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THOMAS HUNTER, Mgr.
8106 PRESTON HWY.
MICHAEL HUMSTON. Mgr.
Poplar Plaza Shopping Center
said there was
not anything he could do to stop
since Craycroft's plans fulfill all
the city building regulations and the regulations
of the suburb. But the mayor promises, said
Mazzoli, "to make sure it (the new housing
development) was adequately policed."
According to Mrs. Russell Orr, another
Watterson Lea resident, "We don't want the
type of people that will move into it (the
housing development) with only $250 down.
"These people have no reason to stay," she
Mazzoli's concern was similar. "We have nice
comfortable houses and nice people," he said,
"and we're not going to have people paying $75
(per month) living next to ones paying $150."
Craycroft Enterprises has been running a
daily newspaper advertisement which claims
that "payments are cheaper than rent." The
describes three and four
bedroom brick homes for buyers with an
income between $4,500 and $7,900.
Craycroft has had success with similar
housing projects elsewhere in the city.
The mayor, Franklin J. Chambers, assured
the assembled group that the building
department, the building inspector, and F.H.A.
will be watching to make sure there will be no
infraction of building codes and regulations of
Qne of the existing regulations of the suburb
of Watterson Lea is that a home must be at least
1,100 square feet. According to Albee, all of
the homes which are planned will be at least
The session was finally called to a halt after
more than an hour of heated exchanges
between the residents of Watterson Lea and the
of Craycroft Enterprises,
including the director of the Craycroft project,
Herman R. Miles.
Over fifty years of service
Area Girls VJin Awards for
professional journalism is that
she would "rather work with
people than write about them."
Carolyn has taken several
courses in journalism. Last year,
while she was news editor of the
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Susan, who said she was "so
surprised I cried" had not even
known she was one of the
nominees for the honor. Her
name had been placed in
nomination by her pastor the
Reverend Kermit Slener of
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Susan figues it must have
been because she does a great
deal of volunteer work in the
community that she was
selected. She gives her time to
Kings Daughters Home for the
Incurables, United Appeal and
other organizations and also
trains new volunteers. During
the elections she was active in a
program at Memorial
for Auditorium, Sunday, April 26,
Susan DeLapp, sophomore
at Durrett, was named one of
the Youth Recognition Week
award winners. Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. James R. DeLapp, she
lives at 3 1 00 Meadowlark.
Her sixteenth birthday party
was interrupted by a phone call
from the youth week program's
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Four new and original ballets
will be given. "The Rainbow
Ballet" is a study in classical
ballet, and will be given by the
The adult company will
present "Romany," a gypsy
type ballet, danced to the
changing moods of soulful and
dreamy, to gay and wild
accelerated rate of growth."
Last year was a banner year
for recreational vehicle sales,
Browitt said. In that one year
575,000 camp sites were
there were also some
575,000 camping units sold.
"It's a matter of simple
arithmetic," he said. "Facilities
must be provided for those who
"We know that the national
populace is looking for as much
wilderness as it can get," he
commented. "People are
seeking relief from pressures of
urban living and elbow room in
an inexpensive way. They want
to enjoy the wilderness with the
comforts and conveniences
they're used to."
and the director of the Newburg Neighborhood Office,
Maggie Blackston, decided to make the trip downtown to
place their complaint after waiting for two hours for the
regularly scheduled visit of the Public Assistance food
stamp representative. The representative interviews and
certified prospective food stamp users at the Newburg
Neighborhood Office at 5008 Indian Trail.
"She has been late for three straight months," said
Maggie Blackston, "always about 10 ot 10: 15 ajn. we have
to call down to them." The food stamp representative is
scheduled to make monthly visits at 9 a.m.
(Mrs. Bell, the coordinator of the food stamp program
was not available for comment, nor was the representative
who is on vacation. Another representative substituted for
her this week.)
After the group from Newburg left the Neighborhood
Office to go downtown, the substitute food stamp
representative arrived at the office and interviewed the one
applicant who had remained behind.
When the group arrived downtown at the Public
Assistance office, their applications were taken and at least
one member of the group was given her stamps on the spot.
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camping space, Browitt also
cited as a reason for the new pay
campsite the fact that today's
people have so much leisure
time and that there is reason to
believe there will be even more
leisure time in the future.
A third Teason he gave was
economics. He quoted a 1969
survey which said skiers spent
$52 a day on vacations, motel
guests spent $8.95 daily,
Disneyland visitors spent $6.50
daily and a camper spent $ 1 .58
Browitt said he hopes work
can start on the site this week
but that "we can't start until we
get a health permit. The minute
we get it then we're breaking
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tell how effectively
people have been able
to act, even in a grave
crisis, by listening to
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ten years ago, but are becoming
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Leisure Industries was
been selected one of the four incorporated last year and is
outstanding teenagers in negotiating for four additional
Courier Journal; youth work at her church.
Larry Boech, University of
Her plans after high school
Louisville sports publicist, graduation include college and
former Courier Journal sports then social work because "I like
columnist; professional helping other people. It makes
photographer, Make McCarty; me feel like I'm doing
and the staff of WAKY news.
Winners in other categories
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John Schenkenfelder from Libby Storks Ballet
Atherton, honorable mention
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John Clements from Atherton,
The Libby Starks Ballet
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and Patrick Cassin from Trinity,
Chief, Associated Press, organization and she also
Louisville, Hugh Haynie, participates actively in the
including feature writing, sports
writing, cartooning, reporting
The judges for the awards
competition were: Dorman
Cordell, Kentucky Bureau
journalism in a class taught by
Barbara Combs, faculty sponsor
of the newspaper at Seneca.
Last summer Carolyn attended
a two week journalism
at Eastern Kentucky
The contest was open to high
school students in the station's
listening area. Several categories
were considered besides the
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homes, Watterson Lea residents have been
holding regular meetings and have previously
contacted the mayor of Jeffersontown,
Franklin J. Chambers, and the building
inspector, Gene Rickets.
Cowan then introduced Eugene Albee, the
attorney for the group of residents.
"These people of Watterson Lea," said
Albee, "see their life savings, which they have
got in their homes, threatened."
The primary concern of the residents is that
their property values will depreciate when the
new and cheaper homes are built.
The present 58 homes in the subdivision sold
for from $21 ,000 to $35,000. The new homes
are to sell for from $ 1 7,200 to $20,000.
Only one Watterson Lea resident openly
voiced concern at the meeting about the type of
person who is apt to move into the new homes.
"This is a good subdivision," said Albee,
"and they want to keep it that way."
Elmo Burgess, attorney for Craycroft
Enterprises, explained that 15 of the 30 new
homes will be at the $20,000 level; five of the
30 will be at the $17,200 level; and the
remaining ten will fall in between.
Burgess said that F.H.A. Loan 235 was
designed for "young couples just starting out,"
with an income level between $6,000 and
So far, according to Burgess, there were ten
or eleven applications for Loan 235 accepted.
But he said, "nine of every ten applications are
rejected by F.H.A. or the company."
Prior to the meeting one Watterson Lea
resident, Richard Mazzoli, a contractor,
claimed that there are flaws in the plans that he
can use to shut Craycroft down after they start
Mazzoli was one of the members of the
Watterson Lea group which met with the mayor
last week. The mayor, according to Mazzoli,
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