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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - August 29, 1978, Cincinnati, OhioVol. 18 no. 17 Waw Waw tuesday August 29,1978 single copy 15c about 8,500 begin classes in Forest Hills last big splash children splash and swim during the last week at the it. Washington recreation Center s Pool. The Pool was scheduled to close sunday aug. 29 but due to extra membership monies it was one of the few Cincinnati pools that was Able to stay open until Friday aug. 25. Forest Hills school children about 8,500 Strong marched into classrooms today few the first Day of the new school year. For 28 new teachers to the District the school year began thursday. They met with District administrators in the morning and their respective principals in their buildings in the afternoon. Starting at 8 . Monday All teachers had a full Day of work. Members of the District office staff were dispersed to each of the District s 10 schools. Department meetings were held in the afternoon. There has been a lot of planning Over the summer getting ready for the year according to supt. Robert c. Wolf. Wolf is hesitant in predicting the enrolment this year but believes it will be under that for last year. A the school building Boom has stopped and now we can really concentrate of curriculum a he said. Local elementary parochial schools opening school starts this week and next for the area elementary and High school students. Tom Steinmetz principal of it. Washington elementary said his doors will open sept. 6. The class Day runs from 8 45 . To 2 45 . The cims program a computerized diagnostic program which can inventory the performance of a student in math and Reading will be continued this year. A the program enables us to keep a continuing Monitor of a students performance a Steinmetz said a it Zoglio Hopes to form track club jogging is becoming so popular Here that a local resident is seeking to form the Forest Hills track club. Mike Zoglio said a for those who wish to enter Competition there is recognition for the individual and Community is such a club. Increase can interest in track result in diverting or increasing the used dive funds to track programs a he believes. Those who might have experience in arranging and organizing groups Are sought in possibly managing the club he said a i would be very Happy to have an initial meeting at my Home or if a Large number of people Are interested in finding a location for an initial Zoglio sees the main Benefit of a track club is a keeping those less self disciplined individuals such As % myself in a year round running program. A for Novice joggers there is an increased potential that they will continue running and realize their own personal goals. Overall it provides a source of enthusiasm encourages and makes running fun a he added. In telling of the Bene fits to the individual Mike said Many already know the cardiovascular benefits one can achieve through running. A these Are reflected in effective weight control increased endurance the relative ease of participation in other sports the higher Levels of Energy one can experience in All daily activities and longer life Span a Zoglio said. Those persons interested in the concept of a track club Are asked to Call him at 232-4016 or write him at Home 6835 Stonington rd., Cincinnati 0.45230. Helps in planning a students placement Eastern Hills elementary will open its doors sept. 6 As will the Junior High. The elementary starts at 8 30 . And dismisses at 2 30. The Junior High begins at 8 05 . And dismisses at 2 05 . Tentative enrolment for the Junior High is 475 and for the elementary 225. Lucille Compton is acting principal at the elementary school and Charles a. Williams is principal at the Junior High. Students at Mcnicholas High school started yesterday aug. 28. Classes Start at 8 . And discuss at 2 30. Principal James la Leary said enrolment this year is 940, which is about the same As last year girls a soccer has been added to the school program this year. Also remedial Reading and remedial math programs Are being expanded to ten sections each involving 180 pupils. Guardian Angel elementary school students got Back to classes yesterday at 8 . The classes dismiss at 2 00 . Enrolment this year is 880, according to sister Joel principal which is a drop of 20 children. One remedial math class has been added which makes a total of two. Also More Multi age classes have been arranged Tor tins year. There Are now four team taught classes for children in grades four five and six. Immaculate heart of Mary school opened its doors today. Classes Start at 8 . And dismiss at2 30p.m. Mrs. Patricia Armstrong is principal. The enrolment is in the mid-500�?Ts about the same As last year. This has been the main goal of the past several years especially since Turpin High was opened Turpin was the last school constructed in the District. This year Turpin High will undergo its North Central evaluation. It will be oct. 10. 11 and 12 with interviews the first two Days and the debriefing on the 12th. A we will have an idea of where we stand then a a Wolf said in a journal interview. A full evaluation of the school will be made. The District will get its final report on the school in the North Central annual meeting in Chicago. Principal Jerry Chance is expecting to make some changes on the recommendations of North Central but Wolf is confident that the school will be accredited in Good shape. Wolf admitted that the school year would have to be forecast As a a Normal with no particular highlights expected other than the North Central accreditation. He notes there Are some shifts of enrolments among the schools and that there is a High rate of turnover of residents throughout Many parts of the District. Enrolment will not be known until it is determined How Many persons moved out of the District Over the summer and did not inform District officials. Some curriculum changes have already been made Wolf said. Over the summer67 teachers As thursday hearing May be final Grain facility Battle the hearing being held by the army corps of engineers thursday evening is expected to be the last showdown Between supporters and opponents of a proposed Grain loading facility on the Ohio River. The hearing is at 7 . At american legion Post 563,5777 Kellogg ave. The corps must decide whether Queen City Grain co. Can use the River to transport Grain from an $800,000 terminal it wants to build at Kellogg Avenue near four mile Road. The Hamilton county Board of zoning appeals in july unanimously gave approval to construct four Grain silos and a loading Dock. That Board must approve construction on land zoned flood Plain. The decision was conditional on Queen City adding certain dust control devices to its construction plans. Those expected to voice opposition to the plan at the hearing Are Anderson township trustees the California Community Council and residents from Kentucky View drive whose Homes would Overlook the planned facility. Among supporters expected to be heard Are r. Turpin Fischer and Edmund Motz who both farm Large tracts of land in Anderson township. Fischer is also mayor of the Village of Newtown. They have expressed need for the facility to serve Farmers in Southern Ohio East of Cincinnati. Opponents say such a Plant will provide traffic congestion pollute the environment provide rodent problems and be a possible fire businesswoman charges discrimination by City Well As administrators sat Down and completely revised the language arts program for kindergarten through Grade 12. Wolf was profuse in Praise for All involved the Industrial arts curriculum is also revised. Four workshops on Industrial arts will be housed in the District this school year by the Ohio dept of education. Normal bus route questions were being dealt with in the final Day s before opening and the last of the painting was winding Down Large areas of the District including Anderson High and Middle school parking lots were Blaek topped. Roofs damaged by last Winters ice at Anderson middie school and Sherwood elementary were repaired. Gail Fritz director of business affairs directed the repair work. Only one faculty member a Middle school Counselor remained to be hired for the new school year continued to Page i 7 a import am notice a a there figs the possibility of a postal strike As the journal went to press late monday. In the event there is a strike it might be we Eli for All advertisers and news contributors to use other Means to get information to the journal. Classified advertising can be called to the journals classified department. 528-1111, and May be paid through use of both visa and master charge credit cards. News items should he dropped off at the journal office or at or. Kelly a cleaners in Beechmont. Male. Routine news items can not be taken Over the phone due to limited phone facilities and manpower at the journal office in order that journal employees can observe the labor Day Holiday deadlines for the sept. 5 Issue of the journal will be stepped up a Day. Deadline for news All news must be in the journal office no later than 9 . Wednesday aug. 30. Deadline for display ads All display ads must be in the journal office no later than 4 . Wednesday aug. 39. Deadline for classified liner ads 19 . Thursday aug. 31. Classifieds paid for after then will be accepted for the a too late to classify Section until 19 . Friday sept. L the journal thanks everyone for their cooperation. By de Wrightjr. Executive editor a Lunken Airport businesswoman has written the Federal aviation administration Faa in Washington protesting that Federal funding should not be Given for improvements at that Airport so Long As the City of Cincinnati is violating Federal Laws. Mrs. Cleta Callahan of avionics inc. Told the Faa that their rules and regulations specify that the Airport should be for private pilots As Well As corporate and other Type of business. She is charging that the administration at City manager William Donaldson is a a illegally planning to exclude a sector of aviation from a Public Airport. A was an outraged taxpayer As a representative of a Lunken Airport business who does not want the City to determine who my customers Are and As a citizen vitally interested in the future of aviation of Cincinnati i hereby request an investigation into the contentions made to the press by City officials she wrote the Faa. She also asked for a appropriate actions mrs. Callahan told the journal that in the past the Faa has quickly responded to such requests. She said she expects action on this matter As Well. She is planning on forming a coalition of Airport users who agree with her. She expects a Large contingent to attend the sept 7 meeting of Cincinnati City Council where the subject of not renewing leases to three businesses is said to be on the Agenda. The meeting is set for 2 . In the Council Chambers at cite Hal she Hopes to have a meeting of those interested in the problem at her office sometime before sept. 7. Copies of a letter sent to Rolland Heim Faa Airport District office in Cleveland were sent to Norm Crabtree Deputy director of aviation for the state of Ohio Henry Pifang committee member of . House of representatives Public works and transportation committee Cong Willis Gradison jr., Ohio first District and Cong. William h. Harsha Ohio sixth District congressman who is ranking Republican on the House Public works committee. She has charged that the City is seeking to eliminate three businesses from the Airport. Mrs Callahan listed them As Maier aviation air flight service and Blue Ash aircraft. In her letter to the Faa she said the City has refused to extend a Long term lease to Maier aviation located with the other two on Lunke South line. Leases said expire oct. 4. None of the three have been Able to obtain new leases mrs. Callahan wrote the officials. The 30-year lease is in violation of this Rule she has implied. She said Maier has been offered a maximum of two years at 5l�2 cents per Square foot by the City and a has been Given no explanation other than the City wishes to Reserve the area for what they consider More desirable she told the aviation officials that Maier has operated at Lunken for 25 years a a successfully while Cincinnati aircraft a was in bankruptcy at the time the special consideration lease was extended to them. A this she charged a is blatant she told the journal a the actions of the City administrators clearly demonstrates they know nothing about aviation and seemingly know less about finances. A in my estimation these individuals have received some very bad advice and Are pursuing a destructive goal. Nevertheless they Are m a position to1 do so and have stated their determination she told the journal that since speaking out against the City a plans for the Airport some 1 ii tinted to Pago i. A this week in Forest Hills l i mater aviation with facilities on lie Southern perimeter of Lunken Airport Ami two other companies operating in that area stand to lose leases because of the fool Trees of the Cincinnati cite government taken employ c a Lul of 1 a a Fysh Salabor Day weekend is Only a few Days away. Have a Safe and sane Holiday and enjoy. There a plenty of news and information in this weeks journal. Page 17b details the Forest Hills schools objectives for this school year. Anderson township was turned into a ufos area for an encounter the other Day. Actually it was for a scene in a movie to premiere in Cincinnati. Story and details Page 9. Ron Barrett Hopes to be a emr Story on Page 15. Hamilton county special olympics is Richer by $525, thanks to some local kids hard work. Details on Page 3. Fine lines on Page 22 reviews a Burt Reynolds movie and another called a eyes of i i a South Dakota Quot moonscape is described on Page 12 in words and photo. Forest Hills schools adult education Page 5. Program details or bridal news j4 Fine lines 22 business u restaurants 15 Church 3 real estate it classified editorial if-21 weightings 6 Forest Hills journal 564 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244528-1111 100% coverage of Anderson township my. Washington Newtown California a every tuesday. Forest Hills journal August 29, 1978. Published weekly on tuesdays at 564 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244. Circulation audited by

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