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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - August 8, 1978, Cincinnati, OhioNewspaper project a h 1 o 11 i s Tor Leal society 1-71 and 17th ave. Columbus Ohio a0211 to la fonts ills journal vol. 18 no. 14 tuesday August 8,1978 single copy it East Fork dedication a Day it see special in depth report and photos on East Fork Lake on pages m2. One of the biggest highlights in Clermont county history will take place saturday afternoon when the giant East Fork Lake is dedicated in ceremonies that have attracted gov. James a. Rhodes and sixth District Cong. William a Harsha. The 2,160 acre Lake has been in use for fishing and boating since this Spring when it was filled. While the dam was constructed by the . Army corp of engineers the Ohio dept of natural resources Todner will be developing the area around it once funding comes from the state legislature. Possible Park developments include a Lodge Cabins camping facilities nature study area interpretive Center boat docks historical Village Beach areas and an 18-Hole Golf course and club House. The ceremony will be at 2 . On the Beach area at the South Entrance off or 125, Between Amelia and Bethel. Both Rhodes and Harsha will speak. Or. Robert w. Teater director of Oder also will have remarks As will David t. Sheehy of the Ohio Valley improvement Assn. Invited to the ceremony Are 100 to 110 local dignitaries members of Village councils township boards of trustees and superintendents and members of boards of education in the county. There will be seating for 1,000. One of the highlights will be the the journal salutes East Fork Lake worker still in serious condition after High voltage Shock Richard Lemons if has been released from general Hospital after suffering a 7,000-Volt Shock last monday. Lemons has been hospitalized at general in serious condition for nearly a week following the Accident. Lemons an employee of William Davis House movers., Arlington Heights was helping move a House journal tubes coming soon one of our goals at the journal is to deliver a paper each week that will be dry and in a convenient place. We Are therefore purchasing plastic tubes to be erected at the Road in front of Homes on. Journal motor delivery routes. The tubes will be White with the word journal. No tubes Are necessary on Carrier delivery routes. We Are Happy to provide this service to you and Hope that you will be pleased. If for any reason you prefer not to have the tubes please Contact our circulation department at 528-0296. We expect it will be several weeks before All the motor routes Are completely covered but we Hope to Start putting up the tubes this week. From Sutton ave. To Deliquina or. In it. Washington. Lemons was underneath the House which was hoisted on a Metal trailer when a ventilation pipe struck High tension wires As the House turned right onto Deliquina or. From Sutton ave. Lemons heart stopped beating for 8 to 10 minutes while Rescue unit 46 was on its Way to the scene according to fire capt. Donald Duddey of engine co. 7. With the use of cardiopulmonary resuscitation Duddey and police officer Jerry stautberg kept the blood circulating and kept Lemon breathing. Lemons of Regent ave. In Bond Hill reportedly began working for William. Davis House movers inc., on july 21, eleven Days before the Accident. Savage wins Jimmy cup Trey Savage 1704 King Sway court in Sherwood Forest has been named the Winner of the Jimmy cup As the Best Ball boy in the Western Tennis championships held at old Coney last month. A pass to Kings Island goes along with the Honor. Savage 14, will be a freshman at St. Xavier High school this fall. Presentation of a plaque by Ronald g. Reynolds president of the Clermont county chamber of Commerce to . Carnahan honorary president of the Little Miami Valley development. Assn., who is scheduled to talk. Richard Jamieson former mayor of Batavia and president of the development association will give the Welcome. Robert a. Taft ii 65th District member of the Ohio House or representatives will introduce special guests. Introducing local officials will be hairy Mallot 87th District House member. Others scheduled to make rent is Are colonel Thomas p. Naca , District Engineer of the . A Vrony corps of engineers and a brigadier general . Heiber amp Jii division Engineer with the coi _ master it of ceremonies will be William h. Mussey. State senator for the 14th District. He Harsha Rhodes and Carnahan Are longtime backers of the Lake project. The Williamsburg american legion Post commander a1 Ogden will give the presentation of arms. Land of Grant band Bruce Behlow director will play the National Anthem invocation will be Given by the Rev. Fred Moore pastor of Bethel United methodist Church. Benediction will be Given by the Rev. Edwin Connelly pastor of holy Trinity Catholic Church Batavia. Both the land of Grant and Bethel High school bands will play prelude music for an hour before the ceremony and during the program. The ceremony is similar to one held to dedicate Caesar Creek Lake two weeks earlier. Frank Lausche former . Senator and governor of Ohio spoke at the ceremony. Teater was emcee of the program. Mrs. Viola Phillips former mayor of Loveland and member of the development association gave the Welcome. Done to lode now but its getting time to begin thinking about the return to school. Clermont College Lias a supplement with this Issue of the journal telling about its fall classes. East Fork Lake is dedicated saturday. The journal devotes four full pages to the project and various aspects of it. Stories and photos Are on pages 9-12. Lit Washington. Street kids mime for the third summer. Page 3 has details. A two mile race will kick off toe sept. 10 orphans feast. Details on pages. The Job of executive director of the Hamilton county Park District is up for grate. Neither toe present no. 1 or no. 2 Man wants the Post. Story on Page 5. American Vagabond age has another interesting Story. Page 24. Bridal news 16,17 Fine lines the East Fork dam has been a subject of controversy in. Southwestern Ohio for nearly 40 years. At some times it appeared the $56 million project would never be completed. But the dam is built the Lake is filled and saturday gov. James Rhodes and a Host of other dignitaries will he in the area for dedication ceremonies. For an in depth look at the dam see pages 9-12. Kemp. Corps sets aug. 31 Date for hearing on Grain elevator the persons interested in the Queen City Grain facility controversy have received the official notice of Public hearing for the . Army corps of engineers hearing. It will be at 7 . Thursday aug. 31 at american legion Post 563,5777 Kellogg ave., California the aug. 1 journal Story had an incorrect time and location the former due to misinformation pro. Idea and toe latter based on an incorrect assume Ion by the reporter. The journal also was told that toe application will be on file for Public review at the it Washington Branch Post office. The corps has announced that a copy of the file be placed in the it. Washington Branch of the Public Library 2049 Beechmont ave. Board sets Low priority on Little run area Park dry this week in Forest Hills 26 business 19 Harvey Paul 8 Church 16 real estate 20 classifieds 21-24 restaurants 19 fashion is wrightin9s 8 touring county 8 Forest Hills journal 564 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244 528-1111 100% coverage of Anderson township a it. Washington a Newtown California every tuesday. Forest Hills journal August 8, 1978. Published weekly on tuesdays at 564 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244. Circulation aug item a there might be another Hamilton county Park District Park in the Anderson township Clermont county area some Day. But it has a Bottom priority according to Stewart l. Welsh Deputy director. Robert c. Lewis acting director of toe Park District said that although there is a Park on the master plan in the Little dry run Road area there Are no future plans concerning it. Both Welsh and Lewis have said that All moneys Are going to Purchase land for Woodland Mound in the Southeastern portion of Hamilton county. Lewis Welsh and Roger Pfeil assistant director of the Hamilton county regional planning commission agree now that there is no real reason for a Park in that area. In conversations with the journal they seemed to sympathize with the need for widening or 32 As is being proposed for sections of Clermont county. The need for More accessibility to toe Eastgate mall and the Batavia Ford Plant is causing the push. Lewis said his department has been told a woman in the Little dry run Road area has deeded some land to the Park District. The land is in both Hamilton and Clermont counties. He would not be any More specific. Pfeil said a 2,453-acre Park was recommended running Northeast from Little dry run Road and straddling the county line. In 1974 the Park proposal was made As part of an open space plan in Hopes that a tax Levy would be passed. It was an alternative to the Southeast Park now called Woodland Mound. Welsh said the design was sort of a a a planner a on the he feels the Woodland Mound is a better alternative. Woodland Mound and Withrow nature preserve he said Are now getting toe attention of Park officials. The Little dry run area Park said Welsh a May never be a we would rather buy wooded Hills and streams and avoid footage Alonga Road a he said noting there is considerable Industry in the general Vicinity and he feels a Park would take away tax base from any expansion there the Park District he added also does not want to Purchase Homes if it can avoid it because of the hassles involved. Little dry run Road is off or 32 in Newtown and Anderson township Only about two Miles West of the county line. The newspaper regrets any resulted t inconvenience., Thomas p. Nack colonel with the corps and District Engineer said the hearings purpose is to a insure that every Effort will be made to identify and evaluate All reasonably foreseeable beneficial and Adverse effects of the proposed he added a the final decision on whether to Issue or deny toe permit will be made on toe basis of How the implementation of this proposed plan would affect the Overall Public interest. A a nah factors which May be relevant to the proposal will be considered among those Are conservation economics aesthetics general environmental concerns historic values fish and wildlife values flood damage prevention land use navigation recreation water Supply water Quality Energy needs safety food production and in. General the needs and welfare of toe people. A Oral statements supporting or opposing the project will be heard. A however a said Nack a for accuracy of the record All important facts and arguments should be submitted in writing. Written statements May be presented at the meeting or mailed to the corps office prior to the scheduled meeting All statements both written and Oral will become part of the official record on the application and will be available for Public Bill chr1sman, chief of the permit evaluation Section of the Louisville corps office said his office handles 150 to 200 permit applications a year but that Only three or four go to hearings. This year is no exception he added. The Hamilton county Board of zoning appeals approved a special use permit for the $800,000 facility by a 5-0 vote. It is planned for 6761 Kellogg ave., near River Downs. Dar Roll Hawkins of the corps permits and evaluations Section said the corps has Only jurisdiction Over the Barge loading portion of the facility. The Grain terminal could be constructed on toe land if Grain was to be disbursed by train and or truck. It is not seen As Likely that the proposed site would be feasible for non River use. If the corps approves the application construction could begin As soon As the firm has the necessary permits from the Ohio environmental Protection Agency. Quot the corp is inviting to the aug 31 hearing All interested parties including the officials of any county City Quot town or local associations whose interest May be affected by the proposed project. Dravo corp. Plans reclamation efforts recreation residential and Industrial areas May be developed in Newtown in the next decade according to Long Range plans outlined by the Dravo corp. The company wants to mine new areas while filling the land it has mined for gravel and Sand in the past according to a report filed with the villages planning and zoning commission. Reclamation efforts have already brought a 40-acre Industrial Park on Roun Bottom Road. Long Range development plans also Call for work on about 300 acres along Little dry run Road. Major developments would not be completed before 1983, the report indicated. Tickets going fast for Anderson Day at stadium tickets Are going fast for the sept. 11 Cincinnati reds is. Houston astros baseball game which is Anderson township Day at riverfront stadium according to Bob Mills chairman of the committee for the sponsoring Anderson chamber of Commerce. Tickets Are on Sale at the Anderson Hills office of first National Bank Anderson office of Central Trust Bank Kunkel apothecary at Beechmont and Markley and Beechmont mall Shilliton a offices. Tickets sell for $5 each and Are in the Blue Section sections 148 and 149. Off third base according to Mills manager of the local first National Bank office. The chamber has 400 tickets set aside for residents of the general a Nderson Coin Muni i a he a dded dear Reader every four weeks you receive a visit from our journal carriers. They Are there to collect 4<k for their service of delivering the journal to your residents every tuesday. The 40< you May or May not give them is an important supplement to their income. The receipt you receive upon payment is Worth dollars toward a merchants service in your Community so you can easily consider it an advantageous Swap out. But transcending the economics is the substantial fact that this collection encounter in All likelihood is the carriers initial Contact with the Public in Masse. I implore you to have a tinge of compassion when dealing with our carriers As they set out to collect this week and next. Far from being strangers they Are extremely Likely to be a resident of your Street or at the very least your neighbourhood. Thank you for this consideration. Ron Hartman circulation manager

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