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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - May 23, 1978, Cincinnati, OhioQuot a a j a s a 1 a t \ \ 1 a a f a it amp to i a a o a m �4 Ltd f n Avaid 43211fittest rills journal vol. 8 no. 3 8k8�fe8s8� journals offer free youth Opportunity ads the journal is offering local youth an Opportunity to secure full and part time summer employment by publishing free youth Opportunity ads As a Community service. In the past scores of such ads have run and led to a number of Job opportunities for youth in far Eastern Hamilton county and Clermont county. It is suggested that readers who have jobs to offer watch for these ads in the May 30 Issue of the journal. A a let a help ourselves by helping our youngsters to help said . Wright journal publisher in making the announcement about the Public service. Free work wanted ads for the youth will be run in the journal for those following these easy rules ads must consist of no More than 15 words including name if desired and Telephone number. Ads must be on the form below or typed double space or legibly printed. Ads must be either mailed or brought to Cincinnati Batavia Pike. Cincinnati of 45244, Street and just East of Thrift Way supermarket front door May be used after hours of 9 . Ads must be received by the journal by 8 30 . Friday May 26 to appear in the May 30 Issue. Ads Are limited to one per youth. Accompanying the and must be the students name address phone number age and school he or she is attending information in the and should include age Type of work desired part time summer or full time qualifications such As licensed drive address and phone number. A suggested and might read want delivery or other summer work. Licensed Driver. High school senior. Forestville. 231-0000. Or it could be girl 18, High school Grad wants full time sales or office work. Can Type. Milford -0000 the following form May be used for a free youth opportune and Opportunity and journal 564 Batavia Pike Cincinnati o. 45244. Please insert the following free youth Opportunity and for me the journal office 564 it. Carmel across the a Small mail Slot by the 5 . Monday through name age a school address another cemetery meeting planned Anderson township trustees have tentatively set a special meeting for 8 . Thursday night to finalize agreement on the restoration of Wolfangel cemetery by Eagle investment co. Paid Schuch. Township counsel and David Dumbacher jr., vice president treasurer of Eagle investment Coare meeting this week in efforts to get the agreement in final form. Trustees called a special meeting for last saturday morning so persons concerned with the restoration of the cemetery could discuss the matter. Only two persons s. James Rogers and Henry Bauer attended. After much discussion and explanation trustees unanimously approved in concept a plan whereby Eagle will locate the Entrance to the cemetery on a 10-foot drive off of Deacon Bench court Between lots 125 and 122 of Georgetown Village subdivision. Eagle will pay for construction of the eight Inch thick driveway for 132.2 feet. Eagle also adjust the Boundary line and put a split rail Fence All this week in Forest Hills area Only three More Days until the first weekend of summer and the Kickoff of the summer season. Make it a Safe Holiday and remember Why we observe this Holiday. Inside this week Anderson township Eire chief de Stagnaro recalls a previous River Downs fire and How he almost did no to make it through. Page 4.who a Lucille Ford see Story on Page so. Summer school is becoming big business at Clermont College. Seepage a. A local race Driver remembers the old Days. Page 10 and 11. Weekend after memorial Day weekend also will have big doings. See Story and photos on Page 18. Anderson Hills United methodist Church will celebrate its Silver anniversary May 28. Photo and Story on Page 15. It. Washington and Newtown will have special memorial Day observances. Details on Page 3. Bridal news 14,16 business 7,18 Church classifieds 22-24 editorial 4 fashion 13 sports 10,11, 24. Forest Hills journal 544 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244 528-1111 104% coverage of Anderton township my. Washington a Newtown a California every tuesday. Forest Hills journal May May 23, if78. Single copy 15< a person of culs co Frfd Over two fires in five re inspection urged around the cemetery As Well As provide other considerations. The agreement will be the fourth drawn up by Eagle in efforts to make restitution for building a Home on what turned out to be cemetery property. Tom Taylor township trustee president said the Issue could go to court but it is not Likely the court would Force the Home to be torn Down off the property. Rather he added trustees believe the court would say that the restitution similar to that proposed and agreed to in concept be made. Taylor noted that court action would tie up the matter in litigation for several years and no one would know what its status was. A number of defendants of the Wolfangel family attended thursdays trustee meeting and saw proposals by Eagle. At that time Taylor said the trustees recognize a the severity of the the trustees would like to see the improvements done by memorial Day May 29, As the defendants wish. 23, 1978. Published weekly on tuesdays at 564 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 452 44,. Circulation audited by by de Wrightjr editor Anderson township officials Are becoming increasingly concerned about fires at River Downs. At a special meeting saturday morning 32 hours after the latest Blaze at the track trustees unanimously voted to request the state fire marshals office to make an inspection of the track As soon As possible. Trustees also Are asking for a copy of the report of findings of the Check. See other photos Story on Page 19. The state normally makes an inspection about a month before each of two racing meets. The second racing meet is to Start in Early july which Means the sex Section would be due any Way about Junel. Trustees were concerned that the state is not taking As great pains As possible could be done to Check the local race track scene of two fires in five years both of which saw barns destroyed and horses killed. Lack of manpower in the fire marshal s office is the reason Given in the past to Anderson fire chief de Stagnaro he told trustees saturday t�?Tustee1 president Tom Taylor said the fires take the entire township fire department to fight and a a that a a concerns a when firemen must risk their lives. Stagnaro is concerned about the Protection of the rest of the township when total manpower i used at one fire. In the instance of the latest Blaze smoke was still coming out of the ashes at the River Downs fire Friday morning. Journal photos Gen c Arr. Early Friday morning that took 26 30 horses and injured one Withamsville sent some equipment to Backstop the township and one Anderson truck went to Wilson elementary to stand by in order to protect that portion of the township. Stagnaro said he tries to make sure the state inspects the barns r parts of River Downs 30 a Days prior to the opening of each meet in Accordi Nanee with state Law Stagnaro said the fires can happen regardless of the number of inspections but trustees Hope that More concentrated inspections May help to prevent such blazes the chief said that inspections usually concentrate on probable Hazard s to human life such As the clubhouse and cooking areas. He told trustees a a it a too late for an inspection to of the fire and that Only the Normal Check could be intensified trustees and Stagnaro both indicated they were upset that the state has the Power to make the inspections and their Power supersedes that of the township. Of the area was a municipality Stagnaro said the situation would be in reverse. Quot we re doing a lot More than the Stagnaro said in reference continued to Page 19 rezoning now up to county commissioners Hamilton county commissioners those with the final say in toe matter will hear a request to rezone the Groll property for a Quality restaurant and the adjoining property of . And Lillian West. No Date has been set As yet but hearing is expected to be probably in july. Meanwhile three bodies made decisions on the matter last week. The Anderson township planning and zoning commission last tuesday night voted 6-1 to recommend denial of the zone change. The Anderson township trustees thursday night voted unanimously to accept the recommendation. Meanwhile the Hamilton county Rural zoning commission was unable to come to a decision on the Case and sent it to the county commissioners without a recommendation. This is the first time in at least the past 14 years members were deadlines Advance for May 30 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 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 classified ads classifieds paid for after the Normal deadline will be accepted if paid for until 10 . Friday May 26. The journal thanks in Advance those who meet these deadlines. Unable to come to a decision on a Case. Hamilton county regional planning commission earlier voted 5-1 against rezoning because members of that commissioners though the plan lacked detail. The key problem in the plans is with the w is residence. West will agree to restrictions such As screening and placement of the driveway and parking lot but does not want to amp say he will use the House for anything specific. Ernest Combs director of the rec said that in a planned development District property owners must be specific about their intentions. Combs believes objecting to such a control nullifies the plan. But rec members and Forest heis West a attorney think the zoning Law is not Clear on what is required for be planned retail business that is whether one has to be specific on the use of the property. Richard j. Sauers Secretary of the Anderson a amp a said that group rejected the plan for reasons that dealt with the Groll property specifically. A a shortage of parking for the proposed seating capacity was cited particularly in that overflow parking were not available nearby. That the proposed restaurant usage would have a detrimental effect on the adjoining c zones to the East and South due to the nature of the business and the late hours of operation As Well As the excessive depth of penetration South of Beechmont were the other reasons for the denial. A also noted was use of a six foot High berm to screen the parking area from the adjacent residential area of a recommendation for approval been made. Sauers statement for that group said a the consensus of the commissioners in discussions preceding and following the voting was that the two parcels were not suitable for residential use add would ultimately be used com medically. A sentiment was expressed that the commission would be receptive to an e zoning on the West property and a double letter usage on the Groll property with a usage that was conducted primarily during the daytime prior to voting. Township trustee Tom Taylor Felt that trustees should hold another hearing before deciding but after hearing additional arguments from Shangrila residents voted reluctantly with the other two trustees. Cemetery restoration planned by Anderson a master plan for updating Anderson township cemeteries was unveiled by trustee John of Brien. Trustees have asked John Dahlheimer head of the Road department to determine the costs of upgrading the five cemeteries. Collection please if you receive the journal by Carrier its collection time again. Your Carrier will be knocking at your door in the next few Days. Remember to ask him for your receipt and do not pay if you done to receive one. It has a value of $18.99. Please remember that payment is voluntary and that your Carrier receives commission on every collection including both labor and materials. Trustee president Tom Taylor wanted trustees to consider upgrading other historic cemeteries in the township but agreed with o Brien that their first priority was in the township cemeteries. If there Are funds available then the other cemeteries will be considered trustees decided. Trustees have $5000 Community development Grant provided in 1976, to provide some of the funding for the project. Wolfangel cemetery under o Brien s plan would be left in limbo since work is to be done there. Tombstones need to be replaced or fixed in All. His proposal by cemeteries Asbury re. Cemetery just North West of Asbury on Forest re replace front and rear Fence some Walls and other work. Bridges cemetery new fencing for East Side paint Black the railing around the revolutionary War soldiers grave. Markley re cemetery a in pretty bad Fence cemetery to keep vandals out Rosehill cemetery at county line on or 32 optional consider fencing in the entire area. Needed would be 1300-1400 feet of fencing. Cemetery is a very Beautiful Way it is a a said of Brien but fencing would be desirable for Security if funds available. He proposes work be done by township Crew and record of amount of time be kept. Split rail fencing is being considered if there is enough Money in the township Treasury that can be allocated towards it

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