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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - November 13, 1977, Cincinnati, OhioVol 17 no. 35t 9 athletic recommendations Given Board the Farsi Hills Board of education is currently digesting the recommendations and findings of the report of the District and hoc athletic committee a a the problem did not occur in one. Year and the solution won t be found in a Day a said Stipe Robert c Wolf. Losing football seasons at Turpin and Anderson High schools spearheaded the interest being shown in the committee s work said Wolf. He said he sees that More priority might be Given to allowing school activities have More of a priority pm District facilities. A the kids come first a he said in noting that in some cases adults and others have been allowed to use the facilities when the students had to do without. The Adoc committee made final adjustments on the report up until 7 20 of nov. 8 the night the report was presented to the school Board. The committee has made nine recommendations to the Board. They include adding to the purpose of the athletic program the achievement of excellence keeping Board athletic committee going District establishing better financial Means of support coordinating each sport on each Campus and encourage a greater recognition for co curricular participation. The full recommendations and report to Quot the Board is on Page 9 of this Issue. November 15, 1977 single copy 15< a a �i1 three newly elected Boe members Quality education financing activities seen As priorities Here a looking at you sweetheart who tvs turkeys Don t have personality this Friendly fellow at the Amelia poultry farm is just waiting to be invited to thanksgiving dinner. Smoking discussion sought Forest Hills b Oard of education has tabled until its nov. 21 meeting a new policy pm student smoking at District High schools so that Public comment could be Given the Issue. Policy would require students to get their parents written by de Wrightjr. Editor tin three men elected tuesday to terms on the Forest Hilts Board of education have nearly the same Poi cities for the next years Quality education finances and Aid for athletics and other extracurricular activities. Forest s. Heis and Jack Dacey will be starting their own terms for the first time Lou Buschle continues on the Board after about a years experience heis polled 7966 votes Dacey 5168 and Buschle -4453. Barry l. Johnson polled 4214 for fourth place. Harold a Washburn had 3566 and Lamar 0. Weaver 3282. Remaining on the Board Are president William Ken Memke and mrs Phyllis Layton. Financing heis sees school financing in the future coming from sources other permission in order to smoke in the designated areas. Policy modification is seen As a Compromise settlement of s suit filed by Lamar Weaver challenging the boards right to allow any student smoking. Buschle unsure of win Dacey a pleased heis a surprised at vote Lou Buschle was t sure he finish fourth or fifth in the six Man race to elect three to the Forest Hills Board of education. Jack Dacey was a pleased to and both expected Forest heis to be the big Winner. He was. Heis however was a a surprised with the 28 per cent vote he got. His. 7966 could be a record number of votes Given any Board candidate Here. He candidly admitted he had second thoughts about the Campaign in the closing moments. He probably had company. In the 1975 election William Ken Memke received 5291 Vates and mrs. Phyllis Layton 3222. Heis has been praised by several in the Community who Are aware of his drive to take Down his Campaign signs. They were All Down by noon the Day after election. By 8 . Tuesday a half hour after the polls closed All his Large signs were taken Down. Buschle said he was a pleasantly surprised with finishing in the top three and elected to his own four year term. Reason he game was that he did not have the a organization. We had 50 signs and 15 were torn Down a he bemoaned a Lou said he held three or four coffees and attended the candidate night continued to Page 11 than local property tax income tax on the state and or National level is seen by the Young attorney As possibilities. He quickly Points to the danger of a standardized school system that could come As the result of greater funding from outside sources a we done to want to give up local Federal Levels heis claims a cause standards to be near the1 average Quot and there is Little Chance for Quality. Dacey says that the a personal property tax is not fair. The state must make a change in financing schools l1�?T he also sees the danger of giving up local control wit outside financing. All three Are closely watching local school costs they say Are escalating with inflation. Buschle believes the District would get into the financial bind Quot plaguing Cincinnati. City and some Hamilton county suburban districts. The budget of the Forest Hills school District is increasing about five per cent each year some 85 per cent of the budget is now directed to a salaries and. Salary related items. The Board and administration said Buschle must continue to stay abreast of the financial projections for the District. He had particular Praise for clerk treasurer business manager Quot Gail Fritz continued to Page i commissioners aides to Confer on us.50 Hamilton county commissioners plan to have an a in House Buzz session with the county Engineer and others to discuss a recommendation for the relocation a of us route 56. . A a buds Anderegg county administrator told the journal that the division eight director of the Ohio dept of transportation Dot will Likely be in the conference. Me noted that the state has the final say on relocation and commissioners merely will make recommendation to Dot. Newtown Village and a majority of Clermont county commissioners have indicated there should be at least a study of the relocation. Anderson township trustees Are looking for a study As Well As help on particular problems which relate to getting traffic in and out of the Broadwell Industrial area. Terrace Park Council has told county commissioners to a a drop the study. By holding hearings in continued to Page 19 record vote called a super by of Brien what s it feel to have the highest vote total of any township trustee in the history of Anderson township so says John o Brien president of the township trustees who was rec health facilities future priorities eyed a major recreation Center and possible additional health facilities Are among the priorities of at least one township trustee Relee Ted tuesday. Tom Taylor Hopes the trustees township Park Board and Forest Hills Board of education cooperate in the construction of a township recreation Center with a considerable amount of acreage for Active and passive recreation. He said he is hopeful of the Park Ward 1 defeats school Levy likes Becky Ord of in. My Washington East end voters did no to help the Cincinnati school Levy and liked Walter Beckjord the Best erf the Cincinnati City Council candidates. That s last tuesdays election . A nutshell. Voters in Ward 1 it. Washington East end last tuesday voted 3218 for the Levy and 3947 against according to breakdowns furnished by the Hamilton county Board elections those voters residing. Anderson township but also in the Cincinnati school District were it of a like nature voting 29 for and 45 against. Observers who have been closely watching the school Levy results for a the past several years said the Levy gained slightly in areas where it has been weakest in the past including Ward i. Fewer than 41 per cent of suburban voters cast ballots to approve the Levy last week compared with 43 per cent at the special election in May. There is Little question that it. Washington Isnit still pro republicans As far As City Council is concerned. While being one of Only two wards Hyde Park it. Lookout was the other one to give Beckjord the highest count the local area also gave Guy Guckenberger a healthy vote 4299, the second highest Here. Running number three Here was Jerry Springer who finished on top citywide. He polled 4032 Here. If the area voters had them Way with just their votes counting there would be a a Democrat 4-4 split with one Chart Erite. In fourth locally was Helen Hinckley 3911 votes. Only. Chart Erite selected was Bobbie Sterne 3697. Mayor James Luken Democrat was sixth with 3358, Republican challenger Stephen j. Bollinger was seventh with 3365, democrats James Cissell was eighth. Democrat David Mann and Thomas Brush tied for ninth at 3654 each. Finish in order of the citywide vote were Springer Sterne Luken Guckenberger Cissell Mann Beckjord Brush and j. Kenneth Black Well. There has been a lot of conjecture who will be mayor on dec. 1. Luken and Springer two highest Democrat vote getters both want the Job. Charte rites expect to have one of their Council members As mayor one of the years in the two year. Term that begins in 16 Days. Continued to Page ii Board being the umbrella for the activity especially while seeking Federal funding. A moral support from the other bodies will be needed Taylor maintained. After the police study committee makes its report Taylor Hopes to have the trustees initiate a committee to see if the township needs a Hospital or some sort of clinic. Other priorities Taylor sees Are keeping up manpower and equipment for the fire department and Road department. Establishing a Community economic development committee to seek compatible and non polluting commercial and Industry interests for the Community in efforts to relieve the tax Burden on the township s residents. A implement recommendations of the police study committee now meeting. Getting the guide plan finished reviewed by trustees and incorporated into the county planning commissions plan. Inside today Auto Page Bedal news Church classified 15 13. 14 11.19 editorial fashion real estate Wrigh tins 10 13 14,17 10 Forest Hills journal 544 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244 m8-1111 100% coverage of Anderson township it. Washington Newtown California. Every to esd. Forest Hills journal november 15, 1977. Published weekly on tuesdays at 564 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244. Controlled circulation postage paid at Cincinnati Ohio. Reelected to another four year term with 7060 votes a it gives you a Good feeling inside a he said the Day after the win. A it gives you an incentive to do even a better Job a said of Brien who probably was a bit a surprised wit the total himself. Les Wykoff ran unopposed for township trustee in 1967, recalled of Brien and pulled 6100 votes. Walter Black ran unopposed two years ago for clerk and polled 7529, according to of Brien. It is unknown How the voter thought when they went to vote for township trustee. Some voted for two perhaps of Brien and Taylor or one of these two plus John Zenni the democratic challenger but there Are some who were surprised that Tom Taylor Board vice president who ran As the second half of the Republican endorsed team did not poll the highest number of votes. He garnered 7029 votes Zenni got 4203. Taylor has been working in More activities in the township and has a reputation for doing More on the Board. However he has Only been in Public affairs in the township for three years while of Brien and his wife Jackie and their three children have been in Many organizations and activities for a prs. Of Brien concluded from the wins the people must like the achievements the Board majority has achieved the past three or four years. Taylor was a gratified by the Large and said he was extremely pleased with the vote Refior to the vote tally Taylor said he determined the maximum vote would be about 6800 for the winning trustee and that there could be Only a couple of Hundred difference Between of Brien the highest vote getter. He attributed the larger vote than expected to the interest shown in the school Board race in the continued to Page i i will seek to open talks on Anderson Newtown fire pact Stephen Kline elected to Newtown Council with three others tuesday plans to ask Council to talk with Anderson township prayer breakfast speaker subject of Hollywood movies circulation audited by Gem Danny Scholl whose life Story is being made into a motion picture in Hollywood will be the guest speaker at the Community wide prayer breakfast to be held at 8 . Nov. 23 at the hot shoppes cafeteria. Beechmont mall. A Christmas program a Danny Scholl and friends will be televised on cd. 5 during the upcoming Holiday season. The Well known National entertainer and Cincinnati native was one of 50 nationwide achievers honoured at a 1975 dinner. He will speak on the a Power of prayer and guts at the dinner. Scholl was National handicapped person of the year in 1970. Tickets Are now on Sale at the general office of the malls Shillito store at Kunkel apothecary the Beechmont office of the first National Bank and from members of the chamber a Board of directors following the breakfast Lyle Castle judge of the court of common pleas will give the invocation. Charles Cox president of the chamber will give the Welcome. Mrs. Jackie o Brien president of the Anderson Hills woman a club will give a new testament Danny school reacting. Mrs. Edward Mulvaney will sing a i May never pass Way again. Or. Ronald Nott phd., will give a testament Reading. A1 Rice program chairman and a chamber director will present Scholl. William. Skeen immediate past president of the chamber will make a presentation to Scholl. Continued to Page 11 trustees about the township again furnishing contract life squad service to the Village Kline said there has been some casual conversation with the trustees about such a move. Kline believes that the Revenue the township could receive would help pay for the Broadwell re. Firehouse townships third station. Presently Madison place is furnishing contract service. In the Early 1970�?Ts Anderson life squad stopped serving the Newtown area when the Village decided to charge a fire Protection contract rate higher than the present trustees thought reasonable. Contract was for covering portion of the Northern . Kline would favor such a. Move he said Only if it is the Broadwell station was built a couple of years ago. Industry in that area urged the township to make the move. This is one of the priorities Kline sees for his four year term beginning Jan. I. He was the biggest Winner in the nov. 8 election. Kline polled 440 votes. John r Russell and Marlene l. Bowen both incumbents had 402 and 370 respectively. New Cotner Cecil r. Kid Well was the fourth elected picking up 282 votes. Not reelected was Paul Muhlberger who had 229 and William m. Guinn w to polled 157. Other priorities Kline sees involve keeping up with the growth expected in the Village North of or continued to Page 11
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