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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - March 26, 1975, Cincinnati, OhioKey3p -ip3r to Jot of a o 1 i 3 to a i p t vol. 14 no. 45 negotiations for fundamental school at a standstill negotiations Are at a standstill in the matter of a location for the fundamental program of the Cincinnati Public schools alternative schools program. Two locations had been discussed As possible Sites for the fundamental program that stresses discipline patriotism and the 3 is. Eastern Hills Junior High school on Corbly and Peeples Junior High in Hyde Park were the two Sites under study. Now it appears that neither one will get the nod from the Cincinnati Board of education. Glenn Hendricks administrative assistant to the superintendent explained that the Board of education had taken the position that they were not going to House the fundamental program in an existing school where they would have to have two simultaneous programs. Also the Board does not want to displace those students who do not want a fundamental school program they do not want to Force students to attend a different school. The subject of the location for the fundamental school was not expected to have been discussed at monday mornings school Board meeting. Charles Williams principal of Eastern Hills Junior High school said they need to know by mid april if the program will Start this september. Time is needed to recruit students he noted. However Williams said he doubted that the program will get off the ground for this year adding that it looked a dead right now a Williams and members of the Parent teacher association were instrumental in organizing Community support for the program at Eastern Hills. The Board has already approved several other alternative programs for other Cincinnati school to begin this september., wednesday March 26, 1975 a coverage or Anderson township a it. Washington # Newtown a California by . Mail 54 Batavia pick Cincinnati Ohio 45244 City Council to discuss Spud april 23 the request for a Spud overlay on Wayside Avenue will be brought to the attention of Cincinnati City Council on april 23. That Date has been set for the Public hearing before Council refers the matter to the Urban development planning zoning and housing committee for study. Both proponents and opponents of the proposed Over Lay Are expected to speak to Council. Developer Tony Bruno of Salem Landing Ltd. Said he will be making a presentation based on the prospects of the proposed development. He said there will be no slide presentation but that there is a new site plan which incorporates the changes recommended by the Cincinnati planning commission. In late february the Cincinnati planning commission voted five to two in favor of the single family planned unit development on the 100 acre Groll tract on Wayside Avenue in it. Washington. One of the commissions recommendations was a reduction in the number of units from 272 to 225. The Developer also indicated that he expects several experts will be present at councils hearing to answer questions that May arise. Pierce Cunningham and Thomas Luken attorneys representing the residents of the surrounding neighbourhoods Are also expected to address Council. Cunningham told the journal they would Point out the Basic things that have been pointed hit before density incompatible with the area increased traffic in an area that is inadequate at present and an undesired change in the character of the neighbourhood. The attorney pointed out that the county continued to Page 15 inside the journal easter season is Here and Cherry Grove Plata has easter and springtime bargains in the Many stores there. See the special Plata Section in this Issue. Happy easter to All from the staff of the journal. Some notes about that Holiday Art in weightings on Page 4. Bridal business Church classified 10 editorial 4 8 Foley 8 15 Harvey 4 18 Public forum 4 weightings 4 Anderson firehouse May be court site a we could have danced All 9 two Anderson High school students try to catch some sleep during last weekends Marathon dance for muscular dystrophy at the school. Dancers raised approximately $1500 for the cause. See additional photos and Story on Page is. Anderson township trustee Donald Papner plans to study rental costs charged the Hamilton county municipal court. Trustees asked him to take this on since he is in charge of the trustees buildings and grounds committee William h. Fellerhoff it. Washington resident and a judge of the municipal court said he feels. Anderson township site for night court a can better server the police witnesses mid traffic violators than the present site in Norwood. He plans to bring up the desirability of Anderson As a court site to joint session of the judges within the next few months. One of the Anderson Sites considered is the township trustees meeting room at the Beechmont ave. Firehouse. The Hamilton county sheriffs patrol and the Ohio Highway patrol currently a have been very Active in traffic enforcement in the Eastern area of the county a judge fellerhoff wrote John of Brien president of the trustees. A Sun trustees will demand action from commissioners mid on sewer problems Anderson township trustees plan to demand action from the metropolitan sewer District mid and or the Hamilton county commissioners to Correct a sewer problem that has been going on. For most of last 14 or 15 years in the Larry to Section of the township. Scores of residents experiencing backup of raw sewage into their basements attended the trustees meeting in mass last thursday. Trustee vice president Donald Papner Felt that trustees would a Only get action when we demand action. A he urged trustees to get the commissioners and or mid to Correct the problem or give the reason Why not. He also asked township attorney Paul Schuch to investigate to see if trustees can join the resident in some Type of class action suit to get the necessary results. This sewage problem Papner said is 25 years old. He praised the residents for their Long patience. The patience had about gone at least for some vocal ones by the time they opened the trustees meeting with a Hue and a about their problem. One resident called for the mid to i open up a Hole where the sewer mixed with the storm water along Beechmont ave. When this was done a. Few years ago she told trustees it relieved the problem. A if they say it is illegal Tell them it is illegal to have sewage in our basement a she said in somewhat of an outrage. Most vocal of the group was Walter Schneller of Larry to drive. During the late february storm that brought a downpour to the area Schneller said he came hone on a sunday night to. Find a foot of raw sewage in his finished basement. He said he was a helpless to combat the problem Afta having Many Goa rounds with the mid. During the flooding in is Home the hot water Heater and Furnace Are knocked off. This is a major inconvenience to is elderly Mother living in the Home. William Becker of Larry to and a few others said that they thought the problem was corrected in the Spring of 1972 when such flooding did t occur. But in june 1974 there was a 3.35-Inch rain in one 24-hour period. That started it up again Becker noted. Problem exists now when rainfall reaches about 2 inches ii if any 24-hour period. Residents pointed out that the backed up sewage leaves a a very rank odor in a Home even after the sewage itself is eliminated. Residents asked the trustees to a give us you support in correcting the problem that at least one called newest trustee Tom Taylor urged a letter containing a review of the problem be compiled after trustees have a Chance to go Over papers on the matter this week he urged this letter be hand carried to the mid and the commissioners and ask them what to do about the problem. A a let Snail these people a Taylor said at one Point referring to county employees who have not Given the Larry to residents sufficient satisfaction. Schneller said the mid told him correction would Cost a millions of dollars Wimch they said they did not have. , Wrightjr. Envision rec Center for Anderson twp. Tom Taylor Anderson townships newest trustee Hopes that a some Day Anderson will have a township Community recreation Center. It would be for a every elements of the Community for gatherings of business a groups _ civic organizations senior citizens the family As a whole. He revealed tvs dream to the Sherwood area civic Assn. Last wednesday night. He told he feels the primary reason for a decline in crime in the area is a result of the High level of a Community involvement of the 37,000 township residents. A a positive township thinking has made Community services including its township government More responsive to the township needs Taylor believes. He said the results have been see other stories about Anderson township civic activities on Page 16. Contract with the Hamilton county sheriffs department for two additional patrol cars in the township. High level of interest by the township residents a was a whole for programs that can effectively curb a excellent and responsive local press coverage that has contributed to publicizing the needs of the Community and the cause of. Our civic striving for some a constructive outlet for the younger residents by opening the schools for civic activities summer recreation program of the trustees and Forest continued to Page 16 giant show set for next March at gardens local Wom Afi Heads Mammoth girl scout Bicentennial Job rest Hills journal Recti 24, 1975. Published weekly on in essays at 544 Batavia Pike Cin Nati Ohio 45244. Controlled circulation Tage paid at Cincinnati Ohio. The girl scouts of the great Rivers area southwestern Omo and part of Indiana will be an integral part of the areas Celebration of the Bicentennial. And a it. Washington woman is mainly responsible for the to birthday Celebration. Basically it was the idea of Shirley Kelly to set up a two Day Observance at Cincinnati gardens a year from now. Girl scout Salute �?T76 will be March 27 and 28 next year revealed the events chairman. A a it a a present to the Community a she told the journal. A not a showcase for girl with some adult leadership like her two years of work and others the girl scouts will be putting on the show. The girls of the great mrs. Robert j. Kelly Rivers area will sponsor and plan the event a to heighten Overall Community awareness of girl scouting its Aims accomplishments and True meaning. A it is also a to provide impetus to troop planning in the areas of patriotism and. Knowledge of our country a history heritage and heroines and help them develop an awareness of the past and its relationship to the mrs. Kelly said the gardens next Spring will see a massive display of sex hits demonstrations skits sing along and the like. Theme includes the history heritage and heroines of the past two centuries. Firms such As Proctor and Gamble and ism and organizations such As red Cross have been asked to have demonstrations there she said. There will be four heroines from each of the 88 girl scout neighbourhoods in the nine county great Rivas Council District said mrs Kelly. One is for the past one from the present and two from the future. Girl scouts themselves will be picking the heroines the local woman said. One of the girls of the future will be under 11 in 1976 and the other 11-18 next year. The heroines will be featured at the gardens Salute. Criterion follows websters definition a a woman regarded As a Model for others a she smiled while noting the possible confusion with the drug of the same spelling. There will be nine Large spaces for sex bits she said. Eight will cover the time spans of 1776 to 1976, each encompassing a 25-year Span. Appropriate crafts displays skills arts visual and performing vocations and careers skits inventions historical events continued to Page 5 fortunately these cases Are being disposed of on Friday night at the Jurist said a this requires police witnesses and violators to travel a considerable distance from the place of the approximately 80 a cent of cases disposed of in Norwood come from the Anderson township Eastern Hills area according to the judge. A the court is moving to the Blue Ash municipal building when it is completed and will continue to operate in Norwood a he said. A it is my Hope that Norwood will be replaced by a location in Anderson Fellah off was invited by trustees to inspect the Anderson firehouse meeting room and after looking at it said he believes a it could be adapted to a court room for traffic he discussed with of Brien the needs of the court As to use of a phone toilet facilities and the use of an office a the judge while court is in session. Fellerhoff said he needs to know whether the trustees would make their facility available to the court. Trustees appear willing to rent the room if arrangements such As rental fees and nights available can be worked out. Police prefer an Anderson location Over Norwood fellerhoff Learned from conversations with col. Daniel Wolfangel of the sheriffs patrol. Fellerhoff and judge Peter Outcalt investigated the Bartels re. Knights of Columbus Hall for possible use As a court site. Anderson township has been considered a a with varying degrees of interest a a court site by our Bench a the past two years a fellerhoff said. Drinking up among y even though its illegal a journal report second in a series by Diane Dube a Young male student was removed from a local school dance because he had been drinking. While the chaperone was calling his parents the youth jumped through the window. A 13 a 14 year old girl was drunk by the time she got to school having just finished a full pint of Woskey. She was taken to the principals office where when nobody was looking she did herself bodily harm. These two incidents Are extremely rare according to school personnel but both did happen. As i drug. Harm whether it be internal physical reactions or serious bodily injury As described in the two incidents will be coupled with another harm breaking the Law. In the state of Ohio it is illegal for youth under 18 to buy sell order drink handle pay for try to buy try to drink a share the Cost of any Beer wine or liquor. For persons Between 18 and 21 years Osage it is against the Law to buy sell order drink handle pay foe try to buy try to drink or share toe Cost of any wine liquor or a a High Beer in Omo with two exceptions. It is not against the Law to sell or handle wine liquor or a a High Beer in sealed containers. It is also not illegal to handle used drinking glasses. Reported in last weeks journal alcohol is the most commonly used teenagers Are drinking More and at an earlier age. The bodily a area youth amp a alcohol yet even though it is illegal drinking among youth has risen. A a a its so easy to get a one counsellor at the Clermont county youth services Bureau Yob said. A they done to think about repercussions. A if asked Many youths who drink will list a number of places where they can get alcohol even though they Are not of age. Triese May be places where the bartenders know them a done to Check ids identification cards. Some bars have a reputation a serving minors and the teenagers know Wimch ones they Are. Some bars will be More careful especially if they have had to pay a Fine or lost their License in the past. Judge Charles Jackson Clermont county juvenile court expressed concern about persons serving minors a they bring youngsters in Here a being drunk but in be never heard of anyone being charged with Selling it to him at least by the officers who bring my in. And this bothers me. Anytime you have a boy a girl who has been drinking thaes a 99 per cent Chance that someone else has broken the Law in getting the drink to that boy or he noted that parents can give a child a drink if they want to. One problem that plagues bartenders and stae clerks is underage persons using false identification. Under Omo code the permit Holder is not guilty of a violation if the person buying showed an operators a chauffeurs License indicating that he or she was of Legal age. And if toe permit Hoida made a Bona fide Effort to ascertain the True age by checking the identification and if the permit Holder had reason to believe that toe person was of Legal age. How Eva a person age 18 to 21 can be fined up to $1000 and or up to six months m jail for producing false identification. A person Unda 18 can be punished As a juvenile delinquent a that offence see related article continued to Page 6 quiz yourself How Well can you separate the facts of alcohol from the myths and half truths quiz yourself on the following questions taken from a Booklet entitled a thinking about drinking published by the . Department of health education and welfare. Hie Booklet is for Sale by the superintendent of documents . Government printing office Washington . 20402. Answers will appear in next weeks Issue. 1. True a false alcohol Isa drug. 2. True or false alcohol is a food. In the body alcohol is digested body food i just As food is. 4. True or false in the body alcohol is burned up just As food is. 5. True a false because it is a stimulant alcohol tends to Pep a person up. Continued to Page 6
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