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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - July 1, 1975, Cincinnati, OhioJtj 100% coverage of Anderson township a it Washington a Newtown California every tuesday 564 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244 both it. Washington California Down in under 18 population two census tracts in it Washington have shown gains in population in the past five years. According to a study by the Cincinnati working review committee on rousing the report released last week showed however that the three tracts in it Washington and the California census tract have All declined in the percentage of the population under is years of age. Cincinnati profiles 1973, housing and population by census tracts was put together during the course of three years of research into the City s housing problems areas covered include population distribution household types household size occupation by head of household household income housing Supply housing condition housing occupancy land use indicators crime statistics birth mortality statistics and welfare statistics this is the first in a series of articles about the findings in the report As they relate to it. Washington and California for the purpose of the study the it Washington Community was divided into three census tracts by East West division lines see map the Northern part was numbered 46.01 the Middle Section was 46.02, and the Southern part was 46.03. The California Community was number 45. For total populations sections 46.01 and 46 02 showed a steady increase for each year since 1070. With the exception of 46.02 in 1073 population declined from 4757 to 4719 Between 1972 and 1973. But Rose to 4854 in 1974 Section 46.01�?Ts growth slowed towards the end of the period under study 4824 f i 970. -5183 �1971 it 5569 �1972>, 5592 <1973 and 5632 <1974� likewise Section 46 02 showed Strong increase in 1970-through 1972 before experiencing the downward trend 4167,4452,4757. It Washington census tract 46.03 had gains Between 1970 and 1973-, with a drop in 1974�?T 3261, 3290. 33 9, 3324 and 3261. California steadily lost population Between 1970 and 1974. With the biggest drops in 1973 and 1974 819, 808,797,719, and 679. Total Cincinnati population dec lined from 1970 to 1973, but increased in 1974 from the 453.254 figure in 1970 the population dropped to 436, 424 by 1973, but increased to-439,348 in .1974. California experienced the biggest drop in percentage of population Page 3 classified ads will be due at 10 . Thursday. June-3 for the july sedition due to the Holiday. Call 578 Rill. Early classified deadline it. Washington \ so expands program for summer month vol. 15 no. 7 tuesday july of 1975�?T single copy 15 jobs needed for califor Nia it. Washington rent a kids there Are plenty of area youths available for Odd jobs around the House according to Valerie Smith and Eileen. Fox., Branch managers of the it. Washington rent a kid office. Quot we have 50 kids registered Quot is Fox said Quot but we Don t have enough the 14 and 15 year old youngsters can Cut grass Wash Woodwork and windows paint vacuum Iron clean screens and awnings Rake leaves polish Silver Wash cars and dishes help with dinner parties distribute. Funded by the City of Cincinnati and the spire fund the program is sponsored and administered by the citizens commit tee on youth registration of youth in the it. Washington and California area has been conducted at Beechmont mail and in the California Community. Any youth age 14 or 15, who would like to Register As a rent a kid can Call Valerie or Eileen at 231 -6-962. Likewise anyone who would like to rent a kid for a few hours or a few Days should Call 231-6962 the youths Are paid o 11 the basis of $1.56 knit Flag Carolyn Friedrich. 11 left and Robin Rehme. 9 right hang the Flag which they knitted with other members of their knitting group at Maddux elementary school. The girls who took almost two months to knit the Flag will carry it in the july 4 Parade. Journal photo Weiss Community picnic considered for Post Parade �?~76 the it. Washington Bicentennial coordinating committee is seriously considering having a Community picnic or carnival after the fourth of july Parade in 1976. Committee representatives from the Eastern Hills Jaycees said they will consider sponsoring such an event and will return at the next coordinating meeting with a definite answer. The committee met last week to discuss possible Bicentennial events for the it. Washington Community several organizations already have Concrete proposals see journal april 22, 1975including a september 5, 1975 Square dance sponsored by the Beechmont squares Don Walker of the Jaycees said his organization and others can sell a special Bicentennial Calendar and asked interested groups to Contact one of the members Bill Pope 1232-4825tom Herbert 232-6198jack Sandman 232-4687or Walker 232-4039. Talk at the meeting countered around organization of some kind of it. Washington Bicentennial committee. The group seemed to feel however that the coordinating Effort now going on was sufficient. The group did agree though that More organizations should be represented on the committee and agreed to bring additional organizations to the next meeting on August 28. July Tilton of the it Washington Junior women a club announced the need for organizations to commit. Themselves to enter a float for the 1976 Parade. Quot almost anything a acceptable a she said. Mrs. Tilton added that the Parade is designed for the children Bob Schmidt of the american legion announced that the legion Hall on Sutton is being decorated in red White and Blue in Honor of the Bicentennial. A mural Quot of some Type will be painted on the front of the building with flags around it. Marjorie Frame of the Anderson historical society pointed out that the Broadwell House on it. Carmel Road has been admitted into the National Register of historical Homes and will be one of the Homes on the historical House tour to be conducted this december 7 by the historical society and the Anderson township Junior women s club Edberg a representative from the Institute of cultural affairs spoke briefly about town meeting �?T76, a one Day Community gathering celebrating the american revolution Bicentennial. The workshop is sponsored by local groups catalysing continued citizen involvement in shaping the Community a future. Inside Theroi a i bridal Newt is a editorial 14 business 4,5 Church Publ a Porum to classified 22, 73 Wrighting 16 Forest Hills journal july 1, 1975. Published weekly on tuesdays at 564 Batavia Pike. Cincinnati Ohio 45244. Controlled circulation postage paid Quot at Cincinnati Ohio. The it. Washington youth services Bureau Yob has expanded its staff and program for the sum Mer months. Sheila Hirsch and Janice Caldwell Are coordinators for the summer program which includes a drama workshop activities program and rap sessions. Working with Sheila on the drama workshop Are two Walnut Hills students. Doug Froehlich and Maureen Rvan a group of youth Are starting this week to plan for one or two summer productions. The youth will help select act in. And produce the play Sis Hirsch said at press time nothing definite had been decided. Through the workshop. Is. Hirsch said she Hopes the youth in the area Quot will get a learning experience in drama and the youth will have something constructive to do during the summer months. Sheila. Doug and Maureen have been recruiting area youths to participate in the workshop Sheila was graduated from. Fairleigh Dickinson University in Madison. New Jersey with a degree in psychology she will begin graduate school in emotionally disturbed children at Xavier University this fall Janice is coordinating the activities program and the rap sessions summer activities includes trips to Coney s sunlit Pool the Art. And history museums. Kings Island and the Cincinnati zoo and sports activities such As softball volleyball and horseback Riding. Each youth pays his or her own Way Janice said. Some places have granted group discounts. For transportation the kids usually have to provide their own or rely on Yob staff members although the Central Yob will occasionally furnish a bus Only a handful of youngsters Are involved in the program at. This Point Janice admitted this she feels is because not Many people know about the program., a More kids a she added Quot would be a lot More the rap session part of the summer program is flexible is. Caldwell continued. The group usually meets once a week to talk Janice Aldwell about problems and their concerns a we done to try to solve Janice explained Quot were not psychologists. We want to show them we Quot re their friends we re Here and willing to help if we can the More they talk about their problems the better they feel about it a she added that they would make referrals on troublesome cases Janice a 1973 graduate of an Derson High school said with kids while in High school she has been working a there and there Quot since graduation and said she has t made definite plans for the fall. Also during the summer months four outreach workers will be setting up a communication system Between the Yob and the recreation centers and summer programs in it. Washington. California Newtown and Anderson township. Jim rheude., Bob Hicks Betsy Monahan and Cindy Boone Are talking with youth in the area bout the services at the Yob and finding out about youth oriented programs in the Community. The summer programs at the it. Washington youth services Bureau located behind the it. Washington Baptist Church on Sutton Are just beginning. Any youth interested in the planning and participating in activities can Call either Janice or Sheila at 232-4820 drama workshop staff Sheila Hirsch Doug Froehlich and Maureen Ryan club woman May Greet president the subject undoubtedly will be Vail Colo if Edith Stevens it Washington dub Leader gets a Chance to meet president Ford when he comes to town thursday he was due to participate at the White House conference on Domestic and economic affairs to be held at the Cincinnati convention Center downtown mrs. Stevens is representing the Ohio federation of women a clubs one of the sponsoring organizational she Quot is one of two women on the 14-member committee that has been planning the event. A the other is from Zonta clubs of Cincinnati. The Stevens 25yea, daughter Dee Sang two solos for the president and others last Christmas eve in continued to Page 12 Call 231-6962 to rent a kid say Eileen Fox and Valerie Smith co managers of the it. Washington rent a kid office. Circulars clean basements and garages answer telephones dust sweep walks and driveways and Many other types of jobs the co managers noted. A the program gives someone experience so that when he or she is 16, he or she can get a Job a is. Fox said. A a they la know what its like to have a the youths a a rented through the it. Washington office Are from the neighbourhood is. Smith noted. Each youth receives the full amount earned. The administrative part of the rent a kid program is locally per hour for a minimum of four hours. The co managers suggest that anyone can s Hare a rent a kid with a neighbor i f one does not have enough work for t he minimum time. Two added notes donations May be made by those 3 who have no need for a rent a kid themselves. Also gift certificates Curn be purchased a rent a kid is a unique gift for a Friend or relative. Eileen Fox a it. Airy resident is a political science major at Loyola College in Baltimore Maryland. Valerie Smith 1, an Avondale resident is a sociology major at capital University y in Columbus o. Wyble joins Marsha Wyble has joined the Washington youth services Bureau. Is. Wyble takes Over As youth advocate replacing sue Mccormick who recently moved to Seattle Washington. The 24-year-old, woman came to my Washington from a similar position at the Bond Hill Yob office. She is a graduate of Duquesne University in Pittsburg with a double major in psychology and sociology. Is. Wyble is completing requirements for her masters degree in corrections at Xavier University. She and her husband live in Deer Park. A kids Are vibrant full of life a is. Wyble said of her work with youth Quot its exciting to work with them one can be so much More although she is new to the staff the youth advocate noted that future programs Are being planned first on the list of needs is jobs jobs in the Community for the kids in the Community. Another concern is for things for youths 15 and up to be involved in. Is. Wyble said she Hopes the summer program at the Center will help see related article asked if there was a need for youth services in the area is. Wyble said it All depended on How one looked at needs. Quot i think we can provide some real positive Type activities things the kids like to do jobs so that they can get experience a she said. The Quot students involved with drugs Quot program she noted was one of the Community s top priority items As established by area residents last summer officials consider Lunken site for presidential arrival Yob staff Marsh. L Wyble big friends is smother program is. Wyble and by u Ryan the other it. Washington youth advocate would like to Esta Blish. Under the program Community volunteers would be trained to work on local juvenile cases with probation officers. The Volunta or would become a a big Friend to the youth. Community support is something that is needed in till aspects of the youth services program in it. Washington is. Wyble noted a area people have to become involved in the project i . A the idea is to lie a Community youth services Bureau Quot Rvan added. Volunteer a Are needed especially for Ilie big friends program. At press time it. Was still undetermined if president Gerald Ford would be arriving at lain Ken Airport thursday for his Dav in Cincinnati a information available of the journal pointed that the determination would lie made Early this week whether i would arrive at the greater Cincinnati Airport of at Lunken. Agenda Vas expected to be announced probably by to Day tuesday. Gerald Harrisn Deputy press Secretary to the chief executive confirmed to file journal last wednesday night that the president would be flying in t o the Queen City. This was at least 12 hours before the participate in the dedication of the new environmental research Center adjacent to the University of Cincinnati Campus at noon and then participate in the conference at press time there was to definite word As to whether Betty Ford would accompany her husband on his trip to Cincinnati. Also there was no word whether the governors of Ohio Indiana and Kentucky would accept their invitations to the continued to Page 12 formal announcement was made to the committee of organizations putting on the White House con Ference and later to the mass Media. In an exclusive journal interview with publisher e b Wright. Warren told this paper that the president would probably close the White House conference on Domestic and economic affairs and then Fly to Cleveland for a fund raising dinner speculation was that the president would Fly into the Quot area about Ltd morning thursday definitely \

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