1967-04-16 Koch, G Earl Rotary Club

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1967-04-16 Koch, G Earl Rotary Club - Sunday, G-B G-B G-B THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER 1...
Sunday, G-B G-B G-B THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER 1 3wr-;5:rH 3wr-;5:rH 3wr-;5:rH Ml 'UT -? -? J Store Hoffman A firet-timer firet-timer firet-timer to a Cincinnati Rotary Club meeting feels a surge of patriotism when he sings the National Anthem in the darkness of the Hotel Sheraton Gibson's Roof Garden. Possibly, it's this feeling among other Incentives Incentives that keeps 76 of Rotary's 550 paid members attending: its 12:15 p. m. Thursday meetings. Rotar-ians Rotar-ians Rotar-ians are truly proud of Rotary. Dr. John Pattison, Univer sity of Cincinnati environmental environmental health professor, will speak. Last week, a turnout turnout of 365 got an advance look at the August 19 pro exhibition football game here from Coaches Weeb Ewbank, New York Jets, and Joe Kuharich, Philadelphia G. Earl Koch, 2771 Eugenia Eugenia Ln., Westwood, joined Rotary in 1930 "and I'm proud of my membership." He said "I knew I wanted to get in and I waited five years for an opening to de velop.' Rotary membership is restricted restricted to one man from each business and professional professional classification. "You're ; required to attend at least ' 60 of the meetings over : each six months," Mr. Koch said. "Rotary doesn't put you out of Rotary, you put yourself out." Rotarians get a brief rundown rundown of the day's news around the world and participate participate in a rousing welcome welcome for visiting members from other clubs as part of their weekly , ritual. They sponsor a host of civic proj ects eacn year. "There's more prestige to Rotary because we're the ! only Rotary Club in Hamilton Hamilton County," said Pres. Roger Anderson. There are, however, about 18 other Rotary Clubs located in this tri-state tri-state tri-state area, as far away as Richmond, Ind. and as close as Newport and Cov ington, Ky. The Cincinnati club was . formed in 1910, five years ' after the movement got its start. Officially, it's No. 17. There are 12,700 total clubs in the world. "First dues were $3 a year and meals 50c with dessert," reports club history. Short Subjects: Buddy Young, National Football League administrative administrative aide, will speak to the Cincinnati Kiwanxs Club Monday noon in the Hotel Sheraton Gibson . . . Student Student American Red Cross members will exhibit in the international School Art Program in the Taft Museum Museum here, beginning Friday Friday and concluding May 28 . . . John Hubbard, U. S. Corps of Engineers, will discuss discuss conservation with the Buckeye Club Tuesday noon in the Hotel Sheraton Gibson Gibson . . . Northeast Norwood Civic Club meets in the 2360 Norwood Ave. union hall at 8 p. m. Thursday to hear Rev. H. Daelher Hayes, Zion United Church of Christ, Norwood, speak on neighborhood improvement. Cincinnati Vice Mayor Eugene Ruehlmann will deal the first hand of a regional Midwest bridge tournament at 1:30 p. m. Wednesday in the Hotel Sheraton Gibson, More than 2500 people are expected to witness the tournament through Saturday. Master points and trophies will be awarded. A benefit game on Tuesday will preview the competition. Sponsoring the tourney is the Cincinnati Bridge Association. Race Starts Gave Shakerag Its Name MELROSE, Fla. Melrose once went by the homely name of Shakerag. On Sunday Sunday afternoons long ago, sporting young men would gather here to race their horses. The races started at the wave of a large white : -chwitr&Gor

Clipped from The Cincinnati Enquirer16 Apr 1967, SunPage 26

The Cincinnati Enquirer (Cincinnati, Ohio)16 Apr 1967, SunPage 26
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