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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - September 19, 1979, Cincinnati, OhioA a cheers for Indian Hift or a my Sam of Var Erting mar a he a admit Mil tel so fool vomit cheerleaders front raw Jake Tangredo we me roo. From if capt. Juet waiter. Angie Martin and Kim Lare fetid top raw. Patti Thep Mare i Toana and fiume Kobert Sha. They have led a he cheer in a my to my a at Pep rallies and Wal rear toe at Friday night football Gniaek. News Bra efs two apartment building approved a heed hied on a Ity of Mec amp Blue Ash City h m that permit can Ruitian cry two an Telsitt buildings West of Reed Hartman Highway jilt North of Georgetown apartment the vote sept 13 was 5-2. The two buildings will have a total of 24 unit and will be Brick a representative of Developer Leo Solomon Hiya Finkl Oak Spaedt co. Told Council. The Bui id mrs will be constructed on 4.2 acre. Each apart Wui have and individual Entrance. Noun Claun Donald Beiderman questioned if one of the buildings was truly two stories High since from ii Quot lust rations there would be three level mfr i facing Reed Hartman Highway. He was told that the lowest level is defined a a cellar a refer than it basemen my a m suck is not. Sqq Vafed m m Story. A Cedar i defined am being mar than half below apartments ground level Falls 80 percent below to Council added Ilant a Pine tree in to the architect the lower level average Grade of the building. A provision requiring the builder to Plant a Pine tree in front of each parking space an the Reed Hartman Highway Side foe added screening. Still unhappy with the look of a three Atory building. Councilman Donald. Beiderman and Raymond Macnab voted no on the ordinance Indian Hill confident regarding land Purchase a it s just a. Little land Safe. There s nothing sensational about an Indian Hill official referring to the1 planned Purchase of 3.2 acres owned by Cincinnati. Indian Hill Council authorized Purchase Oftle land on Indian Hill re. Near Indian Ridge from Cincinnati for $40,500, tire official said. In. A published report. Cincinnati planning commission members questioned if this was a fair Price for the lot in one of the1 areas most affluent villages. The commission briefly considered a suggestion that. Section eight Low income housing he built on the land. The commission was told there is no apartment zoning in Indian Hill a Cincinnati City official suggested to la land he put out for bid but. Give Indian Hill the right of first refusal. Commission member Thomas Brush was reported to have rejected that idea. The planning commission deferred action last Friday to give the Safe More consideration. As far As Indian Hill is concerned officiate said they Are not expecting any problem with the Purchase of the land. Inside Ide Jln Page Page 2a look at cameras in the courtrooms blues Ash. Montgomery life squad member explains operating Mies. 3.Madeira Council Lams toward Warner Blue Adi Council a accepts higher bid far Sycamore senior Center Seiner prod Lent sex Amberley officials. 4.names and faces m the news happen mrs Page 7soccer, soccer soccer Page 8,Sycamore and braves Post wins. Page s dream team bumps Champe. Madeira adds court sessions Madeira. Mayor Forest Atkins has announced that beginning oct. 3, mayor�?T8 court will be held on wednesday every three weeks instead of four. Atkins said the. Mare be quent sessions Are needed to reduce the length of the part time clerical and some bookkeeping duties. 2-3 Days a week in Norwood office. Must t Good typing abilities. Send resume to . To 12010 Cincinnati Ohio 45212 0 no amp ii i s a a a a 193.4 a 2l i is. ,. It Pis Tus a f 4 i 5 of a i i to place a of etched a a Call 731-7170 by 4 00 . Monday Dit Der advert leg few cell 531 -0234 Csc Wka to so her b a Fec. By Mash my mtg May Amhe Ley it apr pm few i pc Ennedy Fig her Sikut my Kim mde air Fork atm Maym dih Minahe to demoed Mamma my Vei Xix pm. 8 2c 19, 1979 4415 Mol Goteri he. Phone 531 -023 i the mayor afro said people could saw Money by Reading a their tickets before coming to court. A if they re going to plead guilty Quot he a said a they can pay their Fine without coming to court and being charged the $5 court residents Dun Deer Park Council on Church abuses a term Weiller. Resident living near the Deer Park Baptist Church on Galbraith re continued their Serter of protest last week to the Deer Park City Council. They object to act Erttis that it occur on the Church # property that they regard As disturbances of. The peace and threat to Public safety. _ a it one resident Mike Adieta of Lake ave., complained about Che operation of Church Grut aads Lato one night last week of s. Chain saw used to Cut metal., and i Eta. The group s spokesman Afee objected to Btu repair work that i Dene Art the Church and asked Council if the garage currently being built on the churches property would he used for bus. Reps prs git Trevier image tor David to leave that fkr permit itt annl for a fee garage run auction dal no i Alio the garage in fee used of a irps a % Eirv few Giitl trame a work in fee a do mrdak m h a director Dune at the feaafefer4-? persian. Law fan mail hound m u 1 Holland Rem ended Council that the City cannot pre control a a a a use problem. The property must be misused before Legal action can be taken. Other Issue raised by resident at the Council meeting included the safety of a gasoline storage pump on the Baptist Church # to. And vehicular on the Amity school k playground adjacent to the Church. According to fire chief Lou Viker the o per at ion of a. Eased Ira pump on chinch groan do. Is a Legal operation that a passed a City safety if Pec tian. Vol tear a placed that the City no Mger rest Wmk per suit for Flam a Hie liquids. The permit requirement., a stopped by former safety service piracy up Lou filing who replaced Henry Cam p in 1976. Volker urged that permit be issued again so that the fire department could have some control Over the -.tanks. The gaiety Cautus a amp a will study the Quot a if re a Atif eating the permits committee chairman Quot Warren Ffitch said. Adieta planned that Mae tank and the truck fief of the took Are a a danger to the a we re it 4 my gaga Subt Asije a a Maei Volker was under fire pm not Banning the tank after Gas had. To be flushed from the property in 1974 Viker noted that1 he did require safety valve he installed and reiterated the plight of the Volunteer fee depart meat with a Volunteer chief that has Only sufi cml a year offer it a pref eat. A i do the Best lean he said. Altif i he a fee Feung pm Tom sikh re said Wane up tog 1918 he has. Asked the City to repair the curb m front of i "store., though a Liing to f ,3y 1a y he said or Law hew a strutted my to. Vhf dues said be turned Fen ankle piece of i be Cush my Fefie Ott Taire i a Waadt Terr ltd i a uni. The a Petit my of tart. A with it requested support. Hill in a a try requesting Scheys a a a own a Paire Feffe Nerta a fee error few of learn mind. Few of Reaid feat cd complaint of a sewer Pseu a afe a in it a was Sug feted that the Fele t r Ponta n a sewer i mid it be called to he lines and the sas of the indicia one re a too Deni via fined that h As up in her or arese the Inlet is Arr v ugh. M and Curt were a coot f la in to. H on Ora by com Calamari in. Sch nor urged Council to put More Mim Wiy into Street. He noted that inflation will Only make it mire difficult Quot to afford Street repairs m the future. Melvin Dicker. Owner of barkers to on Galbraith a in other Traines o Leary reported that sidewalk i a an. Pete. Tie ate is Beckme alternate Sah Hup plier Mil ait Ernat mean fax treating a lick it meets Soiree the cum Prenie Trade Ireca dealt with have no Salt to a offer. Of Leary said the City May use a Sand mixture trea t de wit h c a Eimm Chloride. The drawback to that method is the mixture a getting in the Emma he feb a Ritchie an a Mbom although the cd is discussing a pay package with the finance committee. Police Are still con Fering with fraternal order ref police representative who have been sitting in on the , he reported. Blind area youth captures awards sidewalk event sept. 23 Art show due in Montgomery the Montgomery sidewalk Art show one of the major shows of its kind in the country is scheduled this year for sunday sept 23, from noon until 6 . Mote than 300 exhibitors will line both Side of Montgomery re. To display and Aell their artwork the show is bounded by Cooper re. On the North and Chaster a Road House on the South. The .24-year-Oki Art show Santa Fly attract Leo of thousands of sidewalk stroller and Art Buff Hack visitors and artist from throughout the tri stale and be away Syb there m no and. Mis Taion Elm pm. Montgomery # show the reputed to be among the tri state area # biggest and most popular exhibit say Bori Berger Ine Ai architect. A toe Village atmosphere in Montgomery makes the show especially pleasant. Ateo the Quality erf the Art has become Well known and the buying Public a. I Way seem enthusiastic. Quot judge for this year # show Are artist and an educators. They Are Floyd Berg Cincinnati artist and teacher Phil Foster associate professor erf Quot Fine a its at us e College erf design architecture and Art. Edwin Neu of my and package Praetor re flac raisers. Two a indent mar selected each week at Dumont school i made Ira to Mir and lower the Flag for that week. Brian Vander Elul Idt. Left and hike Samuel both in mrs. Lorene Mcdermott Flag on the firm their Gamble Phil dimes artist and former director of Art. A f or n o p u by i c school Emil Quayle Proie Abor at us College erf a design architecture and Art and Khan quinn., artist and a teacher at the Baker Hunt foundation in Covington. First second and third paid prize will he awarded in three categories i realistic and impressionistic. Deer Park seeks Volunteer firemen Deer Park m accepting application for persons interested in becoming a Volunteer fireman with the Deer Park fire dept. Requirements Are that an applicant he 18 year erf age have m High school education own a car and live within one mite al to la firehouse located at the earner of Beech and Matson application May be picked up at the office of safety and service 425ci Matson Awe Deer Park. 2 a a n a j or la a r and a tract and -1 it y a a la. Priam will or per weird at s . For Day try the hot a Montfomery sidewalk Art show i Spon Seoi % to la Montgomery kiwanis club and Quot ail. Proceeds from exhibitor a fees d ii go toward to the Hub a Fere Strebre activities iter children including the Kenwood Clink for main injured in Ferere school Eye Glass. Program., Sycamore High school key club Longview children # Ward and at.her#. President of i be m o ii t g o m e by kiwanis club the Comet Bond. Officiate erf the Art show Are Harry Henderly Genera 1 chairman Tam Eberhard advertising Mel Dickert. Judges and Walter Joi Atwon Pei cd artists who wish to exhibit and sell their work May Contact the Art show general chairman Harry Henderly at Henderly design studio 9399 Shelly la. In Montgomery exhibitor fee is $15 and entries will be accepted until 12 noon the Day erf the show. Display categories Are ill realistic and impressionistic 21 boy objective and abstract and ��3� youth. Youth exhibitor fee lor those under 18 is $1 and they May display whatever artwork they a choose. Adult entries Are screened and exhibitor May Contact the general chairman far display requirements. No commission is charged pm. The Safe of Quot artwork. .1� addition to fee arts Bow Chester a Road House will Hart a Chester s Road state a an antique car i Apia held on the restaurant ground ample parking is available along Side streets and m parking Lea Sewe Aaela sir aii junk fee Iier off am Brittany drive a Rose Moyae was Loor Salt a amp a and a special award Dainack the first fete National sport Jam Boree for tip he Trad n held aug., 24-36 m we a of Eptha. Jim. Was Pansi Quot red. By the chapter erf the Pioneer of a Wax a Volunteer group erf Long service and retired Bell system employee. The sport Jam Boree was sponsored % the West Virginia chapter of tie pioneers. Jim participated in both the Quot Blind Quot Anil the a he or Hizir events m the two Day sport Eveart and won Ikea. Plane in. Tie 16�-Yard whee Feor relay second place in Quot baseball hit ring for tie Blind second place in the baseball throb ir�1 Wybe Elcho a Sootee Ceato find second place Abr the 4p-, Ard wheelchair race. Jim Ateo was Desi piled a tap Winner m a Pecini inv a a 23 com test ants from Acra the atm Stepp iffy at. Lending ing m a a is Saab by the nine years he has Sarto path a the special Fijn pirs. Satim Day swimming Day Camp and practically every hire the. Camp has a offered. To past Anas Jim worked a an Aid m the maintenance ,-Repairi m g b Roke n wheelchairs and sanding he s now Back to judge orders Madeira couple to clean up property or else Febel v v a we a res i Dent Boma and ago Fqy Are going to have to clean House at 7904 Buckeye gab bowl if they ,., according to Madeira solicit or Stanley Rone they will be in contempt of court and will be assessed for clean up fined or a that was the. Verdict of Hamiton county common plea judge Rupert Dean last wednesday a Doan granted Madeira a temporary restraining order against the foys alter the judge heard testimony from two county Board erf health members City manager George babe and representative erf the Madeira police and fire department witnesses testimony and photo rapid of tip Interior erf the Fey hemp convinced Doan to cafe the Home a a Public him Snarky according to Rozic. The solicitor said the Label will help the Chyo a a you can., do something about it quote said Rock said the City went to court with criminal charges against the foys because Quot they kept getting charged paying the Fine and continuing with the Rio Atim Quot Rock said the City will now try to get the Fey to remove the garbage. Bat he said he does t expect -.the�, to comply. The in a Morney. Rock noted Saad they re Selling the House and buying another outside Madeira. Regardie Rone said the foys will st a be in contempt erf court and subject to being assessed fined a or jailed. I he Sattur Wco a com inc w last no wether Gamst the Foy to Board of health Verf Aticus. But the sus and the Case the a till in comm note i r fort pm a Isis iii a Sam Hka m shopping Quot con Emerice our Dpi he a a saturday

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