The Price Hill Press in Cincinnati, Ohio
16 Jul 1980

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16 Jul 1980

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The Price Hill Press (Newspaper) - July 16, 1980, Cincinnati, OhioIn a. A a \ the Ohio historical society interstate. 71 amp i7th , Ohio 4sz11 pop a Mas hate i a u. $. Postale pm i d cd amp Pehme tha it Price la �11 a piness july 16,1980 Cincinnati Ohio Dob Denney Phot Oyoung love sil doming Delhi and Jim Willis Westwood take a minute to wander away from the merry widow operetta at rapid run Park july 10. The two made their own music beside the Fountain at the Parks Lake. Everyone has a . Ewing theory by Connie Vickery staff writer you a think television s j. R. Ewing with his Good looks and so much Money would have a Little More Appeal among those of the a fairer but it seems area women would rather stay away from j. kind. A the thinks he a a lady killer a said Phyllis Kennedy of Considine Avenue. A a he a a shrewd businessman unfeeling and i sure want him for a husband Quot portrayed by actor Larry Hagman j. R. Is the despised oilman on the Friday evening program he cheats on his wife tries to lure his Brothers out of their share of the Ewing Money mortgaged his parents beloved Home Southfork shafted an unknown number of businessmen Etc. Someone took a gun to him on the last episode of the season and that has brought a Dallas a fans the world Over out of the closet. J. R. Will live since Hageman will be Back next season. But a who shot .?&Quot a there Are too Many clues to try to guess one person Quot said Alberta Gregston of Hillside Avenue. Both she and her husband Robert Are regular watchers. She said it a could have been Quot Cliff Barnes j. no. 1 enemy. Ewing is paying Barnes Way to the House of representatives just to get Barnes out of his own hair. And Barnes had an affair with j. wife sue Ellen. Mildred Fluegemann of Bodley Avenue said it has even crossed her mind that j. Mother miss Elly could have pulled the trigger. Not Only did j. R. Mortgage her Dallas Home but he has tried to cheat his Brothers out of their rightful share of the estate. But. She also has her sights on a banker named Leland. A they could drop him and it wont affect the rest of the family or the Leland received a second vote from Cindy Barnhart of Bona venture court. A the was one of the men that j. R. Swindled every dime that he had. And right before j. R. Was shot he Leland went into although sue Ellen a probably hates him More than anyone else i done to think she could really do it a said Barnhart an avid watcher. Margaret Bray of Leland Avenue could not decide Between Barnes and Alan beam an ambitious Young attorney. A a a. R. Was so mean and Nasty to both of them. A it could have been sue Ellen. She had a gun one Tipsie Quot Bray explained a and she was saying they play dirty tricks for living inside a West i Grad wins National medal in drafting Competition Page 2 a mount st. Joe nuns celebrate anniversaries Page 3. A Covedale performer spends summer singing and dancing at Kings Island Page 6. A Price Hill United methodist Church has new Sanctuary Page 9. A Dunham recreation Center opens new Sand volleyball courts Page 11. A business news Page 12. Collections please Here a Friendly reminder that this is collection week for the press carriers. Within the next seven to 10 Days they will be knocking on your door collecting for their delivery service. The Money they collect from you is an important supplement to their income. When you pay your 75 cents you will receive a Coupon entitling you to a savings of up to 18 at Jack Maas meats 5132 Delhi Pike in Van Leunen a shopping Center. So be sure to get your receipt from yur Carrier. If you appreciate our paper and your delivery service has been up to snuff please pay your Carrier. You can to lose. The press newspapers circulation department by Cindy Novak managing editor has someone done you wrong did your girl leave you Flat your partner turn out to be a dirty double crosser your so called Friend Stab you in the Back now you can do something about it. A new business set up by three Covedale residents ensures your revenge will be More than a Sweet thought. Bill Coleman de Boaz. And Gary Rischer roommates who live in a Rulison Road apartment Are founders and operators of a the Poison pen for 15, they will concoct a simple Nasty letter poem or song parody aimed at the person of your Choice. More elaborate jobs a including practical jokes a run a Little higher. The Trio pcs done Little advertising of their venture primarily distributing leaflets around the University of Cincinnati area. They be done several letters for friends and even a a pie in the face Quot gag. A but wed really like for this to turn into said Coleman. A we think it has Coleman 28. Is the a writing Force behind the group. A free news amp display advertising 661-8352 classified advertising a to Queen City suburban press inc am rights reserves a. 0 -0 a do masses move to Back Yards of Price Hill things. I think she threatened j. sue Ellen received a second vote from Jeannie Monahan of Sunairi Terrace. Quot she a nuts. I think she could have done it. A although she has not watched the program lately Kennedy said she thinks sue Ellen hired someone kill j. R. A i see a woman driven to have something done by the Way he treated her always putting her Down in front of his family Quot she said. Sharon Ferguson of River Road is not certain who shot j. R. Quot i Hope sue Ellen shot him. I Hope she gets by with it too Quot she said. A it would be a great satisfaction to h ave her get Back at h in st. William Parish is Price Hill is literally bringing religion into the Back Yard. Sister Claire Soken in pastoral ministry at the st. William Convent spearheaded a program to have masses celebrated in neighbourhood Back Yards. Parishioners Host the masses for neighbouring Church members. A a it a not really social although some ladies do provide refreshments Quot said sister Claire. A the program is designed to meet the spiritual needs of the msgr. Francis Kennedy pastor of st. William shares Back Yard mass duties with for. William Krumpe and for. Mark Berger. The 7 . Masses usually feature guitar music. The first mass for the summer was june 25 at the Home of Carol Herbert. Clearview. Mrs. Herbert also headed the committee in charge of contacting hosts for the masses. Response has been Good said or. Claire with almost 70 people attending the july 9 mass at the George Wolterman Home on Carnation Avenue. Past Host families include or. And mrs. Cletus Tiettmeyer Lindale Avenue or. And mrs. Tom Burke Ridge View or. And mrs. Dave Allen Foley Road or. And mrs. Robert Bailey Skylark drive or. And mrs. Don Huber msgr. Francis Kennedy Century Lane or. And mrs. Thomas Bruns pleasure drive and mrs. And mrs. Jim Bradley Rutledge. Future masses will be hosted by or. And mrs. Ronald Dressman 1308 Mckeone Avenue july 17 or. And mrs. Philip midges 4379 w. Eighth st., july 21 or. And mrs. John Mccoy 4043 Palos Judy 23 and or. And mrs. John Frasca. 813 Harris. Six More masses Are scheduled from july 28-aug. 18.police play Down role of local gangs gang trouble is not so serious As it has been in the past but District 3 police Are still trying to nip a potential problem in the Bud. Capt. Michael Hines was expected to meet with parents of some teens identified As gang members on july 14 at District 3 Headquarters on Warsaw Avenue. The meeting was partially the result of complaints from residents of Sturm and Laclede streets who met with Hines earlier this month. Some residents on the two Price Hill streets know of no trouble recently. What they have heard is second hand. Still others say the problem is serious. A there is trouble a said Mary Feldhaus of Sturm Street. Many of the youths gather on the Street to drink and smoke. And there seems to be two groups she said who occasionally fight among themselves. But Young people gathering in the Street during the summer is not unusual said it. Thomas Fox. From the businesses Point of View All is quiet. A speaking for the businessmen in the area Quot said Don Huber of Hubei department store a i would say we be had no trouble at All. Sometimes they overrate gangs and an incident at the st. Lawrence Church festival this past weekend caused quite a stir. George Theobald 24, of 1228 Texas ave., Price Hill was charged with resisting arrest and three counts of assault against a Law officer. The arrest was made at st. Lawrence on july 12. One officer was injured in a scuffle. In a separate incident that Day Terry Hart 25, of 1060 Delhi ave., was charged with disorderly conduct while intoxicated and resisting arrest at the convenient food Mart 3703 Warsaw ave., across from the Parish festival. Lance writer he has worked for a Magazine in new York. The Hamilton native attended the University of Cincinnati. He tends bar part time at tomorrows Coleman said the group started when Roommate Boaz 26, then a teacher had problems with the principal at his school. When differences at the Cincinnati District school came to a head Boaz asked Coleman to help him write a letter telling his former Boss what he thought of him. Boaz a Western Hills High school graduate and jogging enthusiast brainstorms practical jokes for the a Poison other Roommate Gary Rischer a recent graduate of Morehead state by University is a bartender ait Trumps. Enlisting the Aid of the society is simple. Write to the group in care of . Box 38342, Cincinnati 45238, and explain your situation. Coleman will Contact you for further information. Coleman and friends will write and Type the letter or poem. Due to postal regulations they do not mail the letters. They will turn it Over to the customer who must devise his own method of delivery. Gary Rischer Bill Coom in Tod de Boaz Covedale Are members of the Poison pen society designed to help you get a taste of revenge

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