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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - November 8, 1977, Cincinnati, OhioNewspaper project Ohio historical society 1-71 and 17th ave. Columbua Ohio 43211 vol. 17 no. 33 november 9,197 it single copy is athletic problems presented to school Board the Forest Hills Board of education was expected to be told monday night that there is a variety of reasons Why the athletic program mainly football is eking in the school District. Tom Lauenstein chairman of the committee said that no surprises were to be presented in the report of an and hoc committee that has met six or eight times since being formed a few months ago. The committee was planning on meeting monday evening prior to the school Board meeting to give final approval to the report. Some concern of coaches was expected to be passed on to the Board Lauenstein said. One of the main Points is the need for More financing in athletics. Lauenstein told the journal the committees Survey found that the District is near the Bottom among schools in the Hamilton county system in salaries paid coaches. Another recommendation expected out of the committee was that the Hamilton county office of education officials consider restructuring the county suburban league As to enrolment of the schools and geography. Only one league school Norwood is located on the East Side of 1-75 other than the two High schools in the local District Anderson and Turpin. John Dunnette head of the Hamilton county suburban athletic assn., can not work any further on this problem than he already has because of Legal problems according to Lauenstein. The report is expected to note Lauenstein said that a look be made at offerings in the Anderson and Turpin Middle schools. Coaches Are concerned that there is a Lack of incentives Given coaches in the District. This includes coaching salaries and recognition of both the coaches and athletes. Lauenstein said there is some concern among coaches in the District that some Community programs May be hurting the varsity programs. The void of sports Success at both High schools mainly football at Anderson High has been a discussed topic in the race for school Board that is decided today. In none of the Public statements of the candidates heard by the journal was there much detailed explain nation. Three of the six men running incumbent Lou Buschle Forest heis and Jack Dacey Are on the and hoc committee. Editorial reds organist plays in Vatican for a fellow who used to play piano at fish frys and neighbourhood bars Addison a add Quot Lovejoy has done All right time to vote look at your watch. If it Isnit 7 30 . Yet you still have time to go to your local polling place and vote if you be been too Busy or preoccupied All Day this is your Chance. You be read about and heard about the candidates and issues. You be formed an opinion on them but it just Isnit Worth it to get up out of that Nice soft chair venture out into the dark and vote. But is is Worth it. The votes of you and other last minute voters can determine How your Community and state will be run for the next few years. You can choose who serves on your school Board Council and Board of trustees. You can determine the future of the schools and if they stay open or close. Its a big responsibility. Its also a big privilege. If you done to make your feelings known today at the polls you be forfeited your Chance to control your own future. Voting is one of those things that everybody talks about but Many people done to do anything about. Its one of those freedoms we done to miss until we lose it. Go out and vote White you still can . We Hope that the candidates will be considerate enough of the landscape to make sure their supporters remove the election signs As fast As they were put up. There is nothing More obsolete than an election sign hanging from a Telephone poll a week after election. No excuse either new pastor named for it. Washington Church it. Washington United methodist chinch is getting a new pastor effective nov. 20. Rev. Ken d. St Reitenberger. Pastor of ballpoint United methodist Church in Delaware county site 1971, was named last week by Bishop Dwight s. Loder. Or. St Reitenberger will fill the pulpit vacated by toe death aug 17 of the Rev Myron Shimer. A a mrs. St Reitenberger is the former Sharon Strieker of Greenfield their new address in Cincinnati will be 6260 Ray tee Terrace. Native of Greenfield Highland county or. St Reitenberger is a 1968 graduate of Ohio University with an . Degree majoring in philosophy. He prepared for the ministry in Boston University a school of theology where he majored in systematic theology. His nest appointment was to the ballpoint Church. He was ordained an elder in the United methodist ministry in 1972. Besides his pulpit and Parish ministry or. St Reitenberger has been a Leader in youth ministries in Columbus North District in which ballpoint Church is located. He also has been a member of the District pastoral care committee. Lovejo who is in is fifth year As organist for toe Cincinnati reds recently played for a different Type erf audience at the Vatican. A playing the Organ at St. Peters Basilica was the most thrilling thing that has Ever happened to me a Lovejoy says. Equally As excited Are the Sisters of notre Dame across the River in Covington. Without the auspices of the Sisters Lovejoy would not have been Able to play his Vatican recital. It happened this Way. Years ago Lovejoy worked for a major piano and Organ company demonstrating their products and teaching customers How to play. One of the customers was sister St. Clare of the notre Dame Convent. A Well we became Good friends Quot Lovejoy recalls. A we still play concerto at the Convent about three times a year and play for the order s nursing Home in it. his wife Marion also became a close Friend of sister St. Clare. Whenever the love Joy s. Who Are jewish take a trip they always bring Back a souvenir to the sister. When sister St. Clare discovered they were going to Rome she told them to look. Up sister Mary Borromeo at the orders Mother House in Rome. Sister Borromeo who is chief assistant to the Mother Superior of the order would see that they would have a very pleasant visit in Rome the love Joys were told. Riverfront stadium is add Lovejoy a stage most of the time but two weeks ago he had what he Calls the thrill of a lifetime when he played the Organ in St. Peters Basilica at the Vatican. Sister Borromeo along with two other nuns. Sister Helene and sister Mary Gerardis did indeed make the trip enjoyable and memorable the love Joys say. Along with 7,000 other visitors the love Joys saw and heard Pope Paul at his weekly papal audience. A the Man has Charisma beyond Quot belief Quot Lovejoy says of Pope Paul. A the has a personality that lights up toe the Pope spoke to different groups in toe audience in their native tongues mrs. Lovejoy adds. He apologized to a polish group because his polish was a Little Rusty later toe love Joys and the others in their group or. And mrs. Paul Flory of it. Washington and Betty Miller of Hyde Park were treated to a personal tour of the Vatican by the nuns. It had been arranged for Lovejoy continued to Page 18 Jaycees conclude most successful haunted House by John Hixenbaugh president Jack Sandman chairman of Board the Eastern Hills Jaycees have concluded their most successful haunted House in history. Anderegg to address chamber of Commerce Hamilton county administrator . Anderegg will talk about a county government today to the Anderson area chamber of Commerce at noon nov. 10 at the hot shoppes cafeteria in Beechmont Mau. Anderegg was appointed county administrator in 1963. Before that toe Wyoming resident was City manager for Wyoming from 1956-1963 and Village manager for metro starts express service to Clifton Queen City metro has initiated charter service Between it. Washington and Clifton. The charter is departing Beechmont and Burney at 7 12 . Each weekday and will terminate at Clifton and Mcmillan at 7 55 . Service started nov. 7. Stops along the Way will include Beechmont and Corbly the Taft Center general Hospital and the Epa Center return route will depart Clifton and Calhoun at 4 35 ., arriving at Beechmont and Burney at 5 18 . Special charter one Way fare will be 50 Cento a bit higher that the Normal one Way fare. Fare May be presented in Cash or May be prepaid in the form of ticker to available from Queen City metro. The it. Washington Clifton charter is being added on a six month trial basis. If it proves successful the service will be continued beyond the six month period according to a metro spokesman the journal on oct. 18 revealed that metro was planning on beginning the experimental service of express route for toe it. Washington area residents. The route must average 45 passengers per trip in order to be continued according to Thomas b. Collins special projects manager erf metro. Amberley Village from 1953-1956. He was employed by Vogt Ivers amp associates consulting engineers and Hoge Warren Zimmern Iann co. Contractors from 1946-1953. He served As a second lieutenant in the . Army corps of engineers from 1943-1945. Anderegg graduated from the University of Cincinnati in 1946 with a civil engineering degree. Anderegg is also a member of the International City managers association and the Ohio City managers association in which he served As president from 1961 1962. Anderegg and his wife Jane have three daughters Nancy who is married and lives in Florida Barbara who is married and a registered nurse in Hudson Ohio and Cynthia who is a senior at Miami University. Anderson boosters seek Parent support on nov. 1, at a general meeting i.e., executive Board plus any interested members at Large of the Anderson athletic boosters club the following Resolution was unanimously passed. It is the first time the boosters have made a formal Public statement regarding their View of the athletic program. It is their feeling that Quot there should be no misunderstanding regarding toe great Pride that boosters take in All toe athletes and said a1 Simone club president. The statement a the Abc would at this time like to make Public a Resolution adopted at its nov. 1,1977 general meeting. Specifically Quot the Abc publicly recognizes that it is very easy to jump on the bandwagon when things Are going Well and enthusiastically and aggressively support a a Winner. The Strong Public support our consistently successful programs in soccer inside today bridal news business Church classified 13,14 10 20,11 fashion real estate Wrig hings 13 11,10 4 swimming wrestling Golf baseball and basketball to a ame a few receive illustrate this Point. A the Abc also recognizes that the True test of character and Quality is the ability to maintain firm and sincere support of an athletic program when things Are not going so Well in terms of the won loss record. A accordingly the Abc is extremely proud of All of the student athletes and coaches particularly those on the football team who despite a very difficult season have not Given up on themselves and continue to work harder each week than the previous week improving each week Over the previous week. The Abc has not Given up on the coaches and athletes either. A it is proud of the Way they continue to make a maximum Effort week after week and heartened by their ability to Deal with adversity in this Way. The Abc Hopes that the parents of the athletes and the Community As a whole will test their own internal fiber and rally to the support of the athletes and the athletic program at a time when both most need this kind of general reaffirmation. A . Anderegg smoking policy proposed for has Forest Hills Board of education was to be presented a new proposed policy on student smoking. It was Uncertain the Board would adopt it at monday nights meeting or wait until later to take such action. The proposed regulation smoking regulations Quot while the Board does not approve of smoking on the part of the students nor wish to encourage it it recognizes that mature Young adults will make their own Choice As to whether they will smoke or not smoke. It therefore will permit students to smoke in designated areas outside of the building. Students shall not be permitted to smoke within the school building. Students in grades 9-12 will be permitted to smoke provided a Parent permission form is signed by the Parent or Legal guardian. This form shall be kept on file at continued to Page 15 in reporting the outcome the Jaycees cited the cooperation of everyone in the township area As the determine Factor Between a completely triumphant halloween venture and a Mere financial Success. From the inception of the haunted House at Paddison and Beechmont avenues in Early August the Jaycees were apprehensive about the acceptance at this new location. Recently the wow haunted House has been located next to Mcnicholas High school in it. Washington. After two prosperous years in that location the Jaycees were faced with the problem of acquiring an accessible yet Awe inspiring site. The problem seemed insurmountable until the Paddison Road property became available. The building used for this years haunted House was purchased by toe Jaycees with dual intentions 7196 Paddison Road will soon be the official Home of the Eastern Hills Jaycees inc. People passing by the House for the past few months observing its transformation from a residence to a chamber of horrors will soon behold what the Jaycees Are confident will be an asset to the Community. Proceeds from past haunted houses As Well As other Jaycee fund raisers have been earmarked for contribution toward a Community Center. The Paddison re. Property while serving As an office and meeting place for the Jaycees will be used As an interim Center available for a diversity of functions. Thanks to the support and Forest Hills journal 564 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244 528-1111 wat Iqbal a a .5 j 100% coverage of Anderson township my. Washington Newtown California every tuesday. Forest Hills journal november 8, i a. Havu Simial weekly on tuesdays at 564 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244. Controlled circulation postage paid at Cincinnati Ohio circulation aug by com Quot Frankenstein and his monster friends from the Eastern Hills Jaycees wow haunted House wants to thank the Community for its support. If he did no to have the Opportunity to entertain you at this years haunted House he is looking Forward to next year when he is resurrected to again chill your halloween nerves Quot said the Jaycees. Patronage of Community leaders area students governmental agencies and friends of the Jaycees As Well As the tremendous turnout of area families All of the work the anxieties and the demands on the Jaycee family have proved worthwhile. A special thanks must be extended to the township trustees and the fire department for their continuing cooperation and help throughout the entire project. Customarily haunted houses Are located in precarious areas and Cater to the venturesome teenagers. This years wow haunted House proved to be a Bonus while it attracted and satisfied the interest of area teenagers toe Jaycees were extremely pleased that better than 75 percent of those continued to Page ii
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