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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - September 20, 1978, Cincinnati, OhioCops it robbers Amberley police arrest boys in Swastika vandalism four 15-year-old. Boys were arrested by Amberley police sept. 7 following an incident where Swastika had Ilieen painted with yellow Road paint on Golf course greens at Crest Hills country club. Police chief Joe Truesdell credited extensive investigative work by one of his men in the Quick solution to the vandalism. He said the youths had been cited to juvenile court on charges of criminal damaging. Truesdell said the boys apparently did not realize the larger implication of the act and that there was no apparent racist motive or nazi party influence. The Swastika was the Emblem of nazi Germany the country club is located in Amberley a suburb with a Large jewish population and which is a Center for jewish worship in greater Cincinnati. Police revamp their station Silverton police have taken the Hammer by the handle and Are remodelling their station in Silverton City Hall. The work is partially done and should lie completed by the end of the year said Silverton police it hid Kenneth Dye. A a the City is footing the Bill and we Are supplying the labor a commented Dye. Whose office is still under con is auction. Silverton budgeted $8,500 this year for the remodelling project. The officers Are doing the work on their Oil hours said 1 be. Complete Are the new Side Entrance by the driveway and the dispatching area. The new console is in place in t he Center of the room. A new computer terminal is also in use. Heading up the rehab Effort Are patrolmen Steve hts is and Steve Waura both have had construction exl it Prience a it lice said. Man charged with Auto theft a Goshen Ohio Man accused of driving a stolen Auto was arrested saturday evening by members of both the Montgomery and Madeira police departments at the hospitality inn 1-75 and Montgomery re. Arrested was Michael Anthony Day 21. He is charged with Auto theft and receiving stolen property and is being held in the Hamilton county correctional institution. Day is also wanted by the Dade county fla., police on a charge of Auto theft police said police said Day was. Driving a car reported stolen from Williams Ford 9260 Montgomery re. Making the arrest were Montgomery patrolman Frank Anderson and Madeira sergeant Thomas risk and detective . abuse ordinance passed in Amberley Amberley Village is tightening Down on possible drug violations. Council approved a drug abuse ordinance at the sept. 11 meeting which forbids a obtaining possessing or using marijuana or controlled substances in Amberley As defined in the Ohio violators will be guilty of a Misdemeanour unless the amount of marijuana is less than 100 Grams. In that Case offenders will be guilty of a minor Misdemeanour subject to fines up to $100. Haffer of the Law committee pointed out that Amberley Village previously had no focal ordinance on drug abuse and police could act Only under state statutes. Police chief Joseph Truesdell said officers will continue to enforce them however the local ordinance gives police an extra tool to Cope with potential offenders. An upsurge in drug incidents has been reported recently in French Park which lies within the Amberley Village boundaries but is operated by the Cincinnati Park Baptist robbed sound equipment valued at Over $1,500 was stolen from the memorial Baptist Church 8366 Blue Ash rd., in Rossmoyne during the night Friday september 15. According to Hamilton county sheriffs office the South door to the Church was pried open and the pastors office was broken into. Taken were three Shure microphones valued at $240 a Bell Public address system $350 a Pioneer reel to reel tape recorder $750 a Wollensak reel to reel tape recorder $250, and a fire extinguisher value unknown police said. A window a dead Bolt lock and four doors were damaged police said. Total damage to the building has not been windows bashed about two dozen windows were broken during a vandalism spree in a Deer Park apartment Complex Early wednesday morning. Witnesses told Deer Park police a a Young Many was seen going North on Delaware ave., away from the four damaged apartment buildings at Webster and Delaware aves about 1 30 a.m., september 16. A we have never had that kind of thing there a said Deer Park police chief John Niehaus. Police reported that about two dozen 10 x 14 windows were broken in basement apartments and Utility rooms in building at 7121 Delaware ave. And the three other buildings in the Complex. Police Are still stolen in Deer Park Beverly Colwell of 4203 Matson ave. Told Deer Park police that her bicycle was stolen during the evening september 1 2. The Bike valued at $40, is described As a 24 Inch Schwinn with a red seat. Deer Park police chief John Niehaus said that nine out of 10 bicycles taken Are recovered in the area. He said he was confident that recovery of the Colwell Bike is a just a question of repairman injured in fall from st. John Church Robert Crain whose Back was broken in a fall from the second level of the roof at st. John Church Deer Park sept. 11, is recovering at Bethesda North Hospital. Crain was listed in fair condition monday. Crain suffered three broken vertebrae in the Twenty foot fall to the first level of the roof. The Dayton Man was one of two employees of the . Verdin co. Sent to service the Bells in the Tower at st. John Church monday morning said for. John Coghlan pastor. Crain was brought Down from the roof by the Deer Park life squad in a litter assisted by the Aerial unit of the Silverton life squad. Squad officials theorised that Crain fell while descending the ladder from the second level of the roof. Several of the stained Glass windows in the Church were broken apparently by the ladder officials said. First crusader loss in 5 years list try Ohio historical society 1982 v a 1 n a ave. Columbus Ohio 43211 in 9.>ij Moeller Woodward edged at wire by be it timid a Rule change that just went into effect has Cost Moellers crusaders and w Oodward a bulldogs dearly. Both suffered their first defeats of the season Friday night and both would have won had it not been for the change. Under the old rules if a team is offside the other team has the option of refusing the penalty. Now the penalty is automatically assessed and the play # run Over. Moeller scored what would have been the winning touchdown against Princeton Friday but the Vikings were offside. In Istrati Tif the touchdown. Princeton Watt penalized half the distance to the goal line and Moeller failed to a Core from i my it Ard out when the \ Ike threw up a terrific goal line defence. So. For the first Lime in live years Moe lost a regular season game 13-12, and elder did the same thing to Woodward but iting the bulldogs 15-14 on t he Rule change. The big news was at Princeton stadium where an overflow crowd of More than 12,000 fans locked to see the great showdown. People parked on 1-75 and stormed the Gates. The huge crowd got what it came fori both Princeton and Moeller sustained Long drives at the outset the Vikings going to Moe a 20 and Moeller penetrating to the Princeton eight a penalty ended Moellers first thrust and the Vikings put together another March that ended when Gary Weber kicked a 2,4 a Yard Field goal for a 3-0 Lead. Shortly after. Ken Roundtree waltzed in from the 10 for a 10-0 Princeton Lead at halftime. When the third period started though it was Alt Moeller until the end. A 70 Yard drive after the Kickoff with Dave Thurkill Ricky Neal and Eric Ellington churning out the yardage resulted in a one Yard to dive by Moeller tried far two extra Points and missed and still trailed continued on Page 6 to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 4 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 Cincinnati suburban newspapers inc. Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood mme of Cucui atom into gun vol. Xvii no. B 15c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday september 20, 1078 1115 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234 City in court on ordinance procedures Madeira Council does no to like being sued by Maureen i Chinan ostensibly it was business As usual at Madeira City Council sept. 11, but the hostility toward councilman Doug Oppenheimer was barely restrained and surfaced toward the end of the meeting. Oppenheimer is one of four City residents who have brought suit against the rest of the Council members the City of Madeira City manager George babe Council clerked Hillman a n d be Vera 1 com. Pan Lea hired to perform construction and renovation work in the City. The meeting on the 11th was the first coun. Cil meeting since the suit was filed. The Law suit challenges the legality of ordinances Madeira Council passed raising the City income tax and enabling construction of a City Park service com Jyce and renovation of City the suit slates that the riel find an in Are being sued in Sibrir roles As City officials but that does t make it any More palatable according Liv councilman Tom # web Kenberg who said at the Council meeting he resented a nne presented a certified Teller at his Home telling him he is being sued. Woebkenberg said the charges in the suit Are Over Quot technicalities and that Oppenheimer should know that councils intent was proper. Oppenheimer retorted that referendum petitions whereby he and other City residents had sought to have these ordinances placed on the nov. Ballot for referendum had also been curbing for water drainage struck Down on technicalities. The suit bring brought by Oppenheimer Mary k Lien. M a r t int h int a s Wallace and James to Illiams. Allege that the ordinances enabling the roast Rution projects were not properly reviewed by the City planning commission and two were improperly passed As enter ency ordinances and one the Park a a a in a ordinance was not published. The suit alleges the earnings tax increase ordinance is not. Legal based on several technical inaccuracies contained within it. At the sept. 11 City Council meeting Council passed a motion approving correction of several of these continued on Page 8 Deer Parks sewer problems create trouble on Lansdowne by Shelley Ann Schweitzer Deer Park City officials spent the majority of a two hour and 15 minute Council meeting sept. 14 trying to pass the Buck in connection with promises made to Lansdowne ave. Residents about the installation of storm sewers. Deer Park has had difficulty in completing its storm sewer system since it has been unable to acquire an easement from the City of Silverton for Hook up at Plainfield re. And North ave. And for tap in to an Amberley Village sewer at the foot of Lansdowne ave. Deer Park mayor Francis Healy said All sewers already in the ground Are operable and that no sewer pipes have been Pul in. Ground which would be inoperable without the Silverton and Amberley Hook ups. A March 20 Issue of suburban life reported that the Silverton a Civ pipe Deer Park needs to Complete its half million Dollar storm sewer system is a combination storm sanitary sewer owned by the metropolitan sewer District mid. Mid is responsible for maintenance and repairs. The company approved a Hook up in sept. 1977, but Silverton officials expressed concern that the pipe might not be Able to hold the additional water and cause a backup in residents basements. After months of a discussion the Issue went to court and it was ruled that Silverton was not required to Grant an easement for eight feel of Street directly Over the pipe. Healy said Friday he believes an a peal to this decision is being continued on Page 8 May locate in Cic Park Blue Ash Sycamore schools would Benefit from Prudential news in Brief mixed emotions surround Silverton a Stoll Lane by sex. Foster mixed emotions apparently surround the joining of the upper and lower portions of Stoll Lane in Silverton. After More than 30 years of separation the former dead end streets will soon be open for through traffic from Oak ave. To Montgomery re. Construction of the joining segment is underway and should be completed within 30 Days. The Street currently is separated into two parts by a parcel of land owned by a. Trust set up by Lawrence Schumacker. When the Roadway is completed through that property it is expected that the property will be subdivided into four lots. Each is expected to sell in the $12,000 to $14,000 Range. Stoll Lane residents have voiced opposition to the a plans to make the Street a through Access. One reason or opposition is the concern for the safety of the who attend. Silverton elementary school. The rear of the school building is on Stoll Lane. Some area residents had opposed the development because the area separating the former dead end streets was considered a Safe place for children to play. By kick Sonneborn if the Prudential insurance co. Is pleased with a land usage study of property in the Cic Industrial Park Blue Ash could be the Home of this regions largest office and business Complex. Prudential is interested in a 175-acre tract opposite the Blue Ash Airport. The company has taken an option on the tract that extends North from Glendale Milford re. To Creek rd., and West from Kenwood re. To Mckinley re. If America s largest insurance company decides to slogan contest at Sycamore schools in Honor of fire Preven Tion week Sycamore township is planning a Junior fire chief slogan contest. Students in District schools Are Witting slogans of 12 words or less such As this a matches Are not toys fire destroys girls and students Are permitted one entry to win a $25 Bond and a certificate of achievement from the Syc a. M o r e t o w n s h in Bureau of fire amp life safety. The contest runs from sept. 22-29. Buy the land it would be the largest single tract sold from the local Industrial Park and would rival some of the largest such complexes in the nation. Development of the Complex could begin As Early As mid-1979, with completion coming within five years and the City of Blue Ash and Sycamore Community school District could begin to reap the benefits within a few years. The new employees working in the Complex would bring a a significant boost Quot to the funds now collected by Blue ashes one percent earnings tax said Marvin Thompson Deputy City manager. If and when the Complex is completed Blue Ash could stand to receive additional income in the a hundreds of thousands of dollars Quot Thompson estimates. With a daytime population of about 35,000 and a night time population of around 12,000, the earnings tax is the main source of income for Blue Ash. The increase in property valuation would not be significant for the City Thompson said but would add to the funds collected by the local school District. A we appreciate any addition to our tax base that we can get a said Eugene Shrimpton superintendent of Sycamore Community school distinct. A quite frankly we be been Able to meet our needs with a relatively Small millage because of the Industrial growth a he said. Property taxes however do not respond to rampant inflationary trends As do earnings taxes Shrimpton said. He also pointed out possibilities of a legislative revamping of Ohio a financing of schools. Under the current system Shrimpton said growth in area Industry has been a definite advantage to Sycamore schools. Land in the Cic Industrial Park is owned by the City of Cincinnati and has been developed during the past decade by the Community improvement corporation of greater Cincinnati. That non profit group has worked with area Industry to sell lots build roads and bring Utility ser we buy diamonds and Diamond estates from �?~100 to 100.000 Call for appt. 751-0793 vice to the Industrial Park that began with 750 acres in the late 1960�?Ts. That land was part of the roughly 1,300 acres stretching North from Cross c of n to h i g h w a y that Cincinnati began purchasing in the 1940�?Ts to fulfil dreams of a regional Airport. When that dream soured some land was sold for residential and business developments nearly a decade ago the 7,50-acre Industrial Park was created out of the remaining land owned by Cincinnati. If Prudential buys the 175-acre tract it will be the last Large tract of land remaining in the Industrial Park a spokesman said. There Are still several sizeable tracts left in the Park but they Are scattered throughout the development and not clustered together like the tract Prudential has shown interest in. Met cleaning specialists mice 1�10 a it Irav 321-5100 201s Madison Road inside Etc Deer Park nips Taylor Page 12 Madeira police praised in letter Page 2 Montgomery woman a club begins new season a happenings Page 4 names and faces in the news Page 6 Church and bridal news Page 11 William Osier. Heads cads lower school see Story Page 8 i town Square j
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