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The Northern Hills Press (Newspaper) - January 21, 1976, Cincinnati, OhioBronze Bell to ring for St. Ann msgr. Lunn by Nancy Taylor Groes Beck msgr. Jamen Lunn of St Ann Parish has been keeping a 400 Pound Bronze Bell in storage for the past 22 years waiting for the time he can see the hell ringing from the Church Belfry Quot he grins when you Tell him so but he s a very patient Man a one Parish loner says of the priest who has served the Parish since before St. Ann Church was built Parish loners Hope to pay tribute to msgr. Lunn by fulfilling his wish by having the Bell installed and ready to loll for the first time this May on his name Day the feast of St James. Mrs. Phyllis Dirr is chairperson of the committee that will be trying to fatal approximately 14,000 by that time to pay for the work involved in installing the huge Bell in the Belfry that is some 50 or 80 feet High. The i t. Verdin co., known throughout the world for its expertise on Bells will install St. Ann a Bell. The Verdin representative has already made a trip into the Belfry to Check conditions and space the preparations also Call for a Small Crane to hoist the Bell into the Belfry Section facing Galbraith re. Funds for installing the Bell will go into the account of the St. Ann Bell fund and will be separate from any funds the Parish is now receiving for Church or school support mrs Dirr said. All names of donors or donations made in memory of others will be recorded and placed in a sealed Container to be made a permanent part of the Bell site the Bell will be equipped for the Angelus mass Call and funeral toll. Mrs. Dirr said she did not know How old the Bell is but she a been told it was made by a company that went out of business in the 1920s. Msgr. Lunn who first served mass in a building that was the Cote rain improvement Assn., building on colera in ave., received the Bell from the late msgr. William Roddy of St. Catharine s Parish around the time St. Ann Church was built. Money to install the Bell was needed elsewhere for classrooms and other buildings in the new Parish. So msgr. Lunn has waited and the Belfry that has housed a few Birds nests will hopefully contain a Church Bell this year. Tt8 been his dream for All these years mrs Dir said. Quot he s built All the present facilities and kept St. Ann a in business a now we want to make his wish a reality Quot a she said. Donations for the project May be sent to St. Ann Bell fund in care of the rectory 2900 w. Galbraith rd., Cincinnati Ohio 45239. Interested persons May Contact mrs. Dirr 3353 do Lomar dr., Roger staubach huh by Greg hand colera in twp if you re holding a fund raising project it helps if y o u r or o t he r i n Law is r Oge r stau Bach Mike Hoobler newly named assistant director of the colera in township youth service Bureau has that advantage staubach Hoobler said at a press conference monday is a a More than willing to come to Colerain a to help rank Money for the Yob staubach. Do said c l a n c y f i n to 1 y 1 0 is n Jaycee s Siuyu a a a ais Brunch went congressman Donald Clancy As fast As he could after five minutes and >2 girl scout cookies Clancy sat behind a Mound of cookie wrappers and looked like his quote of the Day might he an Over stuffed., Clancy was sponsored but the Finneytown Jaycees in the great Rivers girl scout Council s cookie Brunch a at Tri county mall saturday Clancy and other , ate As. Many cookies As they could in five minutes for every cookie eaten the contestants sponsors agreed to donate a Box of girl scout cookies to a a Haritov the girl scouts Are in the midst of their annual fund raising cookie Sale m Ore information is on Page 3 by the Way win s Bob Long was a Brunch Quot Quot Winner As a 100-cookie consumer Wilson photo no Money no Hall Cole rain two. If the Money does t come in. Colerain civic Assn Hall is in imminent danger of being c i omd a eco re i no t o 11. S Prest Dent a meeting will be held at h Jan 22 for All persons who meet in or use the Colerain civic Assn Hall at 3000 w Galbraith re 1 Sid pocket North College Hill when the Rev Evan r Owen described his ministry at the United methodist Church 20 years ago As Quot the Best five years of my life a he told a Little incident to illustrate that his work As Hoard chairman of Bethesda was not without its humanly moving moments too. Quot ailed to minister to a Young Mother who had delivered her child in the Hospital elevator he said to the distressed woman Quot Don t feel badly two years ago a woman delivered on the Lawn in front of the Hospital a boo boo a the woman moaned in a flood of tears Quot i Bat was me too a fran Weisek a la Salle Tom Wilkens president of the la Salle club and a resilient of Groesbeck believes the la Salle club has eliminated the threat of sen Rev Froni t his Section a it of the country at least fur the coming year the la Sal in a 1 us sold ,00o pounds of oranges and Grapefruit that s 40-tons As a pre Christmas fund raising project the Sale under the direction of Frank Nunn of it airy resulted in a $4,00 1 profit for the la a he club the organization is planning to use the Money toward the club s commitment to new band uniforms for the la Salle High school Musk department Jack Metz told Hoobler that he could Contact friends on other teams for an Quot All sports not that funding will be in danger for awhile. Dan Carroll who was chosen director at a Board of directors meeting last week said $50,000 is guaranteed for three years from Law enforcement assistance administration funds. After that funds Are gradually decreased As hopefully local funding sources Are found. Carroll said that in addition to the Leaa funds four office workers would be hired with Federal funds. Carroll said the Mam concern of the Bureau is to find a Home. Quot ideally a Carroll said Quot the s would be a House with a Large Yard or a farm in the Barnesburg area the worst we could have would be a storefront on Colerain Hoobler said the location would be easy to get to but far from distracting noises and curious people the Bureau Hopes to encourage self referred people who might balk at entering a crowded storefront office i an Carroll the new director holds a masters in education from Xavier University. He a been a juvenile probation officer for More than three years. Mike Hoobler h is assistant holds a bachelors in psychology from the University of Cincinnati he taught at Withrow High school before joining juvenile court As a probation officer for six years sgt. Ray Hui Gin of the Hamilton county sheriffs office was named president pro Tern of the Board of directors at the organizational meeting. He said a permanent president would be elected at a meeting to be held feb. 18 at the Colerain township administration building on Springdale re cutoff Date for bal Fields use Colerain two a if you re planning to use Colerain township playing Fields in 1976. You re going to have to let the trustee it know by feb. 2 after that cutoff Date no requests for Field use will be accepted township clerk Gil Maringer said Quot Many Many requests have been sent in already the township is preparing a procedure by which requests can be answered possibly with the help of ctr Mac the townships advisory body on recreation. Because of the Large number of requests the trustees voted at their last meeting to look into the completion of a Sec a d Field at Clippard Park. Accord inf to Elizabeth Shear president expenses for 1975 have exceeded income from rentals and there Are out St a and i no a and p ast d tie i 11 s of r it ii it yes and janitor service All adults and parents of children who use the Hall Are asked to attend the Jan 22 meet my and to contribute Money to pay the Bills and keep the building open for 1978 use. Organizations that use the building Are asked not to Send a representative but to a a \ e t h v a r e n tire Mem her ships prese n f. Mrs Shear said she will recommend to association members the building be closed effective Jan. 22, if donations Aren t made to cover expenses Competition Northwest schools a Monfort hits elementary and a White Oak or High school student have had e nines be 1et t de t o re p re be n t 0 h i o i n the National it a cultural arts Competition next Spring in Louisville k y Tracey Snow 9, a fourth grader at Monfort hits and Darla Elliot 12, a seventh grader at White Dak had their entries along with 13 others selected from across the state for the Louisville Competition. Quick Sale Jerome j Niehaus of North College Mill was very pleased with the Quick Sale of hit automobile through an and in the pre a a classified Columna. You also can see Quick results in the Sale of an item just by making a Telephone Call to 542-8838 liner deadline monday 1 30 . Vot 40 661-3200 news dept delivery service Cincinnati Ohio no 4 542-8638 classified 542-8836 january 21, 1976 15c a copy 60c. A month by Carrier Mary Kelly Heads teen aiders Mary Kelly of Dunlap a 1974 graduate of Northwest High school has been elected president of the t.a.b., teens to Aid the brain injured. The organization is composed of students from Colerain Northwest Aiken la Salle Mcauley St. Xavier and Walnut Hills High school. Parenting College Hill a Quot being a Parent is one of the most important jobs in today a world but one for which there is very Little training. People take for granted that it comes naturally but it is a definite skill a according to Sandy Rumer child care teacher at Aiken. Parents of pre school and elementary children can Register for a. Course in parenting at the Aiken Center for continuing education 7-9 . Jan. 27 or 29. The course will be Given tuesday and thursday evenings feb 5 to March 25. A qualified teacher will guide parents in setting up a series of discussions on questions and problems with which they wish to Deal in a study discussion Type of setting films tapes filmstrips and pamphlets will be used As resources. If enough people participate child care will be provided for a nominal fee. There is a one Dollar fee for the the organization assists in the work with the brain injured children along with conducting a. Variety of fund raising events for the brain injured clinics at Monfort Heights Northside our lady of Lourdes and Kenwood. Other officers Are ten Brunsman of Walnut Hills High school and it. Airy vice president Joe Soriano of St. Xavier High school and it. Airy Secretary and Mary Lee Kreimer of Mcauley High school and it. Airy treasurer. The group meets on the second thursdays of the month at 7 30 . In the it. Airy civic club Hall 2583 North Bend rd., it air. Course. Tickets invalid West College Hill a St. Richard of Chidester is not hav ing a $1,000 raffle during january so Don t buy any tickets. It was decided not to conduct the raffle and the tickets were tossed into the dumpster a Church spokesman said apparently some children found the tickets in the dumpster and were playing with them when they were discovered by Church officials. The Church is concerned that some tickets May be offered for Sale and cautions residents the tickets Are not valid. Cd plan featured at meeting by fran Weiser College Hill a the combined open forum and Community meeting Jan 27 will feature the presentation of the College Hill Community plan for final review and approval. The plan represents three years of work by the forum Long Range planning committee involving Many residents and several local Organiza tons. If approved it will go to Cincinnati planning commission then to City Council for approval and inclusion in the City a master plan citizen comments and suggestions have already become a part of the plan which has been made available to the Public in the Northern Hills Branch Library and the youth service Bureau office. A a in a really pleased with the plan i see today. In a proud of the work so Many people have put into it Over the past three years and i m sure Many members of the Community will want to see it either to support it or to get their final comments in before it goes downtown to become official a Carol Lyon forum chairperson said. An interesting history of the Community the ten year old forum and its official status previous College Hill closed a amp a store new restaurant site Colerain two. Something new m the restaurant business will be opening in mid february at the old a and p store Galbraith and pippin american inn is the name and it will be a family style sit Down service using an Quot eat All you want system when Back to school for the ladies Lyla Haggard 1002 Hill Crest rd., College Hill an assistant Dean at Raymond Walters College of the University of Cincinnati will be one of the speakers on the Quot we the women television show at 11 pm saturday and at 1 . Sunday on Channel 48 the topic is the problems con fronting women who return to school after being away for some time. Dean Haggard will give information about career and Transfer programs Quot i Tomk this is a Good show for somebody who s toying with the idea of returning to school a she said your plate is empty a waitress will get it refilled if you desire. The menu will be predominantly fish shrimp scallops and Frog legs but Chicken and Ham also will be available. A we will have seating capacity for 500-plus,�?� according to Joseph Bach owner who is also doing most of the remodelling. Bach a native of Detroit was associated with the Biff Chain of fast food restaurants in the Detroit area before coming to Cincinnati Bach is remodelling the store into separate rooms each with its own decor a Western colonial and French Quarter. The bar area., which will have a seating capacity of 150. Will be called the River boat a we expect to hire about 85 people to handle the seven Day a week operation Quot Bach said. The restaurant will be open from 4 to 10 . Six Days a. Week and from noon to 10 . Sundays. Rick Cunningham of 2960 High Forest la., it. Airy will be manager of the restaurant. Cunningham also is a native of Detroit. Quot we Are planning at least three More of the american inns in greater Cincinnati Quot Bach said a but i would rather not discuss location at this Church members admit bombing Groesbeck a two teenage members of St Ann Church have admitted the saturday night bombing of the front doors of the w. Galbraith re Catholic Church damage was estimated at $2,000 from a homemade bomb which had been attached to the front door of the Church about 9 . Shortly after the Church closed Folio Wing con Feas ions. The 17-year-old has been charged with aggravated arson and his 14-Vear-old brother with complicity in aggravated arson they have been released to their parents. The h a Mil ton county sheriffs bomb squad investigated the incident and made the arrests monday evening. Planning efforts the present planning process and funding As Well As a number of maps and charts have been added to the text. The Jan. 27 meeting will be held at Grace episcopal Church at 7 30 . The Agenda will also include discussions of Christ Community s proposed representation to the forum redlining legislation the Edwood East drag racing problem and the proposed elimination of Para medics. Reports on Progress of the Urban redevelopment corporation and area mass transit will be made by Jim Davis and Don Hunt respectively. Schwab open House Schwab Junior High school administrators teachers and parents prepare for orientation of parents of prospective students at 7 30 . Jan. 28. Schwab principal David Shepherd admits the orientation is purposely quite a bit earlier this year because a we want to get the facts about Schwab to parents before they be set their minds on another school without giving us a look a the members of the Schwab Pat which is sponsoring the event feel that if parents in the Aiken District will take the trouble to learn what Schwab has to offer a right in their own Back Yard in comparison with other programs and facilities throughout the City they la want to Send their children to Schwab next fall. In addition to the full College preparatory program which doubled its seventh Grade sections last fall parents will see and hear demonstrations of the comprehensive special education and vocational programs As Wall As music Art athletics and languages. Student achievement will also he discussed along with any questions that parents May have concerning discipline safety or other matters. Schwab is located at 4370 Beech Hill ave. Off pull an ave. In Northside. A most important Eddy Krekeler gives his Nursery classroom a Wistful look a hit Mother mrs. E. B Krekeler picks him up at the Aiken child care Center. Mrs. Krekeler endorses the Nursery program and the course for parents which will Start at the Aiken adult continuing education Center feb. 5

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