Forest Hills Journal in Cincinnati, Ohio
25 Apr 1978

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25 Apr 1978

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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - April 25, 1978, Cincinnati, Ohio?e.73? or project t Ohio us Storic amp a society i-71 and 17th , Ohio 452113wesl Huuk Mmott single copy is april 25,1978 funeral held for Newtown postmaster funeral services were held saturday for Newtown postmaster Carlyle w. Coykendall 60, who was pronounced dead upon arrival at our lady of mercy Hospital thursday. He died of an apparent heart attack. Associates at the Newtown Post office said he suffered the attack while watching television at Home. He was the Only postmaster Newtown has had for the past 32 years. As master sergeant in world War ii he served in the european african and Middle Eastern Heaters and was awarded three Bronze stars and the purple heart. In the . Army he was a cryptographic technician. Or. Coykendall was a member of vow Post 5967, Newtown and of the National Assn. Of postal supervisors. He is survived by his wife Mary Jane Applegate daughter mrs. Henry Kleinfeldt a sister mrs. August Petitti and three grandchildren. He lived at 6641 Chestnut St., Mariemont. Funeral was at Moore funeral Home Newtown. A while Newtown postal workers attended the services a Post office worker attended to the Newtown Post office saturday morning. The american Flag at the Post office was at half staff. Memorials May be sent to the heart fund. Anderson rec festival appears doubtful 1 it amp my a it pm Ilse a a Jbf 4 \ i. Ideal time Windy Spring Days can be Ideal for Kite flying. Such was the Case for Richard and Robert of Beech acres who prepare to launch their Kite. Photo by and furnished Courtesy of Linda Roberts Beech acres. The fourth of july recreation festival in Anderson township appears doubtful unless an organization or individual comes Forth this week to take Over the leadership of the festival. Tom Taylor president of the township trustees who has directed the past two festivals said today he does not have the time to devote to heading up the festival. Taylor said he sees that a decision must be made by May i to assure the festival to o months later space has been set aside and some other arrangements have already been made he said. What is needed now Taylor added is someone to come Forward and take the responsibility of the event. The festival started on the july 4th weekend in 1976 As the highlight of the townships Observance of americans Bicentennial. It continued last year but was not quite As successful being held on memorial Day weekend and having one Day rained out. The sponsors the Anderson Hills recreation foundation turn Over a Check for $5000 to the township Park commission for use in developing the Nagel re. Park soon to open. Objects of having the festival he said were met with the first two. They were to bring the various facets of the Community together for a common cause and to provide seed Money for the Nagel re. Park according to Taylor. Various organizations and area news briefs re meeting opens sunday when the River Downs race track opens its 109-Day meeting sunday there Likely to be some imperfections. There might be a few rocks on the turf left by the March flood. And some roads leading to the local Oval still have potholes. A few of the barns have some leaks but these and others will be included in the 240 stalls that will be torn Down after this meeting and. Replaced. Receive recognition Dick Tarvin and Jon Schneider co chairmen of the Anderson township paramedic drive Are expected to receive the Freedom foundation award on behalf of the Anderson Hills kiwanis club. Award will be presented at a april 29 luncheon to be Given by the greater Cincinnati area Volunteer chapter of freedoms foundation at Valley forge. Luncheon is at the Cincinnati club. Also attending will be Ronald e. Nott club president. Anderson club won the award for spearheading the paramedic program. Testimonials from Community leaders and other data were presented to the freedoms foundation committee on the program. The first part of the drive raised More than enough Money from township residents and businesses to Purchase one paramedic unit and get a Good Start on a second. Both Are now in use and. Are credited with helping to save lives of Many township persons. Fall at Home Anderson township life squad took. Mrs. William m. Judd 69,. 7643 Forest rd., to Holmes Hospital for Fec term a inspection after she fell at Home. Life squad was called about 6 30 April 20. Forest Hills journal 544 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244 5281111 i0t% coverage of Anderton township it. Washington Newtown California every tuesday. Forest Hills journal april 25. 1978. Published weekly on tuesdays at 564 Beta via Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244. Circulation audited 1y applications accepted applications Are now being accepted for the Cincinnati Park boards 1978 Day Camps in the Parks program at Stanbery Park in it. Washington. The week Long Camps designed As an. Experience into nature and the natural world for youngsters Between the Ages of five and 14, will be conducted aug. 7 11, at the Park from 9 30 . To 2 30 ., monday through. Friday of that week. The program combines nature education and recreation with children exploring the Park learning the Parks Flora and Fauna As Well As a balance of nature and participating in crafts programs. A fee for the week is charged to cover expenses for. A daily fruit Flavoured drink materials and supplies. Fee for youngsters outside the Cincinnati school District is higher. Registration is accepted by mail Only. Applications Are available by calling the Park Board 352-4080, or Trail Side nature Center 281-0190. Registration open voter registration is now available at the Deputy registrars around Hamilton county. Included Are Ruth Wolfangel 7800 Beechmont ave., 10 .-5 Monday through Friday. Office of Joesph Decourcy jr., 916 Sycamore ave., also can handle the Job 8 .-4 Monday through Friday. Registration Mobile Van is at Beechmont mall 1-8 April 28 and May 5 and at Kroger store it. Washington april 27 and May 4. Van also will be at Beechmont mall 1-9 May 6. Registration is also available at the Newtown town Hall phone 561-7697 and the Anderson Beechmont ave. Firehouse 231-4560. Voters registration cards Are available at the 27 provident Bank locations including the one at Beechmont mall. They also Are available at Cincinnati Bell and cd amp a offices downtown As Well As City Hall and the Hamilton county courthouse. Carson elected Nolan w. Carson five mile re. Resident and attorney has been elected to a three year term As a member of the air pollution control league of greater Cincinnati. At the first of the year he began a term As commissioner of the Hamilton county Park District. Wolfangel transferred col. Daniel Wolfangel an Anderson township native has been transferred to commander of the sheriffs civil division at the Hamilton county courthouse. He is now in charge of the service of official papers courtroom Security fugitives and warrants transportation of prisoners juvenile court duties and other court Security work. Wolfangel 39, has been commander of the sheriffs patrol for the past five years. He is the highest ranking officer remaining from the administration of Paul Flicker. Robert Hovater has been named commander of the sheriffs patrol by sheriff Lincoln Stokes. Hovater 50, had been commander of Post 13 of the Ohio High patrol in. Batavia since 1965. Wolfangel succeeds Edward j. Lally who has resigned from the sheriffs patrol to enter the real estate business. Seventh graders visit courthouse seventh Grade social studies classes at Anderson Middle school Are visiting the Hamilton county courthouse this Spring. The collections please if you receive the journal by Carrier its collection time. Your Carrier will be knocking at your door sometime in the next 3 Days for collection. Remember to ask. For your receipt its Worth $1.00 off any meal at the International House of pancakes. Our customer Are reminded that payment for the journal is voluntary and that your Carrier receives commission on every collection. Thank you individuals have Many important projects of their own underway and do not have the time to leading the entire festival. Taylor said he said he and his wife Judy have headed up the event for the past two years but now find that they have too Many other priorities of personal and business nature to repeat the festival leadership again this year. A if the leadership can to be filled. Then the festival is definitely doubtful a said Taylor. There is always the possibility he added that the festival could be resumed in the future 1 Many persons said they would work at the festival but did not have the time or interest to head up the entire event he said. Anyone who is interested in taking Over the leadership of the festival is asked to Call Taylor at his office 563-6881 reunions great after 34 years it could be because Gary player has won three straight Golf tournaments but George Wolfer. Salem Hills Lane thinks that his world War two chum Varo tra Llori is the spitting image of player. Whatever. Italian hugs and kisses were the scene at greater Cincinnati Airport the other Day when Wolfer met tra Llori and instantly recognized him. It was a a fantastic recalled Wolfer. In 1.944 Varo was a italian 14-year-old that Hung around Georges outfit near Florence. Varo became the unit Mascot and the older soldiers befriend him. To this Day they still Exchange students in Bob Williams classes will visit probate court municipal court the court off common pleas the auditors office the old juvenile lockup the jury Pool and the sheriffs office. Williams called the trips a excellent learning experience for the students. Further trips Are 9 .-l May 1,8 and 15. C Oming to a Church Rev. William r. Stockelman will become associate pastor of guardian Angels Parish May 22. He will be ordained to the Priesthood by archbishop Joseph l Bernardin at 10 . May 6 in St. Ann Church. He will celebrate a mass of thanksgiving at 4 30 May 7 in St Annas. To disc needs it. Washington civic club will discuss Community needs and try to Channel them into a concentrated Effort to receive the $5000 from the Mott foundation at a May l meeting. Meeting is at"8 At the Post 484 american legion Hall Sutton ave. Funds Are to help it. Washington a become a closer knit neighbourhood a said. Mrs. Dorothy Reif of the club. She said a amt. Washington is a vital part of Cincinnati. The concern of its people lies in their Homes schools churches and their Community in a How can we Combine it. Washington a efforts into one growing Active group seeing to the needs of the Community and working toward one goal a she asked. Help of residents is asked in getting the snap stimulating the neighbourhood action process program going. Celebrate special week Anderson Hills kiwanis club is celebrating Canada United states Goodwill week april 24-May 1. Ernie Diable a representative for air Canada will speak at the a Canada night program May i culminating the we Klong Observance. Diable will review the history of Canada Canada-. Relations and the Many facets of Canadian society. Hospitalized Doris Bauer 2072 end Ovalley was hospitalized april 18 after she was injured in an Auto Accident on eight mile re. Hill near or 32. She suffered internal injuries As Well As several fractures according to the Anderson life squad. She was treated at the scene by the Anderson paramedic squad before being hospitalized. George Wolfer Back left played Host to his old army chum. Vario tra Llori of Florence Italy front left. Tra Llori. Was accompanied to the United states by Walter Antonori. Front right and Franco Simone front right both of Rome. Journ a in to to ii a 11. Christmas cards letters and snapshots. Wolter is 10 years older but is not As Gray As Varo the reunion last week was Only the second time Wolfer had seen Varo since the War. Wolfer recalled the first reunion three years ago. He and his wife were on a knights of co Umbus tour to Rome. Me arranged to meet Varo in the lobby of a hotel. George was Reading a bulletin Board when he heard the name �?omr., Volver Quot coming Over the a system. It took a Little while for him to realize that it was he that was being summoned italians pronounce the was As v she explained. They had quite a time then and again three years later As George showed Varo and his two travelling companions Meldahl dam. Price Hill riverfront stadium As Well As the Anderson my. Washington sights Varo had been visiting his daughter in Law in Huron. in his first trip to the United states and decided to catch up on old times with w Olfer last wednesday night Wolfer invited some members of his unit to the House and the reunion and drinking went on into the night. The prediction of Snow for last Friday was bothering Wolfer who had planned to drive tra Llori to Chicago to catch a flight Back Home to Italy. He wanted to drive him so Varo could see up close the Indiana Farmland Between Here and the Windy City. Varo told Wolfer he could not get Over the great expanse of the United states. Wolfer knew what he meant. In one easy Day you can drive from end of Italy to the other. Continued to Page 12 Woodland Mound a father retires after Long career the Man considered father of the Woodland Mound Park will not be in office to see its actual opening this summer but chances Are he vill see it nevertheless. William e. Canedy who Lead the growth of the Hamilton county Park District in the past five years has retired. Officially the retirement starts july 1. But he has already left work. He already is enjoying retirement a sending More time with his family. Canedy is looking Forward to having the summer holidays off like about everyone else. Always before he had to work. One of Canedy is prime goals was the first county Park in Southeastern part of Hamilton county. Funds were achieved for development of Woodland Mound Park out of a 1973 tax Levy. Once a Road through the Park is widened this summer the Park will be partially opened. His decision to retire shocked the members of the Park Board and those who worked under him according to reactions received by the journal. Nolan w. Carson Anderson township resident and newest member of the Park Board said Canedy was a a Workaholic working 18 hours a Day a Carson said Canedy a family persuaded him to retire As did his Doc Tor. Stew Art l. Welsh Deputy director said that Canedy had hypertension for the past years and a heart murmur two years ago. Both Are under control now Welsh said but Canedy a physician thought he should retire. Welsh said that near the end of the april 17 meeting of the Board Canedy 53, handed in his resignation it is effective july 1 but he had sufficient unused vacation that he was Able to Start his actual retirement the next Day. Carson praised Canedy a leadership in the growth of the Park system. Canedy saw the District grow from two Parks in 1946 with 2500 acres to a system of 14" Parks with 8600 acres now Ohio a record largest. He was instrumental in getting the 1973 Park Board to put a half Milf Levy on the ballot in 1973 after the Issue was voted Down seven or eight times before. A positive Campaign was waged and the Levy passed by a wide margin this Levy generated funds for a continued to Page 3

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