Eastern Hills Journal Press in Cincinnati, Ohio
20 May 1987

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Eastern Hills Journal Press in Cincinnati, Ohio
20 May 1987

Read an issue on 20 May 1987 in Cincinnati, Ohio and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Eastern Hills Journal Press.

Browse Eastern Hills Journal Press

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 20 May 1987 Eastern Hills Journal Press in Cincinnati, Ohio. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Get started for free with a 7 day trial.

Eastern Hills Journal Press (Newspaper) - May 20, 1987, Cincinnati, Ohio35 be a Stern Hills journal fess no Fairfax Hyde Park Madison place Madisonville Mariemont it Lookout Oakley pleasant Ridge Terrace Park Mot Cammmi sub two inc a ii a Tom i vol. 53, no. 17 two sections 16 pages wednesday May 20,1967 we re proud of Wash away pub you can attend an exhibit of Marian Art at nativity school in pleasant Ridge continues through the end of May. The exhibit contains reproductions an icon Wood carving Batik original prints brass rubbings and statues from various cultures around the world. Gallery hours Are monday through Friday 9 . To 4 May help the kiwanis club of Mariemont is sponsoring its second annual Art and crafts fair As part of the annual fall festival sept. 5. Deadline for entries is july 17. All exhibits must be original Art or Craft work. The entry fee is $20, payable by Check to the kiwanis club of Mariemont and sent to the club Secretary Francis Simler 3914 Miami re. Room 206, Mariemont 45227. For More information Call Ray Brumett at 561-5996. Proceeds will go to youth and Community projects. A a a kids a say know a an anti drug Public service Campaign continues through May 23 at Beechmont mall. Anti drug literature will be available and youths anti drug posters will be displayed. A pledge Center will be in Center court for youths to sign pledges not to use you the opening night of Andrew Lloyd webbers Broadway musical cats May 26 will be the purr fact fund Raiser for the school for the creative and performing arts at Riverbend music Center. The Benefit begins at 8 30 . Tickets Are $50, $100, and $150, with All proceeds to Benefit the school. Holders of $100 and $150 tickets Are invited to an after theater cast party. For More information Call the spa Box office at 421-3474. Plans Are nearly Complete for the 50th anniversary class reunion of st. Monica Grade school. Only five class members have yet to be found. They Are Francis Mason Virginia Hund Mary Lamb Betty Roos and Marian Sandman. If you have any leads on their whereabouts Call Bob Kummer at 741-9334. This and worked w. Batchler of the Amelia area advertised an apartment for rent in our classification no. 200, apartments unfurnished. Batchler rented the apartment after the and appeared in All 19 of our Cincinnati suburban press Fairfax Cadet earns top Honor newspapers. If you want Good response from your and Call suburban classifieds at 681-7777 and let one of our Friendly advisers help you today. A briefly a is com news editor Jack be piled by k Neff a Mariemont High school graduate and Fairfax resident has earned one of the nations most prestigious awards for Roth excellence. Cadet David w. Grob received the 1987 George a Marshall award in a recent ceremony conducted by the . Army and the George c. Marshall foundation at the Virginia military Institute. Grob was one of 300 College students from across the country recognized for their excellence in military science and leadership skills. Grob represented the University of Cincinnati. According to Grobus wife a Michelle she and Grobus family and friends Are proud of his achievements in both College and in the Roth. A David has worked extremely hard and has shown himself to be an outstanding Leader. He has graduated from army air assault school adhere they Rappel out of helicopters on ropes and will graduate from . In june Magna cum your Index a Beverly Nye. B1 churches. A4 classified. B2 de Rothenberg. B8 meetings. ________a4 police reports. .�?a2 sports viewpoints. Please see Grob a8 David Grob oretftam.,. Phone display ads. Phone classified ads u phone 626-1111 542-9474 m 1-9471, 681-7777 one of the family of 19 Cincinnati suburban press newspapers or. Leon Goldman m.d., of Hyde Park has set a shining example in the Field of laser research. His efforts have earned him the 1987 William a. Friedlander award. Goldman the first physician to use lasers in the Field of Medicine was honoured at the hospitals recent annual meeting where he received a standing ovation for his contribution to laser Medicine. A a seven Hills Lotspeich school third grader Katherine Zoepfl daughter of or. And or. Alfred Zoepfl of Columbia township won. First prize in a Story contest sponsored by Cricket the National literary Magazine for children Ages 6-12. Her Story is in the magazines May Issue. Katherine Zoepfl Purcell Marian teacher Susan Staggs has been named a exemplary economics educators by the greater Cincinnati Center for economics education. A Jimmy Gherardi owner of jays restaurant in Hyde Park has been named restaurateur of the year by the greater Cincinnati restaurant association. East siders sing Cincinnati a praises by Bonnie Winters staff reporter Patty Needham a Mariemont native was anxious to sing her praises of Cincinnati. A there in Cincinnati we re living our own Way a was the first line of Needham a rendition. Needham a designer for a heating and air conditioning company who is also a disc jockey at Waif pm did not win the contest. She was however one of the interesting nine semifinalists in the a Cincinnati its the City our Way contest a Competition sponsored by warm radio station and Maxwell House Coffee at tri county mall on May 9. Contestants were asked to write songs about Cincinnati to the tune of the Maxwell House a a it a the Way song. The 10 finalists Multi talented folks from All Over the City had renditions As varied As their backgrounds Tom Steele who has lived in the City 28 years and resides in pleasant Ridge has already written and recorded several Hundred jingles. Steele who has a double career he works As a studio musician and in real estate for Hague realty said he always w anted to go to Hollywood. Unfortunately Only one finalist will compete in Hollywood. Steele along with contestants Wiley Day Orlando Lucker Tina Overbey Patricia Steiber and the others lost out to Douglas Perry. Perry a pleasant Ridge resident and commercial artist Quot of a news a spent four hours on his composition. Having spent All of his 34 Happy years As a Cincinnati resident. Perry a lyrics capture the spirit of the City a spirit which will soon whisk him off for an al expenses paid trip to Hollywood to compete in the National finals from the streets of Cincinnati to Kings Island Park its the Queen City magic the midwestern heart. Please see sing a8 by Theresa l Herron staff reporter neighbors of Hap a Irish pub 3508 Erie ave., Are concerned about noise traffic and litter they say is caused by bar patrons so concerned that Many Are signing a petition for a dry precinct. The petition must be submitted to the Hamilton county Board of elections and if petitioners get enough valid signatures voters in precinct 4-b of Cincinnati would be asked if they want their precinct to become dry. If the voters approve the referendum businesses that sell alcoholic beverages for on premises consumption would be banned from the precinct. Richard Migchelbrink 3614 Amberson lives directly behind Hap a and said patrons sit on the deck outside the bar and drink until 2 30 . Often they Are loud enough to keep him and his wife awake one a week night he said. Don Stange a neighbor a few doors Down said he has been awakened before by noise coming directly from the deck area of the bar. Both men voiced their concerns at the May 12 Hyde Park neighbourhood Council meeting the Council voted to endorse their a petition drive on May 5,.migchelbri no sat Down with bar a owners Richard Kemper and Willi am Tepe by Theresa l. Herron staff reporter one week after the Oakley residents association Ora voted to recommend a zoning change for Oakley Square from b-4 to b-3, the Oakley chamber of Commerce has also voted to support the change. The essence of the change fes to do with the degree of business use allowed on the Square said Leon a. Meyer administrator of land use and zoning for the Cincinnati City planning department. The chamber voted 9-1 to recommend the zoning change to the Cincinnati City Council. The Square is zoned primarily b-4 now he continued. This zoning allows for the most general land use including automotive services warehouses and storage facilities laboratories Industrial uses As Well As the retail showrooms Trade businesses and other general uses. The b-3 zoning is a Little More restrictive allowing Only residential uses eating and it drinking places storage and distribution facilities and other office and research buildings. The major difference for Oakley Square Between the two zoning classifications is the restriction on the automotive service businesses. The Ora believes the Square should be More pedestrian oriented and automotive businesses do not lend themselves to a pedestrian area. John Heilman chairman of the Ora planning committee passed along the comments of the Ora members. A we feel this is a Good idea. However we done to think it is Worth a serious division in the Community. We Are talking about the business District and you Are the business the existing Auto service businesses on the Square will be a a grandfathered into the new zoning if approved. These facilities can be sold As an existing business however they cannot be rebuilt if the building Burns or is destroyed said Meyer. The City planning staff could have recommended a b-2 zoning which is even More restrictive. Most of Hyde Park Square and the it. Lookout Square Are zoned b-2, he continued. However b-3 seemed like a Good Compromise. The Oakley Community Urban redevelopment corp. Curc president Jon Doucleff said his organization opposes the zone change because of the limitations it puts on the 20th Century theater which they Are trying to find an operator for. A there is a potential problem there. We May not be Able to Contact an operator who would conform to the zoning. We done to want the limitations. We done to feel the zone change would be a Wise move to make because of Community development a he said. Meyer questioned Doucleff a i done to think there is a business allowed by b-4 zoning that you would want in that Doucleff said an athletic facility medical clinic facility or a Large bakery would not be allowed in the building under b-3 zoning. Chamber supports new Oakley zoning Bent humor Jenny Glen of Hyde Park pulled a a stupid human trick a at the funny Bene comedy club in Montgomery last week. Her trick which involved clasping her hands behind her Back and then pulling them Over her head without letting go earned her third place in the a stupid human tricks Competition. The Winner gets to appear on an upcoming David Letterman show spot. To talk about the problems. A we know there is a petition being circulated a Kemper said a so we sat Down with the party involved and we will help him. He said noise is the biggest problem. We have agreed to keep the Back doors of the bar shut and patrol the Back lot of the building a the deck has a 7-foot High Fence around it to help shield the neighbors a Kemper said. A there is no loud noise out there. There is no live entertainment out there. The deck is simply for people who want to sit and Converse. A we abide by All the rules and regulations and Are trying to work with the Migchelbrink and other residents still believe there is a problem however and continue circulating the petitions. To place the Issue on the november ballot 113 registered voters must sign the petitions which already have 100 signatures. A Many people believe they have seen an increase in the amount of traffic and general litter on the streets a Migchelbrink said. A they can to say for sure it comes from the bar however but that is the Assumption Many Are making. A people Are also talking about the general difference in the neighbourhood since the bar was sold to the new please see dry a8

Search All Newspapers in Cincinnati, Ohio

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Eastern Hills Journal Press Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Eastern Hills Journal Press?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection

NewspaperArchive FAQs

Looking for more information? If you’re not ready to talk to a representative, here are some frequently asked questions to help you determine if institutional access to Newspaper Archive is for you and your institution.

Newspapers allow readers to step into the life and times of past decades and centuries from all over the world. Not only do they have interesting and unique articles and photos, but they also have advertisements, comics, classifieds, and more.
The NewspaperArchive collection can be searched several different ways - advanced search, browse, and publications. The advanced search offers filters to narrow your search for more precise results.
NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!