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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - January 8, 1975, Cincinnati, OhioFlex spite or project Hio historical society 1 and 17 the ave. To ills journal so 100% coverage of a Anderson township it. Washington Newtown a California by . Mail vol. 14 no. 34 wednesday january 8, 1975 4 sections 24 pages a 564 Batavia Pike cd Cincinnati Ohio 45244kyle Carpenter wins first contest Kyle Carpenter is the Winner of the journals first baby of the year contest. The six Pound. 11 ounce baby was born 1 19 . Jan. 1 to Jennifer and Kent Carpenter 1111 Morningside circe Milford. Or. George Wierwille delivered Kyle at our lady of mercy Hospital. Kyle measured 20 inches Long. He is the carpenters first child Carpenter is a supervisor at Container corporation of America in Blue Ash. He reported that baby and Mother arrived Home last saturday Jan. 4. A it was a trying first Day a he said. That afternoon a prospective buyer of Carpenter s motorcycle failed to return after taking a test drive. Car the buyer drove up in was stolen but Carpenter added both baby and Mother Are Fine. Other new years Day births in the area included the birth of James Keith West the eight Pound three ounce son of Della and James West Amelia. He was born at 3 13 . At Bethesda Hospital Cincinnati. James is the West a third child. They have two daughters Angela six years old and Sherry Ann three years old. Candy Cox was bom shortly before Midnight at Good Samaritan Hospital. The daughter of Elizabeth and Bill Cox it. Washington arrived at 11 56 ., dec. 31. The Cox s first daughter weighed in at eight pounds seven ounces and was reported to have three1 Inch Long Coal Black hair. Although Candy Quot was too Early for the journals first baby contest she was Able to get something else for her parents a Mother tax exemption for 1974. Kyle Carpenter and his parents As winners of the first baby contest will be Given a number of prizes from scores of leading area merchants. List of the the prizes and Are As follows the new baby will Recave a pair of jumping jacks first step Trainer shines from manner s shoes first Pri ascription filled free from Kunkel apothecary ten Eisenhower dollars from fifth third Bank in it. Washington $20 gift certificate Worth of infants clothing from Shil Litows Beechmont mall $5 Bank account from Beechmont Ford $5 wort h of baby needs from Beacon Foo i Mart savings account at then Earest office of citizens ban first air spoon and Fork from Smith Jewe lers $5 gift certificate for baby food from Lucas Fine foods $5 savings account from Southern Ohio Bank Cherry Grove $10 Worth of baby food from Sheatzley Siga in Ameli at paint for the baby a Nursery from if err y amp Derrick decorating Center baby a room carpet cleaned free from Amelia carpet $5 gift local woman sings solos for president it. Washington Dee Stevens daughter of or. And mrs. Herbert Stevens Dawes Lane Sang two solos for president Ford among others in Vail Colo. Christmas eve. She Wasny to positive she Sang for the president until her parents told her the next morning related mrs. Stevens. They had heard an the news that the chief executive was in the audience for the performance. Miss Stevens was the wily soloist at the lutheran service held at Vail interfaith Chapel. Mrs. Stevens an area Leader in women a club circles for Many years said that her daughter was fairly sure that mrs Ford was in the audience for the service because a secret service Man came to her after Tine service to express the preside its appreciation for her solos a ooh holy night and a what child is this a she has Sung with the Church choir for the past couple of years. Her parents he a Cincinnati Hanning director got a real excited when they Learned the president would be attending services when e Dee was to sing. The event the n ight before was the main topic of the Christmas Day Telephone Call. Dee Haas relayed that the presidents vacation at Vail this year has Besen a played Low none of the merchants Are Selling presidential moments or anything continued to Page 9 automotive bridal news business review chess Church classified editorial Foley Bernice Harvey Paul &e.m. People Stai Alley Stephen b. Weightings 7 8 4.5,12 8 13 14.15 2,2r i 16 10 20 4 Man hate of tax certificate towards the Purchase of any lamp fixture for baby a room from Light fixtures inc. Parents of the ne4f baby will receive a $10 dry cleaning certificate from the pro shop a Complete dinner of their Choice from la Rosa s pizzeria it. Carmel a Blue grass Boneless Ham from Rich a Fine meats three to four Green Plant arrangement in baby Container from Cowperthwaite a Broadmoor am transistor radio from Salem hardware $5 gift certificate for any merchandise in the store from Andres Supply company a fruit Basket from p amp j fruit Market $10 gift certificate for any Fine project from Rose Brothers a $5 gift certificate from Aladdin realty $5 gift certificate from Roy Ijo Gers family restaurant two free car washes from Beechmont car Wash dinner of their Choice from Al Rancho Rankin Motel Mother will receive a permanent wave from the hair Barrett. Father will receive two haircuts from senior amp Stotler Barber shop. Baby a family will receive Chicken dinner from Golden Point. There is also a free lubrication and Oil change for mom or dads car from Forestville Texaco. Inside the journal the journal on Page 7 of this Issue begins to provide a new Market place for the Many Fine Auto dealers i far Eastern Hamilton county and Clermont county areas. Section will feature bargains in both new and late Model used cars. A of the dealers Are saying that a now is the right time to buy a car. Trade ins Are High and prices Are Low to move the Large selection of autos they have on a come alive in 75. Get out and get a new car now a add the dealers. Some help seen on Forest Hills school deficit Forest Hills Board of education was said to be Quot encouraged about a larger than expected rate of growth in the school districts tax duplicate Robert c. Wolf superintendent said the Board has been meeting in several sessions since getting the Newte. The 1974 tax duplicate is now at $160 million up $10,934,470 from the 1973 rate of $149,065,530, a 7.33 per cent jump according to figures compiled by Gail j. Fritz clerk trea surer. This tax duplicate will generate \ for the District some $5,057,600 at the 35 per cent duplicate rate collectable in 1975 normally the property tax duplication is not known until january when the tax Bills Are sent a out. This time the Bills went out. Just after Christmas in the latter part of 1974 and thus the information was available in. Time to put in the projection Fritz told. Personal property tax is up $3 million from previous year Wolf and Fritz both told the journal that they Are Uncertain How much the state income will be for 1975. They estimate it will be in the Range of $2.33 million to $2.50 million. It is dependent upon the formula that legislature adopts this session. The former figure is the lowest guarantee possible. All of this adds up to the fact that a continued to Page 9 Obrien lie ads 1975 Anderson i Toad trustees Likely to rotate presidency Forest h ills journal january 8, 197s published weekly on wednesdays at 564 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244. Controlled circulation postage Paida Cincinnati Ohio. If the composition of the Anderson township trustees stays the Samb in the next few years and current Harmony continue there is a Good likelihood the Board presidency will be rotated every year. This was indicated to the journal by those close to the situation. The three members of the Board apparently have had some discussions among themselves that Harmony must prevail As Well As Forward thinking Jan. 2�?Ts annual reorganization meeting seemed to characterize this. John of Brien in his second year on the Anderson township Board of trustees was elected the new Board president. He had been vice president in 1974 and filled in during the illness and subsequent death of Joseph w. Maddux president last year Tom Taylor newest trustee nominated o Brien. He told the journal either of Brien or Don Papner could be elected president but Papner had been president for two years and thus his nomination of of Brien. Papner was elected vice president. Of Brien said All the trustees he feels a have the Best interests of the township at heart first and he said trustees have a a lot of priorities to contend with. Taylor volunteered to chair the boards Hospital welfare and sanitation committee. Since the third fire House is nearing completion Papner said he would be a Happy to continue to chair the buildings and maintenance committee. Of Brien appointed himself to head the roadwork committee. There were no objections from either of other trustees. Taylor volunteered to head the fire and police committees since he has had a Chance to become acquainted with the firemen. John Dahlheimer was reappointed head of the township Road and maintenance department. In moving the appointment Papner said Dahlheimer so cooperation has continued to Page 9 new Day time for trustees meetings Anderson township trustees have a new meeting Date and time. At it their Jan. 2 reorganization meeting trustees decided to meet on the third thursday of the month at 7 30 ., effective with the Jan. 16 meeting. This is changed from 7 The last thursday of the month. The thinking was it would be More convenient for trustees and the Public alike to meet at 7 30 Rather than 7. Clerk e. Walter Black suggested moving the meeting up m the month so there oui be no conflict with thanksgiving and Christmas holidays As there was in 1974. The meetings were changed several years ago from twice a month on tuesday to once a month on the last thursday. Thursday seems to be acceptable to All concerned it was Felt by the trustees that one meeting a month was sufficient for Normal business and special meeting could be called As needed. This policy is being plans revealed for it. Washington California recreation by Diane Dube Peacock Gam and partners inc. Presented the master plan study for it. Washington and California at a meeting with the Cincinnati recreation commission arc yesterday. The study Marks the completion of a nine month study of recreational needs in the two communities. The consulting firm also presented plans for Multi Community facilities and master plans for eight other communities they had studied. The purpose of these Community master plans is to serve As a Glide for t he development of Quality recreation facilities to meet the needs of residents of the Community. The plans Are intended to serve for a it proximal try ten years and identify property which needs to be preserved now for future recreation development within the next ten years. The recommends tons and plans show the potential existing in the Community to meet the communities needs the master plan does not guarantee that these facilities will be developed but is intended to function 3s a guide for both the Cincinnati Public recreation commission and the Community in working for the implementation of the no surprises in master plan for California recreation facilities there Are no surprises in the master plan it for recreational facilities in the California comm flirty. The recommendations in the master plan were presented at the third Public meeting in late August. The firm Peacock Gam and partners inc. Were to have presented the California master plan at a meeting with the Cincinnati recreation commission yesterday see related Story the master plan recommends that the present Public facilities be maintained As Long As the need for Public recreation facilities exist. The use of the Center As a red Cross station in time of flood should also continue. There Are three existing Public facilities in California Ebersole Community Center California nature preserve and Day Camp and California Golf course. Ebersole Center 5701 Kellogg ave., is a 1.1 acre facility owned and operated by the arc. It has game rooms Craft rooms toilets and meeting areas. Outside areas include a limited paved play area Tot lot and Horseshoe court. Parking is inadequate. The building is Well used in terms of percentage of population and is very important As a red Cross first Aid station in times of severe flooding. This site is at one of the highest elevations in the residential area and has vehicular Access even in times of flood. It is important to maintain this Center and its use for the Community because it is the Only Public building in the Community As there lire no schools etc., in the area. Nature preserve and Day Camp 5400 Kellogg ave., is 79 acres of wooded Valley owned by the arc. Another 34.38 acres Are leased from the water works. There is a resident caretaker a shelter building and a shallow Pool. This is used As a City wide nature study and outdoor education area. The pedestrian Access from California is poor due to the traffic on Kellogg Avenue. The facility is very important to the City As an area where Many of the City a children can gain a first hand experience with nature. The Golf course 5700 Kellogg ave., is an 18 Hole 279.1 acre Golf course owned by the water works 200.7 and the arc 78.4. There is a clubhouse with support facilities and Larking. It functions As a regional facility and is financially self supporting. The consultant recommends three things for the Center maintain facilities As Long As the Community demonstrates sufficient need provide parking for 11 cars and relocate volleyball and tetherball on the site and provide an additional Horseshoe court. The report states that Ebersole Center a is the Only Public Interior space in the Community and serves As a red Cross station in times of flood. The site improvements would improve both functions of the land is owned by the recreation commission. The consultant also recommends that the Western part of the bal Fields be properly drained and maintained and Adl the Fields be maintained for Community use. In the event that the water works utilizes All of the existing Public facilities continued to Page 18 plans and proposals. After arc approves the report the plans will be turned Over to the civic leaders in each Community. Each plan includes the following comprehensive indoor and outdoor facilities specific sports and activity areas children a play areas special recreation features taking into account any special natural Community resources and recreation facilities designed for All Ages residing in the specified areas and All economic and ethnic subcultures within their populations. The master plans Deal with each Community separately and the proposals Are in terms of priorities for each Community Asa separate unit. Recommendations for each Community Are based an the fallowing Complete inventory of existing recreation facilities and programs in the Community both publicly and privately owned Field Survey and evaluation of All facilities by the consultant review of extensive demographic data from the 1970 census the Cincinnati City planning commission and a the social areas of Cincinnati by Michael e. Magney from the Cincinnati human relations commission synthesis. Of recreation standards by the consultant and approval by the superintendent of recreation establishment of needs and desires of residents through open pre planning conferences with Community councils and recognized recreation groups in each of the a neighbor hoods and two Post planning neighbourhood meetings with submittal of All plans for Community review and approval. A documentation of these Multi Community facilities proposed for flood Plain old Coney Island a Multi Community facility on the Little Miami flood Plain and the Purchase of old Coney Island Are two of the proposals to alleviate overcrowding of Community facilities. The Multi Community facilities Are part of the report by Peacock Gam and partners inc. Presented to the Cincinnati recreation commission arc at a meeting yesterday see related Story. The firm is proposing five Multi Community facilities the Mill Creek Field sports Complex Center Hill the Powel Crowley baseball Complex Eastwood Field sports Complex Little Miami soccer baseball Complex and the Purchase of old Coney Island. The proposed Little Miami baseball soccer Complex would be located on 103 acres Between the Little Miami River and Wooster Road East of emeral place. A the facility would provide much needed organized league Field play space for the Eastern communities of Cincinnati a the report reads. A it would help take pressure off Community Fields in California it. Washington it. Lookout East end Linwood and Hyde Park. The proposal is not in conflict with the proposed relocation of . 50 corridor a a cd and maintains a 400 foot nature Park Buffer along the Little Miami the proposed facilities induce a Quarter mile track seven baseball Fields eight soccer football Fields and three soccer baseball Fields 12 Tennis courts four Tot lots creative play areas two continued to Page 19 reviews an conferences Are in file with the Cincinnati recreation commission a Survey and review of National resources trends and literature concerning recreation facilities in order to incorporate these and other original concepts in the neighbourhood plans and general recommendations. The report standards Are recommended minimums for recreation commission facilities. They Deal with required minimums for adequate facilities to make tie City a viable place to be. The standards Are to serve As a Basic guide and Are not an absolute statement of policy. The final proposal for each Community takes Many factors into consideration such As the standards local needs and desires existing physical conditions continued to Page 17 Little Miami Canoe launch is part of master plan it. Washington recreation a Little Miami Canoe launch has been proposed As part of the it. Washington master plan for recreational facilities. Consultant Peacock Gam and partners inc. Was to have presented the master plan at the meeting of the Cincinnati recreation commission arc meeting yesterday. See related Story also in the proposal for it. Washington Are two alternate Sites for additional Tennis courts and Field play space arid recommendations for a Community Center. The proposed Lagoon parking shelter building picnic facilities and fishing area at the Little Miami Canoe launch could serve As a citywide facility providing Access to and from the Little Miami River the report states. The proposal conforms to he a Little Miami Valley study november 1972, by the Cincinnati City planning commission. The facility is off the South bound ramp of route 32 at Beechmont ave. Land is already owned by the recreation commission. The consultant recommends the consideration of a Community Center at the Eastern Hills Junior High and elementary school site. A the Sites vehicular and pedestrian accessibility As Well As its location to the total population Are Good the report states. A the design of the existing school isolates a of the air part facilities separate from the academic w ing and could easily be used efficiently in conjunction with a Community eerie. There is Field play space at the existing school site and vacant land adjacent and dose by where More Field play space is available. A Pool at this site might be warranted in the future. Further study and Community input is recommended prior to implementing a Community Center in it. the group at the last Community meeting voted 44 to 10 in favor of a Community Center in it. Washington. Die group voted 37 to 18 again locating the Center at the Eastern Hills site. 8 percent of those in at Tendance live adjacent to it the existing site. Further site study and review by a group representative of the total Community i recommended. The Purchase of that vacant Field immediately East of the Eastern Hill school site for Tennis courts and Field play space is Al recommended. A this would help alleviate the presen overuse of the it Washington playground the report states. A the area could also be used in con Junction with the proposed Community Center and could improve outdoor activity areas for the schools Access to this site alternate a could be by a Extension of Brachman ave from Beechmont ave. On an existing right of Way. This ate totalling 13.7 cars would provide land for Twe soccer football Fields s continued to Page 22

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