Eastern Hills Journal Press in Cincinnati, Ohio
3 Jun 1987

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3 Jun 1987

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Eastern Hills Journal Press (Newspaper) - June 3, 1987, Cincinnati, OhioPm Eoj 35 cents 1b i Fri m u ltd it k u it a Muf o of it q. A to x 1 a a a it c u 1-4 j x us o it a it amp it st a d n Hills Roumal press i fax Hyde Park Madison Placa Madisonville Mariemont it. Lookout Oakley pleasant Ridge Terrace Park 1s7. Cincinnati suburban Pratt inc vol. 53, no 19 two sections 14 pages wednesday a june 3, 1987 municipal court judge Nadine Alle and common pleas judge Jack Sherman were honoured for their recent appointments to the Bench by gov. Richard Celeste at Grandin House in Hyde Park recently. A Cincinnati City Council member John Mirlisena will be the speaker at an Oakley residents association meeting june 9 at 7 . A Maragaret Tondow of Hyde Park has been installed As the 49th president of the auxiliary to the Academy of Medicine of Cincinnati. She has been Active in the Margaret Tondow group for the past nine years and has served on its executive Board for five years. If you hear civil defense sirens going off wednesday at noon done to dive into the basement. Its Only a test of the outdoor sirens by Hamilton county a office of disaster preparedness and civil defense. The tests fall on the first wednesday of each month. When the National weather service issues a Tornado warning or severe thunderstorm warning the sirens sound a steady tone for three minutes. We re proud of a group of five Mariemont eighth graders has been commended by the greater Cincinnati Center for economic education for its citywide third place finish among 76 Junior High teams which competed in this Springs Stock Market game. The team of Ben Krisko who was Captain Chase Dold Jeremy Drake Tracy Elliott and Brent Smith All members of Mike Arata Smath 8 class parlayed an imaginary $100,000 initial investment into $111,635 Over just a 10-week period including deductions of imaginary broker fees. The Mariemont eighth graders portfolio More than doubled the performance of both the Dow Jones average and the Standard and poor a 500, since an investment of $100,000 into a Dow Jones Standard amp poor so Index fund a would have netted just a $5,000 profit during the 10-week duration of the game. A the patriotic spirit is alive and Well at Hyde Park school. The 4th Ward Republican club sponsors an annual contest stressing patriotism and at their dinner Tiiu Saay May 21 held at st. Mary a Hyde Park students won the top prize. Each participant wrote an essay on a what America Means to me a a a Short biography of a past president a freehand drawing of a map of the United states a list of 10 outstanding characteristics of an Ideal american citizen and five things a student can do to prepare him herself for future Good citizenship. Hyde Park school for amassing the highest Point total received a $25 Check and an american Flag that has flown Over the White House in Washington . You can attend the it. Lookout civic associations menus Stag will be june 25 at the Wilmer american legion Hall. Tickets Are $10 and available at brackets. Meats in it. Lookout Square. A the Parade to kick off the st. John Vianney festival will begin at 4 30 . At the Madison place fire department. The festival will be june 6 f rom 5 . To 11 . And sunday from 1 . To 10 . Chicken and roast beef dinners will be served. Cost of the dinner is $4 for adults children $2. A a briefly is compiled by news editor Jack Neff whale of a Sale looking for a garage Sale you be found the right place. More than 70 garage sales Are in this weeks classified Section of the Eastern Hills Roumal press. Just last week p. Smith of Withamsville had 25-30 people at his Safe and sold $250 Worth of merchandise. Smith had advertised his garage Sale in our suburban classifieds. To place an and for your Sale Call us at 681-7777. High Hopes Michael Connor press staff a reach for the sky was the theme of the Dav As students at Mariemont elementary school launch balloons it the school Field. Celebrating career month students enclosed names and and addresses in their airborne messengers. Recipients were asked to return the cards a stating their careers. Garage owner says change in zoning will Hurt Oakley by Theresa l. Herron staff reporter hamper Mark Purcell believes that Oakley is in a period of positive natural transition. He also believes the proposed zone change from b-4 to b-3 would Han this transition. Purcell is the owner of Purcell Auto body shop on Alsten Avenue in Oakley. A i have a lot of experience in real estate and in deling with developers. It was my primary business until 1982. As a result i understand that any project with substance takes a Long time to develop a he Susa. A the economics Side of me says the proposed zone change is not Good for this Purcell said the zone change would new a5 hamper the development of the 20th Century which is now vacant and has no firm offers from potential tenants. A but this also applies to the Guy who opens a to shop on the Comer or the woman who opens a new Beauty shop a he said. A these businesses do not open overnight. It takes a i think the zone Chance would Hurt the current growth of the area a he said. If the zoning is changed this puts the plans of Many people m limbo. For instance he said a local business owner May want to expand his business and not know if he will be allowed to expand under the new zoning. Hyde Park Board adds 2 members two new trustees Are beginning their three year terms on the Hyde Park neighbourhood Council Board. Marian Barrett Leibold a graduate of seven Hills school and Smith College is currently on leave of absence from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. Leibold took a leave last february to spend time with her Young daughter and to pursue Community activities. Leibold has worked As director of volunteers at the Frontier nursing service in Hyden Kentucky a Case worker for a a family service and a researcher at department of paediatrics. She has performed Volunteer services for numerous organizations including the Shriner a bums Institute and the Ronald Mcdonald House project. Leibold was also a medical missionary in the Southern african nation of Lesotho. Leibold is currently Secretary of the Smith College club of Cincinnati the women a studies department at and an adult guide at the Cincinnati nature Center Jack b. Otto jr., is a native of it. Thomas Kentucky. He graduated from st. Xavier h school High and and Loyola University earned a masters degree in philosophy from the University of Chicago. After returning to Cincinnati Otto taught English at Marion High school and was iral manager for Winegartner Hommons a rations and motrin management. He owned and Oplt ated the mod service division of beef a Boa. Dinner theatre in Harrison Ohio. In 1976, he became affiliated with Koetzle corp. Commercial real estate brokers and developers. In 1980, he formed the Otto corp., commercial real estate brokers and developers. He has been a resident of Hyde Park since 1983. Otto has been chairperson of the March of dimes super walk a member of Congress of neighbourhood group and president of the National association of corporate real estate executives. Chris Remenowsky surrounded by awards. Bonnie Winters press staff defying doctors Odds Oakley woman thrives by Bonnie Winters staff reporter when Chris Remenowsky comes Home to her Oakley apartment she gets a strange feeling of Dejavu. A a in la come in and think 12 years ago this was a school and i was on my feet on this very spot taking dancing lessons. Now in a in a wheelchair living at the fed a Way apartments a said Remenowsky. Twelve years ago the Oakley woman was a High school freshman at Purcell Marian. One Day she was crossing the Street to catch a bus. Six weeks later she awoke from a coma. A i had been hit by a car a explained Remenowsky. A i was the All around teen Ager. I played sports danced did gymnastics babysat. The next thing i know i Wake up in a Bald weigh 45 pounds and a machine is running me. I had no desire to Remenowsky a parents Evie and Ferd and her Brothers and Sisters Jeff Dave Paul Pat Mary Carol and Joyce let Chris give up. A the doctors did no to expect me to live a said Chris a person who is obviously More a alive than most people. Please see thrive a5 lease puts club in rough by Theresa l. Herron staff reporter the body shop owner is also concerned about his own business under the proposed new zoning. In b-3 zoning his Auto service business would not be in compliance. The Oakley residents association say they Are trying to keep a Concrete business from moving onto the Square he said. A but they would be better off leaving things a a in a going to stay on Oakley but i feel that eventually the new zoning will Hurt my property value. I May not find a buyer for this building who can move in a business that would conform to the new zoning a Purcell said. A also they should look at the Square. There is nowhere else to locate an Auto repair business. There simply Are no facilities a he confined. The Cincinnati country club on Grandin Road in Hyde Park has been served with an eviction notice by its landlord Margaret Goodson of Delaware Ohio. For 83 years Goodson a family has owned part of the land the country club sits on. But the lease is not Clear just How much land or where the acreage is according to Joseph Parker attorney for the country club. The eviction notice and the subsequent lawsuit claim that the club has not paid its lease payment on time. The terms of the lease Call for an annual payment of $2,500. A the claim is not True a Parker continued. The comply int is vague he said adding that it also claims that other parts of the lease have been breached but just what parts Are not stated. The lawsuit Calls for the country club to vacate the land in question or to renegotiate the lease he said. The lease was originally written in 1904 for a period of 99 years Parker said. It was hand written and the original has disappeared. The Only thing the lawyers have to work with is a copy of the original. Parker said the eviction notice and the lawsuit were filed Early in May. A we have not even filed a response to the suit yet. We have until june 17.�?� in the meantime no one is going anywhere he said. Mariemont chief Calls it quits on june 20, chief Donald l. Shanks of the Mariemont police department will leave his office for the last time. He is retiring after a 38-year career of service to the Village. Shanks will join the Law firm of White Getgey and Meyer co., la in it. Auburn As an investigator. Shanks began his career in the Village on March 1, 1949. Five years later he became chief. Under Liis administration the police department has expanded from seven officers to nine said it. Robert Dellbrugge who was hired by Shanks in april 1965. Shanks has also worked to continually update the departments equipment he said. A for instance we have newer automobiles and two have radar built into a Shanks is one of the greatest Guys in be Ever worked for. He is a very understanding and compassionate Man a Dellbrugge continued. The chief tendered his resignation May 20 to the mayor of Mariemont Richard Adams. A i accept his resignation with a deep sense of loss for the Village of mane ont a Adams said. A but i am pleased that chief Shanks is Hale Hearty and looking Forward to the Days a the approximate 38 years of Shanks service in Law enforcement provided Mariemont with a remarkable experienced individual a Adams continued. A today those years of experience As an employee Are As uncommon As the Man a everyone associated with the Village of Mariemont wish Donald l. Shanks the Best As he concludes his exceptional career a the mayor ended. Shanks is the past president of the Hamilton county police association and a member of the Ohio association of police chiefs. He is also Well known for his work in the a police Calls series that aired every sunday morning for 13 years on Wco to. Your Index Beverly Nye classified. De rothenborg.-------------------------. police reports. sports. Viewpoints. .b1 As b2 .b8as a2 a3 of 19 Cincinnati suburban press newspapers

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