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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - January 29, 1975, Cincinnati, OhioNewspaper project Ohio historical society 1-71 and 17th ave. Columbus Ohio 43211 of rest vol. 14 no. 37 wednesday january 29, 1975 a 100% coverage of in Anderson township k3 it. Washington r Quot Newtown a California by . Mail cd 564 Batavia Pike cd Cincinnati Ohio 45244 Eastern Hills to include High school grades receives honors proposed Eastern Hills program to stress Basic skills strict discipline from chamber Ohio House Cincinnati the plan for an alternative selection of schools Calls for expansion of Eastern Hills Junior High school through the twelfth Grade. The plan proposed by Cincinnati Public school supt. Donald Waldrip was drawn up to offer new alternative programs for student in the Cincinnati school District. The proposal will be formally presented to the Board of education on february 10. The plan Calls for a program which stresses Basic skills and strict discipline at the Eastern Hills Junior High As Well As at College Hill and Linwood elementary schools also the proposal Calls for moving the elementary grades out of the present Eastern Hills elementary school and gradually expanding the program through the twelfth Grade. Eastern Hills elementary students would attend it. Washington elementary. More important however is the program Structure. Eastern Hills will have a traditional fundamental program grounded in the 3 res according to Charles l. Williams Eastern Hills Junior High school principal. The goal is to have a highly structured learning Center dedicated to academic excellence with fundamental teaching in an atmosphere that comr aliments this style of teaching. It will have a Strong academic program in a setting where discipline is very Strong wih students who Are there to learn according to Wiliams the school would no longer be a District school drawing from a set geographically defined area. Students who Are presently at Eastern Hills and who could not Cope with that Type of program will attend Junior High and High school elsewhere. Lyon in Madisonville and Peoples in Hyde a Park Are the two closest Junior High schools. A students Here would be those who want to be Here a Williams explained. The program will be very tightly structured in academics and discipline. Parents and student will be made aware of what is expected of them. Asked if they will reject an applicant that can to Cope with the program Williams said a absolutely a a to a limited extent Cincinnati Public schools now offer alternative continued to Page 19 Middle school students collect $1777 for leukaemia research a. A students at Anderson mid be school presented a Check to or. Beatrice Lampkin last week to be used in the fight against leukaemia. The students raised $1777.85 in their two week door to door solicitation sponsored by the student Council. Or. Lampkin is the director of the Haematology oncology division of children a Hospital medical Center. A frankly i never realized this much Money could be raised in these hard times a student Council advisor William Jolley told the students at an Early morning Assembly last thursday. A you can. Look with new Pride when you Wear your Anderson he pointed out that the adults did no to do the. Soliciting the students did it All. The students chose leukaemia research for their project because of Jolley a interest in leukaemia research stemming from his previous Volunteer work at children a Hospital. Also leukaemia affects children of Middle school age. Superintendent Robert Wolf Anderson Middle school principal Donald Smith de Cummings general manager of Mcdonalds and or. Lampkin also attended the Assembly. A my hats off to you a supt. Wolf said. With research and Money Wolf pointed out we re coming a Long Way to finding a cure for leukaemia. A i Hope what these kids have done will help in some Small Way with your Effort a he told or. Lampkin. A sometimes we done to know what special hearing set on Spud project it. Washington a special evening hearing of the City of Cincinnati planning commission has been granted for 8 . Feb. 3 at the it. Washington presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall 6474 Beechmont ave. / this special hearing requested by the Wayside Salem residence Assn., will be held before members of the planning commission in the neighbourhood rather than at City Hall on the proposed change to rezone the Groll property a 100-acre tract North of Salem ave. Between Wayside ave. And the Little Miami River from single family to r-2 Spud Multi family. Will happen when we get into full swing a principal Smith said. A a you be helped me Tell the Community and staff what kinds of things kids can do when they put their mind to or. Lampkin told the students she was Jolley had approached her with the idea of raising the funds but she said she a had no idea of what could be done. Its amazing How you could raise continued to Page 19 William Mckinley Judd first president of the Anderson township Board of education who is nearing 50 consecutive years of service on local county and state school boards was honoured by the Anderson township chamber of Commerce and the Ohio House of representatives tuesday night. In a banquet held at the Golden rooster Judd was presented a certificate As Anderson townships Man of the year. . Wright journal publisher said in presenting the award he thought there was a no choices in selecting Judd. Since this award is the first of its kind Wright added Judd would have to be considered the outstanding Man of the township up until this time. After presenting the chamber a award Wright had a Surprise award unknown to Judd or any in the audience of nearly 100 persons. Frank h. Mayfield jr., state representative of House District 65, heard about the occasion and knew what Judd meant to the Public education locally and throughout the state. He held a special Resolution of the Ohio House prepared and signed by the democratic speaker of the House Vernal Riffe and himself. Since Mayfield had commitments with the legislature in Columbus at the to me of the dinner coincidentally the House was considering financial Aid to Public William m. Judd. Left is presented the award As the Anderson township chanter of Commerce a citizen of the year for 1974. Making the presentation is e. B. Wright. Journal publisher. Photo Courtesy of Clark photographers. In Anderson thursday night trustees to discuss. Rafy. Proposed Revenue share Cut Anderson township trustees have scheduled a special meeting for 7 30 . Thursday Jan. 30 at the Beechmont ave. Firehouse. President John of Brien indicated he will bring up for at least discussion and possible action a reported proposal that Federal Revenue sharing Money be Cut. Of Brien said a i done to like what he has read and heard since he first Learned of the idea last Friday. If Revenue sharing Money is taken away from Anderson of Brien said there is a Good likelihood that programs now being financed by Revenue sharing funds would have to be Cut or a local tax Levy put before voters to pay for the service. Even before the proposal made in a Federal study the Anderson trustees have been studying priorities in township finances since inflation has been using up what monies were set aside from inheritance tax Revenue. A what we need is More authority not less a of Brien told the journal. He did not know what action if any trustees might want to take. Not gift of the question the Board president indicated is seeking help from first District Cong. Willis d. Gradison. Trustees probably will ask Gradison to expedite getting a copy of the 394-Page report of the Brookings institution. Of Brien did not know if trustees would Send telegrams to Congress and or president Ford As the majority of the Delhi township Board reportedly did sunday.1 w. Emerson Rhodes and Jerome f. Luebbers called the Brookings study a additional discrimination against suburban communities in the telegrams. The Washington institutions report suggested doing away with a sharing formula Rule which guarantees townships 20 per cent of the per capita share spent in the state. Because of the statutory 20 per cent minimum some townships Are getting excess funds that Are More needed in county and municipal governments according to the a continued to Page 19 schools of the state at the time he asked Wright to present the award for him. Text of the Resolution representative Frank h. Mayfieldjr. House District 65 on behalf of the members of the House of representatives of the 11th general Assembly of Ohio we wish to take this Opportunity to extend Well deserved recognition to William m. Judd of Anderson township Hamilton county As you have been named a outstanding citizen for 1974�?� by the Anderson township chamber of Commerce. A resident of Anderson since 1927, you have been a main Force in Glade ave. Still under study it will be another couple weeks before the Cincinnati engineering department will Complete its study of Glade Avenue. James Frye told the journal that the department has come up with More of a problem than anticipated with the encroachments onto the possible location of the sidewalk . Trees fences and ditches. He explained that the department is going to have to plot out each of these encroachments and then just what we can he added that there Are a really a lot More encroachments than the engineering department is studying the feasibility of sidewalks for the it. Washington Street. Gift from Jack amp Salome Ellsberry inside the journal automotive business review chess column Church classified editorial Foley Bernice gardening Harvey Paul Public forum weightings 7 8,16 4 22 14,15 26,21 5 13 26,21 26,21 21 Ruthven prints now hang in Anderson Library Forest Hills journal january 79, 1975., published weekly on wednesdays at 544 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244. Controlled circulation postage paid at Cincinnati Ohio. Ziegelmeyer Heads mall merchants Michael j. Ziegelmeyer has been elected vice president of the Beechmont mall merchants Assn. For 1975. Ziegelmeyer is the manager of the Hanover shoe store in the Beechmont mall. A native of it. Washington Ziegelmeyer was graduated from ans Derson High school in 1971, and then attended Connecticut school of broadcasting in Hartford Conn. Graduating Iii 1973 with an associate degree in broadcasting. He has managed the Hanover store for two years. Ziegelmeyer is a member of the Anderson township chamber of Commerce and resides at 906 meadowland Lane in Anderson township. Michael j. Ziegelmeyer by Diane Dube Jack and Salome Ellsberry presented five Ruthven prints to the Anderson High school Library last week. The presentation was made during a Brief ceremony attended by administrators and teachers at the Forest Hills school. Elsberry is supervisor of building services at Anderson High and has been with the school District 20 years. He retired from the Active ministry two years ago after 32 years of service. Elsberry spent the last 15 years of service with the California Community methodist Church on Kellogg Avenue. He still considers himself a member of the ministry and occasional win fill in for a Ferow minister. Who Jack Ellsberry is is difficult to explain according to superintendent Robert Wolf. A the Good lord put certain people on this Earth to make life better for the rest of us. Jack Elsberry is one of them. He a a part of the Forest Hills Schr 1 District and Anders High school a Wolf told the assembled group. A a it a people like you a Wolf added referring to Elsberry a who make this school District what it is. You have made life much More or. And mrs. A Asberr put together the five piece Ruthven collection just for the High school a he told the journal. The value is estimated to be Between $800 and $900. He said he did it a just because i wanted to Doit 1 included in the donation Are a a bluejays from the Williamsburg series a great horned owl from the americana series a herring Guus from the americana series a american Robin and a wandering inscribed under the picture of the a wandering braves Are the words a it was a pleasure assisting or. James j. Ellsberry. The Honor in his selection of the a wandering braves for Anderson the prints Are now hanging the the High school Library John i Ruthven is a local artist he has a Home to Georgetown. Ellsberry said he knows Ruthven Only indirectly through a Mutual Friend. A i feel very Humble in coming Here in this Way a Elsberry told the group. A god has been so Good to me in my born february 13, 1915, Ellsberry said be was a raised in a Good Church and had the a Good Fortune of coming up in a Fine Elsberry spoke of the a wonderful Salome and Jack Ellsberry influence so Many Good floor. The greatest people have had on my life a satisfaction in life noting that a i would be the Ellsberry added is to make individual i am not if not for a whatever contribution one the goodly can that a going to be school teachers he added had a a wonderful wonderful influence on my Elsberry said he Felt his work at the school was a a god Given a during my time with the school District i had the helpful beneficial. After a that a what life is about a he said. Or. And mrs. A Elsberry have four children they a graduated from Anderson High school. In accepting the gift privilege of knowing and Anderson High principal working with some of the Stefan said they Are finest people that there Are a extremely pleased with the on this Earth a he said. Ints an j the things you be Elsberry said he had real done for the satisfaction in being Gupt. Wolf added his associated with Anderson Blanks on behalf of the and in his wife Scase with entire District. Christ Hospital. She is a unit know the students will manager on 5w maternity appreciative a Wolf said. Making your Community a schools among the Best in to e state by your service As a member of the Anderson township Forest Hills and Hamilton county boards of education. Presently a member of the Ohio state Board of education you have been recognized not Only for your professional but religious and civic contributions to the state of Ohio by your receipt in 1973 of the a governors award for Community it is thus with a real sense of pleasure and admiration that we join a the citizens of Ohio in congratulating you As the recipient of this valued award and in so doing Salute one of the states finest and Foremost citizens. When he was introduced by Wright a those at the banquet gave him a standing ovation that lasted for several minutes. Judd appeared rather overwhelmed at a of the attention the chamber gave him. Judd told the audience that when the chamber committee invited him to lunch to inform my he was to be named the first citizen of the year he remarked a you folks must be hard he said there was a wonderful competitions of persons nominated for the award and he a wondered Why he was selected. He said it would take at least half an hour to Tell of the experiences he had on various school boards. A if the Good lord gives me the health and strength until 1977 and the governor does no to Knock out the state school Board i will have served education for 50 years a he remarked. The Veteran school Board member acknowledged he was a delighted to have Taos he added a fall of my years for schools and for boys and girls i was Only part a of a he acknowledged someone has to provide the leadership but the a cooperation and Good will have been there. A my experiences have been so wonderful a he told. He said All Board members he has associated with have been a outstanding individuals and dedicated their time and yes their Money in order children might have an Opportunity for better education. Quot in a very grateful the Good lord blessed me with the Opportunity to be of service to my fellow Man a the Leader said when he came to Anderson township As a Young Man he told the chamber members and their spouses there were 13 one and two room schools in the township. He foresaw the necessity of a centralization not Consolida Tion of the township schools feeling they a bought to have he worked towards this direction and eventually was elected to the township school Board Judd recalled. A band Issue for $165,000 was put on the ballot and it passed. The yellow Buff building still standing at Forest and Beechmont across from Beechmont mall now is Only a portion of the Anderson Middle school. Back in 1929 it housed All grades kindergarten through 12th, in the entire township before the school was built that Corner had a a Georgeous peach continued to Page 19 a
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