h ways Mont Gomery re Pfeiffer re. Cooper re. And Remington re. As major arterial streets a Deerfield Hopewell Zig Zag Weller Ana the Indian Hill Side of Cooper re. As major of traffic Perin Mitchell farm to 11 Gate j of a i n school House Trail wind Radabaugh Pendery adventure and Shadow Hili As minor collectors of traffic. The future phases of the traffic study will locus on these major traffic areas and these intersections designated As Crit ical Montgomery and Cooper re. Montgomery re. At Cross county Highway main at Cooper Cooper and West Remington and Montgomery Remington and main Cooper at Zig Zag Zig Zag at Remington Montgomery at per Ini Montgomery at Mitchell farm Montgomery at school Bouse Montgomery at Hopewell Montgomery at Deerfield Montgomery at Pfeiffer Hadaba us h Pfeif Fer Deerfield Montgomery at Weller 1-71 at the North and South Access ramps on Pfeiffer re we buy diamonds and mis Diamond estates from Orv Guam no spa of alts �?�100 to 100,000 Swee Uto a cd us a Oftle Fhy Call for appt. 321-5100 791-0793 201 a Madison Road $g95 Tim but ital Iwig Ory a a tse m Plant brings tall into tha Soma o you to Pawl Nnandi and Rota Tiva mar at taa Daliy ant attn not Rompolt tan Oncin Nat. A a a Good through Tua Adav Aptt Mooar fifth town Square y

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