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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - July 18, 1978, Cincinnati, OhioLsw3p�per project Chio historical society 1-71 and 17 thav 3. Columbus Ohio 43211 vol. 16 no. It tuesday july 18, 1978 single copy 15< Sosa Hopes to boost instructional league a soccer instructional league for five year old boys and girls hopefully will be continued in the Southeast Cincinnati soccer Assn. M there Are More volunteers to assist. The concept was tried last year and was termed a very successful since More than 80 kids regularly attended the six week on Field training course. Because there Are about 2500 boys in the regular program this year More Volunteer assistance is needed to run the instructional league said Kenneth a. Swartz director of Community relations. Those interested in helping Are urged to attend a july 18 meeting of the association coaches. Those wishing further information should write the Sosa to Box 30273, Cincinnati o. 45230. The meeting will be at 8 . At the Anderson township first National Bank Branch Beechmont ave. Also invited Are coaches assistant coaches and others interested in soccer. The upcoming season will be discussed. Teams rosters and coaching aids will be distributed a Brief review and discussion of some minor Rule changes and an announcement of several coaches clinics planned for late july and Early August Are scheduled. More arrests expected in gambling ring More arrests of. Persons accused of engaging in organized crime Are expected to be made in Clermont county in the near future according to sheriff John Van Camp. This followed the july 11 arrest of five persons in connection with allegedly operating a bookmaking ring at big a a nine mile tavern on nine mile re. At us 52, about a mile East of Anderson township. Among those arrested was Eugene jeep Harrison Rauch 5777 Bryson ave., California qua Jailer at the Hamilton county jail and a Deputy sheriff of 31 years. He was admitted to Cincinnati Good Samaritan Hospital july 12 for Chest pains after his arrest and after receiving a 60-Day suspension from Hamilton county sheriff Lincoln j. Stokes. Rauch was in satisfactory condition last late week. He supervised housekeeping in the jail and does not actually work in Law enforcement said Hamilton county police. He is deputized As Are All sheriffs employees including secretaries and maintenance workers said Victor Carrelli Deputy. A preliminary hearing for Rauch and four others has been continued in Clermont county court until 4 . July 25. Also arrested were Barbara Ann Roush formerly Barbara Ann Jackson the daughter in Law of Roush. The 29-year-old woman resides at 5905 Kellogg ave., California. Others arrested were Chester English 62, 8315 Beechmont ave., Anderson township Betty Rose Peters also known As Jenny Petters 47, Ripley and Alice Jeannie Weller 51, 462 Kellogg ave., California owner of big a a tavern. Rauch was arrested after surveillance by plainclothes detectives from both counties revealed that a National horse betting operation was thriving at the tavern reports said. English was arrested after a search of his property turned up gambling and bookmaking paraphernalia. Deputy Darrell Hawkins worked undercover visited the bar june 28 until about july 9 while deputies Robert Stout and Robert Schenker conducted outside surveillance. King was described by Hawkins As a a pretty Good sized operation. A each of the five were being held under $7500 Bond. Van Camp stressed the a Complete cooperation of the two sheriffs of the two counties aided in making the arrests. Stokes said that his department developed information about Rauchas alleged gambling activities two weeks prior to the arrest and turned it Over to Van Camp and then joined him in the investigations. Rauch was a Deputy sheriff since May 1947. Stanbery concert draws 300 a and Blimp about 300 people attended the concert by Herbert Tiemeyer a band in Stanbery Park last wednesday. The band played classical and patriotic tunes and Shelley Bamberger Sang popular favourites. The crowd apparently loved the concert the Goodyear Blimp passing overhead Drew Little attention. The series of Park concerts continues this week. fori Man nominated by Carter brigadier general Heiberg brigadier general e. R. A Val do Heiberg Iii Ohio River division Engineer for the . Army corps of engineers has been nominated for promotion to major general by president Carter. Senate confirmation of the selection is expected shortly. General Heiberg 46, has headed the Ohio River division since August 1975. He is responsible for the corps water resources development and Protection activities in the Ohio and Tennessee River basins an area that includes parts of 14 states. Corps missions Here include flood control navigation water Quality recreation and environmental Quality. After graduation from the . Military Academy at West Point general Heiberg entered the army As a second lieutenant in 1953. He has served in Korea Germany and Vietnam and has held staff positions at All Levels including duty in the Pentagon and in the executive office of the president. General Heiberg is married to the former Kitty Schrimpf. Their Home is in chateau Hills. They have four children. General Heiberg is one of 27 brigadier generals recommended for promotion this year. The list includes two other Engineer officers two former Rhodes scholars and a woman brigadier general Mary e. Clarke who will become the army a first woman to achieve a two Star time if you receive the. Journal by Carrier its collection time again. Your Carrier will be knocking at your door in the next few remember to ask him for your receipt and do not pay if you done to receive one. It is Worth 10% off at la Rosa a pizzeria m t Carmel please remember that payment is voluntary and that your Carrier receives commission on every Holmes replaces Moermond Newtown assistant chief Ralph Holmes is in charge of the villages fire department since fire chief Leslie Moermond resigned suddenly july 11. Moermond cited personal reasons for retiring after 28 Vears of service with the Volunteer unit. Council has accepted the resignation with regrets and said it will ask fire department members for a recommendation for Moermond a successor planners to by Mark Heglin managing editor transportation needs planning officials and transportation recently. Pledged cooperation in studying the travel needs of Clermont county and Eastern Hamilton county through the remainder of this Century. Luke Oswald of the Ohio department of transportation shows some of the trouble spots in Clermont county and Eastern Hamilton count which will be studied. Oswald was among nearly two dozen transportation and planning officials attending last week s meeting at the Oki offices downtown. Journal photo Heliin. At a meeting hosted by the Ohio Kentucky Indiana regional Council of governments Oki last week officials agreed to create two. Teams to study problems in the area. One of the teams will consider Short term transportation needs including the provision of service for employees of the Ford Plant under construction in Afton and for Eastgate mall use. The second team will consider Long term needs including a connector Between 1-275 and the Fairfax area the Poss Libity of relocating . It. 50, general transit service and a presiden to a i c omm Ere i a i i n dust ical and recreational development. The meeting was attended by nearly two dozen officials including representatives of Oki the Ohio department of transportation do both county engineers offices Queen City metro Croswell bus lines Price Hill coach lines inc. And other private bus operators the Clermont county planning commission and others. All will take part in the study to some extent and Ford motor co. Will also be asked to participate according to Bill Bra Shaw. Deputy director of Dot District eight. Officials said the overwhelming percentage of Ford workers at least initially will be commuting from the Cincinnati area to Clermont county. Although there was agreement on the need for coordinated study of transportation needs there were differences of opinion on the role Public mass transit will play in the area. Robert Theobald of Queen City metro and Bob Croswell of Croswell bus lines expressed doubts Over the necessity of increased service from bus lines especially in the near future. A factory workers done to ride Public transit a Croswell said during discussion of needs created by the Ford Plant. Theobald said bus routes serving workers in Evendale had not been successful. There was agreement however that future transit in Clermont county will be by bus fixed rail systems were quickly discounted because of the difficulty of changing routes. Transit officials expressed interest in joining the studies. A will support anything for the Benefit of Clermont county and Hamilton and Brown Highland and Adams a said Croswell who operates a line from Williamsburg to Cincinnati. Metro now operates routes from Cincinnati to Milford and Amelia. Oki s Tony Hessling suggested that Ford consider be asked to consider pooling incentives for its employees. A maybe we should shoot for a company policy to Sel Ivans at c continued to Page 1.9 b this week in Forest Hills there is plenty of Good Reading inside this Issue of the journal. For instance. Frank Fischer looks just like a construction employee but he Isnit. He a a millionaire. Read about him on Page 15, lifestyle Page. Victor Suhm Blue Ash City manager has a Good background for his speech to the Anderson chamber of Commerce. Pages. Anderson life squad needs help once again. Details in editorial on Page 4. Children and playground make a perfect match. Story and photos on Page 7. A local Man is rehearsing 40 persons for a production later this. Week. Del a ils on Page 11. Forest Hills journal 564 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244 528-1111 a it Nat Long vhf hmm . 100% coverage of ande son township it. Washington Newtown California every tuesday. Forest Hills j�0rnal july 18, 1978. Published weekly on tuesdays at 564 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244. Bridal news business Church classifieds fashion 20 9 10 17-19a lifestyle Harvey Paul real estate restaurants weightings 15 4 16, 17 11 4 circulation audited by

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