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The Northern Hills Press (Newspaper) - January 7, 1976, Cincinnati, Ohio4 a the Northern Hills press. A wednesday. January 7. 1976 opinion Chirac is Worth helping Jerry Felton will certainty be missed As chairman the College Hill recreation adv sort Council Chirac. His Energy and enthusiasm have been valuable in c or a s Success As is often the Case the a thank yous to Jerry Felton May have been much More appropriate and appreciated before he announced his resignation. But we Don t think a Lack appreciation or recognition is what makes Pelton As unhappy As the apathy in his Community. The residents College Hill think enough the Chirac programs to Send their children to participate in them but they somehow Don t have the time or Energy to help Lead plan or finance Chirac maybe Felton s right. Maybe his resignation will prompt others to be concerned and to contribute new ideas and efforts. We Hope so. not Chirac a remaining handful Active workers May get the impression no one else in College Hill thinks it s Worth enough to get personally involved. W e also think the Cincinnati recreation commission should make an Effort to look into Hracs situation the commission May need to provide More support and guidance to the a la Volunteer non professional Chirac which is doing a big Job More citizen involvement is needed perhaps Chirac needs a professional s help to get it and the recreation commission might provide that. John. Meti eds tor 01. Hamontre business manager Nancy Taylor Community editor Marycarol Frick advertising director truck Waier i at ton m a nage r % Ron to Fuczka classified manager a press Queen car Auau Aan Wasa. Etc Attica 3706 Davis Avenue. Cheviot Ohio 45211 m pne9s. Me in physical education areas a unsafe one prize left to be claimed College Hill a All tickets have been claimed in the College Hill merchants Christmas promotion except fur the major $500 prize until Jan 10 at 6 ., number 655129 can claim the 5500 Prirca v is o n 11 Leeh Ler pm a pm a c y. The other winners Are Alice Raabe. 1269 n o pm a n. 5 3 a n i h Whitaker. 5 757 Kenneth ave., 5100 and Harry St. John. 110 Nch republicans North College Hill a newly elected officer the North College Hill Republican club Are Paul Smith pre Iden Bill Neuman vice pres Chancel drama play tryouts it. Healthy a the it. Healthy ecumenical Council Chancel drama group has selected the play a eyes upon the Cross Quot As its next production. It will be directed by Chuck Clement Trinity lutheran Church. Tryouts open to the Public will be at 2 Jan. 11 and 7 Jan. 12 at Trinity lutheran. Performers All Ages including senior citizens Are needed for the Plav. New clubs officers the officers the newly or gazed St. Vivian Junior music club Are Marta Niemann president Scott Stegman vice president Barbara Ideal Art Kya la treasurer Roger Lykens. Secretary. And Lisa Pohlkamp. Brown Finan iat Secretary Gary treasurer the music dub which was organized m Art in. Recording Secretary Tom Weingartner. Sergeant at arms and Chuck Childers trustee Smith was vice president last year and chairman a it the ways and Means committee a ten was re elected to the office treasurer Martin held the office recording Secretary in 1973 and was re elected Childers the new trustee is a past president by or. Mane de Mercurio St vivians is open to All children the Community. Engineer selection it airy a thirteen consulting engineers have subm11fed proposal to connection with Cincinnati a hiring an Engineer for the first leg the Colerain expressway the first leg the expressway will extend from interstate 74 a Northwest expressway a across Collram ave to Ashtree or and a connection with Hamilton ave this Section will include a new interchange with Colerain ave the 13 engineering firms will be examined by a committee three from Cincinnati and reduced to three consulting firms the three will then go t h rough a be n is it Erv i new s u n til i n the opinion the selection committee the most qualified is a leered the selection committee i composed Jim Johns principal structural Engineer. Tom Stitt supervising Engineer general engineering department and John Sheblessy. Assistant planning director City officials say the final selection could be As much As six months away to the editor enclosed is a letter which seems appropriate for your letter to the editor column As an open letter to All Finney town residents i Hope you will agree with me thus far. I have not been Able to get the majority my Fel Low Board members that concerned about the poor facilities we Are forcing our students to use maybe an aroused citizenry can do what i alone have not been Able to do m is fran to w e n at e i n h769 Cav Alier or Cincinnati Ohio 342.11 dear fran this is a response to your letter late november expressing your concern Over the possibility the Finneytown Board education placing a Bond Issue before the voters in 1976 for the Purchase additional land and an addition to the gymnasium at the High school you ask that the Board weigh the pros Anil cons v or carefully before making a final decision i believe my response to your letter should be shared with the entire Community any decisions made by the Finney town Board education Are based on the education 1 needs the students in the Finneytown schools and take into at count the safety the students the feasibility the program and the resources in the Community to meet the need s my constant concern regarding our present facilities is the unsafe conditions prevailing for Many our students who participate in the required physical education classes and tor those who participate in the co curricular intramural and interscholastic athletic pro Grams with each passing Day i worry that one our students will be seriously injured because the inadequate facilities used in the per it Grams 1 believe it is time that the entire Community share my Burden t re Sponski Bilitz for the safety our it Dent let m e be spec i i c wit h t h e 11 w i r g examples la the lobby the exist a. High school gym is used As a teaching station the Many hazards t h presents to our student is a id ent 2i the Multi purpose room with it Low Selling is inadequate to be used tor the volleyball basketball and other Ball games scheduled there Thi tall a Light fixture was struck by a Ball the bulb shattered and Glass fell on the students this could have resulted m a Periou Itu the Gla had fallen m a students Eye 1 the elementary school gyms Are used for basketball games other schools have refused to play in these facilities because the Lack out Bounds areas in fact students have already been injured in them by running into the end Walls fortunately no one has been injured seriously. Yet 4 i the High school track is very hazardous and should not be used in its present condition a student could be handicapped for life a a. Result falling or tripping due to its rough 5 i the Fiji d u sed t it it a girls Field Hotkey is so rough that the Ball could Careen from the uneven sur Flower the week carnations for that someone special reach Ujj Erb Florist 7141 Hamilton am. A at. Just the same 57 year old Story it pats to a a 4jc44a, aia f044a. Hai Aubo �?�47% 9 passbook savings Harvest Nome savings effective yield Assn. Interest paid from Day Deposit to Day withdrawal mini mum term amp minimum balance required 5.73% 5 i % 90 Day Zatic m1% i 1 or. 7.00% 4%% 7.90% 7vi% 500 minimum 1,000 minimum 5,000 minimum 5,000 minimum cart d a Cataw require pm naft my Fot Early withdrawal All interest is compounded continuously and paid 0varterly Harvest Home savings association v o 900 s 3021 Harrison ave. 0010612 and 7030 Hamilton ave. 5214801 face and strike a girl in the face a 11 my lifetime disfigurement 6� in he Ball i e i d s a re poorly i eve e i de and the Hoiu and ruts have caused Many turned Ankles thus Lar none Seroua the need to improve present Focil i ties and add new facilities to meet the need fur our students has been evident for some tune the Hoard education recognized this in the composition i the 1972 Bond Issue unfortunately the rapid rising construction Cost prohibited the building an addition to the High school gym the Purchase additional land for More teaching Sta Ciona and the improvement existing facilities Finney Tow n s physical Edu cation facilities Are the worst in the county both in number stations available for the school population and the condition the present to turns. C mail Box i believe that each person must hat the Opp i it run it y t o d eve e 11�p 11 h i s a ip11 mum potential and this can Only occur he so e d eve r i s i n i n i and body. I and spirit the Finneytown school system is limited in the physical development students because the poor facilities available in fact the system May be hampering this development be i a use the unsafe conditions it to forcing the students to use since the Chance injury is greater each Finneytown student take a Only 2 veal pm sual education rather than the preferred 4 years because Lack facilities e very res i d e n t in f1 in tie y 111 w n w a 11, t Safe condition fur its students Many ,.f tie existing physical education Sta huns Are not Safe and could result in serious permanent injuries to our students Actium is needed As soon As pos sible to remedy these Hazard and provide Safe and adequate facilities one student to handicapped because our failure to provide a Hhd a Environ 111�?� in t he Burden m at be so a red by a i us Pottle Braun member Finneytown Board education h7m7 Empire it Bicentennial meeting Colerain two the next meeting t he Cutera in township Bicentennial committee will be at 7 it pm Jan 15 at the Colerain civic Assn building Galbraith re near col Era in air All township citizens Are Welcome to attend the committee will have it third open meeting at St Paul United Church a Christ. Blue Rock rd., at 7 3 1 Ian 29 open meetings were held at St Johns Church on dry Ridge re and at St Bernard Chung on Harrison Pike and Springdale re the open meeting Are designed to bring attention to the plan and purpose the committee in local a Rea at the jail committee will musicians Jeff be Tensa Ruth Wells curator the Coleraine historical society will show slide Varmus historical areas Colerain township at the Jan 29 meeting 29 meeting the be entertained by Oberlein and Tim rent a Steamer Earmit cd tax or at Klosterman s cleaners Cali 681-5060 Ste hex to the most academical banana Cargan stay a Tabanar longer a Catholic Kol Ping society i i weekly social i �?�151 wiht0n i. 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