The Price Hill Press in Cincinnati, Ohio 23 Jul 1980
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The Price Hill Press (Newspaper) - July 23, 1980, Cincinnati, Ohio77�?o�?o a a a a a a a a Quot a a Quot Quot ? Khz no. 29 m 60 pages Cincinnati Ohio classified advertising 661-9100 Quot to tip Queen City suburban press. Inc Alt big is b a serve consumer advocates % a. Price Hill civic club thinks of itself As a Ralph Nader for the Community this a the first of a series looking at the civic groups in Price Hill j by Beverly Eby press contributor Consumers have Ralph Nader out there fighting for their rights. Feminists have Gloria Steinem urging Era ratification. But closer to Home who generally fights for the concerns of Price Hill among others you la find the Price Hill civic club is. For the past 65 years the Picc has been involved in some capacity in nearly every major or minor decision involving the Price Hill Community. Coming by that distinction is no easy task. It involves time organization study and attendance at meetings ail Over the City. There is no one phase of the Community that the civic club ignores several members sit on the advisory Council for Dunham recreation Center a recreational facility of which they Are quite proud. A the Price Hill civic club fought for Dunham to be a recreational facility for Price Hill and it was through our efforts and work that it came about of said vice president Lenora Handra. The Picc also was responsible for helping Start mental health services West said Handra and several members sat on the Board of directors until it was firmly established. The civic club spends time and Money on such projects As senior chateau meals on wheels the Camp out for kids sponsored by District 3 police Mott foundation Price Hill Day at americana and buying Trees for distribution to schools on Arbor Day. Member Cliff Steinke said the driving Force behind the Picc is its concern for the Community. A a we re a club to which people can come to Gripe about anything and know something can get done a he said. President Charles Reuteman incorporated a youth advisory committee this year which he feels gives the youth a Chance to become involved. Heading this committee Are Denny Clark Greg Fehring and Steve Grathwohl All under 30. They hold three of the 10 director seats on the club. Although this year has been bad financially there Are plans for a hayride dance and other activities. Clark says the social aspect is not the Only function of this committee. A Price Hill native who was raised in Westwood Clark returned to Price Hill after marrying. He said the Picc is a civic organization concerned with the betterment of the Community. As far As membership drives Are concerned president Reuteman said it is a year round process. Currently there is a rebate program in effect which gives members $1 off yearly $5 dues for each new member brought in. The biggest social event for the club will be the 65th anniversary Celebration in november. The club meets the fourth tuesday of the month 8 p.m., at the Molitor loan and building Anderson ferry Road. Don Emu met photo Seminary gets approval for new building by Connie Vickery staff writer the Cincinnati Bible Seminary is on its Way. The Seminary located at 2700 Glenway ave., has received tentative approval from the City to go ahead with construction of a Multi purpose building and two parking lots on its nearly 30 acres. Officials expect to hear final word from the hearing examiner this week. Work will begin immediately on improvement of an existing driveway and a new parking lot to the South of the menus dormitory said Roy Mays director of College relations. Part of a Large parking lot to the North will be torn up for construction of the Multi purpose building he explained. A second parking lot will lie to the West of the building and a Lehman Road Entrance exit will be moved farther West. The Multi purpose building designed by the Hamilton architectural firm of Winkler Ranck Beeghly and Maxfield will House administrative and faculty offices classrooms a , and a cafeteria in two stories. It will allow Quot the Seminary a Little More breathing space As Well As provide More room for additional students the director said. The gymnasium auditorium will provide space for its physical education program., it will also be used As a Chapel so students do not have to travel to the Seminary a regular place of worship at Price and grand avenues. Total Cost of the project is $3.5 million including the Multi purpose building lots and demolition of the present administration building and another building. Mays said the improvements will bring a economic strength to the Mays said the Seminary has already raised about $800,000 toward the Cost of construction., and has plans to bring that total to $1. Million. Officials also Hope to obtain $1 to $1.5 million in pledges Over the next two years As Well As a $1 to $1.5 million loan. The tentative Okay came from City hearing Hubert guest following the third and final Public hearing on the matter july 18. The Seminary a property is already zoned properly for the building said bursar David Baumgardner. It needed further approval because the Campus is included in an environmental Quality District a zoning overlay designed to protect hillsides said Lee Meyer of the City s planning commission. The hearings primarily dealt with the proposed parking lots. A we just think its the Wise thing to do a said Baumgardner of adding two lots. Not Only will the Seminary provide More parking for the students but it will leave Street parking for the residents. The Southern lot will have about 100 spaces and the Northwestern lot about 150 spaces. Although there had been some earlier opposition to the additional parking lots Mays said residents concerns had been ironed out. The Seminary agreed for example to scrap a proposed Entrance exit on Deaden Claypole Avenue because neighbors were concerned about heavy tries to Cool talk of Street gangs Price Hill is not plagued by planning the parents financial gangs this summer said capt. Liability in certain cases and in Michael Hines of District 3 police vital them to the july 14 meeting Only groups of Young people who Only one Parent attended like to hang around together. He described the meeting As Prohs be word a gang is bad ter ductile not hostile getting them Mino logy a he said. It conjures up together was its purpose ideas of violence and weapons As a result Hines has directed a a turfs and Black jackets. Greater number of patrols in the a today just like 10 years ago 20 area. And crime prevention a a years ago teens Are hanging out in fakers Jerry Burke and Dave d or spots All Over the City a he said Minio Are going to work on getting the warm weather is at least part the teens together to air out their of the reason. Problems. This said Hines has one group of teenagers which never been tried before in District has been called a gang meets 3. Regularly at st. Lawrence Avenue Burke will also make Contact Corner. Hines called them a a. Group with parents of the six juveniles of juveniles or Young who were not represented july 14. A that Way we know they re aware a that is not to say they cause of what s going on a said Hines of no trouble. A these kids Aren t All. Parental liability., getting in trouble it s basically in addition one sergeant and six one group a he said. Hines met patrolmen will be assigned solely with residents of Warsaw and to trouble spots in the evening and Mcpherson avenues Over trouble Early morning hours. Although last summer. This year it is regular patrols will be Short of residents of Sturm Street and men Hines expects the details to Laclede Avenue who Are concern balance out. De. The District Captain met june a 30 and july 14 with about 20 isl Cly a neighbors to discuss solutions. Hines had hoped but did not a meals on wheels needs expect to meet with parents of volunteers Page 2. Seven known troublemakers too. A Recap of Price Hill Day at he had sent a letter to them sex americana Page 12. Masses move to Back Yards members of the st. William Parish in Price Hill have literally moved masses into the Back Yards parishioners throughout the summer have hosted the masses for neighbouring Church members. At right msgr. Francis Kennedy prepares for the july 17 service at the Ronald Dressman Home on Mckeone. Below msgr. Kennedy celebrates the mass with Aid from a guitarist
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