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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - April 9, 1975, Cincinnati, Ohio£33phpar pro aet a a Quot a it i c 1 3 vol. 14 no. 47 100% coverage of Anderson township a it Washington a Newtown a California by . Mail 504 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244 wednesday april 9, 1975 4 sections 30 pages bids soils to he Aid Eli use i oks it. Washington it wont be Long before bids will be advertised for the deep water Pool. The Ohio department of health has approved the plans for the Pool to be built behind the it. Washington elementary school. Approval from the department was sent to the c i no innate recreate on. Commission March 27 a copy of the letter was sent to Wilson and associates designers of the Pool. The entire project has been designed and drawings and specifications Are completed. Wilson and associates Are waiting results from a soil test to be conducted by . Nutting company. As soon As that company confirms that the soil can support the Pool project designs and specifications will be sent to the City. Alter some paper work is completed four or five Days bids will be advertised. There is a slim possibility that the Pool will be ready for use this summer. Bob Burdette of the Cincinnati recreation commission said whether the Pool will be open for use this summer is a still a question James Ritter of Wilson proposed parking and associates said the City state and recreation commission Are cooperating fully to get the project through As soon As possible. Representatives from the . Nutting company have agreed to Call As soon As results of the test Are known. Ritter said the drawings Are ready to go so there will be no to cd it cd a a Fco i to waiting after the soils test is completed. The it. Washington Pool will be the largest of the pools built by the Cincinnati recreation commission it will be 6 feet wider. Ritter said erne reason was because the area served is somewhat isolated and there is no other Pool on this Side of the City. The Pool designed by Ritter and Judy Capen will have a 13 foot deep diving area. Along one Side of the Pool will be1 an Access ramp for handicapped persons. Unique to the Pool will be an Orange Circle 16 feet in diameter painted on the Bottom of the Pool near the ramp. Ritter said it will a give the Pool character a serve As a reference Point for handicapped persons and draw people to that area of the poof there will also be a wading Pool 16 inches deep with a seating area around for watching parents. The solar collector still a possibility for the Pool will be built if bids allowing for it come in under budget. The solar collector would Supply heat for the Pool by using heat from the Sun to heat the Pool. The collector would be mounted on the roof of the Bathhouse or filter system. The filter House for the Pool will be about 60 feet by 16 feet depending on the filter system used. The Bathhouse 50 by 50 foot Square will have showers change area and office. It is hoped that the Bath House will also have a built in concessionary again the determining Factor is the budget $335,000 is the established budget for the total Pool package. Two other items could be added if the Bedget allows parking and landscaping see drawings the budget is higher than other pools because of the extra Width on the Pool and the ramp for the handicapped. The designers have allowed for a Choice of Gutter and filter systems which vary in Cost. Ritter pointed out that each will do the Job but also has Dif. Ferent features. The gutters vary in amount of wave control ease of Access to and from the Pool and ease in cleaning. In the letter notifying the City of approval of the plans the Ohio department of health said the approval was subject to the following conditions that the specifications and approved plans of this project Are adhered to the owner shall provide for the proper maintenance and operation of the swimming Pool equipment and appurtenances that this approval covers Only the water circulation and treatment system of the Pool that the proposed facilities shall be con a a it my few \ in. Ave the deep water Pool will be built behind the it. Washington elementary school off Mears. The Pool w ill be positioned for easier patrol of the facilities. Strutted under the super vision of an Engineer experienced in such work that the approval of the local health department having jurisdiction shall be obtained prior to the Start of construction that the Lopal health department having jurisdiction shall be notified prior to the Start of construction in order that inspection of the work May be made and approved by the local health department As the project proceeds and prior to being placed in operation r that this department be notified when the project is completed and prior to being placed in operation that this approval shall become void March 1, 1976 unless the facilities shall have been constructed As proposed by that time. The approval is limited to a conformity with accepted engineering practices and to the elimination of other conditions that May adversely affect the Public this is the designers drawing for the it. Washington deep water Pool. Whether there will be parking and landscaping depends on the. Budget. 4� Rev. Piening honoured for 40th anniversary criticizes a of i a As it the it Rev. Bernard h. Piening pastor of guardian Angels Church it. Washington was honoured on the 40th anniversary of his ordination to the Priesthood. The Celebration on sunday april 6, began with a mass at 3 members of the family friends and parishioners taking an Active role in the Liturgy. A Large number of priests including present and former assistants classmates and friends conce Lebra Ted. The it. Rev. Edward j. Graham pastor at Christ and King Church was Hom Ilist. Music was provided by strings a things the Parish guitar group and the choir under the direction of new music director Paul Welch a reception followed in the Church Undercroft featuring decorations made by the children of the Parish. Monsignor was presented with a Money gift and a memory Book. In addition he was presented with a special gift from members of his 1927 High school class of St. Xavier. Monsignor Piening has been at . Since june 1968. A native of Norwood he was ordained March 24, 1935 previous assignments include pastor ship of St. Bernadette a in Amelia and St. Margaret Mary in North College Hill. Earlier. In his career he was assistant Chancellor and Secretary to Bishop Albers spent time in China during world War ii As a Navy chaplain and was spiritual director at St. Gregory Sef binary. Local parishioners coordinating the event included for. Tom King for. Edt Rippel Mary Jean Magness Ruby Schultz Jeanne Ehemann Rosemary Ryan Mary Piening. Do Klug Bernie of Connell. Julie Eckery Betsy Riesenberg Betty Wester Ruth Blinzler Lorraine Van inside the journal v the Sun is out More now and it is time to get out of doors to do those Many chores that have accumulated Over the Winter. The journal s Home improvement Section no. 2, in the Back of this Issue has plenty of ideas to help. Church i Harvey t4 classified 14,17 Public forum 14 editorial 14 weightings 14 Forest Hills Journ Al april 9. 1975. Published weekly on wednesdays at 564 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244 controlled circulation postage paid at Cincinnati Ohio. A by Diane Dube . Representative Willis d. Gradison. Or. Complained about the a attitude of haste in Congress in a talk with students at Anderson High school on monday. A there is really less consideration of Content in these measures than we used to give to City ordinances in the dozen or More years i served in City Council a he said. A i say that not to Praise Cincinnati but to be critical of the Way measures Are passed in the House of Gradison told the senior class and history students that the game is to put the word a emergency Quot in front of a Bill such As the1 emergency Middle income housing Bill or emergency agriculture Bill. He noted that often the title makes Mare continued to Page 8 another reenactment of history planned Here it. Rev. Bernard h. Piening Horn. Jaye Yorio Gretchen gun drum. Or. Joe Rusche. Sister Janet Roesner de Soellner. Bill Michel Jim Powers Ron Ehemann Bob Schultz Gene Schrand Charley Magness Bill Gerard and Jim Messer. A the sons of the inheritance of the american revolution will reenact another happening in history april 19 in Anderson township. At 11 . At Beechmont mall the confrontation of minute men and British soldiers on Lexington common at Lexington a. Will be reenacted in full costume. At 2 at Cherry Grove Plaza will be full costume reenactment of the a shot fired that was heard around a he it happened 200 years ago in Concord mass. At the old North Bridge when the Farmers stopped the British soldiers. Both of these programs will be in the respective centers parking lots. Residents Are urged to bring cameras to take photos of the events. The British soldiers Are from the 42nd Royal highlanders. The revels will be men from the Cincinnati muzzle loading Rifle club. Both will be in full dress for the reenactment. The group recently Reenan ated Patrick Henry s famous speech a give me Liberty or give me Tony Cywinski portrayed Patrick Henry at the Beechmont mall event. Mrs. Jean Reeves has been appointed executive Secretary of the group. Mrs. Lois Handley is coordinator of women for the group. Both Are sales associates of the far Eastern office of Fred k a. Schmidt inc realtors. Raymond Handley is chairman. Group has been recognized As an official organization and granted the privilege of using the official Symbol of the greater Cincinnati commission. Handley reported the Anderson area chamber of Commerce a Bicentennial committee members have agreed to serve As honorary chairmen of the sons of the inheritance of the american revolution committee. They include or. Victor Frame h d. West Roland fans Cher. De Wright sr., de Wright jr., Robert Wolf Dick Tarvin and Dwight Mead further information May be had by calling Handley 231-4297, or mrs. Reeves. 231-1146. I Many recognize need for alcohol services to youth in by Diane Dube Many people organization and agencies have recognized the need for services to youth. Many of these services Deal with youth in relation to alcohol use and abuse. This weeks article on a area youth amp alcohol describes Many of these programs and projects. By necessity the a fourth in a Serien a a it it we a a Crux a a xxx a a a x,x?xx4<x<<cc<xxx�?~xxxxv tides Deal with each program As concisely As possible. The Reader is encouraged to Contact the group or Agency involved if further information is desired. # judge Olive Holmes of Hamilton county made the remark that the juvenile court is the after the fact situation and that somebody should step in before the situation reaches the court. It is evident by the number of agencies and projects listed in this weeks article that Many things Are being done to reach youth and Deal with the High incidence of alcohol and drug use and abuse. While these programs and projects May be productive in dealing with the problem the real answer May lie a lot closer to Home. According to nearly every source for this series it is the parents who Are the main guides in shaping youths attitudes towards alcohol that will be the topic of next weeks article the fifth and final part of a area youth amp alcohol a love is for everyone stride life Means love is for everyone. It is a group of Young people in Hamilton and Clermont county that grew out of the a teenage Institute on alcoholism sponsored by the alcoholism division of the Ohio department of health. The life group is working on alcohol and drug problems in the schools. They Are in essence sharing with their Community what they Learned at the Institute the teenage Institute on alcohol and other drugs a five Day Institute which takes place each summer is designed to effect an understanding of alcohol and drug and potential alternatives through counselling of teenage Peers. The participants arc selected for the Institute by their High i 1 generally reflect a a leadership abilities according to Walter Hall the Institute coordinator. The purpose of the program a is to familiarize students with skills in recognizing alcoholism and to provide counselling for alcoholic students. It is not however an Institute for alcoholics or drug addicts. The philosophy behind the Institute is positive in nature each individual has the ability to make and implement the decision that affect his or her life. The Institute is goal entered and future oriented assisting the participant in knowing understanding accepting and improving ones self. The Institute emphasizes decision 1 to find 4 where to go for help the Cincinnati drug resource directory prepared and published by the social health association of the Cincinnati area lists a number of agencies that offer help for the alcoholic and those with alcohol related problems. The following list is not to be considered a Complete guide but is a list of some additional agencies concerned about the subject of teenagers and alcohol adolescent clinic at children a Hospital medical Center 559-4681. The problems of alcoholism and drug abuse Are treated in the same manner As any other medical problem. For adolescents. Ages 12 through 19, male and female. Alcoholism clinic with the division of mental health 352-3183. The main emphasis is on group work however individual therapy it and social work services Are provided to patients and their families. Eligibility is not restricted. 621-Cark switchboard 2444 Vine Street 621-2273 this is a 24 hours switchboard information and referral service to the Public with files and Cross references to All agencies and services. The Center for comprehensive alcoholism treatment is for males at continued to Page 4 Salarea youth 8c alcohol stride teachers residents solved in drug education $ is a full time drug prevention education $ program in Hamilton x county providing a assistance to any school District in the count that requests assistance in establishing valid drug prevention programs. The state funded project which technical assistance team including curriculum has been in operation three years takes a behaviour approach rather than a fact oriented approach. The whys of drug usage including alcohol the needs met by drugs and the alternatives to drugs Are dealt with. Stride provides curriculum materials for each age level devised originally by the Ohio department of education the project also provides a i implementers to work with the teacher in the classroom or on an in service basis teacher training specialists to train in group dynamics interpersonal relations communication skills affective and cognitive approaches to human behaviour and resource counsellors who Are responsible to the principal under direction of the project director for facilitating drug education or alternative programs. Stride also provides peer counselling training to representative group of youth provides a newsletter published by the project on stride activities provides supplementary resources including booklets films and recordings and provides assistance in rehabilitation referrals and in reviewing current resources concerning drug information in school libraries. In addition to working in and with the schools stride staff members also Are available for Community development programs. For further information Contact Artis Dawson at project stride Cincinnati Public school 230 East ninth Street in downtown Cincinnati or phone 369-4919. Break through breakthrough is a one Day program aimed at Community activity and getting Young people Active in their Community and away from drugs. It is based on the premise that youth turn to drugs because they Are bored. The program is conducted by specially continued to Page 4

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