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The Northern Hills Press (Newspaper) - January 28, 1976, Cincinnati, OhioTraffic remedy okayed Springfield twp a proposal to it i improve traffic flow on North Bend re at w Mon has received Federal approval the Highway division of the Ohio department of transportation Dot has received location and design approval for the proposed project from the Federal Highway administration North Bend re would be widened from Winton re to Center Hill Reto prov Ide t urn ing 1 a nes and i it erection improvement a Center reversible Lane would be provided on Center Hill from North Bend to the first Industrial drive Southeast of Tow evista or Winton re would be widened South from North Bend to Oakfield improvement would include up graded and interconnected traffic control systems reversible Lane signal i action and pavement markings it would be financed with state Issue one and Federal Aid metro funds construction Date has not been est a i shed maps sketches environmental factors and All other information concerning the proposal Are available to the Public for viewing at the Board if it county cd it a missis Inera office room 224 of the court House a ims teachers delay action it healthy teacher Here have delayed further action in a Long standing negotiations dispute with the school Board until thursday when they will meet to discuss the results of a wednesday hearing in the common pleas court of judge re Berv Wood the hearing will allow the judge to hear teachers response to a temporary restraining order Wood issued saturday at the request of the Board the temporary restraining order prohibits teachers from striking and picketing teachers had voted before the order was issued to strike monday Chancel drama it healthy a the Chancel drama group of the my healthy e c u me n t c a. 1 Cou 11 c 11 will p r Ese n t the religious drama Quot eyes upon the during Lent director will be Chuck Clement of Trinity lutheran Church the Rev Eddie Nilsen of Trinity lutheran and David Gutherie of St Stephens Kris a o p a i a r e co chairmen o f t h e ecumenical drama group the play written by Don a Mueller through the Walter h Baker company of Boston will be Given in costume the first presentation will be at 7.30 Epworth United the Public is . March 10 at methodist Church invited to attend cast members for the new play i 11 r 1. U. D e s c 1111 0 v e r a a. A r d1 i a y Broomall Darryll Hinson Wendi die Ken Marilyn Shultz Ray Ebersole. Sharon Heim Patricia Boggs Christine Clement Tracy Overgaard i i m b a k e a do u g a d a m s. A v e Rosberg David Gutherie. Richard h e i m a n d b a r 1�a r a r it it b i n s Kay o Murphy is in charge of co St u Mes j Ltd ice b a k e a in a k e u p a n d Mars Sedam. Publicity at monday nights school Board meeting 200-300 people attended and a petition signed by about 500 people was presented to the Board asking that meaningful negotiations be resumed the Board agreed to act on a request of it healthy it a president. Pat Heim to ask for an advisor from the Ohio Board of education for help in resolving the dispute. Mrs Heim requested the request be made by the end of the working Day tuesday. In other related matters a hearing was to be held tuesday in judge Woods court on a teachers Appeal to rec it i m m e n d at to n s of a c o u it. A appointed referee panel. According to Ohio education Assn. Representative Mary Anthony the Appeal will include a request that the court order the Board to accept a definition of Quot representative that a would enable is Anthony to represent teachers in negotiations. The Appeal will also be on referee recommendations involving teacher Violet Merten who was not issued a continuing contract vol 40 no 5 661-3200 news dept 642 88,38 classified delivery service 54.2-8836 Cincinnati Ohio january 28, 1976 15c a copy 60c a month by earner it. Airy seeks funds for recreation land open at least until March by Greg hand Colerain twp a a meeting held Jan 22 May keep the Colerain civic Assn building open about 7u people showed up at the meeting said lit Shear president of the civic Assn the association is laced with increasing costs m keeping the Hall open Quot we have decided to stay open at least until March in Quot mrs Shear said a another meeting will he held feb 19.�?� at the Jan 22 meeting the civic Haiti Mission six members of the first Church of god 1150 w Galbraith rd., left Cincinnati last saturday in a group that is building a new school Church Center for 200 people in Haiti among the 35 men and women from a four stale area who Are oui air for the Mission Enterprise Bact. Partners inc., Are Jun Blaik ttt6 me Kel vey rd., Ray Downs Compton Demerritt Reece 3749 Wood song or Robert Scarborough la Rel Vinemont or Berlin Cain. 595 Observatory or and Dick Daugherty 2259 Hanson ave West Wood they la be completing their work 10 Miles from the haitian capital of port a Prince in two weeks and returning Home feb 7 a set i c i at ion re c e i v de o tier s of Contri by. Lions to keep the Hall open but Quot More importantly we received offers of help. Or Shear said Quot we the civic association explained that w e d on t n red t he Hall. T hey do she said a and if they want to keep the Hall open they re going to have to do something a a i think it. Was h worthwhile meeting a mrs Shear Aid Quot we Don t want to close the Hall and now maybe we won t have to. The group Quot which use the Hail came up with some ideas and now have to put them to 1 he feb 19 and March 18 meetings will decide the Fate it airy a Twenty five it. Airy residents appeared before Cincinnati Council last week supporting the Purchase of 14 acres for additional Community recreation land. The property zoned for apartments is at the Northwest Corner of Colerain ave. And Shepherd rd., adjoining the it. Airy water Tower. It formerly was a fish hatchery. The group is requesting 5200,000 from the Community development fund of $18.8 million which Council will be dividing among Cincinnati communities. The it. Airy land acquisition has been Given a High priority by the Community development advisory committee. Mrs. Sue Breiner 5209 horizon vue dr., first vice president of the it. Airy Parent teacher amo., spoke for the group. She was supported by representatives from the it. Airy United methodist Church Little Flower sch ool and Little Flower Parish Council and the it. Airy civic club. Another Public hearing on the same topic is set for Jan. 28, again before Cincinnati Council. A final decision on spending funds is expected feb. 4. The my. Airy a Only recreation area is located in the rear of it. Airy school. The it. Airy civic club has recommended the Purchase of the site for several years because of the need for recreational facilities in the apartment heavy Southern portion of the Community. Purchase of the property was one of the items recommended in a Cincinnati recreation commission master plan completed about 18 months ago. Follow guidelines to give View North College Hill schools a guidelines have been established by the North College Hill schools sex education committee for citizen presentations at open hearings. The first open hearing is at 7 30 . Feb 3 in the High school Library. According to Edward Shreve cur zone change senior citizen dropped for apartments Olera in i is p 1 he idea of a senior citizen apartment development near Lake Nina is dead a at least for the present proponents of the Multi Story apartment Complex have withdrawn the request for a zone change from single family Homes to a planned apartment zone Winch u a did have permitted development of the Center i he plan was to develop a four store 80-unit apartment building for senior citizens along the Hanks of Lake Nina fishing Lake near Banning and pippin ads the Hamilton county commissioners were to hold a Public hearing on the zone change next month but the w it h d Rawal of the change request eliminates the need for the hearing withdrawal of the petition does not mean the proponents cannot at a later Date resubmit the re zoning request. The re zoning idea had been approved by the county a regional planning commission but with nine conditions which the developers had to meet before proceeding. The county s Rural zoning commission rejected the z it n e cd a. N g e of How i n g a pub 1 in h e a r i n g in the township there was Strong neighbourhood opposition to the proposal during the township hearing and also at the hearing in the courthouse Ric ulum coordinator for the school District the guidelines for position presentation Are at every meeting of the comm it tee the original charge received from the Board of education will be read As a reminder to All parties concerned. Charge a to investigate the need for and possible depth of a formal sex education program in the North College Hill the committee will hear the Public during at least one meeting per month. To be heard by the committee the following Steps and rules must be followed a the speaker must be a resident of the school District or school staff. A a reservation to speak name address and phone number should be made by calling de Shreve. Curriculum coordinator at the Board office or by signing in at the meeting. Speakers will be heard in the order of the reception of their request to speak. A the committee reserves the right to determine the Overall amount of time devoted to speakers at any one meeting. A speakers will be limited to a five minute presentation with an additional five minutes for questions. A the chairman reserves the right to terminate a presentation because of time limits irrelevance or poor taste. A All presentations will be recorded for future committee use. A during the meeting printed presentation and or materials May be submitted Only to the committee. Crunch it airy father Jim Truk run into an identity crisis during his first few Day filling in for the vacationing chaplain at Providente Hospital a patient confused when she saw another Priel rep 1 acing t he i a Muliar Hospital chaplain questioned whether father trick was a priest. To test him she asked him to name the priests in her Home Parish he could t but neither could she to make matters worse when she asked h Ini to repeal his full name that finally convinced her that Quot no real p r i est i a n a m de f a i h e r t r i c k College Hill a Verna Weis a College Hill resident and nursing instructor at Christ Hospital knows a co worker who in the recent very cold weather found the lock on her tar door Frozen when she was ready to drive to work. Resourceful As most nurses Are she poured boiling water on in and got the door open when she arrived at work the water had Frozen and she found herself locked in t he car. The resourceful Young lady rolled Down the window on the Driver s Side and crawled out fran Weiser College h ill Gene Gardner has invented a better Snow shovel during the Snow shovelling spree last week he decided there must be a better Way than lifting All that heavy White stuff. His invention is a conventional inns shovel with two handles one for the right hand and a longer one for the left neighbors Sav its terrific preventing slipping and having to throw the Snow fran Weiser a a m 0 n fort h to to n for t Heights elementary school Pat has bought Art teacher Trish Good win a $300 Potter s wheel ceramics is her specially and she s now working with fifth and sixth graders to share her knowledge she Hopes to train some fifth graders to help with third and fourth graders next year ton new Guinea Mission brought it together by fran Weiser College Hill Quot i Hope i made it enjoy Able for them that they Felt some of my enthusiasm for religion and education a said 23 year old Toni. Tom Zeno holds a souvenir from his r e cent in i is i o n t. O n e w g u i be a a Kunder which is used to accompany the singing in the Bush Church. Act now did you see All those classified ads in the press hundreds of residents Are offering items for Sale in t he 11 e w 1 a y 11 to u be 11 a program John Kunz. Of Cove d a 1 a sold two items tin first Day the press came out and called the press office the same Day to Tell us and Pav for his ads you too a an get in on the ground floor but you must act now Call 542-8838 liner deadline monday. 1 30 . Z. E 11 of w h i ret. U r n de re be n 11 y fro in a 16 month period of service As a missionary to new Guinea Quot i decided ahead i emphasize How much they Learned hut rather the relationship Between them and me How people relate in Christ to of h or p a it p i e with sensitivity a n d open Ness Tom a of Xavier u with majors in English and theology found his serving As the College representative on the churches Mission commission for three years a made sense out of my courses a upon graduation he Felt a supreme desire to give some time to actual overseas Mission work before settling Down to the study of Law he had however two stumbling blocks he wanted to go immediately but did no to speak any language but eng Ian. Then he Learned of the need for an English t e a c h e r a i t h e 600-s t u d e n t boarding school near Malala. New Guinea., in the archdiocese of Papua he wrote and asked a could you use me a a t h e a n ser was a s w i it a n d emphatic Quot yes come English is the official language of t he it i to 111 by though h the pet a 1 e s be a k about 500 different dialects and communicate largely m Quot pidgin English a a combination of the native language and English Tom found the school and living conditions a Little More luxurious than his ideas of Mission life the Campus was 80 Miles from the nearest town and was served by boat when the roads were flooded classrooms had blackboards but no electric equipment or teaching aids the area s electricity was produced by a locomotive Generator which occasionally was out of order for several Days Tom 1 e a red i id g 111 a n d de v e 1 oped an appreciation for the native culture Vohen he was. Quot adopted i Quot into i a v111 age family. He was most impressed with their interpretation of demanding a. Sharing of everything one owns with ones fellow creatures leading to Quot a Community consciousness which Breeds a certain warmth a ideas like arranged marriages he said. Seemed wrong until he discovered their deep value in preserving the Community. Tom was so excited by his own developing sense of Mission that he wrote father Klein at Xavier u. And outlined a course he thought he would like to teach january 30, Tom. Will begin teaching Quot the theology of Mission a a Short term course for full or part time students at Xavier he will touch on god s movement through the scriptures making a relationship with Man. A the Mission of every Christian is to proclaim god s glory and Jesus As his is n t h e p or fee t pro cd a i Mer. I f y o u re not joyous you re not really a . The Christian is full of thanks and he said a there is a. Place for each person to be a missionary. Every person responds to life. As he becomes the Best person he can he is somehow a Christian. He becomes a Complete Christian when he comes into relationship with Christ and other christians a he said. Though the missionary tries to bring people into this relationship Tom said he does not throw cold w a t or o n a no by Mous h r i St. I a n s o r what they do. Phonph Tom had this Broad concept before he went to the Mission Field Quot it All came together while i was in new Guinea a he said the Bush Church built from Coconut Palms the chanting to the drum beat of the Kunder and the Beauty of Bird of Paradise feathers used in place of baskets a if Flowers have left a profound and Joy of. S Imp re is i on it. Healthy a even the most seasoned it. Healthy motorists maybe causing problems at the Hamilton Adams intersection if they re not paying attention to the new left turn procedures. The message from it. Healthy Council is if you re in any of the Center left turn lanes at the intersection turn left. Don t drive straight ahead from the turn Lane or you May be a a near miss Quot or an Accident statistic. Right now there Are left turn arrows on All four traffic signals. Hamilto redevelopment meeting feb. 3 College Hill a Quot putting plans into action will be the the me of the College Hill Community in Rban redevelopment corporation annual meeting at 8 feb. 3 at Aiken High school. All residents and business people from College Hill or those who Are interested in similar organizations in other communities Are invited to More a escaped Federal prisoner Colerain twp a on an Anonymous tip Colerain police sgt. Edward Frey apprehended escaped Federal prisoner Clarence Vaught in new Burlington last wednesday Frey said he followed Vaught in. A High Speed Chase from spin Dalp rd., North on pippin to Fulbourne. Vaught turned onto ambassador or and collided with Frey s vehicle. By that time. Frey said Colerain patrolmen James Ruhl and Rick Nie Haus were also in Pursuit the three chased Vaught on foot four blocks to Tiverton where Vaught Quot forced his Way into an occupied House a according to Frey. Frey said he caught Vaught at the door of the Home Ruhl was injured in the Pursuit Frey said and was taken to Providence Hospital for treatment of a possible slipped disc and West Adams have curb signs which read Quot through traffic keep right a there a re arrows Indica t ing t. He Correct lanes on signs hanging Over the intersection visible to motorists travelling North and South on Hamilton and East on Adams. Pavement markings Are to be redone when weather conditions improve. However it healthy Council members and police chief George Hunt have gotten Calls about a close Calls caused by motorists who Aren t using the new lanes correctly Hunt said there Hasni to been any increase in traffic accidents there since the left turn system went into effect but the police department will be making an Effort to educate citizens about the new procedure businessman Dies Larrv Wells or67. Owner and operator of Larry a pro hardware in it. Healthy died Friday at or o v id e Nee Hosp it a 1, he lived at 9695 Brehm re survivors include his wife Mary a daughter. Janice a son. Larry or. A is Ster mrs. Chari is l Ooyen Good t to Brothers. Clarence and George and two Lodge hearing re set for feb. 4 Colerain twp a last weeks Snow fall buried the planned Public hearing on a Moose Lodge on Galbraith re Quot we could not get a quorum of the Board for the meeting because of the Snow a a representative o f 11� e Hamilton county Board of zoning appeals said. The Moose Lodge wants to build on a six acre site on w. Galbraith rd., but needs a zoning variance because the proposed parking lot and Tennis courts Are too close to the property line the new hearing is set for 1 pm wednesday feb 4 in room 224 of the courthouse court and Mam St

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