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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - April 5, 1980, Cincinnati, OhioAnderson cd endorses tax Levy try to offer ways to work out a problem like that while trying to meet everyone a Parent training has been around for several years Jasper said and the Basic principles of the Beech acres program Are not new. A the idea behind any program a he said a is that there Are actual skills involved in parenting. Its not something we re Ever Able to just pick up. Rather than just happening naturally we learn most things about parenting from our own parents and they Are usually Good most of those who attend the effective parenting skills class Jasper guessed will already be Good parents. A your program is based on the premise that Good parenting already goes on a he said a and we just want to impart skills to enhance Good he also said that while not strictly for a certain group of parents the main thrust of the class will be toward parents of children who Are Able to talk about serious matters with their parents. A basically Well be aiming at parents of children who Are older old enough to verbalize and sit Down with their parents to talk things out a Jasper said. A it is certainly helpful for parents to be ready for that stage in a child a life ahead of time but we re aiming at parents who already have children that Jasper demonstrated an example of a problem and the process of solution which might come up in a class. He said a feeling which is not uncommon for a child is expressed by the statement a you never have for me anymore. My brother gets All the from that Point he said the exact feeling of the child that he is not cared for or is left out continued to Page a-10 hearing set the Hamilton county commissioners will hold a Public hearing april 23 at 10 . In order to discuss a proposed zone change on Beechmont Avenue near eight mile Road. The 2.1 acre parcel is now zoned a a cd residence and the change would be to a be a retail business which allows residential and Genera business use. The present owners of the land Are William Groll and Allen Lassandro. The Anderson area chamber of Commerce has endorsed the tax Levy for the great Oaks vocational school District that Calendar to be arranged an area wide master Calendar will be coordinated by the Anderson area chamber of Commerce in a major Effort to avoid when possible conflicting events. The groups Board of directors thursday appointed Lee Hornback the executive director to coordinate the project. Hornback is asking representatives of All groups to furnish the chamber with a list of their years activities and he will assimilate the various events into a master Calendar which will be published in the Forest Hills journal. No Date was established. He feels the Calendar will be of a major help to area groups in determining their events to keep them from conflicting and hurting any fund raising efforts or attendance. The organizations Are asked to Contact Hornback at the chamber office . Box 30271, Cincinnati o. 45230, or by calling 232-6540 during the chamber a office hours 10 . To 1 . Monday wednesday and Friday. Will be on the june ballot. The Levy is to finance continued operation of the school districts four schools including live Oaks in Milford. The 1.7-Mill Levy would Cost voters less than the 1.85-Mill Levy that is expiring at the end of this year because of higher reappraisal . West told the chamber Board of directors thursday. A without this Levy the schools will be out of business a he said. While associate superintendent of Hamilton county schools West was the Leader in getting the great Oaks District started. It is now the largest school District in the country and includes All of Hamilton county local districts except the City of Cincinnati and Norwood. It also includes most of those in instalment in his diary from the reds Spring training As the team prepares to come North for opening Day and As a player strike looms Over the beginning of the season. See the diary on Page a-2. The car in which Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow were killed is a familiar object to one Anderson township Man who knows just about everything about its history. For the full Story see Page a-8. The Anderson redskins track team won the Warrior Clermont As Well. In other business the directors will try to get a representative of the Mcintosh or Comisar families to speak to the chamber s May general meeting about Why there is no High level restaurant in Anderson township. Approved a $50 donation to Send the representatives of the chamber a Junior achievement company to the annual banq1 to. Named Dick Sauers to the Board replacing a1 Jones former manager of the Beete Mont mall decided to take no action on a request for change of zoning on 2.1 acres on the North Side of Beechmont Avenue West of eight mile Road owned by William Groll. Relays at Mariemont out distancing several other teams. For this and other sports information see Page a-10. Brides a i editorial a-4 business b7-8 sports a-16 classified b 44 Forest Hills journal 564 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244 528-1111 100% coverage of Anderson town strip my. Washington Newtown California every tuesday and Friday. Circulation a my a a fun audited by this week in Forest Hills Ron Oester prepared his final be spa Pat project. Rat v 9,�? i Ohio historical society 1 a 1�?71 a inti 17tn Hoo. T Sij p i cola bus Ohio 43211 j \ permit to. Kilts journal vol. If no. 76 tuesday april ism single copy 15 cents Newtown paving Law still draws objections letters to Newtown businesses will probably be sent out next week to inform them of enforcement procedures and timetables concerning the villages parking lot surfacing ordinance. The controversial ordinance amended in the March 11 meeting of the Newtown Village Council provides that any parking area available to the Public which can accommodate More than five vehicles should be paved with a hard surface. The Point of the ordinance is to control dust in the Village and improve its looks. The original ordinance was passed in 1964, but has not been enforced. Last year councilwoman Velma Aicholtz began a Campaign to try to enforce it but those offenders cited to mayors court were not penalized. The March 11 amendment clarified the intent of the ordinance and the Type of surface which would be acceptable. Aicholtz has been the target of some criticism about her work for the ordinance but said she feels it is necessary and that most Village residents Back her. A i try to get around the town As much As possible a she said a and one of the things people mention to me often is the need to clean up the town. This is a Good Way to do George Waits owner of Waits garage on Church Street is one businessman who believes the enforcement of the ordinance is unjust. He said the construction of new sewers in the Village will cause any new hard surface to be Tom up after it is built and that paving his parking lot would not be logical. A a in a not planning on Black Topping Quot he said a even if i have to take it to court. I done to feel they can make me surface my lot. In be been Here since before the first ordinance was passed and i done to see Why they want to enforce it Waits said the sewer construction would make him tear up any hard surface of a parking lot but Aicholtz disagrees that sewer Progress will cause problems. A the sewer work will cause very Little problem a she said. A even if someone does have to take up some of a driveway or parking lot it would be very Little. It just wont be a her action with the ordinance has caused some unpopularity she said but she added that it is work that should be done. A a in be lived Here since 1935,�?� he said a and the towns appearance Hasni to improved since then. Part of the reason it looks the Way it does is because of the dust from these parking lots. It May be a Little bit of a hardship now but if people taken care of it Little by Little we have the problem. It seems like if you sit on Council and do nothing you re a real hero but if you try to work at improving the town you re stepping on since the amendment was passed by Council mayor John Russell has said he would enforce penalties in mayor s court. Program for parents will went. Jeff Kropp of Cincinnati Riding the Pony Meringo won first place in the Small Pony race for potties is inches and under and riders 12-years-old and under. The race held saturday was part of the Ca Margo Hunt Point to Point races at the Fox and hound farm in Moscow Ohio. Belo Kropp Riding number 4, crosses the finish line to win a Julep cup and a Blue ribbon. Journal photo Mcleod. Emphasize communication a racing they saturday the Eastern Hills Jay Cees held an easter egg Hunt for the mind children of the area. Hie eggs were not the kind you would boil and color. The eggs a a beeped and to the children those noises were like Birds calling or As Amy Robinson left heard it a a approximately seven Blind children participated in the event. Journal photo Mcleod. A a and the eggs went by Brian Macconnell staff writer effective parenting is a process which is Learned rather than inherent. Many people feel there is room for improvement in the skills parents need. Because there can be improvements in parenting skills the family service staff on Beech acres is sponsoring a class in effective parenting skills which will attempt to teach parents How to solve the problems they encounter at Home. According to de Jasper a family service worker at Beech acres communication.1 be tween a Parent and child is the most important single ingredient in a Good relationship and effective parenting skills will try to teach the Best methods in communicating. A we win try to emphasize certain skills which Are the most important to a relationship a Jasper said. A the first is learning How to listen especially to feelings and needs. Not Only is it important that a Parent listen but it is important that the child knows the Parent is listening. That a where the skills comes secondly Jasper said the class will concentrate on talking skills. Besides listening he said a Parent must be Able and willing to inform a child about the parents needs and feelings making communication a two Way affair. A the attitude must be present that parents Are important too a Jasper said. A besides listening to the children the parents must also let them know How the parents feel. A after discussing the necessary tools for communication in the class Jasper said specific methods for solving problems will be discussed. A we wont just go into the problems and say a go Home and communicate a a Jasper said. A we Are going to offer some Concrete methods for resolving conflicts. A i can give a Good example of such a problem a he said. A a let a say a daughter is associating with a boy and. The Mother feels she is sneaking around behind her Back. The daughter May feel the Mother is butting in to her affairs. Both feelings Are natural and in some ways valid. The Mother feels her natural protective instincts and the daughter feels she can make up her own mind about her relationships. We will

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