The Northern Hills Press in Cincinnati, Ohio
7 Jan 1976

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7 Jan 1976

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The Northern Hills Press (Newspaper) - January 7, 1976, Cincinnati, OhioArt Petersen memorial fund it healthy a a memorial Hind in be inn established in the memory of Arthur Petersen Community fraternal and civic Leader who died dec. 2h. The Rev. S. Edward Johnson it. Healthy Christian Church is chairman of the committee which has been formed to determine the form of the memorial Johnson who said he and Petersen had become Good friends through k i wan is and other Community activities feels Quot a Art contributed much to the Community and members of the Community want to do the same for him some contributions have already been received he said and Are in a fund at the first National Hank in it Hea thy the fund was started because a Quot it was in the mind of Many people who wondered what to do in his memory since he was much loved by Many Quot Johnson said Johnson who was asked to chair the committee said he wants to see a Quot perpetual continuing Quot Type of memorial such As a scholarship fund Quot for the types of things Art was so interested in things such As to u r n a 11 am a in i the committee will be meeting this week to determine exactly what kind of memorial will he made he said other members of the committee Are Allen Paul cart Schwartz Philip Spindler Vierling Blum and Mary Art Bur those who wish to make contributions to the fund May Send checks Pava Hie to the Art Petersen memorial fund directly to the first National Hank or to Rev Johnson senior ticket Sale it. Healthy schools tickets for the Jan 2m Cincinnati stinger Cleveland crusaders hockey game at riverfront coliseum Are on Sale Jan 7-20 by the it healthy sen Lor class seniors Are Selling the tickets to help raise Money for the $1,400 rental fee of riverfront coliseum for their May 2h graduation they will be the first class to Host graduation ceremonies at the coliseum the class has St a sales goal of a he a n d w i 11 k be p $ 1 o i e v e r v 11��?� k it so 1 d. Ticket prices Are $5.25 for regular seats and $0.25 for reserved seats this is one of several Money raising projects but it is the largest for the 506-tn,ember c i ass tickets May be purchased from any senior. To Reserve tickets Call mrs Carole Miller at it health High school Between 7 a in and 4 students will deliver tickets As requested hut will not sell tickets or solicit door to door Oak Hills supporters explode in Delight As Highlander John Wien an pins la Salle s Mark Klosterman at a key moment in last weekend s wrestling match Between the two wrestling Powers. Oak Hills took off at this Point in the match and Defeated la Salle handily. Obert photo youth services Bureau organizes in Colerain Colerain twp a whole new approach to the problems of youth will begin at h . Jan. 14 in the conference room of the Northside Bank and Trust co9315 Ole rain ave that n ight t h e co 1 e r a i n y o u t h be r v i c r s Bureau Board of directors w ill hold its organizational meeting the Hoard of directors chosen by the township trustees includes sgt Edward Frey Colerain police sgt Ray Hulgin Hamilton county s h e r t a f a s u f a i c e. Donna Kuhn Northwest counselling Center. Don Hester Northwest schools or Helen Agnes St Ann. A Rotsheck. Annamarie Babette a citizen the Rev Walter Crumbey. St Paul. Tinted Church of Christ Clint Woods. First National Bank a n d in r j a m e s Manning associate pastor of St. Bernard at the meeting the Board members will intr Cidnee each h , Disi a it it Law enforcement assistance administration Grant funds for this year totalling $ 4 up pro ced u r a 1 mat ter s and discuss incorporation procedures t 1 h e b u Rea u will be a. N on p to f i t corporation i hey will also agree on a Constitution by Laws and taxation Niles app<11nt an Board and Bureau director decide on the location of the Bureau and study funding extensions. The Board is financed by $50,000 Fram Ioc a 1 and Fec Leral sources through 197h it is expected to begin operation in Mav of this Vear it. Airy Survey begins it airy More than 100 it air men. And women will be distributing a Community attitude Survey to every family m the comm mtg Ian 10 11. These ame distributors will return the Fol Low ing week to Pera Gtna 11 y collect the Survey forms Flach distributor also will leave in form a t to n o to e r n i n g t he p 1 a n Ned Quot town meeting �?T76.&Quot a Community meeting it for saturday feb. 21, s 30 a m to 4.30 in the cafeteria of Little Flower school results of the Community attitude Survey will form an important part of the town meeting according to Ron Downey c on Mun it v relations commit. To a chairman fit a the it air Civi i f 11 w a s t h rough 1 n w n e a Quot s it Juji Mitt be that the idea for the Community Survey said the town meeting developed. Quot we believe the Community cannot move Forward unless the residents Are involved in the planning. Downey said Survey form because of restrictions on Dis dilution of materials at the hawaiian Village and Tower vow East apartment complexes. The press has printed the entire Survey form on Page 3. Any interested residents of these two apartment complexes can fill out the form and mail to. Community Survey it. Airy civic club. 2563 North Bend re. Cincinnati. Ohio 45239. Var we. The proposed nine Story Lodge for it airy Forest will look like this Sid pocket olmec get Hill it May take n Hunt n Little while longer tins r to put together the Jig saw Puzzle family always gives him for Christ not merely because the 1500 piece Job has too much Blue sky and ref1 acted Ca St Les in the a, but because a new Puppy brought to the House by done a visiting grandchild ate four of the pieces of Well said Don forums transportation chairman who a had a Busy time lately working on the areas bus problems Quot the Puzzle gives me a Chance to sit around and not think for a while Quot Quot that Hole on the right Aid probably one of the pieces the Puppy ate Quot a a fran Weiner no Sale a no pay would you like to earn extra dollars without risking a Penny now you Ca n. On january 21 flu press will begin publishing classified ads that we guar a n i be w 111 be 11 y of r in. E re h a n d i be c i r a a. To i a it a t h a v e t o p a a. That s right if you done to a you done to Pav each and will he published on four consecutive wednesdays in All press Publica t ions Hen the advertised item Ells the advertiser will Pav Between 52 and it for the 2 0 we it r cd a clip he Cha r g e de be 1111 s c it n t h e a d v Ert i be d v a 1 be of t he merchandise for example when a i item advert i sed i i. R 1 a s a h a i $ 2 5 be 1 is t he advertiser pays Only $2 i Here is an additional charge of 15c for each h word Over the 20 words offered free Only one item c an he advertised in each and. But you Mav place As Many ads As you like each week these Quot Pav 0 you sell Quot ads Are advertisers Selling personal goods advert isec to place you and. With guaranteed results Call 542 8838 and ask. For classified or leter to the Coupon that appears elsewhere in the press a postage free return c Ard is included in today a Issue of the press to make it easier for Vou to place your acts remember you Pav Only when you sell available Only to non commercial the Price of the item must be a outsiders necessary by fran Weiser North College Hill a should the Board of education hire an outside person to chair the sex education committee ? Roma Gerbus. President of the North College Hill. . High it a expressed her personal concern Over this proposed action by the Board in a which was discussed at t he spec a Al Board meeting dec 29 supt. Joseph Ross said no written commitment had been made to Date to hire Ken Schuerer Xavier University prof Ess or of curriculum education to Cnair the committee in a non voting capacity As proposed. Board members supported the Choice of an outsider. Whitehouse said that because of the controversial aspect of the committee s work some one from outside the area is needed. Quot it costs to get a person with expertise. I m for it a $100 a Day sounds High but it s the going Price Quot he said. Board member Harry Noll said the working time would probably be no More than two meetings a month. Whitehouse said he is looking at Schuerer mainly As a coordinator with research work being done by the committee with input from students. Young people who attended the meeting were concerned that students thinking on the course would be ignored. Quot get your feelings to your representatives Quot Thev were told. Whitehouse said the Board should do everything it could to get the course in the school s curriculum by next fall. How this will be implemented with student option ing scheduled to take place in March had not been resolved. Airy Forest by Jack Metz a nine level Lodge has been proposed for it. Air Forest off Montana ave., Westwood by a. University of Cincinnati architectural design student. The Entrance would be near Farrell or Michael Ishler 23. A fifth year student at us proposed the 100 room Lodge As a Bicentennial project of his architectural design class Ishler is a native of Cleveland and lives in Clifton. "1 got an a on the assignment Quot Ishler said obviously Pifa. Sed with the Grade and also the project. The assignment Ishler explained was to create something new for the Bicentennial where people could gather to share ideas and plan for the future Quot i decided the Best project would be a Park Lodge where conferences could be held to determine the future of people communities cities states etc.,�?� he said. His Lodge is placed on a Hillside about a half a mile off Montana ave in a relative inaccessible area of the 1 500 acre Forest. Each of the Levels of the proposed Lodge would be at ground level because of the Hillside location. Ishler guessing off the top of his head estimates the Lodge would Cost in the neighbourhood of $5 million to construct. Along with the Access off Montana ave., the Lodge also would have Access off of interstate 74 Quot the interstate 74 Access would Cost an estimated $400,000,&Quot Ishler said on the Cost of the a 1 f i 1 e Long Access Road of Montana ave. Reach As High As $3 million. Mike has presented his idea to the Cincinnati Park Board for consideration. A there is no was that we Are seriously considering this project Quot Fred Payne Cincinnati Park director said. A it s a Nice concept but nothing that the Park Board takes seriously now there is a swimming Pool included in the plans but no Golf course facilities. Quot it could very easily be a profit making venture Quot Ishler believes. Bonds could be issued to cover the Cost of construction and profits from the operation would retire the Bonds. Ish 1 or a sees the 1 Odge As a gathering place for area hikers nature lovers and area residents just interested in a week end away in the Woods. Quot it was an interesting project and especially because i researched the idea and created it from scratch Quot inhaler said a i know it May never be constructed but it was Pelton leaves Chirac by fran Weiser College Hill Jerry Pelton has resigned As chairman of the recreation advisory Council effective dec. 31 he tiled As his reasons a heavier work schedule anti plans to go Back to school. Quot maybe its time for some one else to put the thing together and attract some new people Pelton said adding that he had wrestled with the decision for several months. It is his feeling the scope of Chrach a program is too Broad 11� be carried by five or so Active people who Are responsible due to the Lack of a it to n o t o t. H e r res i d in t s. For making decisions for 22,000 people Pelton also said he Felt frustrated because he could not vote at forum directors meetings committee chairmen do not have the vote on decisions made by the Hoard Chirac serves As forum s recreation committee Pelton expressed some concern that threats of resignation from other Chirac officers Mav cause the organization to fold w h a t w i 11, Bee pm e to of c o 1,1 Ege h Illus sports program which Chirac was largely responsible for funding and direct ing if Char Shoutd cease to exist a soccer and softball will probably continue on their own with leaders like Tom Saveli and Nancy Barnes. Knot Hole is in g Good shape i v 1.1 o n said by t some other Means of funding these programs would have to be found to fill the void a will probably get involved with soccer this summer and i la still be Active in the forum. This is my Community and i want to continue to he a part of it Quot Ivi top said. Vol 40, 661-3200 news dept delivery service Cincinnati Ohio no 2 542-8836 classified 542-8836 january 7. 1976 15c m copy1 60c a month by Carrier

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