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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - July 29, 1975, Cincinnati, OhioNews paper proles Ohio us Tori c Al Sac i Sty 1�?71 u d 17th ave. 3, a Hio 43211 a a Quot a 15 no. 1 1 tuesday july 29, 1975 Jot m in to of 100% coverage of Anderson township a my Washington a Newtown a California every tuesday $64 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45744 single copy 1 5spark question to go on nov. 4 ballot Anderson township Park Board plans to put a question on the ballot this november asking that the Board to allowed to do something Anderson trustees gave unofficial approval to the boards desire at a Short meeting following their regular meeting last thursday night. Majority of the recreation Board which reports to the trustees recommended the action to the trustees. Park Stoard is seeking recreational land More than passive use land. For this reason rec commission members Are in Accord with the desires of the Park Board Park Board members feel that the county Parks planned for the area Southeast and Bass Island Ironwood should pretty much take care of the passive Park needs. However. Park Board members Are not entirely neglecting passive Park land use. Dennis Nichols and Carl Dirk see of the Park Board will put a proposal on the nov. 4 ballot seeking per Mission to establish a free Public Park there will be no Money sought from the taxpayers it was emphasized by All concerned trustees must officially approve a Park Board report before matter can go to the election Hoard once the Board can operate it can seek donations Federal Matching funds Community development Money and other funds for site Purchase and later development. Nichols emphasized this move is Only a a Start towards a Long Range goal of More recreation needs in the township it was known that Chuck Thornton of the recreation commission was in favor of the idea other members David Downs and Robert g Willard indicated their favor to trustees this made the majority of the five member Board other members Jackson Hubbard and Mike Burns were not in attendance Dirk see was so firm in his resolve he urged All concerned to a get on two feet or 111 resign from the Park Park Board members and rec commission members agreed they had enough information to go to the ballot. Deadline for getting the Issue to the Board of election is aug. A it was that pressure that caused Nichols officially brought trustees up to Date on conclusion of a july to meeting on site selection of a Park that was a to acre site on state re yet to be completed portion of i he Anderson connector Nichols emphasized there Are other Sites available itt the township other than those proposed by the county planners meanwhile the newly organized Anderson Hills recreation com Mittee it a Bact is setting up the organization needed Loyuise fund to establish recreation facilities croup is establishing a non profit inundation to raise and receive Money and is bringing the Park Board and recreation Hoard together with service organizations in a common Effort residents upset at construction residents of the Collinsdale area complained to Anderson township trustees of a number of problems resulting from construction work in that hour a problems they said Are bulldozers working until 4 daily midwestern conference a showcase will Cincinnati be National a governors conference site whoops.,., could it tie yes. Helen Milliken. Wife of the Michigan gov.,&Quot is fondling a Chimp Quot in arms. Greyed in a red. White and Bluet shirt. And Navy shorts the Monkey mingled with a crowd in the n Ether land a Lilton lobby. Ohio governor James Rhodes called the midwestern governors conference a a a showcase showing the governors what a conference in Cincinnati was like. Rhodes told the journal chances were a a Good that the National governors conference would be brought to Cincinnati in the next few years. The hospitality exhibited by the people of Cincinnati was a probably the greatest Rhodes said at Lunken Airport just before his return flight to Columbus. A the people were governor Christopher Bond of Missouri shared Rhodes opinion of Cincinnati s hospitality adding the National governors conference in Cincinnati a might Well both South Dakota governor Richard Kneip and West Virginia governor Arch Moore were noncommittal about the National conference. Both said it was up to the total conference to decide that. See More stories and photos of local aspects of the midwestern governors conference on pages a 11. In if. Is and 21. Quot and that they enjoyed their stay in Cincinnati. The next National governors conference will a be in Philadelphia with the midwestern conference in Indianapolis Moore told the journal. Decision on the location of the 1977 National conference will be made next year which gives gov. Rhodes additional time to Campaign for the Cincinnati location. Cincinnati was Host to the National conference in 1968 Rhodes War governor at that time the midwestern conference was also Here in 1966. The Ohio governor is also campaigning to get the 1976 Republican National convention in Cleveland. O Rhodes was expected to Confer with vice president Nelson Rockefeller on the matter. Rockefeller was asked during a press conference How he Felt about the Republican convention being held in Cleveland. �?�1 can to imagine a lovelier place to was his answer a what about Kansas City a someone asked. A Kansas a Tyr a a great Rockefeller said. Rumsfeld tells journal Ford doing Fine Job enjoying work by kit Wrightjr. \ editor president Fords chief of staff Donald Rumsfeld feels his Boss is. Doing a Fine Job and and enjoying his position. This characterization came in answer to a journal question when Rumsfeld was in Cincinnati last wednesday. The week before the president celebrated his 62nd birthday and said he thought the presidency has a made me More there were reports that some White House aides believe he has aged a bit under the demanding Pace of the office. For that reason the journal asked the Man who is in constant Contact. With the chief executive believing he would know Best. Rumsfeld in Cincinnati to con elude the midwestern a a governors conference said or. Ford is a at ease in office. He said that the decision making process is now More orderly for the president. Calm rather than blow up. Is the presidents style head ded. The president. Rumsfeld said is More a in touch with the people. The White House is in the midst of preparing report on the first \ oar of office for or. Ford in that year he recalled there have been nine meetings with the transition team headed by Rumsfeld. 16 meetings with the Security Council. 16 press conferences. 26 press interviews m meetings with the vice president visit to 47 cities across the country he rattled off so Many figures it was impossible for newsmen to Jot them All Down he told a press conference it announced to the press Halfway through his address it that he compare the Day to Day activity of the present White House with that run by . Haldeman. In answer to a question. Rumsfeld said he was not in Haldeman a shoes and not familiar with the detail of his administration �?o1 could make comments somewhat be he told a each president is different. Each one has a background and views of government there Are �?o535 individuals in Congress he said in telling about continued to Page 17 even the secret service agent does no to seem to have the heart to interrupt this Chat Between Rockefeller and the Young hand Shuker. Veep says he a campaigning for president Ford a what Are you campaigning a reporter asked vice president Nelson Rockefeller during a Brief press conference with National regional and local Media. A president Rockefeller answered immediately the vice president in Cincinnati last week to address the midwestern governors conference stressed that his main interest in the upcoming election is to help Ford get nominated governors leave via Lunken a j a. A a such a Good time9 journal reporter photographer Diane nhe in in reviews gov. Rhodes at Airport Al before boarding the plane after conference ills wife look on by Diane Dube a the next time we have a conference in Missouri we.11 hold it in Cincinnati a m i Sou i g governor Christopher Bond said before boarding the plane for Home because he a had such a Good time at the midwestern g o v e r Norse conference in Cincinnati gov. Bond was one of four governors to la ave from. Lunken Airport following last weeks con Ference. Eight governors arrived at Lunken for the conference according to one Airport attendant. Each was driven into town in a chauffeured luxury Model car. The South Dakota governor was the first to arrive the attendant said. Governor Bond said he a Learned a lot at the three Day conference and was a pleased with the the conference a set the path for the future continued to Page 20 to totally relaxed and i m doing my Best to help him. He said concerning his Hopes for being chosen As Fords vice presidential nominee. Rockefeller said that it is Ford s business As to who his run Ning mate will be at the time he is nominated a president Ford should determine who he thinks will reflect the Best interest of the country a Rockefeller added a president Ford were two words muttered by the veep during his visit to the a a been it try last addressing the governors at the conference. Rocket Eller said to was a a difficult interesting and exciting period but he was optimistic about the future the \ keep added that the president has a deep concern for the people of this Rocky s speech to the governors was the veep a first item of business following his of 3lt arrival at greater Cincinnati Airport the vice president was escorted to the continued to Page 14 Oft Ihor week blasting at various times -40-40 foot High Wall of dirt aside a couple of residences on Rowan a. Anderson township trustee Tom i Taylor said he was a a disappointed agencies outside of the township id not notify anyone in the township in Advance of the planned work trustees explained to the residents in attendance that they had no Way of creating Laws to prohibit the work which the contractor said is scheduled to be done july 28, John Zenni. Unofficial spokesman for the residents in attendance told the journal he made a report to the Hamilton county sheriffs office the first night. He said other upset residents did not attend he told the. Trustees that a couple of attorneys had advised the group that Lea Gal action would not do much Good since it would Only be temporary a Why pay Good Money out to protect what you got Quot he asked this was after trustee Don Papner said rather heatedly that the people should consult an attorney he thinks that an injunction would temporarily suspend work and possibly put the. Contractor in a position where he might reason with the residents problem. Papner said is a ridiculous. Absolutely absurd he added Quot you done to have to stand for it a a Taylor declared More Home Rule would help in such a problem he said he had talked to Hamilton county sheriffs office. Ohio Highway dept. A regional planning commission and the Epa on the problem and none were Able to help them Gradison plans town meeting for area sometime later this year first District congressman will if Gradison w ill hold a town meeting in the it. Washington Anderson Newtown area. Eight meetings modelled after the successful ones initiated by Robert Taft. Or. When he was first District representative Are being scheduled All Over the District three already have been set Between now and sept 2 Tim Brown an aide to Gradison. Said he expects the next one scheduled after that will be in the Forest Hills journal area location and time of the event will be announced in the journal As soon As it is known. At the meeting it is expected that the representative will give a Short talk on updating constituents on recent congressional actions then he will open the Quot meeting to questions and answers from those in attendance the congressman s staff would be in attendance at All meetings to handle any problems residents May have with any Federal agencies Gradison would be free to speak with those who wish to talk with him. Meetings Are not restricted to those living in the particular areas a Gradison is merely holding them in areas. Convenient to the residents. Brown explained Anderson family grows from 8-15 by Sally Weiss a we saw a need and responded to it a said Bill daily. 1894 Robin Way. Explaining Why he and his wife Mary recently took the responsibility of sponsoring a vietnamese refugee family. The daily who have four girls and two boys of their own. Ages 5-14, tried to adopt a vietnamese boy about four years ago but were refused due to the size of their family. When the daily heard that there were Vietnam Ese families who needed to be placed in Homes Tili they could learn to provide for themselves they agreed to sponsor one of the families. The daily family instantly sex. Handed to 15 members when they took in or. And mrs. Phong Hort Nguyen and their three boys and two girls Ages 5-17 years old. Adjustments have had to come for both families but a i can see immediate results Quot daily said enthusiastically. A i think they re very grateful to be Here. A the Nguyen cannot speak English but they re eagerly learning. They spend most of their Day with Volunteer tutors and in the evenings the family members gathers to review what they be Learned a we have a vietnamese dictionary which we nicknamed a a Buddhas and it serves As our in Ter Pretory mrs. Daily said daily has hired a Tutor to work specifically with Nguyen on English because he feels that it is crucial for the father to learn to communicate in order to find and maintain a Job. Mrs. Daily explained that the vietnamese Are a patriarchal society and women who work Are frowned upon a the older girl and Mother seem to stay in the background and Are hesitant to speak Quot mrs daily said. Daily described the Nguyen continued to Page 6 i Side the journal business 9 23 f tits it at Foley Forest Hills journal july 29, 1975. Published weekly on tuesdays at 564 Batavia Pike. Cincinnati Ohio 45244 controlled circulation postage paid at Cincinnati Ohio. With the help of pictures the Tutor teaches the children a w Ord at a time

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