Page 1 of 2 Jul 1980 Issue of The Price Hill Press in Cincinnati, Ohio

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Read an issue on 2 Jul 1980 in Cincinnati, Ohio and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The The Price Hill Press.

Browse The Price Hill Press

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 2 Jul 1980 The Price Hill Press in Cincinnati, Ohio. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

The Price Hill Press (Newspaper) - July 02, 1980, Cincinnati, Ohio o i 5 13 Tori can society a a it rotate 71 amp 17 the Colour thus Ohio 4-j2u Aid r a a a a if 9 4-yf f to tel i i my a i i it for a it i v Ftp is vol. 53 no. 26 ��5c copy one 16 Page july 2, 1980 Cincinnati. Ohio news 4 d is p la y and Verti is n g 661 -8352 classified advertising 661-9100 110 Queen City suburban brass inc. All rights reserved Prospect House gives a v i. A a / a a a a alcoholics Nee by Connie Vicker stuff writer the project is kept Low key. Some neighbors Don t even know its there. But Prospect House a half Way House for recovering alcoholics has been operating for 10 years at Hawthorne Avenue near Phillips. It helps about 200 men of All Ages re enter society each year. Supported by the Ohio department of health Hamilton county welfare and other government agencies and by private1 contributions the Board of Prospect House takes the position that Quot any alcoholic can arrest his disease if he has the desire to do nearly 60 men Ages 18 to 76, with no jobs Homes family or friends now live at Prospect House which includes four houses three owned and one rented from the episcopal Church of the nativity next door. Director James a. Wood iii of Price Hill and associate director Cooper Judy of Mariemont Are state Cert a fee d alcoholism Counselor they Are also recovered alcoholics. �?�1 think its almost necessary a said Wood that being an alcoholic helps one relate to other alcoholics. Quot this is Why a a alcoholics Anonymous has tremendous Success compared to others. Its a peer group kind of help. Quot most of them Are pretty Well at the Bottom when they first come Here a he said Quot physically emotionally mentally bankrupt. They either stay or they leave within the first w Eek a two or three Days a Prospect House maintains strict rules. No alcohol or drugs Are allowed on the premises for example or the Boarder is evicted. There Are other rules about smoking staying out working and attending classes. Taught by four and one soon to be certified alcoholism Counselor classes Are those which Point out the need for help and self respect and the harms of alcoholism. In addition the men must attend a a meetings at Prospect House and other facilities. Individual and group counselling Are part of rehabilitation. Quot it takes a lot of drumming in to their head a lot of repetition a said Wood to get the Point across. Some residents Are referred to Prospect House by members of a. Some come from the Cincinnati detoxification Center and the workhouse. But alcoholism is not a crime said Wood and Judy. Quot alcoholism is considered a disease by the american medical association a said Wood because of its damaging effect Over time. There Are an estimated 10 million alcoholics in the country he explained and not All realize it. About five percent Are Down and out or in the Jower class. Quot the rest of them Are working at the Gas company or with some Large corporation and they go on for years and years. They done to even know they have the in 10 years Prospect House has seen lawyers doctors and other College graduates come and go. With special instruction some men have finished their High school work to receive diplomas borne have gone on to College and one even became a minister during his stay at the half Way House. When not attending classes or working the men Are free to do what they please. Prospect House tries to keep them Busy with a backyard Garden dogs Ping Pong Pool a Library and television. Quot when they leave they re ready to take their place in society a said Judy. Quot this is More family than a lot of these people have had in an awful a county ceremony honors late Delhi Edward Oestreicher lives in the Home he had building for his family. Now he lives in the Halls of the Aims and Doepke building the juvenile detention Center on Auburn Avenue and Allen House on Gurley Road. Oestreicher died of a heart attack last december at the age of 61. But a simple ceremony at the alms and Doepke building on june 23 guaranteed he will not be forgotten. Is \ to some people Oestreicher was Quot just a Painter Quot to most people however he was Quot an Many buildings including alms and Doepke the. Juvenile detention Center and Allen House were decorated with Oestreicher a designed and painted murals Quot he really got involved a said his wife Vivian. Quot he thought nothing of going Over to Allen House to finish up just because he wanted a v a hallway at the alms and Doepke building has been dedicated Quot in living memory of the Delhi Man who was a Painter for More than 30 years. It was turned into a mini gallery with Art work of students of the Cincinnati Art Academy. Quot they wanted to do something to brighten up the place a mrs. Oestreicher said. V Oestreicher had been adding on to the family a House on Pedretti Road when he died. It is now nearly completed. His daughter Mary Kay 19, and son Jeff 16, were also on hand for the ceremony. Son Eddie 20, is in Kansas for Roth Basic training and was unable to attend. Quot i Felt proud a said Jeff. Quot what else can you feel i was impressed at All the people. A several Hamilton county judges and other employees from the courthouse were asked to say a few words about Oestreicher said Mary Kay. Had her father been there Quot he would have acted like it was nothing but he would have been pleased a she said. A a Oestreicher brightened the Halls of county buildings for about four years in More ways than one. He liked to paint with Bright colors and his Good Nat redness and sense of humor touched a lot of people. Quot he just loved doing what he did a said mrs. Oestreicher. Quot i think it was Beautiful a she said of the ceremony. Quot you could Tell the people wanted to show their love. It was t something for Oestreicher enjoyed painting murals from the suggestions of children at the juvenile detention Center and Allen House Quot because he liked working with kids. I think he had the most Impact there a she said. Quot some of the kids called him a dad a they Are so starved for affection. The people that worked with the kids really appreciated him. Quot he would say it can to look like an institution. You have to give them some kind of t a. J. Photo Page 6. Don Denney photo Roger Horn plays Pool at Prospect House a half Way House for alcoholics. Bartlett elected 25th Ward head Joseph j. Bartlett who maintains residences in both Price Hill and Miami fla., was elected chairman of the 25th Ward in a meeting of precinct executives june 23. Bartlett had held the seat before out going chairman Charlie Luken a Cincinnati City Council candidate last fall. Luken recently moved from the 25th Ward to Westwood. Bartlett told members of the 25th Ward club he hoped to in pm youth a hero on first Day of Job by Connie Vickery stuff writer Mark Forrester really was in the right place at the right time. Had the near drowning happened the Day before the Price Hill youth would not have been at the Leblond swim club in the East end. Quot i did no to think it would happen on the first Day a he said but it did. A boy who did not know How to swim Dove into the deep end of the indoor Pool Forrester a first Day on the Job. The 16-year-old son of Mildred Forrester of 1224 Iliff ave., said he was the Only lifeguard on duty monday afternoon june 23. There were 35 to 40 swimmers he said a pretty Many for the size Pool there not Only did he have to watch out for the children but he also had to make sure no one was sneaking in for free. Quot the last time i went to the double doors and came Back a explained Forrester Quot they the boys were jumping off the boards it looked like they were taking then he saw the youth he identified As Jimmy Dennis 14, floating at the Bottom of the Pool. Quot i got kind of worried Quot he said. A i waited 30 seconds then i asked if he could when the other children said he a Ould not Forrester took out his Wallet took off his shirt and Dove in. With a Cross Chest carry he swam with the boy to the Side of the Pool where others help pull both of them out. The Dennis boy threw up water and some food when Forrester turned him on his Side. A the was a Little bit drowsy when we got him out of the Pool. He looked up Ard said a thanks. I said a its my Job a he explained. A Quot its All in a Days paramedics were called to the club and the boy was taken to the Hospital. The excitement was not Over yet for Forrester w to will be a Junior at Western Hills High school in the fal local television stations and newspapers picked up on the incident. And when he went for dance lessons at the main Entrance in Delhi he was surprised by a cake his instructor had made. Inscribed were the words Quot our hero one thing is for sure Forrester has not seen the last of Jimmy Dennis. The re is a him How to swim. Crease Ward participation and help elect Good democratic candidates to offices this year. He was reelected june 3 to represent second congressional District democrats on the party a state Central committee a seat he has held since mid-1972. Luken expressed his thanks for the clubs cooperation during the two years he served As Ward chairman. He noted the difficulty of running for office and running the Ward. Returning to the area several times a year Bartlett said he does not think his absence from Cincinnati will affect his Job As committeeman or Ward chairman. Quot i come Back up Here All the time a he said As a tax consultant. # a i know what i m doing. They know the facts a he said of the precinct executives who unanimously elected him chairman. Quot those Are the ones to be concerned about his qualifications. The 72-year-old Bartlett is a former Federal employee having worked in the intelligence division of the Treasury department. His political activities include serving As 25th Ward Chai Man from 1965 to 1978. He also was elected president of the Price Hill civic club in the mid-�?T70s. A the 25th Ward was one of the Best in Hamilton county until i left a said Bartlett. A the party people were Happy to come Down Here when Joe Bartlett was july 4 fun set at Dunham the third annual family fourth of july Celebration known As one of a kind Day will be Friday at Dunham recreation Complex. Activities begin at 8 . With a Golf tournament on Dunahm s executive course but other activities begin at noon. Among the activities will be games musical entertainment on the Cincinnati recreation com Mission show Wagon a softball game gymnastics and jazz excise demonstrations and a sing along. The grand finale at 10 p.m., be a fireworks display. Will sly a 5k a. In last week s press there was an Iron on Transfer so people could design their own fourth of july to shirt. If you show up wearing one of those Stop by the United savings association Booth for a prize. Or if you prefer the staff at the Usa Booth will make one of the to shirts for you. Gurley read will be closed Between Sunset and Glenway avenues but there is free bus service with pickups at Western Hills Plaza st. Francis Hospital employee parking lot de fair shopping Center st. Lawrence Church and at the United savings offices in Covedale and East Price Hill. One of a kind Day is sponsored by United savings Dunham and the press. Y Early deadlines due to the july 4 Holiday the press will have Early deadlines for the july 9 Issue. Retail and classified display ads and the service Center will be deadline at 4 p.m., thursday july 3. A a �?o\�?T3 la i classified want ads will have usual deadlines at 11 . Monday july 7. All editorial copy and photos must be at the press office at 5505 Cheviot re. By noon thursday july 3

Search All Newspapers in Cincinnati, Ohio

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the The Price Hill Press Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The The Price Hill Press?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection