Eastern Hills Journal Press in Cincinnati, Ohio 13 May 1987
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Eastern Hills Journal Press (Newspaper) - May 13, 1987, Cincinnati, OhioStem Hills journal press t Fairfax Hyde Park Madison place Medico Numic Mariemont my. Lookout Oakley pleasant rids Terrace Park Eri 35 �it�7, suburban a a a a the a Artimi fiume vol. 53, no. 16 two sections 16 pages wednesday May 13, 1987efly the Oakley residents association has announced that Oakley will hold a neighbourhood wide Yard Sale june 13. They Are urging everyone to join in the fun and get a couple of neighbors together to have sales on each Street. This will be the fourth year of the Sale. Those interested should Call Harriett Hancock 531-8782. For More information at the pleasant Ridge Community Council will discuss the Impact of a new Kroger facility being built next to the nosh offices on Ridge Avenue at the regular Council meeting May 19 at 7 30 . At the pleasant Ridge. Recreation Center. Some residents Are concerned about the loss of soccer and baseball Fields that would result from the project and the effects of increased traffic and traffic control systems on Ridge Avenue. Officials of Kroger Hamilton county Columbia township Cincinnati recreation commission Cincinnati traffic engineering department and Kennedy Heights Community Council have been invited to make presentations. Roxanne Qualls candidate for Council will speak on environmental issues concerning pleasant Ridge. If Oil can attend Mariemont players will present the Cincinati premiere of a the Middle Ages a a new comedy by a. R. Gurney for nine performances beginning May 15 at the Walton Creek theater 4101 Walton Creek re. And continuing through May 31. Performances Are Friday and saturday evenings at 8 . And sunday evening at 7 . Tickets Are $6 and can be reserved by calling 831-3217. The Mary Leonard ran gallery 3668 Erie ave., is having a show and Sale of original works by Susan Goldman from june 5 to july 3. The gallery is open 10 . To 5 . Monday through Friday and 10 . To 3 . On saturday. A \ the Miller gallery 2715 Erie ave., Hyde Park Square will feature poured paper compositions by Washington artist Jan Cook Mack and cast Bronze sculpture by israeli artist Itzik Ben shalom from May 16 to june 6. Hours Are monday through Friday 10 . To 5 . You can join the Mariemont kiwanis club following the annual memorial Day Parade for Coffee doughnuts juice and a pleasant time May 25 at the Mariemont Community Church parking lot. Donations Are $1 for adults 50 cents for children. Proceeds help support kiwanis Community services. Can Yos help j. B. Wim Berie will be the site1 of the gourmet undue benefiting the Hyde Park neighbourhood Council and the race Hyde Park Center for older adults. Tickets Are $25 each $40 for tyo. If you did not receive an invitation in the mail Stop at the desk and pick one up. Reservations Are due by May 9. We re proud of the Rev. Or. Compton Allen of Hyde Park has been elected to the Board of the Cincinnati historical society. Allen is a professor of marketing at Northern Kentucky University a College of business. This and worked our and Pic by calling 681-7777 a briefly is compiled by news editor Jack Neff or. Stanley e. Heeden professor of biology at Xavier University has been named the new Dean of the College of arts and sciences at Xavier effective july i. Heeden lives with Bis wife and two children in Hyde Park. M. Kohnen of Amelia advertised a Ford Granada for Sale in our classification no. 614, autos for Sale. M. Kohnen was very pleased with the and and sold the car response from her after her and appeared in All 19 of our Cincinnati suburban press newspapers. If you want from a a pleasing response it lace it m suburban Plaza May get new look owner by Theresa l. Herron staff reporter Hyde Park Plaza May soon expand and get a face gift if it is sold to vested management inc., which Hopes to buy the Plaza by the end of the month. American controlled industries has owned the Plaza since 1977. Vested management inc., 1109 vice st., has been negotiating with the firm for the past five months to Purchase the Plaza. A Hyde Park Plaza is the Type of Center that has a lot of Good potential and Good demographics said Andrew Hauck president. Of vested management inc. Once and if the company does take Possession of the Plaza Hauck said two phases of improvements would begin. First the exterior of the building would be remodeler. The Side of the Plaza fac ing Thrift Way food and drug store would be addressed first. Any Interior remodelling would be left up to the current tenants. A we will also begin reworking the Park lot and improve the traffic flow through the lot a Hauck continued. Then to the North Side of the building the company wants to expand the Center. Approximately 70,000 Square feet of additional retail space Michael Connor press staff Best face Forward Eddie Naberhaus 8-Yearotd Hyde Park resident lies still it while participating in the Iroquois false face dance during a Celebration of Indian culture at st. Ursula Villa school in it. Lookout last week. The North american in Dian Council Cincinnati chapter along with the Cincinnati natural history museum held the Celebration the first of its kind for this area at the it. Lookout school on Smay 2 and 3. Home opens new school site Cincinnati City Council proclaimed May 7 children a Home of Cincinnati Ohio Day. The proclamation was read to visitors at the open House for the children a Home school a new school building on the Campus of the children a Home of Cincinnati new school with fully equipped rooms for Art science computers conference tutoring and a Library said Carolyn Simon administrative associate of the Home. Either. And now we have equipped science rooms with Laboratory equipment and even a greenhouse which we did not have before a Simon said. The purpose of building the new it rally the building was finished in february and classes began feb. 2. The school at 5050 Madison re. Is used by the children who Are in the residents program at the Home which serves 46 emotionally disabled children. There Are eight classrooms in the facility was to centrally locate classrooms for better communications and class management Simon continued. A before we had seven classrooms in four different buildings. As a result it was difficult for the principal to respond quickly to help teachers a she said. A we did not have a Library before the school is affiliated with the Cincinnati Public schools which provides five teachers. During the open House the Public was Able to walk through the new facility and one of the residential cottages. A this building allows us to be More flexible in our program As Well a Simon said. A we have wanted to develop a Community spirit among the children. And now we have been Madisonville Man assumes Many roles inside and outside theater by Bonnie Winters staff reporter Joe Zureick is a Man of Many talents. The Madisonville residents resume reads like that of a modern Renaissance Man. His list of jobs includes radio personality actor on television and stage and baseball Umpire. He finds time for All this in addition to his full time Job at nut one where he works in the paint department. Ess a was the oldest of 12 children i the idea of work As Security was med into me a said Zureick. A even when i was a student at Mcnicholas High school i caddies Golf cleaned classrooms and helped a caretaker with his apartments to earn tuition Money. On weekends i also helped my dad who bartender at the dances at st. while Zureick said he appreciates the Security his factory Job gives him he gravitated toward his lifelong loves radio and baseball to develop his creative Side. He is an announcer on sunday mornings at Zwez. He Learned his radio skills by attending Columbia school of would be added to the Plaza All in one Story to complement the rest of the Center the president said. Joe Zureick broadcasting. After graduation he landed jobs with a number of local stations including Wco zip and Wlna. Zureick a Entrance into theater evolved from his radio work. He took an acting class at the University of Cincinnati hoping to improve his voice Hauck said the company will be seeking other upscale tenants for the new space. There would be no limit to the space available since the expansion will be divided As the tenants move in. And delivery on the acting instructor impressed with Zureick a class exercise of a taking hostilities out on a chair a suggested he audition for the play a the casting director said he needed an older gentleman with a Good voice to play a Sargeant. I was All of 31, and had been a Sargeant in Vietnam so i said Why not a since that first play Zureick has been in More than 20 theater productions including those by stage craters and tri county players. His television work evolved from the radio and theater work. Mike Gavin whom Zureick knew from radio was working with Zureick on a Mariemont players production. A we were doing this play and Gavin knew Mike tango was making a commercial and needed three criminals. I both phases expansion and exterior remodelling would Cost approximately $5 million. Ended up playing a mob Boss. I always a Idi a a a a Oakley considers rezoning by Theresa l. Herron staff reporter. The Oakley residents association met with the Oakley chamber of Commerce May 12 to discuss a proposed change in zoning along Oakley Square. The association would like to change the zoning from b2 to b3., which would fir Hibit Auto service garages from Oca fing along the Square said Blanche Kitte president of the Oakley residents association. Currently there Are three garage service businesses on the Square. If the new zoning is passed the existing garages will not have to close or relocate. However when and if these businesses Are sold the building must revert to retail or office use she continued. \ the association Board members discussed another zoning Issue at their monthly meeting May 5. The Fred d. Debra co. Has submitted plans for a new fabricating building to be built on their property on Ridge Road. There is a single family Structure along Ridge that the company will leave standing As a Buffer Between the neighbourhood and the new building. The Board members discussed the Issue and had no objections to the expansion. The Board also voted to support Cincinnati City Council in increase ii the amount of Money each Homeowner in the City pays to maintain the City a tree planting and maintenance program. Currently the tree assessment collected is 6 cents for every foot of frontage owned by a Homeowner. The City Council would like to increase that amount to 8 cents a foot. Please see Oakley a8 officers clout with . Earns award . Team is a term Many of us associate with the 1970s television show by the same name but did you know Cincinnati has the Only . Team in the country that involves a number of John Benner Law enforcement jurisdictions its True thanks partly to John d. Benner a 13-year Veteran of the Fairfax police department. The Milford resident was scheduled to be recognized May 13 by the Cincinnati chamber of Commerce receiving the contribution to Law enforcement award for his work in developing training and maintaining the team. Please s a a swat a play bad Guys a said Zureick laughing. Now How does baseball fit into All this a a in be always been crazy about baseball a said Zureick. A everybody wants to play but nobody wants to Umpire and take the abuse. Please see1 roles As Beverly Nye. B1 churches.,. A5 classified.�. B2 de Rothenberg. A7 meetings. A8 police reports.�. A2 sports. A4 viewpoints.a6 news. Phone 528-1111 circulation. Phone 542-9474 Ospray 631-9471 classified 681-7777one of the family of 19 Cincinnati suburban press newspapers /
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