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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - May 30, 1978, Cincinnati, OhioCsc t ic�?~#3?hp3r a it Ohio i torn Cal 3ocioty 1-71 Una 17zh ave. Columbas Ohio rest t ius journal to ii no. 4 .v.v.v.v.w.v.v.v.v.v.w.vav.v.v.v,. May 30,1978 single copy 15< shown with state Kep. Robert a. Taft ii examining some of the plaques of the Freedom shrine Are John Bates of Exchange club and Anderson township trustee John of Brien. It. Washington july 4 Parade plans underway the it. Washington Junior woman a club is working hard to line up its 14th annual fourth of july Parade. The Parade will begin at 11 . July 4 at it. Washington elementary school. The Parade will end at Stanberry Park with program and award ceremonies. Each year the it. Washington Junior woman a club encourage children to join in this summer project As it is a an excellent Way of developing a patriotic spirt and participation in Community All youngsters Are urged to ride in the Parade on their decorated bikes and trikes and compete for prizes. Other children a categories eligible for awards Are 4 wheelers costumes organized groups scouts Rainbow girls Etc majorettes and precision teams a baby contest for children Ages 6 months to three years and a pet contest. Besides first second and third place awards in each category every child will be Given an american Flag which Are generously being donated by the discussing the shrine Are Phyllis Layton. Board of education member Taft and Robert. Wolf superintendent. Journal photos Wright. It. Washington seeks to form businessmen a club it Washington business development committee will attempt to form a businessmen a dub and handle other projects at a june 1 meeting. Joe Dehner. President of the committee said the meeting was important. It will be at 7 30 . June 1 at King s restaurant 2111 Beech Mont ave. Other items on the Agenda include -1978 Community work program parking lot construction for both blocks a and b litter control program Street tree report storefront improvement Loans. Dehner requests that those with questions Call him at 421.-5828. Rec sets hearing on june 5 planning the it. Washington 4th of july Parade Are sue Thamann left and Gwen i Huffsteder. American legion Post 484. Main parody chairmen. Sue Thamann and Gwen Huffsteder have been Busy contacting groups and organizing sub chairmen including baby contest Carol Bernhardt judges Carol Simons publicity Nancy Bulger line up Judy Tilton banners and signs. Evelyn Banzhaf awards Kate Young children a division Gloria Boggess and Pepsi Booth Debbie Corot is anyone needing further information May Call 752-4717 after 6 . Or 232-8470. More details about the Parade will be announced later. Hamilton county Rural zoning commission will have a Public hearing at 7 30 . June 5 at the Anderson Beechmont ave. Firehouse on a request to rezone 3.2 acres for extending Midas Muffler location. 65 feet in the rear. The firm wants to change c residence property to e retail business in order to accomplish this Anderson township trustees noted. Midas Muffler already owns the land. A Compromise reportedly has been reached on the size of a Buffer zone Between the Stop and single family Homes on Shenstone drive. The shop owns a 800-foot deep lot the front. 200 feet of which Are zoned for retail business. The shop asked to extend retail zoning for the entire length but the county planning staff has Hamilton county zoning appeals will hear Grain elevator Case the Hamilton county Board of zoning appeals will hear the proposal for the Grain elevator for along the Ohio River when it meets at 1 . June 7 in room 234 of the county courthouse. Last week the Hamilton county regional planning commission pc voted to recommend against construction of the $800,000 Grain elevator and storage facility. Queen City Grain co., which proposed the facility has not answered questions about How it would affect the environment in an area used largely for recreation according to Ernest Combs executive director of the pc. Elevator towers and storage binds world be located on an eight acre site 150 feet East of four mile rd., near River Downs. Combs said any a special use planned for flood Plains must receive a permit from the Board of zoning appeals based on a recommendation from the planning commission the a s. Army corps of engineers in Louisville has received letters from local and Federal agencies and people who live near the site All questioning the facility s Impact on the area. The Grain elevator could generate As much As 100 tons of dust a Yea according to the Southwest Ohio air pollution control division. A permit from the . Environmental Protection Agency would be req red. Cincinnati water works suggested the elevator would affect water Quality because it would be near the City a intake valves on the Ohio River. The . Coast guards a concerned about increasing River traffic and the possibility of Grain barges breaking away from their moorings residents have objected to possible rodent infestation noise from Grain drying blowers and elevator explosions the Grain term is required to file an environmental assessment to answer All objections but has not done so because the company is still working out the engineering details said Larry Martin of the corps. The firm wants to build four 60-feet diameter Grain storage bins four 15-foot diameter loading bins and a. Loading platform that would. Extend 85 feet into cording to Combs. Elevator would process 500,000 bushels of Grain and Load one Barge for shipment a Day. Anderson township trustees voted unanimously in opposition to the facility. A Grain elevator proposal Tor the area won approval for zoning variance in 1976 but approval has expired according to Combs. Robert Reckman. County commissioner has indicated opposition to the plan. Hamilton county Engineer Donald c. Schramm has expressed concern the operation would cause a backup of traffic. This week in Forest Hills May is warning and the summer weather is finally Here. Enjoy the Sun and also this Issue of the j our a 1 with these Fea Tures a group you suspect has challenged the Anderson township trustees to a softball game. Find out who in a Wrigh Tings on Page 4. Also on Page 4 Are comments from readers and the journal s endorsements in the june 6 primary. One Perez favors volleyball Over baseball Story and photo on Page 11. Free youth Opportunity ads Are on Page 6. Other bargains Are in classified pages pages 18-21, Cincinnati mayor Jerry Springer is about to unleash a a a blast. Story on Page 3 tells what about. Or ��9j Jua iut classified Church 1v-22 8 fashion editorial real estate 13 4 18, 19 Forest Hills journal 544 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244 528-1111 Exchange club presents the Freedom shrine the Eastern Hills Exchange club presented and dedicated a Freedom shrine to Turpin High school at a school Assembly last thursday. It is the second such shrine that Exchange has contributed to the area schools and they plan on a total of five. Ken Fouts. Student Council president of Turpin High presided during the ceremony witnessed by 100 civic school and student leaders. Robert a. Taft 11, Ohio 65th District state representative gave the main address. He reminded the students How fitting it was that the Freedom. Shrine a should be Given to Turpin just a few Days before memorial Day. During which americans celebrate the freedoms of the Usa and remember those who fought to make it so free. The actual presentation was made by Jack Snyder president of the Exchange club. Robert. Wolf superintendent of Forest Hills schools also addressed the Assembly As did Gerald Chance. Turpin principal 200 feet of retail zoning. That plan would have left the Back 300 feet As Buffer. Two Shenstone drive residents said they wanted the Back of the lot la remain an open Field Robert Hartman a commission member recommended an Extension of the retail zoning to All but the Back 75 feet of the lot. The county regional planning commission went along with his recommendation Al thus overriding the staff a recommendation to be considered at the june 5 hearing. Repro. Robert a. Taft ii addresses the gathering at the dedication of Exchange club gift of Freedom shrine to Turpin High. The students at Turpin aided in the construction of the frames to House the plaques of which there Are 28 in All Exchange got the idea of present my shrines to schools based on the Freedom train idea that toured the country a number of years ago Snyder said the first presentation As made in 1950 to a California school and now 5000 have been Given. In his talk Snyder said a heritage of the past is the seed that brings Forth the heritage of the he asked Turpin to cherish and protect the shrine it was accepted by Fouts in the name of All students in the school Bike safety inspection planned Here Maloney Hopes of meet on Job Prospect state sen. Michael Maloney Hopes to meet with All three recommended addin on another. A a a a a a details on the county administrator Job. Those close to Maloney say the Job is his if he wants it however he wants to talk with All three commissioners As a group so they can get a feeling of him. If Maloney likes what he hears he will fill out a formal application the River a Job hopefully will be filled by july commissioners said. The 22nd annual Hamilton. County bicycle safety inspection will have the Anderson township inspections on wednesday june 7 at Wilson elementary from 10 . To noon and at Maddux elementary from i to 3 . Thursday june 8 at Summit elementary from 9 to noon and Sherwood elementary from 1 to 3 . The Rossmoyne inspection will be held on Friday june 9 at Sycamore Park from 10 . Until 2 . The bicycle safety program started in 1949 As a joint venture of the Hamilton county sheriff s patrol and the coca cola bottling w works co the Lane operator is employed by the coca cola bottling works com., which also provides All materials needed and is trained by the Hamilton county sheriffs patrol. This years program includes Over 70 inspection dates in More than 54 greater Cincinnati communities including Northern Kentucky. Clermont and Butler counties. According to Hamilton county sheriff. Lincoln j. Stokes the growing Riding sheriffs patrol files All inspection reports from _ the tests in each Community participating a the popularity of bicycle sheriff Stokes adds a makes our testing program imperative to the safety awareness of our Young people a the summer inspection program ends with the 22nd annual All Hamilton county bicycle Cha Tnp Tio ships. Outstanding bicyclists from each inspection will compete for the championships the contest will include an inspection written examination and an obstacle course winners and runners up will receive prizes provided by the coca cola bottling works company such As bicycles radios cameras and Many More. The inspections Are free and each participant receives a bottle of coca cola. Each boy and girl who qualifies for the championships will receive a Carton of coca cola. Information regarding Community tests Sites will appear in local newspapers and can be obtained by calling the sheriffs patrol Headquarters at 825-1500. 100% coverage of my. Washington every tuesday. Anderson township Newtown California Forest Hills journal May 30, 1970 published weekly on tuesdays at 504 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244. Circulation audited by Forest Hills Boe gets new meeting room school supt. Robert. Wolf. Board of education member Phyllis Layton and Gaii Fritz business manager try out the new Forest i Lilis schools Board room at the administration offices. It is Beautiful v panne led and will House a Large number of persons attending Board functions. W Olf said it a is the last part of the restoration program for the Board will hold its first meeting there june 12. Journal photo

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