The Price Hill Press in Cincinnati, Ohio
30 Jul 1980

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30 Jul 1980

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The Price Hill Press (Newspaper) - July 30, 1980, Cincinnati, OhioIt �?�1 a Quot if al congregation a old a but pm Church is new by Connie Vickery sir Fer some churches have businesses on the Side. The Price Hill United methodist Church does too confessed Rev. Paul Stopenhagen pastor. But the Price Hill Church is More often referred to As the a a underground Church for its appearance than its Mode of operation. To raise funds for its new building which is built into a Hill a the Church has been operating a paper bottle and aluminium recycling Center in a garage behind the building. The operation is currently under the direction of Ralph Short of Covedale. It is just another Way for the Church to reach out to the Community Stopenhagen said. A Tuffe congregation is old dating Back to 1884. And the Church at Elberon and Phillips avenues is new with most of it completed in december of last year. The Sanctuary was consecrated March 16, marking its official opening. A parishioners led by mrs. an open House a couple of weeks ago to share their Church with the Community something they have been doing for quite a while. A a on election Days the United methodist Church is the voting place for two precincts of voters. It sponsors a scout troop. Weight watchers holds its meetings there too. A a we have facilities available for Community use a said Stopenhagen. A we d like to work with Fellowship Hall a room with a capacity of 200 people is open for meetings and social functions like Square dances he said. Quot the congregation is eager to be part of the Community to develop a sense of the Church will also bring other parts of the City to Price Hill when it presents a a summer pulpit series Quot in August. Each sunday will feature a a guest preacher Quot at the 10 45 . Service. First on the Agenda is Rev Bruce e. Mcclure a chaplain at the Christ. Hospital. Of its 220 members the Price Hill Church draws about half on sundays. Stopenhagen is proud of the turn out. Perhaps some enthusiasm can be attributed to worship in a completed and Beautiful a cd uhf. Although it is contemporary in design it contains traditional furnishings from its last Church including altar lecture. Pulpit Chancel chairs and baptismal font. Quot we wanted to keep them and use them s a id the c he re a s p a Stor of one y e a a Large front window is shaped like a Cross. Special windows of. Faceted Glass can be seen just about everywhere in the Church. The building is rectangular but its roof at $ Sharp Angle North to South. Just beneath the roo fare be Offil a air stained Glass windows and a Hill rises to meet them. On the Elberon Avenue Side then the Church gives the appearance of being built underground. A it was done for two reasons a said Stopenhagen. A one for the efficient use of the space and two for ecological reasons. Its cutting our costs for heating and , Page 2 a Dob Denney photo John Hageman. An elder graduate and Thomas More student was part of a group of student researchers studying the Ohio Grad part of River study group st. Avs 6fr. Rudy9 moving to Kettering for. Edward l. Quot Rudy Rudemiller colourful pastor at st. Aloysius Church in Sayler Park for five years has been reassigned pastor of ascension Church in Kettering he told parishioners last week. It will be for. Rudemiller s fourth Parish since his ordination in August 1958. He is not certain who his successor will be. Quot it All happened kind of Quick Quot said Rudemiller who has been at the Church for 10 years. The Parish is planning an aug. 6 party for the 48-year-old priest. He will leave for Kettering aug. 12. Ascension Parish is about four times As Large As st. Al a for. Rudemiller said with about 1,600 families. A til certainly miss the people. I really feel like i have an awful lot to be thankful for a he said. For. Rudemiller said the Community a strength during the april 3, 1974 Tornado is one memory he will take with him. A a we be got a Happy place Here and tremendous people doubt about he will. Miss next years addition of first Grade at st. Al s school too he said. It. For. Rudemiller grew up in North Fairmount where he went to st. Leo Church. He attended elder High. School and was ordained to the Priesthood in 1958. His first assignment was st. Dominic Church in Delhi from 1959 to 1967. For. Rudemiller then returned to st. Leos from 1967 to 1970, until appointed to st. Alas. For. Rudemiller taught commercial correspondence English latin and religion at elder. He had been involved in the High school s sports program for 17 years when he was relieved of his teaching and athletic director duties last year. By Connie Vickery staff writer John Hageman got a head Start on. His education As an. Environmental researcher. He and five fellow Thomas More College students spent four weeks studying Ohio River conditions near the Zimmer nuclear and Beckjord Power plants upriver from Cincinnati. A $13,500 Grant from the Cincinnati Gas and. Electric co. Enabled students from the it. Mitchell ky., school to get first hand experience. Hageman a Sophomore received classroom credit for his research. A 1979 graduate of elder High school he is the son. Of Dorothy Hageman and Gilbert Hageman of Price Hill. Hageman was selected for the project on a competitive basis. Thomas More and the Commonwealth of Kentucky share ownership of seven Riverside houses at California ky., for biological research Hageman explained. Students have made use of the facilities for about 10 years. During their five Day work week the students collected. Water samples to Check its temperature and chemical Content including the amount of dissolved oxygen. The biologists also electro shocked fish to determine the number and kind present in the water. When they finished they threw the fish which included Small Mouth Buffalo River Carp Kentucky Bass and Long nose Gars Back into the River. A the sole purpose of the project a he said Quot is to Check the effects of Beckjord Power Plant which Burns Coal and Oil for Energy. It takes in water from the River to Cool its generators and it discharges hot the students Are also helping cd amp a get a close look at the River before the Zimmer nuclear Plant goes into operation. The students and faculty members dr., John Ferner and or. Lawrence Budde spent part of the time studying microscopic River life too. They collected and s t u d i e d p h y to Plant o n., zooplankton Blue Green algae and diatoms. Although Hageman had not met his Quot classmates until the California expedition they Are Good friends now he said. Household chores were shared during their june 11 to july 9 stay. Hageman who has a summer Job in the emergency room at st. Francis Hospital returned to his st. Lawrence Avenue Home weekends. Before choosing Thomas More Hageman looked into the biology programs at the University of Cincinnati and Xavier University. He found , too big and biology program geared to the needs of a future doctor or veterinarian. So he chose Thomas More which he described As Quot a big Little he Hopes to get into the environmental research Field either for government or private Industry a there is a Fine line Between an environmentalist and an. Industrialist a Hageman said. There must be a Way to produce Energy he maintained without destroying the environment. On a i believe there has to be a Happy the answer he said is solar Power. Quot by the time the Sun Burns out you can kiss life goodbye anyway.�?�. Ephia preserves Price Hill traditions one of a series by Beverly Eby press contributor for nearly 40 years the East Price Hill improvement association has been working to preserve a traditional Way of life for people of East Price Hill. As years have gone by it has become increasingly difficult to keep on top of issues and. Fight for the Good of the neighbourhood. Zoning Section 8 housing and Hillside preservation Are the major areas of concern according to president Lenora Handra who claims it takes nearly a Day to go through Cor Respondence from City agencies. Although not the oldest or the largest civic group in. Price Hill Ephia is a club of Many distinctions. It is the Only Price Hill civic organization to own a meeting place. It caters specifically to East Price Hill a and is that areas Community Council. City Hall looks to Ephia when considering any aspect of East Price Hill. Quot without Ephia a lot More subsidized housing and zone changes would simply slide into the Community a said Handra. A sometimes i think they City planners go Over East Price Hill in an air plane find an empty spot and try to put in an apartment building or something a she said. Ephia was originally founded to gather Community support to save the Price Hill incline. Although it ultimately lost that fight Ephia continued to work for the Community by fighting for the deep water Pool at Dempsey a new recreation Center for East Price Hill and in general to preserve the aesthetic aspect of the track of zoning and. Hillsides is almost a full time Job. Since Ephias membership is 80-90 Strong hard workers who have expertise in any Given area Are imperative. Ephia members such As Joe Donovan and Marianna Rothman make it their business to know what a happening in Section 8 or zoning. Member Don Patrick claims certain expertise in hillsides. Quot without these types of people and Are Many in Ephia it would be keep up w Ith it All a a s Aid h. A and a. It

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