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Eastern Hills Journal Press (Newspaper) - June 10, 1987, Cincinnati, Ohio35 cents by crho o a la m a it k it it Vij a w 0 a of i to i it c d o j r o 0 u 1 Cunet Wii Solh imn my a ref my Many vol. 53, no. 20 two sections 18 pages wednesday june 10,1987 v this May help got a Bee in your Bonnet or worse still a swarm of the treacherous Wing re j h saw your f the your Yar just make a beeline and dial 1800-282-1955. Accor to the office of state rep. Jac de ones settling into your Yard done to panic just make a beeline to your Quelyn of Brien the Apiary Section of the Ohio department of agriculture can refer you to a beekeeper in your area who can take the buggers off your hands and keep them away from other appendages too. Can you help the Hamilton county special of pics celebrity Gold Outing will be june 15 at Jack Nichlaus Golf Center. There will be a Shotgun Start at 11 . On the Grizzley course and at 1 . On the Bruin course. Celebrities include Lance Mehl Boomer Esiason of Mariemont and bengals Fame Gene Upshaw Mark Van Eagan Max Montoya Phil via piano Ted Kluszewski Ken Anderson Mike Baab Rich Karliss and Jim Rourke. A dinner auction and raffle will be held at 7 . Following the Golf Outing. Bill Cunningham wow radio we a emcee the evenings festivities. Other area residents involved in special olympics Are mrs. Richard Robinson Barbie or. John Haering or. Mark Watson mrs. Robert Huenefeld Marie mrs. . Williams or. Judy. A the cerebral palsy services Center will be one of the More than 75 groups participating in the annual Charity fair at Beechmont mall on june 19 and 20 from 10 . To 6 . Cerebral palsy is a non profit organization and through cooperative efforts in the membership raises Money for the Agency. Money made by Selling Craft items at the Charity fair will contribute to the goals. You can attend Eric Kunzel and the Cincinnati symphony orchestra Are again teaming up for the orchestras concert in the Park series which comes to Woodland Mound Park june 14. A sept. 4 performance is planned for Ault Park. The concerts begin at 8 . We re proud of several Mariemont High school students have turned in spectacular results on Ohio a tests of Scholastic achievement. Final results of the 1987 testing program have now been announced and those results show that the Mariemont physics team of Steve Meyers and Seth Rogers took first place statewide in division i. Individually Steve and Seth tied for fifth place among All students. Also in physics Julie Cooper and Gus Hoffman tied for fourth place statewide among division he students. Scott a Temethy Andrea Beck and Jennifer Woods All received statewide honorable mention in physics. The chemistry team of Kelly Vanoli and fran Cooper took second place statewide among division in schools with Kelly finishing second place individually regardless of school size among All 1445 students who took the chemistry test statewide and fran adding a 14 place finish among All division m students. Other statewide division i rankings were achieved by Lee Ann Kiser who placed 20 in ninth Grade English and Caroline Greiner who received honorable mention in 11 Grade English. Wendy Dorn a st. Ursula Academy senior travelled to Washington . On an All expense paid trip to the National american booksellers association convention May 23, where she received the first instalment of a $5,000 scholarship she won in the third annual nation scholarship program sponsored by lit tie professor Book centers. A briefly is compiled by news editor Jack Nef Clearing All closets garage sales get results As mrs. Fitzgerald of Montgomery can attest. She advertised and sold her items in suburban classifieds. Why done to you join More than 30 others and advertise your Sale this week by calling 681-7777. Developer outlines Plaza plans by Thor tit l. Herron staff reporter _ representatives from the company that Hopes to buy and renovate the Hyde Park Plaza appeared before the Oakley residents association Ora june 2. Members generally agreed the renovations would be an improvement but they were concerned about the continued availability of parking for the neighbouring bal Fields. During the summer All three Ball diamonds Are Busy. People have gotten used to parking in a lot right next to the Fields. However this is the lot where the expansion of the Plaza will take place. Andrew Hauck president of vested management inc., the company negotiating to Purchase the Plaza said this problem will be looked at. Quot of course if the parking space is available a he said. A the residents going to the Wallfield will be Able to use the Hauck said there Are other pieces of King lot space behind the existing iding that could be used for parking Quot we want to work with the neighbourhoods and we wifi look at this they will also be asking for More input later. The Developer mentioned that besides the exterior renovations and the expand an they Are looking into providing some sort of transportation for shoppers to get from one end of the Plaza to the other. Quot this will be a service provided by the merchants association so it will be free to the shopper a he said. There Are also plans to control problems with shopping carts poor traffic movement and Entrance a d exit from the Center. Quot we will leave the traffic Light on Paxton but we will reposition the Entrance to better facilitate entrances and exits a Hauck continued. More landscaping will be added to soften the Concrete look of the Center he added. Vested management inc. Is expected to take Possession of the Center on june 30. When this happens they will begin within the next six months on the exterior renovations. They expect to begin the expansion next Spring and it will be completed next fall. Hap a says protests More froth than fact by Theresa l Herron staff reporter owners of Hap a Irish pub say they Are getting undeserved criticism from neighbors. Hap a Irish pub has been open for More than 50 years. It is a neighbourhood bar where local patrons walk in for a brew and some conversation. Recently the bar has come under considerable fire for alleged loud music and general disregard for the neighbourhood and neighbors. Residents have complained about loud music coming from the bar now that the rear doors Are open to the new deck. They Are also complaining that the music continues Long after Midnight even during the weekend. The bar was sold on june 5, 1985 to Catherine Tepe and Richard Kemper. They and bar manager is Kevin Veeneman say that they have consistently tried to Correct problems the neighbors have problems with. Quot we sat Down with one individual Here at the bar. He first started complaining one year ago. He asked us to keep the doors shut. And we did a said Veeneman. However this neighbor Richard Migchelbrink 3614 Amberson eventually started a petition drive to make precinct 4-b of Cincin that would mean Hap a sell liquor. Migchelbrink says the problems Haven to been corrected. And the Hyde Park neighbourhood Council has backed his petition drive. Cincinnati dry move since purchasing the bar the owners have made several capital improvements. First the deck was added in time for the 1986 st. Patrick a Day Celebration. Before the deck was built however the owners say they had to clean up accumulated trash in the rear of the building. The trash was so bad it Drew rats the bar manager said. Second the Interior of the bar was cleaned painted and dressed up a bit the bar manager said. A your business is up 25 percent and we Are proud of that fact. The owners invested a lot of Money and they Hope to do More a he continued. Kemper said new awnings for the front of the bar have been selected and other improvements Are on the drawing Board. However since the complaints have begun these improvements will stay on the drawing Hoard Kemper said. Quot we done to want to invest in the improvements when we Are not sure what will the owners and Veeneman Are aware that Migchelbrink is circulating a petition around the neighbourhood in protest to the bar. Please see Hap Sall Man 76, held in stabbing Vear old was stabbed to death with a knife june 2, allegedly by a 76-year-old Man who lives in the same apartment building according to police. Delores Parks 6020 Sierra st., no. 4, was found dead by Cincinnati police after she was stabbed in the Chest allegedly by Moses Miller 6020 Sierra st., no. 2. The murder took place at 1 30 . In Millers apartment. Sgt. John Jay Cincinnati homicide squad said the two had been involved in an altercation when Miller stabbed Parks. Miller was charged with voluntary manslaughter and is. Hamilton county Justice Center. Being held in the Tice cent i. A j al v a r it make Way below i v a Michael Connor press staff five year old jus tin Fritz takes a Quick slide at one of his favorite play areas. The Oakley Community Center will need plenty of room to grow judging from the number of youngsters taking advantage of the facilities on this sunny afternoon at the after so Hool program last week. A Smittie to get red White amp Blue tribute George g. Smith Flag Day june 14 is the perfect Date for a red White and Blue dedication of the Quot Smittie concert Green in Ault Park. Ceremonies Are planned for 1 . In the East end of the concert Green where Smittie played numerous concerts. George g. Quot Smittie Smiths 30-plus years As a fourth generation bandmaster made him Well known and beloved by Cincinnat ians. He directed his own Smittie a band the syrian Temple concert band and was music director at Withrow High school for 30 years. At the Ault Park dedication Thelma Smith Smittie a wife will unveil the plaque on the East Garden Wall. The unveiling will follow mayor Charles Lukens proclamation of june 14 As Quot Smittie Day in the honorable Raymond Shannon will be keynote speaker. A balloon release and syrian Temple concert band selections Are also part of the festivities. Since Smittie a death on july 3, 1985, a group of Cincinnat ians has worked to raise funds for the memorial Green. More than $16,000 has been raised to Date. Funds have have been used to Plant 32 Armstrong Maple Trees replacing diseased Oak Trees in the Park. New electric service for audio equipment and lighting will also be installed. Also on the june 14 Agenda is a rededication Brunch in the Park at 11 30 ., sponsored by the Hyde Park neighbourhood Council. Following the Smittie dedication from 2 to 4 ., Garden Tours with adopt a plot gardeners and local gardening experts will be conducted. Garden experts will be on hand to answer questions. An ice Cream social and Croquette in the gardens will round out the festivities. St. Moritz ice Cream is donating the profits from the social to the gardens. Joan Bodenberg Public relations person for the event said All events Are open to the Public. For further information Call Bob Mckeever at 791-0500. Mar elders out to smash stereotypes your Index by Bonnet Winters staff reporter the brochure for the mar elders inc. States 1 thanks to executive director Barbara r. Anderson Quot forget stereotypes could be added to the fist. Quot there is a bad image out there of what growing older is All about a said Anderson. Quot so we do what we can to blow it to located in the old Dale Park elementary school building in Mariemont the mar elders Center is a Hub of activity for senior citizens. In addition to activities such As potluck dinners and knitting classes the members participate in Quot Movin to music fitness classes 2-mile walks and breakfast Cook outs. Anderson is also instrumental in planning special events such As the four Day Whitewater raft trip coming up in the fall. Quot in a really a Facilitator a said Anderson. Quot these folks Are adults who got this far without my help. In a just trying to offer activities that they did no to get to do when they were younger. Elderly people Are willing to learn. For instance we break Down the myths about fitness. My message is if you done to move it you lose around Psi Ziemont Anderson is known As one of the residents who Quot moves it. She has contributed a lot to the Community she has lived in for 46 years. In 1986, the Village Council honoured her As Quot citizen of the year. A please see smash All anniversaries. Beverly Nye births. churches _ or. Joe felix.,. De Rothenberg. Engagements in the service. Meetings not beat. Police reports. Schools. Sports. Viewpoints As ,a2 As a9 f one of the family o�19 Cincinnati suburban press newspapers
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