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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - October 18, 1977, Cincinnati, OhioIi cars per p Raj act of o 11 a Tori e a. I so Els to 1-71 and 17 Tii at Columbus Ghloe 43211direst i fits journal vol. 17 no. 30 october 18,177 single copy 15c the sound of silence silence thunders its threnody through the night. The dog stands As if straining hearing silence. Nothing is no soft Mist forms mini puffs of fog around selected tombstones the Mist seems to reach out Ever so gently As if feeling touching the stones and leaving droplets of lifeless fingerprints among the carved names the dates. Above in the darkened sky a Light punches its the Damp fog. Below it evenly spaced red dots glow As if suspended against the Black backdrop. A Castle on a fog shrouded Moor ? the setting for a gothic novel As the dog stands immobile its ears seeking a sound. Any Rhy Matic squish of rubber tires on the wet dark Auto Homes out of the night. The spell is broken. Sniffing through the Damp grass the dog moves slowly toward the it. Washington water at its Leash All the Way. And again there is the sound of silence. By Pepper Wilson 2577 Meadow mar Lane i Cincinnati 0.45230 relocation of u s 50 expected topic of trustees metro responding Here service to us Epa Park ride planned for it. Washington Anderson township trustees thursday night plan to discuss a recommendation to Hamilton county commissioners that a traffic study be made on the need for relocated u. S. Route 50, said John 0. Brien Board president. Trustees and their advisory planning and zoning committee discussed the matter at a meeting last tuesday. P amp z was to formally propose to trustees in a letter to be handled thursday that the recommendation be made according to trustee Tom Taylor other priorities seen by both groups Are that there needs to be some improvements in the Broadwell . Carmel Ord. Areas to help traffic in order to keep the townships Industrial base located there and something must be done about the future of the Anderson connector to keep Beechmont mall competitive with the proposed Eastgate shopping Center that is expected to be in business in late continued to Page 10 plentiful pumpkins last Spring Mary Russ first Grade teacher at Maddux elementary gave each of her students pumpkin seeds to Plant. When Shawn Kennedy son of or. And mrs. Carl Kennedy 7064 Jeannie Lane brought his pumpkin Plant Home a it looked dead. The Plant was transplanted to the Back Yard where plenty of Cape and frequent waterings by Shawn revived it and produced these three Large pumpkins which weight in As 60, 42 and 30 pounds. The pumpkins Are now destined to become Jack of lanterns and Shawn plans to Plant More seeds next year. Early next month. Queen City metro will begin experimental service of express route for it. Washington residents to the in Aromenta Protection Agency and University of Cincinnati in Clifton Corleyville area. Thomas a Collins special projects manager of metro wrote Willis Cobb president of the it. Washington civic club that metro expects to reduce single passenger Auto traffic and provide financial savings for residents of the area. The service was first requested some time ago by residents of it. Washington service is experimental and will be reviewed after six months Collins wrote Cobb. In order to he continued he said the route must average 45 passengers per trip. Horn ear am a in a Anderson june 11-25 sports Success explored at has the for the second time in nine years Anderson township will Host a Home Rama. More than 100,000 people Are expected at Horn ear Ama �?T78, the new Home show to be in Georgetown Village june 11 through 25. The 110-acre development of Eagle investment co. Is near Clough Pike and Hunley re. Homes will be priced in the $85,000 to $120,000 Range. About 20 Homes of varied architectural styles will be included. On oct. 11 James j. Wimberg president of Eagle savings Assn. And Larry j. Grau president and Orville Brown executive director of the Home builders Assn. Of greater Cincinnati signed contract. Andersons a the biggest area in the new housing Market today according to Wimberg. Brown said a a there a a vast Market on the Eastern Side of town. Its More attractive to people than other Sites have been in past the local location was picked from among 12 by a site selection committee. Developer is Eagle investment co., an Eagle savings subsidiary. A a it a in an area that supports the kind of Homes we like to show in Home Rama a said Brown. Lot is Boun ded by cough on the South and Hunley to the North. Robert j. Buchert will chair the show for the second time. More than 100,000 people visited the show last year at Landen farms in Warren county. By de Wrightjr. Editor Why done to Turpin and Anderson varsity teams especially Anderson High footballers win More games this was the topic kicked around for better than an hour saturday morning at an informal meeting of the Forest Hills Board of education. William Memke Board president said this was a first of what he Hopes to be a monthly feature of the Board. He is considering having the meetings at 8 . The third saturday of each month. Official action on this idea remained to be taken however. All but one question had to do with the Lack of Success in the District High school athletic programs. Has football came in for about three1 quarters of the discussion. Bass Island transferred to county Park District the Hamilton county Park District announces that Little Miami inc. Leia non profit citizens organization dedicated to preservation of the Little Miami River will Transfer its Bass Island property to the Park District Bass Island is adjacent to Little Miami Golt Center a ius acre District Pari 3811 Newtown re. The Park District will use the 20-acre gift As basis for filing a Federal Grant application with the Ohio department of natural resources. If approved the Park District will use Matching funds to acquire and preserve Avoca Park a 58-acre tract located along the lit lie Miami Kihei. Lei obtained the Bass Island property in 1975. Acquisition of the 20 acre tact was made possible through the donation of Charles Sawyer one of the three original incorporator of Little Miami inc. Donovan k. Hopkins president of Lei stated. A we Are delighted that the Hamilton county Park District will make this property into an important and attractive Park. The new Park will remove one More obstacle to including the lower Section of the River in the Federal wild and Scenic River re sons listed by football backing parents and at least one former head he were Lack of support from administration and Board Hamilton county suburban league conference foes save one Norwood Are All located on the other Side of the Western Hills viaduct and insufficient salaries paid for coaches to keep them and the incentive for achievement to continue. A league of local schools was brought up. Memke said there was much earlier discussion with entering the Eastern Hills league but Ehl member schools were not receptive to taking Turpin. A a Nee of local schools was4 proposed Phis suggestion As Well As Tut a Awve ones and others Are being considered by a District wide Adoc committee on athletics. It is to make its report to the Board at its next regular meeting nov. 7. Committee was to meet 5 to 8 . Monday prior to the District Board meeting said Tom Gallenstein director of Pupil personnel who is chairing the committee. Turn it it Rev were playing non conference a schools in 1976 i anti i l la no Euve. Bui now that the spartans Are playing with aaa schools As part of the Hosl they Are not doing As Well it was brought out. Bill Harris the former head coach and now an assistant principal at has said there is a Lack of school support toward sports competitors especially football players. This he maintained is from both students and parents. He then mentioned the Lack of winning Anderson varsity Grid teams in the last years. Harris was Quick to note that his team Only won three games the year he was head coach. He told the 30 parents and Board members the attitude of students now is different a than when we went to he and principal Chris Stefan another former sports coach have kept a record of has Grid Success since 1947. Memke read the record. Charles l. Brown teams 1947-50, won 25, lost nine and tied two in 36 games. In 1951-52 seasons under Bill Simcox record was 69-6 in 20 games. Don eskeets 1953 squad had an even 5-5 Bob Keplinger coached the next years and had a 6-19-2 Mark. Joe Millers 1958-68 teams were the winning est since Brown losing 47 and timing three in 101 games. Harris squad 1969 went 3-6-1. Carl Seymour had a 19-29-2 Mark from 1970-75, Mike Burns had Srl-8 Mark in 1975 and Bob Goodrich a Grinders were 1-9 last year. Anderson has yet to win a game this season and were clobbered 57 to 0 Friday night at Oak Hills. This Shalia King seemed to reinforce the thinking that Anderson is not competitive. One Man said numbers made Anderson non competitive. He continued to Page 10 to set halloween halloween Celebration will be established in Anderson township for 6 to 9 . Oct. 31 by the township trustees at their oct. 20 meeting according to president John of Brien. A metro is anxious to build and maintain that rider ship level which will require your assistance a Collins wrote. Metro needs temporary Park and ride and kiss and ride lots where riders May Park their cars or be dropped off to ride the metro Collins noted. He Siad a these lots need not be1 Large and will not be required to have a Couch enter the lot. A series of Small lots or a reasonable allocation of parking spaces from Large lots is space is requested for one year and there Are several Means to control Access said Collins. A if the express service is Success Ulm a metro will develop a Permaner Park and ride facility a said Collins. This is the stage metro is in with the Sun run in Anderson township see accompanying Story for latest details. Collins expects to Contact Cobb this week to discuss the experimental route. A a support is needed if it is to prove successful a he added. On oct. 6 w. Joseph Dehner jr., chairman of the it. Washington business development committee asked metro to investigate the possibility and need for a Park and ride lot in the it. Washington business District area metro lot on township land is possibility Anderson township trustees thursday night Are expected to talk about allowing Queen City metro to use land the township owns which sits behind the pogues warehouse next to the Beechmont ave. Firehouse. Proposal was reprinted in the journal several weeks ago. Trustees meet for their regular session at 7 30 . At their Beech Mont firehouse meeting room. Trustee Tom Taylor said metro currently regards this Grassy site As the primary site for a Park and ride lot for permanent use of Metros Sun run. According to the trustee the land is presently used now Only for overflow parking for the annual summer firemen a festival. He estimates the lot could hold 150 cars. This is approximately that amount of parking needed Taylor noted. Trustees and the advisory planning and zoning committee discussed. The feasibility a of the township offering this land since it is already publicly owned. The p amp z group Felt idea was in line with planning for the township he said. There also was discussion continued to Page 10 inside today Auto is Harvey Paul 4 business u real estate 18,19 Church 12 restaurants 14 classified 20,21 sports 7 editorial 4 Wright Ings 4 Newtown chief expects High use of Vrcic Forest Hills journal 564 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244 528-1111 100% coverage of Anderson township it. Washington Newtown California every tuesday. Forest Hills journal october 18, "j977. Published we key on tuesdays at 564 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244. Controlled circulation postage paid at Cincinnati Ohio circulation a audited by chief Bernhardt Joehnk of Newtown police department indicated that his department expects to use the regional crime information Center Vrcic nearly 3000 times this year the Vrcic is a computerized communications and data processing facility servicing 43 police agencies in Hamilton county. Computers provide Low enforcement agencies with instantaneous information from county state and National files eliminating inefficient manual filing systems and freeing trained policemen from desk jobs to fight crime on the streets where it happens. Electronically stored information includes criminal histories stolen vehicles and other property and wanted persons. Information on a suspect or vehicle can be obtained within second a process that often took two or three Days to collect prior to the computer system. Police make queries with two Way radios to Headquarters where questions Are routed to the computer Center in the Temple bar building in Cincinati total use of the computer will exceed 2 m million times this year. A renewal of the .27-Mill five year tax Levy along with a .09-Mill increase to meet inflation during the next five years will be on the nov. 8 ballot. The average Homeowner of a Home in Hamilton county Worth $30,000 will pay $3.25 per year on the total Levy an increase of 82 cents said a Levy committee spokesman

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