Page 1 of 16 May 1978 Issue of Forest Hills Journal in Cincinnati, Ohio

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Read an issue on 16 May 1978 in Cincinnati, Ohio and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Forest Hills Journal.

Browse Forest Hills Journal

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 16 May 1978 Forest Hills Journal in Cincinnati, Ohio. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - May 16, 1978, Cincinnati, OhioFist?roj22t cd i 131o"i0a1 Soale to 1�?71 a i 17 a a. F of. Colu.r.bu3, Ohio 4s211forest kills journal Nagel re. Park gets name dedication near local gop affected if Maloney takes Post if state Seo. Michael j. Maloney takes the Job of Hamilton county administrator it could Well have local political repercussions. Maloney is seeking reelection to another four year term As seventh state senator. But in. The next few Days he is expected to decide whether to apply for the Job. From several Republican sources the word is the same if Maloney wants the $46,000-per-year Job its his. Maloney a seat would be vacated if he took the Job. And All three of the state representatives in his Senate District Robert a. Taft ii local 65th District Richard h. Finan 19th District and Helen h. Fix 26th District want to move up the political Leader. Taft and others higher up in the party also note that there might be others As Well. If Taft does get the nod there is at least one Man who is interested in being considered for tafts Job. Its Thomas a. Taylor president of the Anderson township trustees. Dea tilings a Eva Nee for mar so journal in order that journal employees can observe the memorial Day Holiday May 29, deadlines for the May 30 Issue of the journal will be stepped up a Day. Deadline for news All news must be in the journal office no later than 9 . Wednesday. May 24 deadline for display ads. All a display ads must be in the journal office no later than 4 . Wednesday May 24. Deadline., for classified ads classifieds to be under proper categories must be in the journal office and paid for by 10 . Thursday May 25. Deadline for too late to Eta is i fled ads classifieds paid for after the Normal deadline will be accepted if paid for until i . Friday Quot May 26. The journal thanks in Advance those who meet these deadlines. 1m% coverage of Anderson township. It. Washington a Newtown a California every tuesday. Forest Mills journal May 16, 1978. Published weekly on tuesdays at 564 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244. Hearings set on restaurant rezoning both Taft and Taylor also say that there could be others interested if it got to that Point. Taylor believes that. Taft mrs. Fix and Finan Are All doing a a Fine jobs in representing their Eon Sti Utenis and have a excellent reputations. He has not Given any indication to party officials that he would be. Interested in the appointment because he said it would be Taylor thinks it is a very important someone from the 65th districts far Eastern Side be named to the any vacancy for . Meanwhile Taft feels that the party should pick one of the three state representatives since they know the ropes of How the legislature works and would be most effective in the Post. A Well placed source in the county Republican party has told the journal however that the party May be reluctant to Point one of them because it. Would create at least one More vacancy. It is expected by sources that the Fields would be opened up for any vacancies and not limited to those mentioned above. This situation is similar to one Early this year when Maloney was being considered As running mate for gov. James a. Rhodes. But Maloney bowed out of Contention continued to Page i 7 Forest Hills journal 544 Batavia Pika Cincinnati Ohio 45244 528-1111 Anderson township planning and zoning commission will have a meeting at 7 30 . May 16 to again consider rezoning of the Groll property for a Quality restaurant and adjoining property owned by . And Lillian West. The commission has met several times before and members have been enable to form a consensus according to Dick Sauers of the Board. At press time trustees not set any special meeting to hear a recommendation of the local planners but hoped to do so. The township planners Are merely an advisory group to the trustees. Forest heis attorney for the wests said that a be plan for that residence would be presented. Heis said he and West would be agreeable to be zoning if building location parking lot and driveway and screening were As presented in the architects drawing revealed at local hearing of the Hamilton county Rural zoning commission last thursday night. The rec plans to act at 1 30 . Continued to Page 17 Lillian Ludlow surprised by brass colleagues kids Lillian Ludlow is the Only head Cook Summit elementary school has Ever so when it was announced she planned to retire the staff and Pat got together and held a special a Ali 11 Ian Ludlow a we tried to keep it a secret a explained principal Ray Storer a and from the expression on her face 1 think we present and former colleagues met in the Summit cafeteria and gave a surprised mrs. Ludlow some special a thank yous for her years of service to the school. Brief speeches were Given by a few of a few of her previous Bosses Harold Maddux principal of Anderson elementary school when mrs. Ludlow was first employed by the District in the fall if 1957and Mil Perry recently retired director of food services for the District. Circulation audited1 by additional comments were made by Margaret Henry present food service director Gail Fritz director of business affairs assistant superintendent Fleming Justice and superintendent Robert Wolf principal of Summit when mrs. Ludlow became head Cook. In addition to the speeches the Pat gave the school a flowering crab Apple tree to be planted in the front Lawn of the school dedicated to mrs. Ludlow and another tree for mrs. Ludlow a front Yard at Home. A signed apron from the staff and a jewelry Box from the Cooks were also presented. A a in la miss the children was mrs. Ludlow a final comment. A and the children will miss Here added a member of the Summit staff. Mrs. Ludlow opens a special gift from tier grandchildren. I a. Lam Wiki some of me in Karen aider the Park Board to get first of own land Anderson township Park commissioners Are about to have their first parcel of their own land. Some 144 acres in the Royal Oak subdivision will be under the Park Board As soon ask they pay $1841.36 in Back taxes Royal Oak is located Between four mile re. And three1 mile re. Fred Tilton attorney for the Board has received the deed for the property and plans to Appeal for a rebate to secure a reduction on the tax amount. The Nagel re. Recreation Park land is being developed by the Park Board but the land is owned by the Forest Hills Board of education the Board is known to be seriously looking at two other parcels of land in the township but the locations have not been made known because of the sensitivity erf negotiations the Nagel re. Recreation Park is the official name of Anderson townships first Park. The members of Che Park commission voted this name after holding a contest. They said that most people knew the Park by this name already so did not see an Post record continues it. Washington a american legion Post 484 is keeping up with its Pace of obtaining blood for veterans. Bob Schmidt and Dan Mugavin chairmen said that 103 pints of blood were Given last thursday but More Are expected to be Given at the a Hospital by those unable to make it then. All those who gave blood were Given a Steak dinner furnished by the legion assisted by the posts auxiliary at the Post Home Sutton ave. At Ben Neville. Among those who gave blood were 15 marines recruited by the recruiting office downtown., said mrs. Schmidt. Journal photo. Reason to change it. All that was added was the word a a recreation to emphasize the Parks usage. The Park will be dedicated after aug. 15, probably soon after labor Day. A ceremony with sports representatives and perhaps political figures soon will be planned said Dana Whiting newly reelected president of the Board. Jon Schneider Board vice president will develop format for the ceremonies. A Field scheduling committee composed of representatives from sports organization is being formed. Harky Fermann will or present the soccer groups Walter Fischer the pee wee football and wine hell Smith District five Knothole baseball. Whiting does not anticipate any problems that can not be worked out among the three groups. For instance he said a championship game will take precedence Over a practice session of another sport if the seasons conflict. Other area groups wishing to use the Field should Contact Whiting. In other news concerning the Park the Forest Hills school Board has tentative accepted the contract whereby the Park Board will develop the Parlours Trail using some addition school District property. Final acceptance is pending approval by the school boards attorney. A proposal for lighting of the Park will be presented before the next Park Board delivery of the shelter avas received by the Eastern Hills Jaycees. Fred Mitchell consultant will discuss with Herschel Gorman some possible changes in the area now allocated for plantings and the Park sign along the Entrance Way Board will leave the Park Gate c continued to Page 17 architects rendering of the proposed improvements to the Groll residence if zoning is provided so the 150 year old Home restaurant. May be converted into a Quality

Search All Newspapers in Cincinnati, Ohio

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Forest Hills Journal Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Forest Hills Journal?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection