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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - April 25, 1978, Cincinnati, OhioWoodland Mound a father retires after Long career continued from Page 1 successful program of Laud acquisition and development of Many recreational facilities for Benefit of the citizens. Carson and the other Park commissioners Richard h. Durrell and Sam Benedict approved a Sam Mac s a Mobile Lawn Mower service we faring the shop to you i a fast a inexpensive a professional special applies to most mowers 232-4995 we amp no lass. _ a a its William a 44 years of know How a increases value a saves Energy f a the replacement window people tilt for easy c loaning my 5�5h� Nancy Gott 561 -6323 3511 round Bottom re. Cincinnati Ohio 45244 Quot a i would like Moro information without i would like a fro be Toimata with obligation please Sand brochure obligation. Waa Call a i Street. City a zip a i i i special Resolution of appreciation honouring Canedy for his dedicated service and outstanding accomplishments Over a period of Many years. He plans to spend More time with his family and take care of his health according to a Park announcement. Last year Canedy was elected chairman of the Park Section of the Ohio Parks and recreation Assn., a statewide organization of 1200 professional Park and recreation administrated and employees. He attended the University of Cincinnati and several Park management training programs in North Carolina and the University of Indiana. He is certified As a Park and recreation administrator the top rating of the Ohio Parks and recreation commission. Considerable land for Parks around Hamilton county has been acquired under Canedy a leadership. These Quot acres will be developed into Withrow nature Reserve triple Creek Park the Embshoff nature preserve the Newberry wildlife Sanctuary and Mitchell memorial Forest in Miami township. Shawnee Lookout Park development in the extreme southwestern part of the county is said to be mostly Canedy a responsibility. He has strictly adhered to the land management policy of the Park District and has dedicated himself to guarantee that 80 per cent of All Park lands remain in a natural state. Robert e. Lewis who has been engineering Woodland Mound Park has been appointed acting executive director Secretary. He is serving the Park District As a part time Engineer and is a extremely Well qualified for the interim Carson said that Lewis does not want the permanent position. He said no time has been specified on the length of his term. He said that a number of Young men Are doing Good jobs in positions under the leadership but the Board thought take Home a decorator planting pot decorate your Home with our Beautiful new planting pots. You get a 6v2&Quot pot plus a packet of seeds for Only 25c. This $1.50 retail value is available with every $3.00 purchased on an individual Check. You can also get a 4&Quot pot with a 16 of. Coca cola or soft drink for Only 45<. Collect As Many As you like while Supply lasts. Assorted colors and three different varieties of seeds available. Jerry Spring planting festival j Ewi if s. Restaurants that they would see if there was one with whom they could be Lewis has a degree in civil engineering and master of science degree from the University of Cincinnati. Carson said he was general manager of southwestern Ohio water co. Which brought water 22 Miles a Day from Bevis o. To Industry in the Millcreek Valley area. Lewis has been sector Engineer with the City of Cincinnati and has been chief Field Engineer with . Letourneau inc. He is an adjunct professor of engineering at University of Cincinnati evening College. Lewis is past president of the engineering society of Cincinnati and a member of the american society of civil engineers water resources Assn. And water management Assn. Of Ohio. At the Start of the year perhaps in anticipation of his impending retirement Canedy was named executive director after being director Secretary for five years. The Park District grew from four to 14 Parks and total acreage from 5500 to 8600 in just four years. This Canedy said., a created Quot management demands of significant proportions. A a the new staff reorganization streamlined and modernized the administration of the Park District system and also provides a an aggressive plan of action to prepare for future expansion Quot Canedy said at the Start of the new year. Stewart l. Welsh in addition to his duties As Deputy director was selected As the new Public service director. Richard Johnson was named planning director with responsibility for All planning technical design research master planning and engineering. Jon Brady was appointed recreation director in charge of All recreational activities and Revenue producing facilities recreational facilities such As the Golf courses fishing and boating horseback Riding and Public ii formation Are now included in the recreation department Robert Kline was named operations director in charge of All maintenance and Park improvements Howard Boone is East District manager and Ken Gragg West District manager for maintenance each individual Park is supervised by a Park manager. The Ranger department has been divided into three districts with assistant chief Clell bal Lew supervising personnel in the North District sgt Earl Steinhauer in the East and sgt. Elza Duncan in the West. Ranger chief Robert Mason is responsible for Law enforcement and safety in the Parks of the entire District. De w right a plan rummage 9ale the Beech acres rummage Sale sponsored by the women committee of Beech acres the general protestant orphan Home is set for May 6, on the grounds of the Home 6881 Beechmont ave., near it. Washington. Proceeds from the Sale Are used by the committee to supplement various projects for the children such As a scholarship fund books for the Beech acres Library and birthday gifts. Beech acres the general protestant orphan Home is a family service child care Agency serving children and their families including children with Little or no family involvement in the greater Cincinnati Community a services Are available to the Public regardless of race Creed National origin or financial standing. Journal a tuesday april 25,1475 -3 comply with Law Public Law no. 94-141, adopted in september 1977, mandates a free and appropriate education for All handicapped children of school age. The Forest Hills school District in compliance with this Law is developing a special education plan that will Benefit the handicapped to the greatest extent possible while still operating within the limitations of fiscal responsibility. Thomas Gallenstein director of Pupil personnel explained that he a feels it is important that residents review the plan and procedures and a assist in developing a program that will meet the needs of All children of the the Forest Hills school districts plan for special education was developed and adopted in the fall of 1976, and is currently being reviewed by a committee made up of representatives of the Community the Board of education and the District staff. Copies of the plan placed1 in each school of the District As Well As the Central office will be available to the Public either to review in the buildings or to borrow to read at Home. It is hoped that residents of the Community will comment on the proposal thus making the final plan a reflection of the Community a Rea i feeling. Gallenstein explained that the District has a history of providing Good special education program. A a we be been fortunate in being Able to locate and recruit Well qualified teachers to staff the numerous programs involved a he explained that in those instances where it is not possible to hold classes within the District every Effort has been made to find an appropriate. Program in neighbouring districts. A the District is committed to the concept of education for All a according to Gallenstein mental health East has new look now mental health East set. Washington office has a new look these Days. Mrs Laura Enzer has joined the clinical staff of three other professionals under the office leadership of Elizabeth Boyd . Mrs. Enzer has a masters degree in psychology from the University of Cincinnati and has spent the last five years counselling parents with mentally retarded children. Earlier Thomas Palmer executive director of mental health services East and Shirley Bolee administrative assistant moved from the Hyde Park office to the it. Washington office. This move was prompted by the need for More clinical offices in Hyde Park and an offer from the it. Washington Baptist Church Sutton ave., to provide Muse with expand office facilities in the White Frame House behind the Church Scouter dinner planned for May 11 the annual recognition and awards dinner for Volunteer Scouter in the Columbia District Dan Beard Council is scheduled for May 11, 7 . At the it. Washington Baptist Church 2021 Sutton ave. This function will Combine the Fellowship and recognition of an awards dinner with the business of an. Annual meeting in a fast paced program. The per person reservation fee due by May 5, should be sent to Jota w. Sanger . Box 599, Cincinnati oh., 45201. For nearly four years mental health services East has been operating. In that time it has provided mental health counselling services to More than 1100 families and individuals. Some 28 per cent of these people came from the it. Washington Anderson township new town areas. The private ton profit Agency is assisted by Public funds services Are provided on a sliding fee scale based on ability to pay interested persons can Call either the it. Washington office 231-4404, or the Hyde Park office 321-8286. Cincinnati Public elementary lunch menu wed., apr. 2 4 Chili soup crackers fruit cocktail milk. Thurs., apr. 27 sub Marine potato Sticks fresh Apple milk. Fri apr., 28 hamburger on Bun Dill Pickle slices Cole Slaw pineapple milk. 1 Coney Island potato wedge peaches milk. Tues., May 2 Square Steak on. Bun Dill Pickle slices Garden Saiad French dressing banana milk. A new boy or. And mrs. Carl Richard Baeuerlin of Corinth miss., announce the arrival of a baby boy Karl Matthew born March 31 weighing 8 lbs. 1 of. Grandparents Are or. And mrs. Charles p. Baeuerlin of Moorfield or. And or. And mrs. Frank m. Andrews it. Thomas by. Use our automotive listings. Call 528-1111 if # f Isi 1j a it i ii i h a Jill a ii the 1my a your Lawn is growing at least eight months out of the year a our service is designed so that we see your Lawn each of those months a together they give you the very Best a Lawn. Rich Green in color without weeds or insects"1 Spray Lawn 791-0360 9840 Montgomery re Cincinnati of 45242 t mob on Ems in onic h t at wools if s stats farm insurance _ for insurance Call Wayne Haupert 8439 Beechmont ave. At Pamela or 231-4100 like a Good neighbor. Slate farm is there. Stateff in in tue Ante companies Home 0�?~fices b Oom Langton. 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