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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - October 25, 1977, Cincinnati, OhioSingle copy tsp october 25, w7 a of i r i. T modern Vampire finds horror changing by Chery Bauer staff writer this Vampire has a digital watch and a machine to make his own cobwebs Clement bal Tes if i Carme is 20th Century Dracula Bills himself As a count Baltes last of the living vampires Modem technology and a boyhood love a of monster Quot movies Are Quot blended in his Vampire character a i believe in vampires.,�?T Quot Bailes says As he applies the theatrical make up that makes him a Bela Lugosi look a like a but not the kind of vampires. The movies Baltesu parents came from Germany �?o1 done to know yet what part of Germany but in a trying to Trace my background people who know me say in a More like a real Vampire than others who claim to be vampires. A a he became interested in horror movies As a youngster watching Quot classics like the original a Frankenstein and a a Dracula never was scared i understood film and 1 knew the monsters pm the screen Hurt me a a a Boris ear toffs pro Traya of the Frankenstein monster is Baltes favorite. A i always Reid at the part where they killed the monster i Felt sorry for him. The novel a Frankenstein really has a lesson in it but most people Don t Stop to consider it. Or Frankenstein tried to play god by creating life but in the end his creation killed him As much As he enjoys the old horror films Baltes also likes the newer films such As a Young Frankenstein which he saw 14 times. A i had an idea for a comedy version of Frankenstein years before Mel Brooks made his movie hut i did no to have the Money to finance to a he says regretfully. The count has other projects in mind however he would like to make a Low budget horror film possibly a comedy version of 1 a Bride of Quot Frankenstein a a he has thought of starting a Mobile hum was museum to take around to shopping centers. What Baltes would really like to do though is Host a television show much like the one made popular by the Cool Ghoul a few years Back. Although he says he started the first haunted House in the Cincinnati area in 1970 and has made numerous appearances on Ohio and Kentucky to and radio shows the Vampire business has not been a prosperous one for Baltes a Cincinnati is too conservative they done to want to try anything new a he says a if i had known when i was a kid what i know raw 1 would have been a Hall player a periodically he considers moving to California getting an agent and trying to break into television a tre been doing this since 1966 in be went to school and now 1 figure its time to reap something from tit a Baltes would Aki it like to see a change in the seasonal nature of minister wort. A a a a lot of people loved tote scared All year round not just at halloween a he Quot believes a a horror ilk something that appeals Quot to people from so it tto go. Kids love to and cider people seem Hgt like to too horror is More realistic now was in theold movies Quot that was More make lie 1 in pc today people like More realistic horror movies because to adds Quot to Quot the excitement they think suet a a things could actually happen fat them a Quot Baltes explains a times change and everything changes including horror. A it Forest Hills Boe foes facilities the majority of candidates for the Forest Hills Board of education disagree on the status of school facilities and discipline according to a journal opinion poll of the six candidates seeking three terms at the nov. 8 general election. The candidates were asked to rate five general a reas curriculum discipline school facilities financial planning and Long Range planning by giving each a Tetter Grade i a for excellent to f for poor and explaining Why they rated the category7 As they did responding to the questionnaire were Louis a. Buschle Forest s. Heis. Harold c. Washburn and Barry l Johnson providing Only requested biographical information was Barry l. Johnson Lamar 0, Weaver did not Send Back his questionnaire at All. The four have varying opinions of discipline heis an Early 1980�?Ts graduate of Anderson High rated this category c for average so did Harold Washburn a 1877 Anderson Ayer will Host Lollipop concert the Cincinnati symphony orchestras Lollipop concert will be Back in the area in february. So will perform 45-minute concerts at 10 . And 11 15 feb. 4 at aver elementary school 8471 Forest re. Township Flag honoured local boy scout troop no. 476 was recently honoured for their design of the Anderson township Flag by boys life a Magazine published monthly by the boy scouts of America with a circulation throughout the United. States. The scout troop presented their project along with a letter of commendation from the Anderson. Township Board of trustees written by Tom Taylor vice president of the Board. Quoting from the Magazine a a troop 476, Anderson township Ohio completed a year Long project when it presented the Community with its first township Flag. Work began on the project in May 1876, when the troop leaders Council set out to plan a Bicentennial project. The troop agreed to design and buy the Flag each scout made one original design. Then they voted to determine the Best three. These were combined into one. The scouts worked with township officials business leaders and a local historian on the project. On May 29, senior patrol Leader Don Miller representing the troop officially presented the first Flag of Anderson township to Community officials troop 4761ms a Flag which it uses in its guard. The Flag for the township is on display in the township administration building. Halloween is monday Anderson township residents were urged to have their front porch lights on from 6 to 9 . Monday oct. 31, the townships a official Observance of halloween. Making the request were township trustees who set the Date. The journal and trustees had All been getting a., number of phone Calls from parents wondering when the Day would be. In services were held Conchy afternoon for Lytle Young 71, it Washington resident. In the 27 years with i Minuti police department and 13 years As an investigator with the Hamilton county prosecutors office he saw More than his share of crime or. Young died Friday in his sleep at Home. Reportedly he had been ill and off work earlier last his wry sense of humor listened tense moments friends sad. A native of Bantam 0. He joined the Cincinnati police department in 1937. One of his Early assignments was on the Cincinnati police Vise squad with a partner named Stanley Schrotel. He later Becane chief of police and now is head of Security for Kroger . Young later was assigned to the homicide squad Aid investigated nearly every major murder Case m the City in the 15 years he served there he served in the army in world War h. He was a member of Queen City Lodge 69, fraternal order of police the Cynthia Lodge 155, of amp am and the Oola Khan Grotto he leaves Nis wife Aie Cne Beverly Young. On there a mrphom bks Immor in Vampire a Thisen Fin in Rutht of hits Emmr where tie Uwi i m Mim then Ter Tosh re horror films tru tees metro to discuss Sun run me Phillip Ruder will conduct mrs. Sandy Taylor 474-2220, and mrs. Pam smothers 474-8786, Are chairmen of the this is the fifth year for the concerts neighbourhood programs especially designed for 4 to 8 year Olds. Ticket information May be had by calling the so off ices 621-1919. A project of the Friday fighters division of the Scopo women a committee the concerts offer the 250 children attending each program the Opportunity to experience a wealth of music in a close Contact situation that is within touching distance of the musicians and their instruments so that they actively participate in the program. Major crime investigator completed questionnaires and photos of the candidates appear on Page 2. High graduate. Giving it an a Grade was Buschle the Only incumbent to running in the race. Voting discipline a plus was Johnson who has lived in the school District for ,11 years. Buschle. A member of the Boom for several years was the Only one to give school facilities a Grade Tes than c he stated a although our facilities Are More than adequate in most areas definite improvements could be made. This is especially True in the area of athletics and physical education the facilities at Quot both Turpin and Anderson need expansion anti a upgrading tto insure that the maximum i number of students a can a participate a Washburn rated facilities a. Johnson a minus and hens a plus gun icon was rated varying degrees of a a Good Why All Quot four. Washburn and but the rated it b while heis graded a plus anti Johnson a minus a Futor Isi planning Drew a t excellent grades from Buechte and Johnson and b from Washburn and a Pius from heis. Johnson was the Only one to rate Long Range planning As excellent. Buschle did not res Pono to that question. Heis and Washburn graded a plus and b respectively. Us 50 study urged As expected Anderson township trustees Are recommending to Hamilton county commissioners that a feasibility study be initiated and that the study should include consideration of extending the Anderson connector and consideration of improving vehicular Access for the Broadwell re. Industrial area and Relief for it. Carmel rd., both Independent ofu.s.50. Trustee Bob Dorsey in a letter drafted during the meeting said on the trustees behalf a the context of these two Points is tha t with the Long Lead time required to gain actual utilization of �oj5. So to is preferable to resolve the connector and Broadwell issues on a More immediate basis. A further if in fact to is ultimately determine not to. Build . So the other two problems must still he resolved for the health welfare and economic viability of Eastern Hamilton this . Accompanying a letter of recommendation of Richard Sauers chairman of the Anderson planning and zoning that the study he made trustees action on their Tetter was unanimous. Sauers said a on o r u m Una m in o u is y Forest Hilts journal 5�4 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244 x 52b-Nifl recommended the study in part Sauers wrote a consideration should he Given to the completion of the Anderson connector Impact upon the relocation of route 50. A Relief m needed in the Little Miami Quot River Valley and a feasibility study considering the needs of the pub lie with consideration of the environmental Impact mus the Complete Ashe problem will not disappear a Anderson township trustees anti officials from Queen City metre saturday morning will have a work session on the possibilities of the 1 township providing some Tana Tor permanent parking for the Smiy run patrons it will he at 9 3i a pm at the Beechmont ave firehouse according a John Durrien president othe township trustees expected to be at the meeting Are Tom colons and other officials. Trustees thursty a nigh to adopted a non binding Resolution tto enter into negotiations with metre on the project. Trustee Bob Dorsey presented the Resolution. Dorsey sees an Entrance on the East Side of the firehouse . Question a. Grasses and sits behind the Pogue of warehouse and is a a underused. Key furniture of the land needed for Access is willing tto talk with trustees about purchasing it the trustees believes that to80 per cent Matching funds can be obtained for the lot with the own ship a jottoc39 per cent made up a Fin kind the land thus there would be no quo Cash outlay from the township Quot Treasury Here Preeti. Metro has estimated the lot they find to he necessary is will a Ost about Jun mum. Trustees Johnos Brien and Tom Taylor agreed with Dorsey Quot they feel a Park Andrette Hitt is necessary for the Bun run one method the Energy Sis metro has asked Steve lain manager of Beechmont Mali to see of the mall owners would give some Type it off Extension on the a nov. La deadline for end of the Park and to Nup groups reject ran e request on connector land 100% coverage of Anderson township it. Washington Newtown California every t a Utah. Forest Hills journal october 25, 1977. Published weekly on tuesdays at m45 Batavia of three a Cin Crim at Otilo 4sm4. Controlled circulation postage paid at Cincinnati Ohio. Anderson township trustees have upheld their advisory planning and zoning commissions recommendation a to oppose a request for rezoning 38.7 acres on both sides of the five mile connector from part be and part a Toa Lidd a hearing on the change will be held at the Anderson administration building at 7 30 . Del 31 by the Hamilton county Rural zoning commission . Sansalone agent for Eagle investment and Crest communities wants to revise zoning of 10.9 acres approved be planned retail business District to do planned multiple residence and reclassifying More than 2b acres from a residence to do planned multiple zoning. Land to about 2400 feet South of Beechmont ave. In the Vicinity of old five mite re. The township p % z group unanimously opposed the request their thinking was based on inside Voday circulation audited of busier Church classified editorial a ,.fsait 6,u read estate 13 restaurants ii if sports m Wright mrs /17 m m m not being consulted or presented plans anti thus did not kirov As Nicut about the Tai As they should. The request is for More tiran double density which they consider too High for this land. There originally was As strip shopping installation on the four acres on the East Side of five mile and that the Board approved a previous proposal that had the tend donated for a Park concerned about the treatment Plant Huff area against adjoining tenth possible Access to a adjoining tends tto the West Street Width parking spaces and building placement design and height the trustees also approved rezoning .10.7 acres having 193 feet fronting on the Westerly Side of Ashur rd., opposite Hopper re. A zone change from a residence District to Aai residence i sought. Hearing will be held by the county rec at730 . My. 22 at the administration building plans free programs it. Washington Branch Library 3mm8 Beechmont ave., thas planned a number of free programs for children they exerted a jul dec 7 3c2bt fre school Story Book time Ages 3-5.10 30 Gri gum. Tide at Tiu mall s to Dorsey noted the Anders or chamber of comr Netyne a seeking temporary site Tor the part anti ride a something which the me tto be necessary John Zenni Democrat candidate for to Nahn tvs Nee questioned if there would tet enough Security safety and insurance for lot trustees responded they Toogun i there would tee since ill m a Tase to the fire Oise which has Mer or duty 24 noun a Day and tie sheriffs substation soon will tee Estah list led m Tutora building addition Juk treet away Tea items sem mid to Concieca that tiie lot would not tee too Tor away from the bus Stop trustees answer Boh Willard m member of the township Retreat id it it commission that they regretted the Grassy Aura would Tere to tee Breck topped for parking it if about Flo cars hut added that Ranie of the Tell Fields would the use Ferrad with. Taylor suggested that the it Couto be used for Toa Katimi with the construction Aff some hoops an idea done at Withrow High school. Be Ateo envisioned senior citizen activities or it the Blacktop. Both ideas Are in keeping with trustees dire having facilities he used As much As possible to get maximum a Dolter benefits. There is the Possi Hili that the lot oui to also be used for there taking the Arrow sex print his to reds and bengalis games. Trustees expect to digging with metro officiate what Impact if any a proposed Park anti ride for m Washington would have m Anderson to. A. Fp3m 1 or i a .7 1 % a a we a t v4 John h. Zenni democratic candidate for Anderson township trustee Bias called far weekly Public meetings of the Board Tel trustees Labelling the present once a month meeting schedule a is a disgrace. Zenni said a a towns i As targe As. Ours should Tere weekly Quot meetings to Quot better serve fhe citizens noting that trustees Are paid 34,000 a year he said a fhe present meeting schedule Means the incumbent trustees Are teeing paid s330per meeting a a Zenni said he would More for weekly meetings As one Ofhie Fraet objectives if elected a Muki forum meeting aet f or candid Latok membership of Anderson Halfe United methodist Church will Hare an open forum meeting at ? 30 . Nov. 3 m the Fellowship Tell of Anderson Hills United methodist chinch James in. Wiley social concerns chairman for the Church said the format a will tee the same As it has been to the past that being presentation is the candidate for lire to seven minutes presenting material As he chooses
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