The Northern Hills Press in Cincinnati, Ohio
11 Feb 1976

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11 Feb 1976

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The Northern Hills Press (Newspaper) - February 11, 1976, Cincinnati, OhioDennis wander named to state taskforce Sid pocket in it airy White Oak if Ron 1 a tinting band director at White Oak Junior High school. A it a look of Pride on his face these Days it s deserved Ron took 40 of his instrumental students to Finneytown last week for a southwestern Ohio regional contest and each was an award w inner the group earned 27 first places. U second and three third place awards Jack Metz a a North College Hill schools Board of education members renewing and accepting the system s new curriculum guide for the seventh and eighth Grade course in Ohio history were reminded of an interesting fact at their recent meeting curriculum coordinator de s or eve pointed out that Ohio became a state in 1803. But the state Constitution was not adopted by Congress until 1953, 150 year later Why did it take so Long curious youngsters will have to do their own digging to find out because the course Only covers the period up to Ohio being admitted to statehood a from there on Quot Shreve said. Quot Ohio history is not separated so much from us history the Ohio Constitution to covered m government class in the 11th Grade Quot fran w Al ser a a Finneytown the name rang a Bell when the Rev Robert under Cumiler was shaking hands with some of his new parishioners recently. Rev Undercuffler has joined the Nort Minster i United fresh Tenan Church As associate pastor coming from the 1800-member first presbyterian Church of Arlington Texas he also served a number of churches in Kentucky among them the Buck Horn Parish a tourist attraction for Cinci Natian Rev Undercuffler remembered some pictures of Buck Horn in his file the pictures were taken by Jack Klumpe a tourist Many years ago when the Klumpe family visited the Mission yes. One an d the same. Jack and mane Klumpe. Now members of his congregation. Jack is also chief photographer of the Cincinnati Post fran Weiser a College Hill school children who come to the Laboiteaux Woods Center with their classes for the indoor Winter programs Are always greeted by the glowing warmth of a Wood fire in the Center s rustic Stone fireplace recently director Lew Spurlock found the Center s Wood pile needed replenishing so he called the recreation commission and was told the Wood would be delivered next Day. Several Days went by and no delivery was made. He checked and the Wood had been sent then he discovered the deliveryman had read Only the first two words of the Quot la Poiteaux Woods apartments Quot sign had driven up the driveway and asked where he should put the Wood Quot right Over there Quot said the custodian so the deliveryman had put it Ori a neat pile behind the Complex to add fuel to the fire none of the apartments have fireplaces fran Weiser alternative school response favourable it airy nearly two thirds of those responding to a questionnaire on an alternative school program for it airy elementary school indicated they favored the idea the Parent teachers Assn sent the questionnaires Home feb. 2, with the ret urn due Back at the school feb 4 Quot we were very pleased with the 161 responses received in such a Short mrs Sharon Saylor it a officer said the questionnaire asked three quest ton a do you want it airy school to remain the -ame0 a would you like to have an alternative school program a which program interests you the most and the least a Quot the individually guided educational program and the ungraded program came out almost mrs. Saylor said Quot the College preparatory program and the fundamental program were second and the Pat was to Call a special meeting feb 10 to make a final decision on which alternative program should be followed or if any should be1 initiated at the school. A the Pat is attempting to stay Neutral in this decision making Quot mrs. Saylor said Quot we want the parents to voice their opinions and that will be theft to course of would you want your children to attend school with this Crew the answer would be Quot yes Quot if they were joining classmates Karen Ashurst Tim Brandenburg and Glen Ellis for the fun at Northwest High schools recent Quot fifties d Greg hand photo Santoro resigns Post by fran Weiser College Hill a Ann Santoro resigned from her position As supervisor of the College Hill unit of the Community youth service Bureau feb 2, effective feb 6 she said Friday she resigned Quot because my supervisors at the citizens committee on youth did not give me the support and backing 1 needed to continue to supervise this unit effectively to the Benefit of the College Hill Community Quot a i Hope the College Hill youth ser vice Bureau continues to get the support its gotten in the past from the Community. I be thoroughly enjoyed working with the youth in the she said Ann started As a youth advocate with the Bruneau three years ago and has been the Only remaining member of the original staff. As supervisor she was responsible for instituting and developing Many programs for youth and parents. It was under her guidance that the local unit became recognized As one of the most effective bureaus in the greater Cincinnati area and has served As an example in programming throughout the country. While acting As supervisor she developed rapport with schools juvenile court., Cincinnati police and. The College Hill business sector and Community As a whole. The number of youth referrals to the Bureau each month has increased greatly. Community leaders who worked with her As Well As her own staff expressed regret in losing her expertise she has no immediate plans for the future. It. Airy town meeting it. Airy a congressman Donald d. Clancy will deliver the keynote address at 9 30 feb 21 at the opening of the it airy town meeting in Little Flower school cafeteria. The All Day town meeting is being sponsored by several it. Airy organizations and firms and is open to the entire Community. The meeting is an open forum emphasizing Community involvement in local government. The Basic purpose is to stimulate residents discussion about general and specific matters that affect their lives. From the town meeting will come an outline of Community concerns and potential ways of resolving problems. A Community Emblem also will be developed As a part of the meeting. The meeting will begin at 9 . With a Continental breakfast followed by guidelines for the Day from representatives of the Institute of cultural affairs a National organization presenting similar town meetings across the United states under the auspices of the Federal government. Some of the local groups involved in the meeting Are the it. Aury civic club the it airy in to. Little Flower Parish Counci 1. It. A iry United methodist Church. Colera in i warns and area businesses mayor Bobbie Sterne of Cincinnati and councilman James Cissell have already registered for the Day. Registrations can be made in Advance by sending $2 to Bill Renber in care of it. Airy town meeting . Box 39472, Cincinnati 45239. Child care will be provided free. Coordinating the Days activities will be Ron Downey Community relations director for the it. Airy civic club and the Rev. William Dorrmann member of Little Flower pariah Council. The recently completed Community attitude Survey questionnaires will be used is a part of the town meeting. Metro adds a Loop on route 61 Elisa Meyer and her dad look a Little like the Quot Long and Short of it Quot during the Macau Rev High school freshman fat her daughter dance several Hundred freshmen and their fathers crowded the cafeteria of the school and spilled out into the lobby Elmer Sheridan photo College Hill it Ueen City metro s route 61 will be making an extra Loop on the West Side of Hamilton ave. Beginning feb 23, bringing service closer to Belmont and of Wood residents weekdays Between and 9 . And 2 30 and 6 30 the route will be North on Hamilton ave., left on Llanfair right on Belmont right on Cedar Over Lathrop and Back onto Cedar Over Cedar to Kenneth and Argus across Hamilton Back to Cedar and Belmont left on Llanfair and right onto Hamilton. The change during the listed week Oak 6 Day hours should help working com Muters and a 1 so provide some hours for senior citizens to use their special fares metro officials said the route has been under study since october when objections to bus route changes were made at a forum meeting officials said routing has also been changed on route 17-Clovernook in the Wooddall area due to petitions from Hollywood ave. Property owners. The coach travels from North Bend via Daly re. Left on Brushwood and right on Bobolink to Vav Galbraith re. Mrs. Louis w. Werner of West Wood said she received an Quot incredible number of Calls from her Quot pay when you sell classified and in the press to sell China. Y our and also can bring Quick results through the press classified columns but you must Call 5424im liner deadline 11 30 . Monday Finneytown schools May have Levy or Bond Issue on ballot solved in a wide Range of a activities the past several years Dennis is the son of or. And mrs. Louis 1 wander 1519 Northridge. He was notified in december of his membership on the taskforce which will study the trends of youth employment problems affecting the growth of business and Industry and essential factors Lor the growth of jobs in Ohio. Besides a taskforce members represent such organizations As distributive education clubs of America i dec of it tire homemakers and future Farmers of America and explorer scouts the taskforce meets in Columbus each month and members will gather information from discussions with economists and officials of industries they visit. During the recent january meeting. Dennis said taskforce members visited Goodyear tire and rubber co. And am Hor h Locking Glass Quot in this Way we Hope to find valid reasons to approach businesses and encourage them to build in Ohio a Dennis said it was exciting to meet in the Cabinet room of the governor Dennis said Quot gov Rhodes has put full Faith in the taskforce Quot As for the meetings with the corporation presidents Quot they re just like you and me Quot Dennis said. Quot they run their the Way everyone else does the taskforce will be trying to develop a working program so that final Finneytown schools the Finneytown Board of education May place an operating Levy and or Bond Issue before voters during the coming year. Although no decision has been reached at present Board president will Tam h Rotert said the equal yield funding from the slate has not provided a much Aid for the District As had been hoped at the time of its passage in 1975. Rotert said Board members faculty and residents of the District have met twice recently to consider Long Range need of the school system and another meeting is tentatively set for 7 30 feb. 25 in the Finneytown Junior High Reading room discussion at the recent meetings has entered on school programs personnel and staffing ratios maintenance and custodial needs at the High school Campus and elementary schools athletic program renovation and expansion of the High school physical Plant and transportation. Finneytown a last school District operating Levy was passed in june 1970 and a Bond Issue was passed in november 1972. Two operating levies were Defeated in 1974. Board of education members then decided not to ask for any operating Levy funding in 1975 until after the legislature acted on a new educational funding package school officials said by Nancy Taylor North College Hill Dennis wander a Junior at North College Hill High school is one of 16 Young people in the state who have been appointed by gov James Rhodes to the youth t a so Force on jobs Dennis 16, is the youngest member of the taskforce but it Isnit his first exposure to the business world he was selected by Junior achievement of greater Cincinnati As its represent live on the taskforce and has been in Dennis wander evaluations May be made to the governor by sept 1 this year monthly evaluations of meetings will also be reported to the governor s office the taskforce will need to weigh the opinions and information gathered from various companies Dennis said Quot since what affects one might not affect another Well need to coordinate the understanding businesses and making other people aware of How businesses Are run is the purpose of a Dennis said. This is his third year in a he attended Najac the organization s National conference he just completed a Dale Carnegie scholarship he and about 40 others were awarded from a 14-week speech and human relations course he a currently president of Jacom a computer programming a company sponsored by Midland guardian he s also working on the 24th annual Junior achievement Trade fair to be held at Cincinnati convention Center april 3 and 4. As chairman for the door prize committee he a involved in asking area businesses for contributions. Quot so far Quot he says a a we be got a color television and hawaiian vacation As major prizes the committee will be rounding up 200 other door prize awards too. Dennis will probably be putting All the business experience to Good use later he May consider a career in business administration Quot or maybe Law a parents meeting it. Healthy schools a it. Healthy High school personnel will have a meeting for parents at 8 . Feb. 12 in the cafeteria to explain the scheduling process and answer questions. Time will also be available for parents to meet individually with those present administrators department leaders and Counselor. Vol. 40 661-3200 news delivery service Cincinnati Ohio 15c a cop no 7 542-8830 classified 8836 february 11, 1976 60c a month by earner

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