Mobile home show 1968
Independent Mobile Home Show Court Bans Interference Kenneth C. Means, of 6204 W. Pages Lane, yesterday obtained a .Circuit Court order prohibiting Jefferson County zoning zoning enforcement officials from interfering interfering with preparations for a mobile home show at 5300 Dixie Highway. Judge Lyndon R. Schmid issued the order. A hearing was set for Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. Means is planning the 1968 Independent Independent Mobile Home Show to open Wednesday. A national mobile home dealers convention also will begin here that day. In a suit against Fiscal Court and of- of- ficials of the county Building Department, Department, which enforces zoning regulations, Means said that he had paid $1,000 for lease of the site at Zayre Shopping Center. He also said he had spent over $5,000 for facilities, advertising and other activities. activities. The suit said that zoning enforcement officials contend the site which is zoned M2 industrial cannot be used for exposition exposition purposes. They say C2 commercial zoning is required. Means' attorney, James E. Thornberry, contends M2 is the proper zoning and notes that the Kentucky State Fair and Exhibition Center, where trailers will be shown during the convention next week, has M2 zoning. With Exhibit He filed an opinion by County Atty. E. P. Sawyer which said M2 zoning permits the exhibition that is planned by Means. Thornberry filed the suit after Building Building Director E. L. Norrington and Building Building Inspector John Thomas posted "stop-use" "stop-use" "stop-use" notices on the premises Thursday. SCKIPI l lilt II ORSHIP (III IK II OF ( II It 1ST SOI 7 Bardstown Read NEAR EASTIANO SHOP'INO CINTIR SUNDAYS: 9:45-10:30 9:45-10:30 9:45-10:30 and 6 P.M. WEDS.: 7:15 P.M. ltohrrt ('.. rich. K angrlisl 17 mi.cmii:'