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The Price Hill Press (Newspaper) - July 09, 1980, Cincinnati, OhioThe Ohio historical society interstate 71 amp 17th Columbus Ohio 45211 bul it rate u. S. Postage paid Cincinnati permit to. 2352 tic Price ii ill or Csc the Cincinnati Bible Seminary is pretty sure it has dispelled the Community a concerns Over two proposed auxiliary parking lots on the Campus. One will be adjacent to a planned two Story multipurpose building while the other will be next to a menus dormitory. The final in a series of Public hearings on the matter will be held Friday july 18, at 9 . In room 226 in City Hall. The Seminary located at 2700 Glenway ave., Price Mil and its neighbors have met on several occasions to work out any problems said bursar David Baumgardner. He thinks they have been successful. It a freed for example to scrap a proposed Entrance exit on Claypole a dead end Street because neighbors were concerned about heavy traffic. A hedgerow now in existence would ensure privacy along the parking lot. The Seminary a property is already zoned properly for the building Baumgardner said. However it requires further approval because it is included in an environmental Quality District a zoning overlay designed to protect hillsides said Lee Meyer of the City planning commission. The hearings have to do with the proposed parking lots. Total Cost of the project is $3.5 million �?$2.8 million for the building and another $.7 million for site development including the lot. A no definite Date has been set a a said the bursar. A a we re not being held up by architectural construction of the building is not dependent on approval of the parking lots Baumgardner said. A we done to think of it As a dependent Factor. We done to think of it As separate from the building project. A we just think its the Wise thing to do a he said of adding parking lots to the Campus. Not Only would the be providing parking for its students he explained but it would also leave Street parking to the residents. The building will House administrative and faculty offices classrooms a gymnasium auditorium and cafeteria. A a it a to be of the same architectural nature As the other buildings a a said Baumgardner. The new building will allow the Seminary a Little More breathing in Ace As Well As provide More room for addition students he said. The gymnasium auditorium will provide space for its physical education program. And the College has been in need of a larger cafeteria. The Seminary does not have a. Master plan for construction As such. A we do not have anything that detailed or specific Quot Baumgarnder said. Construction of each building a is based on its own the oldest building on the Seminary a 30 acres dates to pre civil War Days. The newest is about five years old. Above Ralph Johnson 1332 Beech Price Hill grandson Fred Johnson and a reluctant Duke turned out for the Celebration. At right Dunham director Jack Collins takes Refuge under an umbrella. Inside. A Kellywood residents have weekend Block party Page 2. A Price Hiu a by ers prove the craze is still alive Page 4. A Alioe Paul House gives shelter to battered women Page 5. A Beverly Nye shares some of her recipes Page 1. A Young golfers compete in Dunham youth championship pages. Price Hillian revive old tradition july 16 there a just a week left before Price Hill residents pack the kids their swim suits and a picnic lunch and head to americana amusement Park for Price Hill Day. Area merchants have tickets that will permit residents to enter the Park wednesday july 16, from 10 . On at a discount rate. Adults and children will be admitted for $4.50. Admission for 3 to 5-year-Olds will be $1 with a ticket with children 2 and under entering free. With a ticket senior citizens can enter the Park for $2.50. A a it a really a Nice family Day a said Ruth Bennett a member of the Price Hill civic club which sponsors the Community a 65th annual Day at the Park. The civic club has also arranged transportation to and from the Park located at West Chester. A round trip ticket will Cost $2. Four buses will make stops throughout Price Hill on the morning of july 1.6, and return in the evening. / two buses will leave Western Hills High school at 11 . And 11 30 ., respectively each making stops at rapid run Road and Glen Way Avenue st. Lawrence Church holy family Church and. At the Corner of eighth Street and state Avenue. Two More buses will Stop at West eighth Street and Nebraska Avenue at 11 . And 11 30 ., with each making stops at st. William Church Pinecrest and senior chateau. Included in the admission Price is a 45-minute magic show which will be repeated during the Day and free swimming. A Nickel Bingo will be held from noon to 6 ., with Price Hill merchants donating the prizes. Drawings for More than 10 major prizes will be made every hour from 12 30 to 6 And there will be plenty of shelters and tables for families to bring picnic lunches Bennett said. A 3-and-under baby contest will be held at 3 Dusty Rhodes Delhi twp. Trustee and weekend Dee Jay. Will serve As judge. Wesley Hall awaits of lor $3 million facility the Board of directors of Wesley Hall a Home for the elderly in need of medical attention Are still looking to build a $3-rail lion facility at 3j,5 Lilienthal Riverside. A the plans Are in their final stages a said. Esther Tucker assistant administrator. The Home still needs approval from Corva a health planning Agency before actual construction would begin. The Board has received a zoning Okay from the City of Cincinnati she said. The facility would replace two Century old mansions and serve As an addition to the relatively new intensive care Center inc and office building already in use i said Jack Crout selected by the Board As next Wesley Hall administrator. Currently in training Crout is a resident of Park Hills by. A a in be seen the drawings a he said. A i think it a new facility will help us a lot. A right now we re in. Two separate buildings. It will be a lot easier to have All the residents in one building it will be More concentrated a he explained. Under the current plan the two mansions would be demolished leaving the inc and office buildings. The inc would be used. For the Homes activities he said and a Walkway would eventually connect offices and the new two Story Brick building. Wesley Hall is an intermediate v a nursing Home funded by the state of Ohio through the medicaid program. The 30-year-old Home serves As Many As 115 senior citizens receiving a certain amount of Money for each person each Day according to Tucker. Individuals and groups make contributions throughout the year she said and the Board expects it will have the financial support to build the facility. Quot we feel Well have the funds to work on Crout a former Laboratory supervisor at the Christ Hospital will take the states nursing Home administrator test in october. He will move into his new position shortly after he receives the results. Crout has a bachelors degree from Thomas More College and a it masters degree in business administration from Xavier University. 1m0 our in City suburban press inc All rpm reserved Irish to Core Murphy works for Irish cause by Connie Vickery staff writer Maurice j. A a Mike Murphy iii would be nothing but Irish. To escape that fact he would have to re paint his Green apartment on Warsaw Avenue in Price Hill. He would have to take Down photographs of ancestors and the. Old Omurchadha Murphy farm in the county of Kerry on Ireland a West coast. And he would have to re work his family genealogy a seven year project that has turned up Only Irish blood. Instead Murphy has accepted his Fate developing a love affair with Erin a Isle Over his 54 years. A self employed insurance broker he has visited Ireland 10 times and recently bought a half acre of the Murphy family farm. But Murphy Slaughter cannot hide a serious cause one he believes is important to All irishmen. As co chairman of the Southern Ohio Northern Kentucky Eastern Indiana chapter of the Irish National caucus Murphy is concerned about what he and the organization see As great Mike Murphy Britain a violation of human rights in Northern Ireland. Its concern stems from violence which has riddled Ireland for 800 years. Murphy says the Northern Irish want Freedom As was granted the Southern 26 counties in the Early 1.900s, but England does not want to give it to them. The a Johnny bulls a or politicians Are the opponents he says. In the meantime the British government is spending a Fortune on a Urban renewal a the rebuilding of cities in Northern Ireland destroyed by fighting Between the Irish Republican and thousands of British troops a if England gives Freedom to the Irish then the scots and the Welsh will want Freedom too a Murphy said a fall we re interested in. Is peace and Justice in Ireland. There s no peace in the North of Ireland and there a no Justice England was convicted a couple of years ago in the world court Salisbury Austria for human rights violations of dissidents held in Camps in the Northern part of the Island. Murphy said. Even a British committee established to study the accusations agreed England was in violation. The caucus maintains Headquarters in Washington d. C., where it lobbies on Capitol Hill. Through Congress Murphy said the caucus Hopes to impress representatives with the importance of bringing peace to Ireland. A Congress can invite All of the parties concerned with the conflict to come to the u. S. And sit Down a he said. Such gatherings have been tried before he said but with Little Success. What they decide is up to the two parties hut the . Can play a part in bringing them together Murphy said As has been the Case of Egypt and Israel. It should be a up to the people themselves hut they can to do anything As Long As British troops Are Seminary plans two Story building vol. 53 no. 27 25c copy one Section 14 pages july 9. 1980 Cincinnati Ohio news amp display advertising classified advertising 661-8352 a 7 661-9100 Don Denney photos Chris made Well 12, 3448 Mayfield checks the skies for More threatening Clouds. He was sitting in a Booth sponsored bust. Lawrence Church. Fourth fun the Day dawned with Gray skies promising rain for the one of a / kind Day Celebration at Dunham recreation Complex Gurley Road. The july 4th event is sponsored by United savings association the press and Dunham. This is the third go around for the Celebration which began with an Early morning Golf tournament and ended with a fireworks finale. Rain dampened morning activities reminiscent of last years one of a kind. However the weathered cleared bringing Sunshine for Early afternoon and evening activities. Neighbourhood organizations provided food drinks and games for the fourth celebrants. Staffers at Dunham organized games for All Ages
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