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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - July 15, 1975, Cincinnati, Ohio1�? / i i i x 17t h. Y 3 a calucbu3.f Ohio l t in room it i 5 do 100% coverage of Anderson townsh1 p a it Washington a n r w t own California every tuesday 564 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244 vol. 15 no. 9tuesday, july 15, 1975 single copy 1 5�?~parklands could be plus for journal area festival set aug. 8,9,10 brochure response urged by life squad hit by inflation inflation has hit the Anderson township firemen a assn., which sponsors the annual fireman a festival like about everything else according to Ken Cunningham president. He made the statement in in urgent plea for residents to respond in the next few Days to the annual Appeal contained in the brochure delivered to All residents in the township. Most of the Revenue to operate and maintain the Volunteer life squad regarded As one of the Best in the state comes from the brochure and the upcoming fireman a festival for the past years the life squad has a policy of purchasing a new life squad every two years replacing an older one that is outdated for the squads use it was driven by 10 different persons each week and had 60,000 to 70,000 Miles on it. Just recently the life squad Pur chased a demonstrator ambulance at considerable savings normally it costs about $21,000 to Purchase and equip unit other costs such As for first Aid equipment have risen faster than the Normal rate of inflation a cording to an association spokesman. This years festival will be a week later than Normal. It will be Friday saturday and sunday aug. 8, 9 and 10 at the Beechmont ave. Firehouse. There is never a charge for fire or life squad Calls in the township men on the life squad receive no com Jan Satin for their work according to Cunningham. The firemen a association runs the Volunteer life squad the fire department now has three stations at 7137 Salem Pike at 7954 Beechmont ave. And the newest at 8330 Broadwell re. They Are open for visits and inspections of township residents any Day or evening equipment of the fire department is made up of four pump and Hose trucks one pump and Hose task unit one task unit and four life squads. All pieces respond to a general alarm according to fire chief de . Each piece of equipment As Anderson kiwanis in Bicentennial Anderson Hills kiwanis club is planning on participating in the Bicentennial according to Vince Dietrich president. In Anderson township Kiwan ians Are planning specifically a a Volunteer of the month program. Some outstanding Community Volunteer will be honoured each month by the Anderson Hills club. He or she will be a guest of the club at a regular meeting and will be presented with a handsome Bicentennial certificate. Other Bicentennial programs by the an Derson Hills kiwanis club will be outlined in the near future. The Bicentennial committee of the club is headed by past it governor Ward p. Lanier and include Andrew Atkinson. Dave Patton Jack Schneider. Ken Kelch. A kiwanis will direct All its Bicentennial programs toward dramatizing this Dietrich said. He explained that the purpose of the theme is to show that voluntary action has been a powerful Force in the development of our country during the past two Hundred years. A it has helped in the solution of human problems and the achievement of worthwhile he said. Throughout the United states according to Dietrich. Kiwanis clubs will undertake such activities As acknowledging outstanding volunteers of the Community explaining to younger citizens especially students the role of the Volunteer in the development of the nation presenting Bicentennial gifts to their communities encouraging International visitations to show people from overseas How americans Are living at the time of their country a 200th birthday and. Rrt Ost importantly cooperating with other Bicentennial groups within their communities to help make the Bicentennial a dramatic and meaningful activity. Well As every fireman s Home has a two Way radio with the message dispatched from the department s own radio stations. There Are 40 men on the fire department 10 of whom Are full time employees the balance Are volunteers one full time Man is on duty 24 hours at each station the year round. Each remains on Call even during off duty time. Volunteer amp Are also on Call at ail times and Are Well trained for any emergency Stagnaro added. Life squad men handled. 810 Calls one less than in 1973 and More than the 757 in 1972. Board of trustees of Anderson township operate the fire department by a one Mill $1 per $1000 of property valuation tax Levy. It will have two one Mill levys for fire Protection beginning next year the second was resound edly approved by voters at a special election june 3. Four Sites eyed for Anderson recreation four Anderson township Sites each with a minimum of 30 acres will be considered wednesday night for a possible recreation site. Trustees want to see the prospective plans proposed then by Robert Peters of the Hamilton county regional planning commission before deciding on plans for acquiring the Sites. Trustees and members of the recreation Board recommended the Sites to Peters for planning after earlier discussion. Plans will i get preliminary for Active and passive use Peters said. Owners of the land have not been contacted said a journal source. Discussing the plans at the Public meeting <7 30 . July 16 at Beechmont firehouse it will be trustees and members of both the recreation and Park boards. Park commission reportedly will submit a Park plan and not ask for a tax Levy. A the township is gaining two county Parks. The Ironwood Rass Island area As Well As the Southeastern regional Park in both Anderson and Western Clermont county. Storytellers Bookmobile highlight Stanbery s free arts festival Public Library storytellers and the Bookmobile will highlight the summer morning in the Parks free arts festival tues., july 22, from 10 a m. To 12 noon at Stanbery Park. Magic tricks will be presented by William Brewe and Paul Hoyte will snip scissors silhouettes to order. The Summit Saulters will play contemporary music and the summer opera association will present excerpts from Verdi so ii Trovatore. Childrens librarians Carol Heideman. A from Madeira Branch and Thelma Ester my Washington Branch will Tell stories under a Shady tree. Mobile unite from the recreation commission bring Art music history and puppet shows for All. Park Board naturalists will provide nature Craft displays and hikes. The summer morning in the Park series is sponsored by the Cincinnati summer arts association which includes the Cincinnati Park Board the Cincinnati recreation commission and the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton county. At each festival participants Are invited to choose from among simultaneous happenings and become part of the Art form whenever possible. The program is open to the Public. By the Tot a stake Hamilton county the City of Cincinnati and Little Miami inc. Are coordinating their plans for the Little Miami River which May turn out to be a real plus for Eastern Hamilton county and Western Clermont county. Last week plans and ideas were announced for development along part of the River Tim Burke executive director of Little Miami. Inc. Announced plans to Purchase Bass Island and convert it into recreational facilities the Hamilton county Park District confirmed a Forest Hills journal report that they will Pur Chase a Ron air it Ironwood to 11 course near Newtown the Hamilton county Community development. Department will use $266,000 from a Community development. Block Grant to Purchase the Kroger Hills project which is slightly up River from Newtown these three plans will be coordinated. With each other Cincinnati a master plan for River development and the plans for relocated . Is it is proposed at a press conference last week. Bob Vogt of Vogt. Sage amp a Pflum explained that there Are Multi interests in this corridor which tend to conflict. In. Order to move with this project he said it will be necessary to Clear up conflict and work out a Compromise his firm has prepared conceptual designs for the Kroger Hills project which includes an alternate location for us 50. In an Effort to work on a com Promise and Clear up conflict Jim Lowry director of the Hamilton county Community development department met with representatives from several groups last week including Dravo. Little Miami inc., Cincinnati City Council and Industrial interests the main source of conflict appears to be the location of relocated us 50. Current plans for us 50 would route it through the Parkland being acquired by Hamilton county. Vogt suggests the Road be changed to a Parkway like facility and dropped to the very Edge of the Parkland with some minor redesign the entire Golf course could be saved. Such a Compromise could be satisfactory for both Industry and the environmentalists. Vogt feels. The Road could serve As a Buffer Between the Park areas and the Industrial areas of Newtown. Also the Road would be High enough to prevent flooding into the Industrial area. Looking Long Range Vogt suggests that the entire relocated us 50 follow the rail lines. A rail transit line could then be designed in conjunction with the Parkway with several Park and ride facilities along the route such lots could be located at the Anderson connector and us 50, feeding from Anderson township and it Washington at or 32 and us 50. Serving Mtcarmel and Batavia and 1275 and us 50, serving the Milford area these Are All conceptual ideas. Vogt pointed out ideas that should be considered in the development of the total area the designs for this subject ail emphasis passive recreation. He explained the Kroger Hills project located South of Kroger Hills Park and West of Terrace Park totals 12� acres one Hundred and two acres is now a cattle farm with housing on the remaining 18 acres flood Plain ideas for the land include a nature preserve a boat club Day Camp Canoe Access Points picnic areas manmade lakes and bal Fields in addition to the Community development funds the department of natural resources Bureau of outdoor recreation has granted $300,000 to the county Matching to the gift of land of the Kroger Hills Park this property which lies adjacent to the Kroger Hills project will extend from Indian Hill Road Down to the Little Miami River. The county Hopes to Purchase additional land on the Bank directly opposite this property a pedestrian Bike and. Horseback Riding Bridge would connect the two at that Point the trails would connect with the Ironwood country club land and the Bass Island area. The Ironwood Golf course will tentatively be known As the Little Miami Golf a enter William e caned. Director Secretary of the Park District said they Are paying a in the Nieng boyhood of $300,000�?� Tor the 108-acre course owners were anxious to sell approached the Park Lioard Park Board members. Sam Benedict. Richard h Durrell and i a Olds Nippert Felt there never would be a better time to Purchase a land which they had their Eye on # go. % i time this is the firs Park in Andersen township. Originally it was thought the Southeastern Park planned for Southern portion of Hamilton county and Western Clermont county would be the first however acquisition of inside in a another couple of big events Are coming to the area. The midwestern governor s conference is involving local residents. See stories on the latest information Page 8. The Western Tennis tourney will be at Coney. Stories on Page 5. A local Man will be working at the liftoff today in Cape canaveral Fla. Story Page 4. Map is of the Little Miami River corridor under study in Hamilton county Little Miami inc. And Industrial interests. Lines indicate suggested routing by Yogi. Sage and Pflum. This land made a difference the Park Board has applied for Federal open space funds for the project to pay for about half of the land acquisition Nippert. Board vice president said a acquisition of this Beautiful Onen space for the Benefit of the citizens is in direct response to the wishes of Many citizens conservative groups and other who have for Many years dreamed of preserving open space along the Little Miami River a a it. Is hoped that this will contribute to the further preservation of land on the River As a Scenic Park a he added. Canedy said the new regional Public facility sixth Park in the District and first in Eastern Hamilton county a needed recreational benefits to All. Citizens in All villages townships and municipalities in Hamilton the acquisition of Bass Island. 20 acres was made possible through a donation by Charles Sawyer according to Burke of Little Miami. Inc. Sawyer was one of the three continued to Page 23 Vogt to present plan at meeting automotive business classified editorial 22, 23 2e 10,11 14 Foley Harvey Public forum Wngo tags Forest Hills journal july 15, 1975. Published weekly on tuesdays at 564 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244. Controlled circulation postage paid at Cincinnati Ohio bulletin Robert Vogt of Vogt Sage and Pflum will present his plans for the relocation of us 50 at a breakfast meeting of the Clermont county chamber of Commerce on july 22 at 8 15am the meeting at the Clermont general and technical College is open to the Public. A1 Rice chairman of the Cham berms transportation committee Calls the plan a a bold new solution to the environmental dilemma that has been hindering the development and construction of relocated us 50.�?� i Rice says the concept May even provide some Relief for the congested Milford Miami township transportation corridor. Admission for the breakfast is nominal for reservations Call Nancy Bucher 732-0133. Vogt Sage and Pflum has been awarded a contract to participate in the development of relocated us 50 state funding would keep us colleges from closing says Simone or. Albert j Simone Anderson township resident and Dean of the College of business administration at University of Cincinnati held out Hope last week that state funding May be the Only solution for Uchs current financial problems. A his thinking was revealed in a question and answer session before the Anderson township chamber of Commerce. Or. Simone told the journal following the talk he believes that state funding would help Cut Down High professor student ratios in about All us colleges. He expects that the funding would have provisions that professors spend More time teaching and less on research projects and manuscript writing. Us president Warren Bennis his vice presidents and aides Are spending nearly full time in Columbus a a lobbying for the state funding according to or. Simone. He indicated he Felt there should be a Little More attention being put on the affairs of the University rather than the heavy concentration of lobbying among state legislators. Or. Simone sympathized with a couple of parents also chamber members who had students at us upset at the Large class sizes. This problem is particularly severe he noted at the freshman level. Characteristically he said the Best professors Are placed with the most advanced students and the scale allows graduate assistants to Deal with the Large student enrolment in general courses at the level. If there is no state funding. Or Simone believes Many of the departments in the University will have to quit especially costly departments like chemistry and physics with fewer proportion of students. The Community College. Evening College and College of business administration make Money for the University said the Dean in explaining reasons for them not being forced to close. He indicated that there would not be any expansion of those colleges however in answer to another member s question. Or. Simone said that the Cincinnati chamber of compere is it extremely helpful in working on projects with the business College he feels there sometimes is More help than needed the Dunwoodie drive resident a member of the Anderson chamber was presented a framed Certis ice the for his speaking to the local group and also for his achievements. He called the certificate a the nicest 1 Ever us. He said is rather typical of a Urban University. There Are about 3000 students in the us business curriculum including about 500 in masters program and too in the pad studies. There Are 60 full time faculty members As Well As 25-30 pm d candidates who do some teaching about 200 scholarly papers Are turned in by faculty members about 100 management seminar Over two or three Days each Are put on by the College. Participants come from As far away As Washington state and Oregon to at tend objectives of the College teaching according to or. produce an educated person who is familiar with the environment around him. Be it in government people or a things a a educate student to c communicate through various Levels the technology they have Learned students must be equipped to a a sell of prepare a report provide students with the ability to solve problems students should know the role of business in a free Enterprise society. Other types of government should be understood. Students should understand the structural makeup of big and Small business labor consumer students should understand the functions of business accounting financing personnel management and the profit motive business ethics foreign com petition also must be studied or. Simone hit High school counselling for a falling Short in explaining business colleges. This also happens at the College level at us College of business about half of the courses must be taken outside of the department primarily arts and sciences mathematics through calculus is stressed sociology and psychology is part of the emphasis since decision making is stressed in the school he said the theory taught must be balanced with the practical methods. The former presidents of both . Shoe and Kenner products Are on the colleges faculty for this reason. Students Are consultants with the Small businessmen s administration for those firms seeking sea Loans. School gets $10,000 a year for participation in the program according to the educator. Masters degree candidates work with Black business group for those students wishing to take five years to graduate there is the Coop program with a pro Grain of alternate 10-week sessions of school an full time Job an entire education can be paid w Ith the Money earned on the Job and valuable experience gained As w Ell students getting a 2 5 Grade average of a perfect 4 0 in arts and sciences Are having a hard time getting a Job. Or Simone said those with the same average in the business Coolege Are receiving Good selection of multiple Job offers business students with a Bachelor s degree Are averaging $10,000 to $11,000 starting salary. Master s starting salary is $11,000 to $14,000 and those with pad degree Are making More than $20,000 to Start during the to Emulous 1960�?Ts when the riots were taking place on the College campuses those in business schools were a a conservative group and stuck to the studies for the most part said the Dean now More students he added Are seeing that change can be made through reason and consensus rather than revolution or Simone was a professor at us from 1968 to 1972 when he was appointed Dean. He holds a pad from Mit. Has authored several books and has written numerous articles which have appeared in business and math journals. He is listed in a number of Well known research listings such As a who s who in America. Among his activities is managing an Anderson Knothole baseball team. Introduced at the meeting were Dottie Schneller past president of the Anderson Hills women a club new Secretary in the chamber office. It was announced that Carl Pieper chairman of the chamber a orphans feast Booth will be seeking persons to work there. Chamber committee meetings will be at 8 . July 16 at the Lyons y. Board of directors will meet at 8 am aug. 6 and next general meeting i aug. 13. Maury Tepper will chair a discussion on tax problems for businesses at the sept. 10 chamber meeting

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