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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - June 27, 1978, Cincinnati, OhioVandals rut Nagel Road Park patrolman Randall Kocher examines damage done by vandals Nagel Road Park. Jou Malj it hot Dii moot at these seemingly innocent tire tracks have caused about $1500 damage. The area will need to be filled and re seeded. Douma photos Dumont. By Terri in Mont staff writer when Jack Schneider vice president of the Anderson township Paa commission saw the damage done by vandals to the nearly completed Nagel Road Park his reaction t fit to be printed Schneider upset because the ruts caused by a jeep Riding across the Ball diamonds after a recent rain will Cost about $1500 to repair. Hie area will have to be filled in with top soil and reseeded. Other intruders left their tracks on the newly Black topped driveway. Motorcycles or Trail bikes were Ridden through the mud alongside the drive and then circled around on the fresh clean Black topped surface shattering a pop bottle in the Center. T Hie vandals struck the Park sometime Between june 6th and 10th. A we will prosecute anybody for anything a Schneider said. A no matter How minor the offence. A the Park when completed in september will have a $5 million face value. This is the first Park to be constructed in Anderson township. Final details Are being worked out with the general contractor As there is some problem with drainage and several areas still need to be covered with gravel or Sod. Construction is moving along Well although much still depends on the weather Schneider said. Contrary to rumours stating the opposite the Only Entrance to the Park will be at Nagel and state eds., Schneider said. Take 50 pounds of bananas. City Crew will pick up trash in California Bob Bloomhuff 2331 Kenlee drive full time paid coordinator for California o. Announced that on july 12 the City of Cincinnati will have a Crew and truck in that area to pick up any kind of trash old furniture old Wood old worn out or discarded household appliances and anything else that can be carried and loaded pm a truck. Those with need Fen such help can Call Bloomhuff 232-6827 and Tell him what has to be bawled away and where it will be located. He said it is essential that permission is granted if haulers must get on property to pick up the items. Bloomhuff said his Job is to a speak up for the persons in califor Nia 0. Idea he added is a to speak up for you in state county and City meetings. To insure you that the residents of California will be represented in projects and services that area Avila ble to make California clean prosperous Safe and a better place to live and own a come out to the meeting at the american legion Hall july 10 and we will Tell you about our planned projects now underway and those we intend to accomplish in the near future a said Bloon Huff. Presently the Council is working on a clean California project which he believes will make California the cleanest Community in Cincinnati when completed. Help of the citizens with the project is needed he concluded. This week in a week away is another Holiday. This Issue of the journal has some Good Reading of news and features while you re waiting to celebrate the fourth of july. American Vagabond has a tale of an adventure out West. Story and photos on Page 15. A local explorer Post is getting ready for a three week trip to the ice and Snow. At least be Cool Story and photo Page 10. Page 9 contains a Story about symphony pops orchestra coming to old Coney twice next month. Local swimmers named 1411-american five swimmers from the Anderson and Turpin High school teams have been awarded All american status by the National interscholastic swimming coaches association. Turpin a Bill Barrett and Dave Wilson Brad Walker Tim Sheeh an and Victor Dupre of Anderson All have been recognized for their performances this past season. Wilson led the Anderson squad to a fourth place finish in the state meet this year. Barret broke a National records finished first in Ohio in two events and paced his team to a twelfth place state ranking. Wilson who will be a senior this fall made All american for ids journal out Day earlier deadlines Are stepped up Fht tue t pm Irani will by delivered a Day earlier july 3, for the convenience of our readers. Because1 of the stepped up schedule the deadlines for the july 4 issues will be stepped up a Day. Deadlines for news All news must be in the journal office no later than f a Ltd. Wednesday june 28. Deadlines for display ads All display ads must be in. The. Journal office no later than 4 . Wednesday june 28. Deadline for ads too late to classify classifieds paid for after the Normal deadline will be accepted until 10 . Friday june 30. The journal thanks everyone for their cooperation. Forest Hills journal 544 Batavia Pika Cincinnati Ohio 45244 528-1111 -.51.37 time in the 100-Yard backstroke and 49.47 clocking in the 100-Yard Butterfly. He swam the backstroke on the All american 200 Medley relay squad which included Dupre a Junior next year swimming breaststroke Walker in the Butterfly and Sheehan swimming freestyle. The relay team had a time erf 1 39.43. A when i got that letter naming the All americans i really Happy a departing Anderson coach Bob Williams said. A those kids worked so hard. It icing on the Cak after the state a a Wilson a the Best in the nation a the coach said. A the can swim continued to Page 11 children at the Forestville Baptist Church recently celebrated the successful completion of their vacation bime school by polishing off a banana split the length of a football Field. With a combined Twilight band begins at free Twilight band concerts begin in my. Washington a Stanbery Park wednesday july 12 at 7 30 the opening program features Herbert Tiemeyer and the symphonic band with Shelly Bamberger As vocal soloist. Sponsors of the annual family Outing concerts Are the Cincinnati musicians association Cincinnati Park Board and Hamilton county Park District. The Tiemeyer concerts will be repeated thursday july 13 at 7 30 . At rapid run Park Friday july 14 at 8 . At Winton Woods and sunday july 16 at 7 30 . At Burnet Woods. Tiemeyer has planned a program with something for everyone. Miss Bamberger will perform a no no Nanette and a funny girl Quot from the musicals of the same name and the current hit a you Light up my Tiemeyer and the band will be heard in the a american Salute March from Gould so when Johnny comes marching Home a Sousa so Tel Capitan March and Strauss Alford a my hero March the overture to a mignon a a Strauss so Gay Parisienne Ballet suite handels a water music suite and Debussy so eclair de a trumpet duo spotlights Effort of hundreds of kids the Mammoth tee Cream treat consumed in a fraction of the time required to create it. See Story on Page to conc Herbert a. Tiemeyer Carol Alvin and Chris Swainhart. The series of free summer concerts for family enjoyment in greater Cincinnati Parks Are made possible by Grants from the recording industries Trust fund the William s. Ampt fund the . Groes Beck fund for Burnet Woods program and the Hamilton county Park District for Winton Woods programs. The 1978 schedule f allows George g. A a Smittie Smith and 4th of july Parade is week away Church classified fashion editorial 4 1 21-23 13 14 real estate restaurants Harvey Paul 30,21 17 i 1# 100% cent rate of Andersen township Ait. Washington a Newtown a California every tuesday Forest Hills journal june 27, Iff published weakly on tuesdays at 544 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244. Circulation audited by it. Washington s 14th annual fourth erf july Parade will be july 4, beginning at 11 . As has been in the past the Parade is sponsored by the it Washington Junior woman a gub. The juniors purpose is to make available a Community activity that will help children develop a patriotic spirit Parade participants will line up facing North in front of the it. Washington elementary school 1730 Mears ave., Between 10 and 10 30 . There will be no parking permitted in front of the school or along the Parade route. The annual baby contest will take place behind the it. Washington Baptist Church 2021 Sutton. Registration a 75 cent fee will be charged jul be from 10 until 10 45 . Judging will take place immediately after the 10 45 . Deadline. The three categories that will be awarded prizes Are babies six months to one year babies one year to two years and toddlers two to three years. Any child older than 36 months is ineligible. After the judging takes place parents and babies Are encouraged to join the Parade to Stanbery Park where the winners will be announced. So. Bring along a decorated stroller or Wagon. All children from stroller size to 10-Speed Bike size with 2, 3 or 4-wheeled decorated transportation will be first in the line up. Every child will be Given an american Flag donated by american legion Post 484, As a Keepsake. Maddux elementary l bicycle team is always a popular attraction. There will also be a pet contest this year. Anyone wishing to dress up their pet and enter it in Competition and walk in the Parade should report to the line up with the children a division. The children a Competition Are eligible to compete for prizes there will be first place trophies and coupons to Burger chef and ribbons for second and third. The Parade will move North on Mears West on Benneville then proceed North on Sutton to Oxford ave. And into Stanberry Park the judges stand will be located on the band-thurs., Biily 6 at 7 30 . Rapid run Park Price Hill fri., july 7 at 8 . Winton Woods sunday july 9 at 7 30 . Burnet Woods Herbert Tiemeyer and the band-wed., july 12 at 7 30 pm. Stanbery Park it. Washington thurs., july 13 at 7 30 . Rapid run fri., july 14 at 8 Winton Woods Sun july 16 at 7 30 . Burnet Woods. Earl Snapp and the band-wed., july 19at7 30p.m. Stanbery Park thurs., july 20 at 7 30 . Rapid run fri., july 21 at 8 . Winton Woods Sun. July. 23 at 7 30 . Burnet Woods. Andrew Brady and the band wed. July 26 at7 30 . Stanbery Park thurs., july 27 at 7 30 . Rapid run fri., july 28 at 8 . Winton Woods Sun., july 30 at 7 30 . Burnet Woods Over the Hill Gand and lamp a big band-wed., aug. 2 at 7 30 . Stanbery Park thurs., aug. 3 at 7 30 . Rapid run fri., aug. 4 at 8 . Winton Woods Sun., aug. 6 at 7 30 . Burnet Woods Stan Piates band and Pavilion music co.-wed., aug 9 at 7 30 . Stanbery Parkhu Saug. 10 at 7 30 . Rapid run fri., aug. 11 at8p.m. Winton Woods Sun., aug 13at7 30p.m. Burnet Woods. Forest Hills summer 2nd Quarter to Start the second Quarter of the High school summer school program of the Forest Hills school District will begin thursday june 29 in Turpin High school 2650 Bartels re second Quarter classes will meet from 8 00 . To noon for 10 sessions until Friday july 14. Classes will not be held on monday and tuesday july 3 and 4. Students who wish to Register May do so at the District office 7575 Beechmont ave., from 8 . To 4 pm. Until june 28. All registrations should be completed before the first Day of class. Classes have been scheduled in language arts science social studies mathematics and health. In addition a study skills class first offered during the first Quarter of this Summers program has been added to the second Quarter schedule. A the study skills class is limited to 14 students a explained summer school director Kenneth j. Furrier a so students who Are interested should Register As soon As in addition to the academic program described above students May still Register for the football Camp to be held during the weeks of july 10, 17 and 24the basketball Camp weekly sessions scheduled to the week of july 17and the instructional swimming some of the Parade participants scheduled to begin july will include or. Victor Frame 10 and 11 in the to spool. Grand Marshall poster contest additional information on the Winner Kelly Young Junior academic athletic and aquatics t a a o programs is available from the continued to Page 10 a a ctr i it Fps a. Sutton approximately four houses up from Benneville before Sutton Hill. The winners of the contest will be announced inside Stanbery Park. There will also be a soft drink Booth located in the Park. Each Parade participant or group of participants will receive a number to be pinned on their person

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