Eastern Hills Journal Press in Cincinnati, Ohio
27 May 1987

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27 May 1987

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Eastern Hills Journal Press (Newspaper) - May 27, 1987, Cincinnati, OhioEoj35 cents it k la a u o a a it t u or off in o Jyh t m oct i r a it of o a v it. 5 a a x a a it m m d. Al in x n o a i Cincinnati suburban Para inc. Set trl it radar vat vol. 53, no. 18 two sections 16 pages wednesday May 27,1987 in a we re proud of Lisa Wuest a Sophomore at Marie Mont High school placed third in the English speaking unions Shakespeare Competition at Edge Cliff College on May 2. She made it to the final round of the oratorical contest with her dramatic interpretation of Juliet a Balcony speech to Romeo and her interpretation of Shakespeare so sonnet 29.�?� Wuest was coached by Cathy Rosenberg director of theater at Mariemont High school. A Colleen Marie Steffen a ninth grader at st. Henry school in Elsmere ky., won a $200 first prize in a National science fiction Short Story contest sponsored by the Edison electric Institute. More than 700 entries were received in the third annual Competition. Steffens a dream song describes a world in which a Young woman is charged with preserving the Only two Birds left on Earth. This May help a staying heathy it Fere it the new red Cross after 50�?� course is being offered at the Hyde Park Bethlehem methodist Church Hyde Park Avenue at Madison Road. The class will meet from 1 to 3 . On mondays and thursdays beginning june 1 and will run for five weeks materials fee is $15 per person or $25 per married couple. Call the red Cross at 579-3080 weekdays for registration and information swimming season is Here again and the Cincinnati red Cross wants to make sure everyone has a Safe and enjoyable summer at their Pool. The red Cross will Send upon request a free backyard Pool safety brochure which includes safety tips and instructions on assembling simple and inexpensive Rescue equipment. Red Cross will also provide framed water safety instructors to teach Basic water safety to group of at least 15 people at private residences or at apartment complexes. There is a $25 fee per group tor this special instruction. For More information on any of these services Call the Cincinnati red Cross at 579-3080 weekdays Between 8 30 . And 4 30 . A Home builders a nationally recognized program for professionals who work with families is offering a one Day seminar june 5. The program is sponsored by the Aring Institute of Beech acres the Hamilton county department of human services and children a protective services. The fee is $29 if paid by May 29. For More information and registration Call Carol Hanrahan at 231-6630. A the Hamilton county Park District is offering the summer naturalist program at Withrow nature preserve on five mile Road. The program gives children the Chance to learn about nature through a hands on activities including hikes and crafts. The fee for each four Day session is $22. Registration which will be by mail Only must be in by May 30. Send name address phone number Grade completed name of Parent of guardian to Hamilton county Park District summer naturalists 1586 covered Bridge rd., Cincinnati 45231. Make checks payable to the Hamilton county Park District and marked 1987 summer naturalists. For More information Call 825-0615. You can attend the $2,000-added or. Gattis coca cola open disc Golf tournament will be june 6 and 7 at Woodland Mound Park. Open masters and women a divisions sanctioned for professional disc Golf association Points will be offered. Entry is limited to 144, and the first 100 entrants receive to shirts. The tournament begins at 9 ., and players should report by 8 45 . For More information Call Midge Erken Brecher 1288 Jeremy court Cincinnati 45240, 831-3576 or 369-7991. K. Winestock of Batavia advertised a three Wheeler in classification no. 604, motorcycles and mini bikes. She was very Happy to sell the Bike through our 19 Cincinnati suburban press newspapers. If you need advertising with Good results like this just Call our led department at 681-7777. Briefly is compiled by news editor Jack Neff Fields in for wholesale change by Theresa l. Herron staff reporter pleasant Ridge site work has begun on a project that will turn the old Dav soccer Fields into a wholesale grocery club. The Field is located adjacent to the Ridge facility of the National Institute of occupational safety and health nos which owned the site. A local development firm Ridge station partnership bought the Ola Dav disabled american veterans Field from nosh and is preparing to build a facility to House Price savers wholesale club inc. Price savers is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Kroger co. And representatives from both companies were on hand at the May 19 meeting of the plea Sant Ridge Community Council. Kroger officials stressed that they do not own the land nor will they own the 100,000-Square-foot building once it is built. The development company approached the Kroger co., which referred the offer to their subsidiary Price savers. A lease was signed to occupy the building 30 Days see Fields a8 from Russia with love Michael Connor press staff the love of Good Art is Universal nativity school students have discovered. The schools faculty and students Are sponsoring an exhibit of children Sart from the soviet Union. Here third graders Robbie Schuler and Alisha Trammel observe the work by their russian Peers. Life on fast Lane irks residents by Bonnie Winters staff reporter Fairfax residents living on or near Watterson Avenue Are concerned about pedestrian safety on the Street. Eighteen of them attended last weeks Fairfax Council meeting to address Council and police chief Dan Chilton. Wanda Littiken who lives at the Corner of elder and Watterson said neighbors were especially concerned about the school children a safety. She said Drivers Speed through the intersections disregard Stop and Speed limit signs and sometimes ignore the crossing guard near the school. A thirty percent of the people or More Are residents who run the Stop sign a said Littiken. A Harvey and i sit on our porch and make bets about who is going to get Hurt next or who will or wont Stop at the Watterson residents Deni Fisher and Cathy to Eyer presented Council with a petition containing 119 names of residents who Felt something should be done about the Street. A a in be seen the crossing guard actually leap out of the Way of a speeding car a said Eyer. Fisher addressed Council and Chilton presenting a proposal that suggested More visible signs and crosswalk radar enforcement uniformed crossing guards randomly scheduled non visible patrol personnel and a four Way Stop sign. Chilton responded by saying the area has already been under scrutiny and new signs were on order. A when i reviewed the Case i found there has actually been no Auto or pedestrian accidents there in five years a said Chilton. A however we would rather be Safe than sorry and Are giving special attention to this Chilton said radar is being used and a 25 mph sign has been placed on the lower Hill of Watterson. He said a marked car will also be sitting near Watterson and elder so Drivers will get used to obeying traffic Laws there. Chilton said the idea of installing a traffic Light May be premature and feels the precautions being taken now May be adequate. A resident who suggested better visibility by allowing Only one Side of the Street parking received resounding support from safety committee chairman Ted Shannon. A a we be tried to do that for some time a said Shannon. A i know the fire department would support that idea but the last time we brought up one Side parking residents had after a Long discussion among residents Chilton and Council members Fisher said she would meet with residents again and approach Shannon and the safety committee to discuss the Issue in More detail. Fisher said her group would also attend the next Council meeting. Teachers palette has taste for life by Bonnie Winters staff reporter Marsha Clarke was helping her students get ready for a school Art show. She asked the students to draw portraits of or. Lee Etta Powell superintendent of Cincinnati Public schools. A this is our Way of saying a Welcome a a Clarke told the students. This was not an unusual assignment for Clarkes students. A you certainly have to relate the Art to the students lives for them to understand it a said Clarke. A we talk about their own faces and How to mix colors so that the paintings really look like their skin. I also emphasize the importance of communications and the students Bonne Winters press staff officials Bounce ideas on soccer site local soccer officials in pleasant Ridge and the Cincinnati recreation commission have been scrambling to find new soccer Fields now that the Community will no longer have the use of the Dav Fields next to nosh. The land is now owned by a local development company Ridge station partnership. The company is Clearing the land for a building which is under lease by Price savers wholesale club inc., a subsidiary of the Kroger co. Local residents voiced Strong opposition to the development at the May 19 meeting of the pleasant Ridge Community Council. The arc estimates that 800 children use the Fields every week to practice soccer. It is also the Only local Field Good for youths Between the Ages of 15 and 17 to play baseball. James Meltire director of Public affairs for Kroger co., said Kroger is aware of the recreational Impact on the pleasant Ridge Community with the loss of these Fields. A we Are trying to work cooperatively with the local residents and arc to find a solution a he said. The Basic problem is that there is not a lot of other open acreage available in the immediate area for new soccer Fields. Please see soccer a8 Withrow gets Back to nature by Theresa l. Herron staff reporter dedication of the new Withrow High school nature preserve will be held m conjunction with the Spring open the nature preserve resulted from the work of the friends of Withrow Lead by Monica Nolan. The group helps beautify the Campus. Through her efforts several damaged and dead Trees have been Cut Down on the Campus along Madison Road said Gary Vale coordinating teacher for special programs. A was the area was being cleared of weeds 26 different varieties of wildflowers were found growing in this 1-acre a so plans proceed to construct a pathway through this area with Wood chips and make other plantings of new frees and wildflowers he continued. With the preserve Withrow will be the Only High school in the Cincinnati Public school system with a wildlife and nature preserve on its Campus. The Cincinnati Board of education paid for the cutting Down of the old Trees and the rest of the funds needed to establish the nature preserve is being provided by the friends of Withrow Vale said. Several departments of the school Are getting involved in the act too he said. The carpentry class taught by Ken Shirtz is building several benches to be placed along the path in the preserve. Please see nature a8 please see Clarke Marsha Clarke explains How to mix colors to one of her Art classes at Peoples Middle school. Beverly Nye. .81 churches. Classified. .,.b2 .t-------.________________as. De Rothenberg. As engagements. .a7 meetings. Police reports. A a sports. .a4 viewpoints. .a6 phone 528-1111 circulation. Display ads phone 881-9471 classified ads. Phone 681-7777

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