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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - May 6, 1975, Cincinnati, OhioCol us bus Ohio 43211 Forest trills journal vol. 14 no. 51. Tuesday May 6, 1975 single copy 15�?~ 4 in no i 1 o o 100% coverage of Anderson township a of. Washington a Newtown a California by . Mail 544 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244 committee continues study of Spud overlay application planning Day set Fok y1ay 17 it. Washington City councils Urban development. Planning zoning and housing committee is continuing its study of the application for a Spud overlay on Wayside Avenue. Last week the committee heard three hours of testimony from both opponents and proponents of the zone modification. At the end of the testimony the committee tabled discussion for two weeks to allow committee members to tour the site and travel Wayside Avenue. The tract in question is 79 acres now owned by Katherine Groll. Developer Salem Landing Ltd., Parent company is Sisson Stern had proposed a 275 unit single family planned unit development Spud for the site. The Cincinnati planning commission in making their recommendation stated that the development should be limited to 225 unite. Anthony Bruno agent for Salem Landing Ltd. Said he was a quite hopeful following last weeks committee hearing. He added that he was disappointed in what he Calls a nonsense some of the Points brought up by the opposition. He specifically mentioned the comments about the Natue of the Royal Oak development in Clermont county a Sisson Stern project. That is not the Only project done by Sisson Stern he said. Bruno added that a a in la just be Happy when its Pierce Cunningham chief counsel for the opponents residents of the neighbourhood commented that it was a hard to say now thing were going. A a we be received a much better reception in front of Council than in front of the planning commission a he said. He readily agreed that part of the reason is because the Council members face re election this november. A maybe its one of the advantages of elected officials Over appointed officials a he added. Cunningham readily admitted that co counsel Thomas Luken a Democrat and former Council member will do most of the presentations before Council and committee. A a there a no question that poll Tica plays a great role a he said Cunningham was once the head of the Cincinnati planning commission. Bruno likewise was candid about his strategy. Following the addition of Luken to the opponents Side Bruno secured the services of Vincent Beckman who is also a Strong Democrat for his counsel. He said he hoped Beckman would be Able to counter any influence Luken might have. Cunningham feels the committee will hold the Issue for a while and will look Over the objections raised closely especially density and traffic. He agreed that a reduction in density would somewhat take care of the traffic problem. Residents feel that a Spud development of 225 unite on the site is not compatible with the surrounding neighbourhood also they feel the traffic generated by such a unit would put considerable continued to Page 19 township guide plan hoped finished soon Robert Dorsey member of the Anderson township planning commission an advisory group to the township trustees Hopes to have the township guide plan finished sometime this summer. The commission has set up a a planning Day in May Quot 8 30 a m to 12 30 . Saturday May 17 at Turpin Middle school Bartels re. Meeting will have workshop session of groups of six or so and will enable everyone to make known verbal or written comments about the growth of the township participants he said will be asked to identify township options. Such As the possibility transportation system. Of mass the support of a mass transit terminal land use. Pros and cons of High Rise complexes and More. A we want to make this a Homegrown thing Quot he said adding that no experts from out of the township will be invited he asks that township residents with insights into particular problems of growth attend and share their information. The most up to Date data will be presented. Informal sessions will be held in the afternoon and residents Are invited to bring a bagged lunch to eat Between the formal and informal sessions. All persons interested Are invited to attend. The guide plan has been dormant for several years due to various problems Dorsey informed trustees several months ago. Originally there was a deadline to have it done but it was not met because of Lack of clerical help. Delays resulted because of Laws prohibiting the trustees from funding the clerical costs. Dorsey an architect and consultant earlier was endorsed by the Anderson township Republican organization for trustee in the nov. 4 election. He will be running for the seat occupied by Donald f. Papner who has not decided whether or not he will seek reelection. Forest Hills summer school registration now Oil reports delayed construction continues at Turpin High school construction is continuing on the new Turpin High school on Bartels Road. Gail Fritz clerk treasurer and director of business services at Forest Hills school District recently conducted a tour for the journal for an update on Progress at the new school. For details and photographs see pages 18 and 19. Mike Burns 6d�?T at coaching has Grinders a a it a about that was the comment Virginia Burns made to her husband Mike when she Learned he would be head of the Forest Hills schools football program. She was smiling when she said it but she knew he has a successful record As an assistant coach and deserved a Chance As varsity coach. Since being named he has been interviewing players to get their philosophy. A weight program for the players began in january and lasted until the easter break when Spring sports season began. Six coaches Are expected to return under Burns and he is deciding whether two or three More vacancies will be filled. This is for the a entire football program beginning in the primary grades. Speaking of the a a feeder system. Burns says a we have gotten Good he is not sure How the team will stand up but does stress he will a rely on line is expected to be More experienced than the Backfield. It probably will be 60-40 or 70-30 run is. Pass commented the new head coach. As in past years Anderson will open against Mcnicholas on sept. 5, first Friday after labor Day. Mariemont dropped Anderson from the schedule. Burns is not sure Why but suspects it is because of the new state rating system. Anyway Anderson this year will travel to Columbus Whitehall for a game sept. 12. It is the first time in the last five years at least and perhaps in modern history that an Anderson High football team has travelled such a distance for a ballgame. Whitehall will play Anderson in 1976. Purcell has also dropped Anderson in the third game. Right now Burns is seeking a replacement. Inside the journal Turpin High school picture feature is on Page in 19. Girl scouts had a special Day and the journal was there. Page 8. Automotive 24, 27 editorial 25 bridal if eve. A business 9 gardening 5 classified 22, 23 Public forum 25 Forest Hills journal May 6, 1975. Published weekly on tuesdays at 544 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244. Controlled circulation postage paid at Cincinnati Ohio. A elder wants to play us. But they a kill us a he said noting the league schedule starts the following week. Teams interested in playing the third Friday sept. 19, Are asked to Contact Burns. A we might be Down to nine games this fall if he can to find a league schedules Are made up at least two years in Advance. Burns is seeking to scrimmage Glen Este a neighbouring school Anderson has not met on the Gridiron for the past several years. Burns Hopes to Combine the varsity and Junior varsity program in order to keep 65-70 on the team. It appears As Many As 120 May sign up to play. A that Way we would have the luxury of Competition for a a in a very delighted Burns said about being a head Grid coach. He feels he has Learned a lot As an assistant coach for several years. He was an assistant for five years under Carl Seymour and took Over for him when Seymour suffered a heart attack in the Middle of last season. He resigned from the Post on advice of his doctor. Before coming to Anderson he was under red Daugherty at Colerain for a year and before that. Was an assistant coach at Mcnicholas during the a Ocipa he was referring to quarterback Larry Cipa who went on to play in the Rose bowl for Michigan state and is now with the professional new Orleans saints. Cipa talked with Burns about a month ago and said the saints plan on using an evaluation and Point system. Under this he feels he will get to play for new Orleans Burns and some friends plan to be at riverfront stadium to see the saints play the bengals in Hopes of seeing Cipa calling the signals for the out of towners. The new coach teaches social studies mainly government and american history in the classroom. He will again coordinate the Anderson recreation commission summer program but sees no conflict with this and football. Football can to Start until about two weeks after the end of the rec program about aug. 1. Burns jokes he and Virginia have a a typical football coaches family they Are Lisa 8, Lynley 4 and Amy 2. Burns played five years of football at Xavier University under de Biles. He played High school football in Pennsylvania. He went to Mynick right out. Of Xavier where he met his wife in nurses training. She is now a nurse at jewish Hospital. Forest Hills summer program registration is now underway according to Donald l. Parks head of the program. Registration May be made 1-4 . Monday through Friday. Registration doses june 6,10 Days before the june 16 summer school opening summer school ends july 25 and there is no school july 4. There is a Small registration fee for those enrolling after june 6. It is recommended that each student have his Counselor approve his selection of classes. This Way the student will have Assurance he will be taking the course he needs. Courses Are numbered the same As school year course. The principal said classes Are on the Quarter system for the first time of a student must make up a course he needs to repeat Only the Quarter he failed Parks added. Various other programs will be continued this summer including the music workshop the aquatics basketball Camp and summer playground at the neighbourhood schools. Parks said students May Register by filling out the form available from Parks office. A Early registrations Are suggested a Parks said a because the enrolment in some classes is the school District he added reserves the right to limit class enrolment or to cancel a listed class. Elementary classes Wil meet at Sherwood and Middle school classes in the East Wing of Anderson Middle school. All High school classes except chemistry biology and Tennis will meet in the High school Annex adjacent to the Anderson Middle school. Chemistry and biology will meet in the High school. Students should enter the South door Parks said students a will be expected to dress neatly and modestly at All shorts Are permitted shoes Are required halters and midriffs Are not permitted. Full details May be had by calling Parks 232-2772, 1-4 . Weekdays. Office is in the Anderson Middle school. Current mid Quarter Progress reports from Anderson High school will be delayed because of the moving of the Hamilton county data Center. Parents having any concern or questions about the status of their student As they approach the end of the school year should Contact Counselor at the High school advises Chris Stefan principal at Anderson High school. Businesses beware false ids popular a area youth i amp h alcohol Quot i 1 a a a a a a a a a Columbia Parkway work will take Long time Bobbie a Sterne j reports by Bobbie Sterne a president pro tem a Cincinnati City Council throwing up another Wall. Along Columbia Parkway the mud from the lower part of the Hill Slid away which made the upper Hillside unstable and that part is now in danger of sliding in this state a Wall would not prevent the upper Hillside from sliding the Hill will have to be stabilized first. That a Why the work on the Parkway will take a Long time and until its done the Parkway will be open Only during Rush hours. As for the Long awaited Columbia Parkway improvements for which i voted when i was on the Public works committee we Are now awaiting the report of engineering consultants who will Tell us if this extensive work on the Parkway will undermine the hillsides. After what happened in Adams because of expressway construction. Council and the City administration must examine All Hillside construction with care. We done to want to have another Baum St. So although the delay is frustrating we must find out if we can proceed w without risk of a future disaster every year at about this time i am tempted to write about How Nice it is that Springs Here and forget about the serious issues unfortunately even something As Nice As Spring can bring with it its own serious problems to Cincinnati Spring Rains bring Spring mudslides a and even some serious landslides. Council is increasingly concerned about this. In the last couple of years we have been faced with landslides in several parts of town and some resulted in serious property losses and damage to Peoples All the mudslide areas Columbia Parkway is the one that presents the problem for my Washington and other Eastern communities. Commuters from these areas have seen the results and have faced the inconvenience undoubtedly Many Are annoyed at the length of time taken to solve the parkways problems. If we Are learning anything from these slides and i certainly Hope we Are it is that we can to solve the problem necessarily by just business establishments should take heed hat students have Learned the skill of making false identification cards. The journals five part series on Quot area youth amp alcohol prompted one Reader to phone with the information that students at a local vocational school were printing their own laminated id cards with a photograph. The id carries such information As name age address and social Security number along with a photo. In the Case of her daughters id the woman said the age and social Security number were false. The woman also supplied the names of two local establishments who were accepting the cards. At one a tavern on or 28, the woman tending bar told the journal that they require a Drivers License for identification. Anyone who is now 18 would have received the newer License which carries a photo of the person. The woman indicated that in previous years they had trouble with underage persons using false identification but the new Drivers License has eliminated that. The woman was shown one of the cards from the vocational school and replied that she would not accept that kind of identification. She added that she had seen the girl in the photo but identified her by a different name. The woman also said that persons under 18 do come in to shoot Pool and that there is also pop for Sale. The sign on the tavern door says a you must be 18 to a we have to be very careful and watch that they done to drink a she added. The woman pointed out that they know most of the people who visit the tavern and will not serve those they do not know and who do not have proper identification. The owner of the second establishment that the journal Reader said accepted the student ids confirmed that he would accept the id As a solid evidence of the establishment is a drive through beverage store near the vocational school. The owner said he had seen Many ids similar to the one the journal showed him. He also said he had seen the girl in the photo. The owner said he would not serve a person without identification and pointed to signs posted warning underage persons of the penalty in purchasing alcohol. He admitted he had served persons who were probably not of age but who had shown proper identification. The journal then presented the matter to Carl Rogers director of the vocational school in question. He indicated that he was unaware of the situation and said the Parent who alerted the journal to this should have contacted him. The schools regular ids Are modelled after other school ids and do not carry additional information on the Back he said. In an attempt to Stop the illegal use of the school ids Rogers has issued the following statement for All businesses Selling alcohol a it has been brought to the attention of a or some local business establishment s that some area High school students Are using false identification cards in the purchasing of intoxicating beverages and liquor. A two major types of false identification cards found in this area Are i typical Drivers License and 2 student school identification card. A Many area schools have their own student id Structure and whereas Only the front is utilized and the kinds of information found on these Are name picture Grade or program identification and year. The Way these Are being falsified is additional data is placed on the Back Side such As birthrate height weight Etc. A for the Benefit of our youth and society we would encourage that All liquor permit holders Check All identification very Rogers told the journal that their Job at the school is to help Young people and a allowing them to get away with this is not under Ohio code using false identification to buy or drink liquor can mean if one is Between 18 and 21, a Fine of up to $1000 and six months in jail. In addition an underage person can have his or her driving privileges suspended if a false Drivers License is used. A person under 18 who issues false identification can be punished As a juvenile delinquent. Section 4301.63.9 of the Ohio code provides that a liquor permit Holder May require a Drivers License As identification and May refuse to accept any other Type of identification. A permit Holder Selling or furnishing Beer or intoxicating liquor to an underage person May be fined up to $1000 and or up to six months in jail
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