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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - January 22, 1975, Cincinnati, OhioColuffl5u3 i Ellills journal vol. 14 no. 36 wednesday january 22, 1975 4 sections 24 pages 100% coverage of Anderson township no it. Washington Newtown a California by . Mail564 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244u.s. 6not looking at expanded horizons says Paul Harvey by . Wright publisher in an exclusive journal interview with Paul Harvey nationally syndicated columnist whose comments appear weekly in the journal he said Quot the trouble with America today is that we have spent too much time looking Down the wrong end of the Quot we Are not looking at the expanding horizons but Are too much interested in the troubles that Are to be seen when reversing the Telescope and magnifying on the wrong following his appearance on the Quot come alive in �?T75�?� program at convention Hall last week Harvey talked with us regarding the problems and cures of America today. In exclusive Quot too Many want to just fan the flame Quot he said but real historians Quot will not panic when a Small recession hits the country for does no to this occur every seven or eight years. Americans have Quot to take a positive look ahead and affirm our Faith a Harvey said Quot it is the Long look that is the important one a in classifying himself As neither a writer or an announcer Harvey said Quot i guess you can say in a a professional Parade watcher. A he said that he had changed his viewpoint on the Viet Nam War Over the years and admits that he was 180 degrees in the wrong direction. He said that it is necessary to constantly update your convictions. On the Oil crisis Harvey said Quot it is inconceivable that we would even think of going to War Over the Lack of Oil rather than to reduce our own appetite for it Here in he asked Quot if Canada cancelled its agreements for Oil with us would we go to War with Canada if not then there must be something More to the far East situation than just not being potentially Able in the future to get All the Oil we need at a fair Harvey says that he is always up at 4 . To make his Early morning broadcasts and when he is on the West coast it Means up at 2 i be was the headline speaker at the sales rally held last week and was Given a standing ovation by the audience before and after he spoke. Harvey a copyrighted column appears exclusively in print in greater Cincinnati in Only the Forest Hills journal and the Community Hope to kill a paper Tiger with third Park authority Anderson by de Wrightjr. Editor Anderson township Likely could have three Park authorities. Right now the township Park Board is in operation legally. But because of present Laws it can to receive funds from the trustees. This Means that anything that involves Money can t be accomplished by Board members. And most of Park boards plans require Money. So the Board has been stymied in its years of have 3 Park boards f Al Park Board members from time to time have been advocating both privately and publicly that their Park Board should be done away with. There is no disagreement on this from present Park Board members or trustees. How to get rid of the Board is the problem. On a 2-1 vote at their monthly meeting last thursday night trustees decided to create a body that could be a second Park authority. Meanwhile the Hamilton county Park Board has been planning a 2000-acre regional Park Lor Southeastern part of an Derson township and southwestern part of Clermont. Full text of what trustees Tom Taylor and John of Brien voted for Quot resolved that the Board erf trustees of Anderson township Hamilton county Ohio hereby authorises the creation of a Park District comprising the geographic area of Anderson township Hamilton county Ohio subject to chapter 1545 of the Ohio revised code. Gradison to move to Anderson there is a possibility that Anderson township residents will have their . Representative living in their neighbourhood. Willis d. Gradison or. Indicated that he might possibly move to this area if the democrats move to redraw the District line is upheld in court. The new first congressional District would include outlying land heavily Republican areas including Anderson township. Gradison a current residence would not be in that District. Although he is not required by Law to live in the District he represents the freshman representative said he would consider moving Back into the first District a to stay in the District i there was a report that Gradison was considering moving to Glendale or Indian Hill a move Gradison said is doubtful because his wife a Law Gradison gets committee seats first District . Representative Willis d. Gradison or. Will probably be appointed to a seat on the banking currency and housing committee a seat the freshman representative wanted. Formal vote on the committee appointments should be made this week. Gradison will probably also sit on the government operations committee the committee that deals with Revenue sharing. Gradison told the journal he is pleased with both committee seats. Gradison has been appointed treasurer of the Ohio Republican delegation there Are 15 members in that delegation. Also Gradison represents the freshmen Republican representatives on the committee on committees. Staff appointments for Gradison a offices Are incomplete at this time. Annette Wishard and Tim Brown Are in charge of the Cincinnati office. Most of the staff will be in Cincinnati Gradison said a adding that he Hasni to decided if he will have a neighbourhood office. His Cincinnati office is in the Federal building 550 main Street 684-2456. Gradison said he will continue the neighbourhood walks that he had during the Campaign. Turners resignation change Liason program the unexpected resignation of Cincinnati City manager e. Robert Turner will probably not affect the Liason program established by the office of management services. It. Washington and California Liason James Buckalew told the journal he. Does t for see Quot any drastic Impact at this time although it could change when the new City manager is named. Quot if we get a professional like Turner there will be no problem at All a he said although there will be minor changes. The office of management ser inside the journal want to fight inflation who does no to Why not take advantage of the hundreds of dollars Worth of savings being offered on two pages of solid coupons during Coupon Days sponsored by the journal papers and the participating merchants. Turn now to the coupons on pages 8 and 9 and Happy bargain Hunting there Are plenty of bargains to be found on the Auto Page As Well. It is on Page 16 this week. Another Coupon for a glad wrap is exclusively in the journal on Page 4. Automotive business review chess column Church classified editorial Foley Bernice weightings. 16 19,22 5 24 14,15 20,21 \ 5 21 Forest Hills journal january 22, 1975 published weekly on wednesdays at 564 batavia.,Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244. Controlled circulation postage paid at Cincinnati Ohio. Vices was created in the late sixties before Turner took Over As City manager. Management services works directly with the City managers office. The City manager made his Surprise announcement at a press conference last Friday january 17. He has accepted a position As vice president of Federated department stores inc., and will assume his new responsibilities As of March 1,1975. Quot i make this announcement with what must Best be described As mixed feelings a Turner said in a prepared statement a a sincere regret that i am leaving the City government and the Fine people with whom in be been associated these past two years and nine months and genuine appreciation that i will be Able to continue to live in a City that my family and i have come to love in the time we have lived Turners new duties which will be primarily National in scope will involve Public affairs in every division in the 20 states and countless communities in which Federated operates. Turner said his new position will Quot offer me a unique Opportunity to practice what in be been preaching for the past several years that the problems of Urban America can Only be solved by an intensive partnership Eilfort i the part of Public and private interests in the cities and counties across this the City manager said that he had Only just recently realized that Quot it was time for me to change direction in my life for my own Sake and More importantly for the Sake of my Turner has been involved in City management for Over 20 years. Pointing to the grind of continued to Page 13 office is in Withamsville. Anderson township would be More of a Gradison also said he just might move six blocks away from his current residence in Hyde Park. That six Block move would put Gradison Back in his first District. Gradison said he was waiting to see what happens in the court. Quot id like them to leave it the District line alone a he said. Quot i feel i know a the District. Its a challenging District. In a excited about the present District a a of Hing out that the District is a a Jar som of the problems of the whole country his constituents include Rich and poor Black and White. A i really like what the District is a he commented. Quot in a amazed at How Many representatives Are from just an agricultural or just a City Gradison admitted it will be Quot Tough to represent each and every persons interests but Quot Congress itself has to reconcile these conflicts the freshman representative has been criticized for using the term Quot representative in Congress rather than Quot member of Congress Quot in his correspondence. Gradison pointed out that Quot representative in Congress Quot is the historical term and said he preferred it because it Quot better conveys Quot the reason he is in a a Congress. Gradison was sworn in by speaker Carl Albert last week. He is one of 93 freshmen the largest beginning class in recent memory. It is a group that Quot has to be reckoned also Gradison pointed out half of those in the House of representatives have been elected for the first time since 1970. Commenting on the deposition of several ranking committee chairman Gradison said some were caught by Surprise and predicted that a those chairmen who survive will be More sensitive to the feelings of the newer some chairmen were considered to be dictatorial and unconcerned with the opinions of the new members he said. Gradison said he is studying president Gerald Fords Economy and Energy proposals and feels Ford is a on the right More mews about recent Anderson township trustee action on Page 13 Quot be it further resolved that the authorized name of the Park District shall be Anderson township Park District. A be it further resolved that this Resolution shall constitute an application to the probate court of Hamilton county for the creation of a Park District to be created subject to chapter 1545 of the Ohio revised of Brien opened the discussion by explaining the problem. Unfortunately no one from the Park Board was in attendance to participate in the dialogue. In a nutshell the problem was How do you get around the Laws technicality. According to existing statues As interpreted by Paul Schuch the trustees counsel the Park Board formed earlier by other trustees can not be dissolved except if a master Park plan is put on the ballot and it is Defeated. That a possible. But nothing has been done to Date by the existing Park Board but the next question was what would happen if this was done and a ridiculous outrageous plan was put on the. Ballot and for some reason although Remote the plan Quot accidentally passed a property owners would have a very High addition on their property tax Bill for the Park and would t have what they undoubtedly wanted. As Schuch explained a Park District created by the probate court rather than by the trustees could legally receive funds from the trustees. The Board could then proceed in their work almost certainly towards a realistic Park plan for a vote of the township electorate. Board vice president Donald Papner an attorney called the situation he added a to create a second Glade sidewalks still undecided it. Washington it will be another week or so before the report on sidewalks for Glade Avenue will be completed according to James Frye of the City engineers office the department has already eliminated the possibility of sidewalks on one Side of the Street and will be conducting further study to determine if the other Side is suitable. Residents of Glade Avenue petitioned City Council last june asking improvements be made on the Street. Residents maintain that Glade is hot a Safe Street for children to be walking on because it is narrow and has no sidewalks. Residents Point out that Glade is close to my Washington school on Mears Avenue and is a route children take when walking to school. The shape of the ground was the key reason Why one Side of Glade was eliminated As a site for sidewalks. Drainage problems Lack of space and other various things were other reasons. Frye said that the Road is not in the Center of the right of Way causing further problems. The department will restudy the other Side of Glade before making its final report in the event the department recommends sidewalks on one Side it is not known at this time who will pay for the project. Township Oark Hoard when one is already in existence and a Hamilton county Park Board is planning a Large regional Park in the township simply does no to make his was the dissenting vote. Papner and Schuch at the meeting discussed the possible Legal alternatives to find toe answer to the questions involved. It was Papner a suggestion that until the Board had these answers a new Park Board should not be created. Such would Only add to the problem he feels. Later Jack Hubbard head of the trustees established recreation Board suggested combining the continued to Page 13forest Hills school voter attitudes sought the Forest Hills Board of education is expected to soon be presented results of a Telephone Survey of voter attitudes towards the school system. Fleming Justice assistant superintendent said the Survey was being conducted by local volunteers from the Community. There is no charge to the school District. Justice emphasized. The Telephone Survey is of randomly selected registered voters. The Market research trained people conducted it immediately prior to the Holiday season Quot purpose of the Survey was to attempt an identification of voter attitudes toward the school system and the recently Defeated tax Levy proposal Quot said Justice. Results Are being compiled at this time and will be presented to the school Board As soon As the process is Complete. Justice hoped the Survey results would be Complete sometime in january. Anderson trustees expect to decide summer rec program by feb. 20 Anderson township trustees Hope to decide by their next regular meeting feb. 20, whether to accept the proposal of the township recreation Board for this Summers recreation program. In its detailed recommendation the rec Board said that the $8440 Cost would be similar to the successful program of last summer. Last Spring the trustees accepted responsibility for the summer playground that previously had been handled by the Forest Hills schools. Here is the proposal presented to trustees recreation Board proposal summer recreation program Jan. 1975 trustee meeting due to the Success of the summer Greg Deimling new Newtown Council clerk treasurer program last year we wish to propose that the trustees once again Combine their efforts with the Forest Hills school District in making this program possible. Facilities amp equipment a the school District has agreed to make the following Sites available Ayer Maddux Sherwood Summit Aid Wilson elementary schools these Sites would be open from 12 30 4 30 monday through Friday beginning june 9 and ending August 1 for children Between the Ages of 614. Play Fields Ball diamonds gym facilities swings Monkey bars etc., located on these Sites could be utilized by the program. Existing equipment stored in the main Tai Nance building would be utilized to supplement the school facilities. We recommend that the trustees provide $500 for any additional equipment that might be needed and to initiate the arts amp crafts program. Beechmont Rol Larena King pin lanes and the High school Nata Tor a urn have again agreed to provide special events activities. Or. Gabbart from Beechmont Cinema has indicated the use of the theater might be added to the special events Calendar. An attempt has been made through mayor Judd to include Newtown in the program this year. A decision is to be made sometime this month. Facilities would be provided by the school District equipment by the existing program and salaries by the Newtown local government. Last summer profits from the use of soft drink machines accounted for More than the Money spent on equipment. We recommend that the coordinator be permitted to Contact the distributors Tor the purpose of installing machines at each site. This function would be handled through the township clerk As was done last year personnel school Board policy states that school personnel must be used at functions occurring on school grounds with mis in mind we would make the following recommendations that or. Michael Burns be approved to co ordinate the program. A that through or. Burns and with the approval of the trustees and school officials that personnel be enlisted As play leaders for the five playground Sites. A that or. Burns enlist eight persons As playground assistants. Maddux Sherwood and Summit would need two each and Ayer and Wilson one each. Young adults interested in working in this time of program should submit an application to or. Burns at Anderson senior High school. Applications should be submitted by March i. That two persons be enlisted by or. Burns to act As arts amp crafts leaders. Young continued to Page 13 Newtown now on the Job As clerk treasurer of Newtown Council is Gregory g. Deimling. An accountant who is vice president with Globe insurance Agency. Deimling 28, is a Nephew of Reva Deimling retiring Derk treasurer. He was sworn in by mayor William f. Judd at the Jan. 14 Council meeting. He is a resident of 3899 Scioto. Mrs. Deimling had exerted no influence in the matter not saying a word to Judd the mayor said. Deimling had hesitated to apply for the position believing there would be some others interested in the Job. Mrs. Deimling will help her Nephew in the transition. Council has decided to adopt agendas for their meetings which have been running Long Judd reported. Next meeting will be Jan. 28 at 8 . At the town Hall. Effective with that meeting Council will go Back to twice monthly regular meetings. They will be held at 8 . On the second and fourth tuesday at the town Hall. The body a monthly work session will be eliminated the mayor said committee reports will be utilized More in efforts to Cut own on meetings that have been running As Long As four hours. Deimling and his wife have two children. He is a graduate of my Nicholas High and University of Cincinnati and is an air Force Veteran salary other items go impasse in Forest Hills to As expected salary was one of the nine items that have been referred to the advisory panel by the Forest Hills teachers Assn. And the Board of education negotiations team. The other eight items Are class size limits Cost of living paraprofessionals personal leave Days salary for substitute teachers substitutes for nurses supplementary contracts and tuition supplement. This list was released monday in a joint statement to the Forest Hills journal by Lucinda Balmes chairman of the teachers negotiations team and Edward l. Of Hoffer chairman of the Board education negotiations team. The school Board and teachers association reached tentative agreement on 25 items in meetings of the negotiations teams in a general Assembly meeting Jan. 10 the association discussed and ratified the items. The Board of education also ratified the items which under the professional negotiations document were considered As a package. Copies of the agreed items Are available from the feta and the continued to Page 13

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