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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - April 16, 1975, Cincinnati, Ohio10 Ahli p 5 4 vol. 14 no. 48wednesday, april 16, 1975 4 sections 24 pages 100% coverage to Anderson Yaj township a it. Washington anew town a he California to by . Mail j 0 544 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244 Law enforcement education parental awareness needed to curb teenage drinking last a series by Diane Dube for a month the journal has explored the subject a area youth amp alcohol in a the extent the problem where youth Are getting the alcohol and the consequences youth who drink face. Every youth has not tried alcohol by the time he she reaches 18 but the majority have. Not every youth is stealing from the neighbourhood grocer to get intoxicating beverages. Not every youth is the victim a traffic Accident involving a Drunken Dri ver. Every youth who drinks will not be charged with driving while intoxicated Public youth who drinks will not develop alcoholism. But the potential for these things to happen is there. It is because that potential that Many people have become concerned Over the Rise alcohol usage. Judge Charles Jackson Clermont county juvenile court feels there Are three things that can be done to curb teenage drinking stricter enforcement the liquor Laws pertaining to sales to minors More education and More awareness what the children Are doing the part the Parent. Stricter enforcement involves not Only Possession liquor charges against a minor but also charges sales to minors for those violating the Law. Cutting Down the availability alcohol involves the cooperation merchants who should demand proper identification from customers. Education should include educating old As Well As Young according to sources. Alcohol education in the schools and the Community is an important element the comprehensive program for which the National Center for prevention and control alcoholism is responsible. The Center believes that alcohol education has the same purpose As school health education As All education and should be integrated into a total education school health education program rather than being treated As a separate subject. Schools under the state Ohio program offer health classes which take up the subject alcohol and other a area youth i amp m i alcohol in drugs. Some people feel the schools could do More others say the schools can Only teach what will be backed up by parents. A we ought to have a lot More emphasis and education alcoholism and its affects a said judge ouse Holmes Hamilton county juvenile court. One High school counsellor noted that even though they have educational types programs at school a most the kids know its an accepted part society. They see their parents at iome drinking so How can you change in a six hour school Day the influence the other 18 hours the Day a she added that it might be possible to a do some Good by working from the elementary level up. The student drug Survey 1974, conducted in Cincinnati schools by the department research and development concluded that a More emphasis should be placed alcohol and marijuana prevention and drug education programs should be initiated prior to the 7th High school counsellor suggested a program interwoven with science biology Ana health that factually deals with abuses in general. The program would have a positive approach caring about oneself feeling Good about who one is and Good health care. Several youth indicated that the school lacks the credibility to be Able to present acceptable information alcohol and alcohol abuse. A if its school kids consider it school a one said. A a there a not a whole lot kids digging being in school. There a nothing they can put into the school that a going to Stop it a a several other youth had a couple suggestions for cutting Down the drinking during school mostly entered around making classes More interesting. One person suggested that Drivers education courses include More information driving while intoxicated. Another criticized the credibility films used commenting that a they always pick the really straight kids to do the there is some disagreement As to How a school should handle a student who has been drinking excluding kids from school a is a mistake a according to . Steve Katkin executive director the Clermont county Community mental health Center. A they do it i the rationale that a bad Apple makes the others while he feels there is some truth to that . Katkin pointed out that the a effectiveness is to bring the child out school and into a peer group that a really having problems with drugs and delinquency and increasing the likelihood that any deviant behaviour the child might have will get worse.1�?� one High school counsellor said that the student is removed until he she is better Able to Deal with the environment a a we re basically saying the student is not in any condition to participate and May be a disruptive a the purpose the school is education a one High school principal to psychoanalyst another principal said that the problem teenage drinking is rare a but 1 feel it is More a Home problem than a school problem. A lot problems that occur at Home in the Community and in the Street Are brought into the school and end up giving us the problem when we really should have nothing to do with it. In a a Parent myself. I think its the parents responsibility to guide editorial consider your attitude the journal Hopes this series articles has been informative. We also Hope it has caused readers to think about their own drinking habits and attitudes. Today teenagers Are using alcohol in May different kinds situations drinking an occasional Beer Glass wine at the family supper table experimenting by getting High at a teenage party drinking at a bar tavern drinking at a Beer party where there Are Only boys Only girls sipping wine punch at a family Celebration having a mixed drink at a family gathering. How one sizes up each situation depends ones own attitudes towards alcohol attitudes that have been picked up Over the years from family friends local customs advertisements Laws religious teaching. Most important is family attitudes. At the conclusion the series the journal would like to suggest that one considers ones n reactions to the different situations. Also consider ones reactions to the following suggestions offered by experts in the Field alcohol abuse and alcoholism a no drinking should be the Rule for everyone teenagers and adults \ a teenagers can to handle alcohol they should wait until they re 21 to teenagers should learn to handle alcohol the Best place for this is in the a teenagers should learn their own a to drink moderately any Young person can handle one drink. A a adolescence is too late to Start Young children should be allowed sips wine Beer with their parents a a children supervise children and see that they re not doing these things. If they Are doing any these things Are made aware it they should take Steps to make sure they re not doing it again. It is not something that the school alone can handle journal sources seemed to agree that them it it important Factor in dealing with teenage alcohol use is the attitudes the parents. It is generally agreed that it is culturally acceptable to drink and a person who drinks in moderation will generally not develop any problem with drinking. A persons attitude towards drinking is the key attitudes that Are established Long before the person reaches the Legal drinking age. That attitude begins forming from the beginning a child a life. A the crucial Issue is the attitude the parents and that so Many the parents drink a one High school counsellor said. A the kids Are accepting their parents value z the National Institute alcohol abuse and alcoholism notes that the most alarming aspect a 1974 report by the . Department health education and welfare is that the trend toward alcohol abuse among youth is a occurring in a social environment where there continues to be an extreme Lack awareness among both adults and youth about alcohol and alcohol a parents think it is cute funny when their son returns Home from a party drunk and assume that he is just learning How to hold his liquor a said Morris e. Chafetz director Niava in a statement issued last october at a news conference youth and alcohol. A a Call from the local police station asking a Parent to pick up a drunk youngster is Apt to evoke a sigh Relief that the kid is not off using . Chafetz warned that alcohol is a drug and the taking alcohol is basically an adult activity a in taking drugs any kind adults serve As models for youth and it should therefore be no Surprise that Young people turn to the abusive taking alcohol and other drugs when they see adults constantly misusing the most common readily available and familiar drug a people wont accept the fact that there a a problem a said Dennis Donnelly executive director the Clermont county youth services Bureau. A when it comes to alcohol a lot people done to care a sgt. Hullih the Hamilton county youth Aid Section agreed. The social attitude is that it Isnit As serious As drug use he noted. Dee Starr the Cincinnati Council alcoholism said a when a kid comes Home drunk often a a pop will Pat him the head Tell him he a a Chip off the old Block and say a thank god he a not a but done to let that same kid come in with Needle Marks in his a she added. A and although i done to recommend heroin very few people did from withdrawal heroin. Ten per cent All alcoholics that go into withdrawal without medical care a very frequently in court we a hear parents say a what a wrong with it judge. Everybody drinks a noted adding that they Are not prepared Ysis solve problems and provide ther apy. No More county funded police for year col Daniel Wolfangel the Hamilton county sheriffs dept said today he does no to see any Hope county funded police in any the unincorporated portions the county including Anderson township for at least the next year this comes in line with a statement made earlier by Tom Taylor newest Anderson township trustee that the township trustees May be forced to put an operating Levy the nov. 4 ballot for police Protection. Wolfangel an Anderson township native expressed a that county commissioners did not see fit to increase budget for Road patrol to sheriff Paul Frickert a department. Wolfangel head the Road patrol for the sheriff said this was at least the second year the commissioners had turned Down the request the sheriff for More police officers to cover the unincorporated portions the county. He has been involved in Only the past two budget requests he said so can Only speak for those. Both Fricker and Wolfangel Are confident the local Man said that they presented the need As Best they could to the commissioners the commissioners did increase the budget for the juvenile squad funding it until 1976. All sheriff deputies will receive a raise to keep their salaries roughly equivalent to the pay Cincinnati policemen it was reported. County is picking up the Cost the four juvenile officers earlier paid for by Federal fund resources said Wolfangel intimated in a journal continued to Page 10 judge Olive Holmes said. Her response to that question Wood be a a it a illegal. Nobody can give nobody can sell nobody can permit a child to drink in their presence. It be the judge noted that religious celebrations and ceremonies Are not included a a that a not what causes the problem. Attitudes and culture has a lot to do with attitudes in How far How much what a permissible a judge Holmes said. The attitudes letting a child have a drink with Christmas dinner is not going to Lead a youth towards alcoholism drinking even social drinking she noted. A the kind attitude where the families have cocktail parties with their friends and let the kids fix their own cocktails put Beer in the icebox for the kids they let the kids bring their friends in and serve them mixed drinks. The kind Parent who says to the child a you have to wait until you re in the 8th Grade before you can Start drinking hard the kind an attitude where everybody gets drunk and that a the Way they handle their problems. That a what a going to Lead towards alcoholism a the judge said. A not the serving wine with the dinner table not the serving wine something else As part a religious ceremony the cocktail party which the parents have that is strictly adult. Even dad coming Home and having a cocktail is not going to cause the child to become an alcoholic continued to Page 4 journal now to publish tuesdays the Forest Hills journal and the Community journal will be circulated every tuesday beginning with the tuesday april 22 Issue it was announced today by publisher e. B. Wright. He said surveys have shown that both readers and advertisers prefer a tuesday suburban newspaper. A for that reason we made the major decision to circulate tuesdays a explained Wright. The publisher said that news would be More current for the Reader and advertisers would have the Benefit an extra Day sales time. It will be the first major weekly newspaper in greater Cincinnati published tuesdays. The journal moved from thursday to wednesday publication Many years ago. Since then habits both readers and advertisers have caused the need for publication a tuesday newspaper Wright said. A a we Pride ourselves in always being in front in methods communicating in the suburban he added. A the tuesday publication is probably our biggest move in this direction in the history our during the Short changeover period deadlines will have to be advanced. He said. �?�1 know we can count the usual Fine cooperation off advertisers and contributors in meeting these deadlines for the Benefit All concerned,.�?� deadlines for the follow ing tuesday paper Are now news deadline is noon w wednesday. Display advertising deadline in the paper and classified is to . Thursday. Classified liner deadline is 10 . Friday. �?�a1 the people at the journal Are looking Forward to providing the very Best in news and advertising for those we serve a concluded Wright. 82500 damage in two Motel an estimated $2500 damage was done in two separate fires at Al Rancho Rankin Motel saturday night Anderson township fire chief de Stagnaro said arson is suspend in one fire the outside the building damage in that fire was about $300, he said. Firemen just about had that Blaze extinguished when another fire broke out inside four away. He said damage in that fires was about $2200, according to Stagnaro a preliminary estimates. That Blaze is still under investigation. There were no injuries in the fires there was some smoke damage in an apartment upstairs from one those involved in the fire. Most All the departments equip emt and manpower responded about 9 45 . And were the scene for about 90 minutes reversible Lane in operation today april 16, is expected to be the first morning for the operation the reversible Lane the Beech Mont Avenue Hill. Gene Martin traffic Engineer said last Friday that Normal operation the reversible Lane was expected to have begun yesterday tuesday in mid afternoon. The reversible Lane will provide two in bound lanes during the morning Rush hours and two outbound lanes during the evening Rush hours. Between 6 . To 9 . Monday through and including saturday the arrows will indicate that motorists inbound coming Down the Hill can use the Center Lane. At All other times traffic travelling out bound up the Hill can use the Center Lane. Most motorists Are familiar with the operation reversible lanes Martin noted. He urged that motorists heed the signs and arrows displayed. Martin also cautioned motorists along Beechmont to watch for merging traffic from 32. Traffic in bound 32 to the Beechmont levee will now have to merge with the existing traffic flow. The acceleration Lane is approximately 1800 feet Long and should provide easy movement. Martin noted. Nevertheless traffic 32 should note the change. Prior to the reversible Lane system traffic entering Beechmont from 32 had its own continuous Lane. Additional work still has to be done the Beechmont project. After the weather warms up the Bridge Over the Little Miami River will have to be waterproofed and Black topped. In a minor Accident in Early april during work the Beec Morit project an eastbound garbage truck caught a Low hanging Cable breaking a Light pole in three piece there was no damage to the truck. Commenting the completion the reversible Lane project it. Washington civic club president Robert Vetter said a it was through the efforts the it. Washington civic club that we got it. If More citizens it. Washington woul i realize the work the civic club is doing it would Vetter added that they Hope to have a representative Public utilities and Cincinnati Gas amp electric at the next civic club meeting to discuss ii creased Gas and electric rates. Next meeting is May 5. Smalley receives aviation writing award clasping a Check made out for $100 and the Amos Ives Root award a for excellence in aviation journalism in Ohio Stephen b. Smalley commented that he should t say a word because his Horoscope which read a a words you thoughtlessly utter now will come Home to Roost. Weigh very carefully what you say to avoid Smalley was being honoured by the users committee Lunken Airport and was presented with the . Root award for 1974 Given by the Ohio aviation trades association. He won the award for a series articles about Lunken Airport which were published in his column glancing Back which appears biweekly in the journal. A this is wonderful a Smalley said. He pointed out that he did business with . Roots grandson buying blocks Wood with Honey in it for insects. Smalley used to be a science teacher a a thank you a a he told the group. Harry Franken the . Made the presentation. The series Lunken Airport written by the journal columnist who recently turned 75, was chosen out 38 plus entries. This is the second year for the award. Judges were professor Richard Taylor division aviation at Ohio state University who also has a masters degree in journalism Don Farnsworth Ohio division aviation and Merom Roland interstate air credit publications and former aviation writer for the Columbus citizen a the judges were impressed with the amount research a Franken told the committee who had gathered to Honor Smalley. A they Teli me . Smalley a work is the Best they be seen. Its really a great Walt Williamson president the users committee told Smalley they Are a certainly impressed and appreciative the work you re Amos Ives Root for whom the award is named witnessed the first full Circle flight an air plane near Dayton o., flown by the Wright Brothers. He wrote about it few a scientific Magazine. They sent it Back to him and told him he was a nut and to quit drinking. Root got the article published a year lat in his own publication a gleanings Bee Smalley received his award pc aviation writing in a Small publication under 75,000. Pat Turk the Dayton journal received the award for Large curation publications. After the gathering a1 gave the award Winner literally Birds Eye View Clermont count an Northern Kentucky from Cessna. Smalley said he enjoyed plane ride thoroughly adding he halt spotted Many the houses he ha4 done research . A there Are developments All Over the place in Clermont a he noted. It had been Smalley a first plane t since his Days with airborne to the �?T60�?Ts. Inside the journal a Foley business 9 Church it classified 14, is editorial 20,21 1 Public forum 20,21 Smalley 20 weightings 20 Forest Hills journal april 16, 1975. Published weekly wednesdays at 564 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244. Controlled circulation postage paid at Cincinnati Ohio. From left Are Walt William son president the users committee Don Fairbanks member off the users committee and the Ohio a Votion trades association Stephen Smalley Harry Franken Ohio a Ilion trades association and Bob Brown superintendent at Lunken Airport

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