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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - February 12, 1980, Cincinnati, Ohio in wed i a a amp is. ,. A a a a vol. 20 no. 8 tuesday february 12,1980 single copy is cents discipline report gets mixed reactions ride sharing efforts expand in area Ixo sack 4leftformer Purcell High school Ami Xavier University athletic great accepts enshrinement into the buddy Larosa High school Hail of Fame from or. Charles Barrett. It. Washington Man in prep Hall of Fame Leo sack a my Washington resident and 1932 graduate of Purcell High school has been inducted into buddy Larosa s High school Hall of Fame. Sack was inducted by or. Charles Barrett during a banquet held feb. A downtown. A i think buddy Larosa should be commended for honouring the areas High school athletes a said sack. A i think we have a wonderful High school athletic program a he added. A one of the Best in the country. This Hall of Fame just augments any thing else tha t goes on. It brings to the attention to everybody in this area what High school athletics Are All sack was one of this areas Best quarterbacks. His assets of quickness and Speed were also beneficial during the three years he played basketball at Purcell. A Summit estates Man would like to begin a Van Pool in his area and eventually in All erf Anderson township to save Energy and Money for township residents. Arthur Hagedorn president of the sum Tiit estates civic association approached the Anderson township trustees at their january meeting and also addressed the Anderson area chamber of Commerce at its last meeting. Hagedorn is trying to get support around the township for his ideas to save Energy. A i asked the chamber for support for the idea a he said a and they agreed to support it we re not sure what the chamber can do but they will at least give Mora 1 support a at the trustees meeting in january. Hagedorn said the Van Pool idea is necessary because of the rising Price and decreasing availability of gasoline at that time he said experts Are predicting that Gas will go Over the two Dollar Mark soon and a Van Pool can significantly Cut transportation costs for commuters As Well As save fuel besides Energy and Money savings Hagedorn said his attempt to begin a Van Pool is prompted by the desire to stay off metro buses a til do just about anything not to ride on the metro again a he said. A the buses Are crowded continued to Page a-3 Gradison names Academy selections representative Bill Gradison recently nominated 40 Legal residents of the first congressional District erf Ohio for appointments to the . Service academies. Local nominees to the . Merchant Marine Academy Are Brian Vincent Moore 1828 Lois View Lane Anderson High school and Terry Patrict stautberg 8591 Kentucky View drive Mcnicholas High school. Local nominees to the . Air Force Academy Are Elizabeth Ellen Henkener 5659 Shady hollow Lane Anderson High school Robert Stanley roof 6958 g a my Well drive Turpin High school and Michael Rudolf Schetterer 8300 bridle Road Turpin High school. A . Naval Academy nominee is John Howard Quint 1370 yellow Glen drive Anderson High school. Local nominees to the . Library committee plans fund raising strategy sack was a member of Purcell a first swimming and track teams and held the Cavaliers Long jump and shot put records for Many years. As a member of the Xavier University football team sack was equally Brilliant. He tried out As a walk on his freshman year and soon earned the respect of the Xavier coaches. He also played three years of basketball at Xavier and served As co Captain the final two seasons. In 1935 sack received Xavier a highest athletic award a the legion of Honor a and was selected for Xavier a basketball Hall of Fame. Sack 65, is now retired from Western Southern insurance company and lives in it. Washington with his wife Dolores. A fund drive for the Anderson Branch of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton county will begin thursday. The purpose of the drive is to raise Money for Library items which cannot be purchased with Public funds. The Anderson Library committee a group of township residents has met three times to coordinate the drive and has set a goal of $15,000. John of Brien chairman of the committee and township trustee said the first donation for the Library has already been promised. The Sherwood Forest Garden club he said has indicated that it will donate $325 to the Anderson Library fund. The office of rep. Willis Gradison has also indicated a willingness to donate 15 bound volumes of the congressional record from the first and second sessions of the 94 the Congress of Brien said. The Library will be the largest Branch in the system with 11,500 Square feet of space. It will be located at 7450 state Road and will Cost Over $650,000. The Library will initially be stocked with 20,000 bodes with plans to eventually grow to 70,000. It will also include a Community room and Reading area children a room adult Reading room and conference rooms. Of Brien said Public funds cannot be used for Many items which the new Library will need. A there Are several things Whicha Are actually necessary but can to be bought out of Public Money. There Are complicated Laws about what the funds can be used for and several items Arentt covered a of Brien said. He said movie and slide projectors screens docks and listening tables Are included in the items which must be Pur do sed through h Dona tons. The Valentines Day kick off for the fund drive of Brien said will be an Opportunity to use the slogan a have a heart support your Library by the committee. The drive will end dec. 1 to try to a tie up Loose ends before the opening a he said. According to architectural and construction estimates of Brien said completion Date for the Library is 300 working Days from the Jap. 28 groundbreaking. Solicitations for donations will begin soon of Brien said with letters being sent to township residents and businesses. He said donations Are tax deductible and checks can be made out to the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton county. Donors should indicate that the donation is for the Anderson Library fund and Send it to Judy Hutchison 7099 old Chapel Cincinnati Ohio 45244. Military Academy Are Stephen James tally. 1713 Stonehouse Lane Mcnicholas High school Michael Vincent Hunter 8430 Chadwick Lane Mcnicholas High school Gregg Wilson Welling 660 watch Point drive Anderson High school <�?T?8> and Christopher Peter Kapsa 8� Bonanza Lane. Anderson High school. The next classes will enter the . Air Force Academy the . Naval Academy the . Military Academy and the .-merchant Marine Academy this july. A i a am very pleased to nominate these outstanding candidates for the first districts vacancies a representative Gradison said. A a now that i have made my nominations the next step is for the academies to select those who will be offered the a i am nominating two candidates to the . Merchant Marine Academy. Merchant Marine Academy appointments Are based on state quotas so my nominees will compete with other Ohio nominees for two of the state vacancies a representative Gradison said. According to nominating procedures for the. Air Force Academy Annapolis and West Point every congressional District can have five appointments in Quot each Academy at any one time. Vacancies occur when a Cadet graduates or with continued to Page 42 by Cheryl Bauer staff writer portions of a Bill concerning school discipline have some students and adults upset. The Bill introduced into the Ohio legislature by sen. Thomas f. Walsh of Canton incorporates recommendations made in a report by the governors task Force on school discipline. Or. Everett l. Jung chairman of the task Force said All but one of the parents he has talked to support the recommendations contained in the report. A after school financing the biggest concern people have with the schools is discipline a or. Jung said. A Hamilton surgeon Jung is a member and past president of the state Board of education. Former Withrow teacher Wells Didlick also served on the 15-member statewide task Force. He was not available for comment. Recommendations in the report were directed toward the state Board of education and department of education local school boards and the state legislature. Three recommendations to the legislature have drawn the most fire so far. They Are anyone Between Ages 14 to 18 who is convicted of assaulting a school employee should receive the same penalty an adult would receive for the same charge. School officials have the right to search the personal belongings and lockers of students if they have probable cause to believe that these contain drugs weapons of alcohol. The recommendation also states that copies of keys and combinations should be kept in the principals office. If a students locker is to be searched the student and his Parent or guardian should be notified immediately. Anyone under 18 must receive a a Good behave or affidavit from their school before they can be issued a temporary or permanent Drivers License. If school officials revoke the Good behaviour affidavit the students License would be invalidated until another Good behaviour affidavit was granted. Cases could be reviewed at the end of each grading period. A if you misbehaved at the beginning of a grading period you a be out of a License for two months. That a longer than if you received a traffic citation a noted Tim Perfil president of student Council at Milford High school. A a that a not fair. A lot of kids depend on their licenses especially for work and they re really cautious out on the Road a he added. He does no to feel there is any correlation Between misbehaving at school and being a Good Driver. Amy Christin senior class president at Anderson High school agrees with Pohl that there Isnit any connection Between driving habits and behaviour at school. A a that a really terrible a she commented. A you can to compare behaviour at school with driving. Some really Good students Are terrible Drivers and some bad students Are excellent a if we re going to teach kids that they Are responsible for the results of their actions wed better have punishments for that action not something unrelated a observed Margie Robertson director of the american civil liberties Union a a Clu in Cincinnati. She also criticized the proposal As a Case of school interference in a non school matter the right to drive Robertson called the recommendation concerning searching school lockers a the schools would be duplicating the efforts of the police they should not assume police Powers a Robertson said. A a lot of kids feel school is a prison anyway. If you have a prison atmosphere you done to continued to Page b-12 classified ads can now be billed the Forest Hills journal and the Community journal Are now Able to better serve their classified customers with the availability of Billing service. Starting immediately residents of the areas served by the journal newspapers can have a classified placed in the journal by of merely picking up the phone and calling 528-1111 from 8 30 until 5 . Monday through Friday its that easy. A Friendly advisor will help word the and and see that it is published when it will do the most Good the journal is continuing the policy of running a classified liner and the second time in a four Day period. This Means that for As Little As $4 an and can appear in More than 60,000 Homes twice in a week to make sure that the and brings the desired results. There Are several ways of paying for the and through Cash Check or Money order put on a visa or master charge credit card or be billed. This week in Forest Hills Paul Harvey comes up with one of his most unusual ideas to Date in his column on the editorial Page of today a journal. He says maybe we should begin the draft of older men. See the column on Page a-4. The Turpin spartans and the Mcnicholas rockets Square off in basketball action tonight and the game could be very interesting the rockets have had trouble lately losing two of their last three games w Hile Turpin has won three of its last four see the preview on Page a-7. An Anderson township Man is angry about what he sees As overdevelopment on Beechmont Avenue and he lets his feelings be known through Public forum Page a-4. Brides by h-5 real estate b f-7 classified b8-10 sports a -7 editorial a-4 Forest Hills journal 564 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244 5281111 100% coverage of Anderson town ship it. Washington Newtown California every tuesday and Friday. Circulation 8 9j verified audited by 1 zvtj5s� one Way to fight Back a billboard on Beechmont Avenue in Forestville urges Drivers to keep their Speed under the 55 Mph limit. The billboard Complete with the leering face of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini of Iran is a reminder to motorists to save Energy by driving within Speed limits. Journal photo Macconnell
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