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Hilltop News Press (Newspaper) - May 10, 1989, Cincinnati, OhioThe boys planted Leader Cindy Doit Etc no j it u a a h / hip 35 cants m o 7 n o o suburban prs inc Ini wednesday May 10 1989 two sections 30 pages 18 vol 71 no briefly you can attend Finneytown �?T69 Finneytown High schools class of 1969 will have its 20-year reunion july 1. For information please Contact Janet at 874-0783. Mcaulley �?T64 the Mcauley High school class of 1964 is planning its 25-year reunion june 30. It is not too late to make reservations they say so Call Liz Greninger Smith at 741-3162 for More inform Ion. Y fleas Powel Crosley or. Myca 9601 Winton Hoad is currently renting spaces for its third annual Flea Market. The Flea Market will he saturday june 10, from 9 . To 3 . Spaces will be $10 each and will be set up in the gymnasium and the Clu rooms. For More information Call the if at 521-7112. We re proud of conservation the cub scouts of Den no. 1, pack 609, completed their conservation award april 24 through a service project Flowers and Den Douglas painted the Bench in front of the. Flowers on the playground of Whitaker school. Some parents also helped the boys earned their award. A pop times la Salle High school presents a an evening at the pops a my May 13 and 14 at 8 . In the school auditorium. Reserved seats Are $3.50 for adults $2.50 for students and can be purchased by calling 741-3001. All remaining tickets will be on Sale at the door. There Are Only 320 seats available for each performance. Official rezone a Public hearing May 22 will give North College Hill residents a Chance to voice their opinion about rezoning the Bobers property at Banning and pippin roads. Annexed last year from Colerain township the 20.347 acres of land has retained residential zoning. City Council passed first Reading of the ordinance to change it to planned business office and retail at its May 1 meeting. Second Reading of the ordinance is planned for May 15. The Public hearing will precede the 8 my staff last 8b Margaret Mary Fields at the teams Road. Of conc the part Knothole Public hearing w Council meeting other action in other action May 1, Council discussed but took no action to change its formal sign in requirement for citizens wanting to address Council. Be arts amp kids St. Vivians school students and some senior citizens got to know each other a Little hit april 21 d by t through a program presented by the arts amp humanities resource Center. During the company of taught fifth up no or i hip during the program the ensemble of the Cincinnati opera and sixth graders and sector citizens the song a getting to know you from the musical the King and the program was one of Many the ecco performs throughout greater Quot h briefly is comped by news editor Gary Presle Glenview annexation Battle set by Mike Boehmer staff reporter attorneys for Springdale s township and Cincinnati were to tee off today at a hearing to determine Glenview Golf courses Home town. Seven township residents in March filed a petition asking that their land and the neighbouring course be annexed by Springdale. They wanted to get better City services and protect the course from improper development. The move has pitted Springdale against Springfield township and Cincinnati which owns the course located in the township. Some observers anticipated a hotly contested hearing before the Hamilton county commissioners. The commissioners were expected to consider today s arguments for awhile before deciding if they should Grant the annexation. A we will oppose it primarily because we Are satisfied at this pint in time to be in Springfield township a a said Ron Chase director of the Cincinnati recreation commission. The commission and Cincinnati City Council have gone on record As opposing the annexation added James Ginocchio assistant City solicitor for Cincinnati Frank Weikel chairman of the Springfield township trustees said the township has been working with Cincinnati to prepare a Case against annexation. Chase described 18-Hole Glenview As the a Crown jewel in our Golf golfers play 80,000 rounds at the a year at the course he said. Signs at Glenview a entrances describe it As a one of americans top Public courses and note that the 1987 . Amateurs Public coif championship was played there. Springdale a has nothing to offer that we Arentt getting now a Ginocchio said. A the biggest reason for opposing annexation is there is nothing in. It for Cincinnati and Springfield township officials said Springdale could slap a 3percent amusement tax on the course. The tax which would generate $15,000 a year could be passed onto golfers through higher greens fees Ginocchio said. The officials Are a deeply concerned that Springdale could take the course through eminent Domain Chase said. Kenneth Schneider Springdale a Law director said Springdale does not intend to take Over the course. Please see Battle a17 it. Healthy a Neidhard Dies now you can get More for your to funeral services were held today May 10, for the Man known As a the Goodwill am lord of it. Healthy. Joe Neidhard 60, died May 2 of a heart attack. Known for his. Generosity and Community spirit Neidhard was going to be honoured by the knights of Columbus Madonna Council 3891 As citizen of the year May Neidhard was named the outstanding citizen of it. Healthy during the annual heritage Days Celebration. A Joe was a great supporter of the Community not Only the business Community but the Community in general a said it. Healthy business association president Roger Roettele. A a he will be Beverly missed for that support. He was a Man who gave to the Community much More than he Neidhard was bom and raised in it. Healthy. He graduated from it. Healthy High school and attended St. Xavier University. He began working in the family 13. In 1981, business Neidhard funeral Home Joesph Neidhard Hamilton ave., at the age 16 and took Over As business manager in 1967. He was a member of the knights of Columbus Madonna Council 3891, past commander of Wesley Werner Post 513 of the american legion it. Healthy eagles 2193, Charles Gailey Post 7340, vow it. Healthy business association Catholic Kopping society it. Healthy alumni association charter member of the it. Healthy life squad former Volunteer of the fire department and past chairman of the Church Assumption festival. Money in the next our Carrier will collecting for your Community newspaper. When you pay your $1.25, you will receive a Coupon entitling you to $1 off a medium or $1.50 off a Large pizza hut pizza. Also you will receive a Coupon Worth $1.25 off a classified liner and. These cumulated for a this month we a seven to 10 Jason Baker can be a line Rad. Salute Jason Baker please see Neidhard a19 for being an outstanding Carrier of the month. Jason delivers on Chelmsford Cranford and Carlsbad. Course teaches kids How to babysit better by held Fallon staff reporter finding a Topnotch Babysitter is every mothers dream. Hiring an irresponsible one is every parents Nightmare. Moms and dads can breathe a bit easier if they leave their children with a Babysitter trained and certified by jewish Hospital. Whitaker elementary sixth graders completed the eight hour course last week. About 50 Finneytown students spent two Days learning health and safety techniques from Gail Melrose Carol Mcconn mar Kamp All registered nurses and of thy Walston a nurse and respiratory therapist. A lots of kids this age have younger Brothers and Sisters they re responsible for a Meirose said. A a it a a Good idea to give them As much knowledge and Confidence As please see How to a17 George Michaels learns How to breathing. Heidi Fallon press staff an infant who has choked or stopped Ilac fan a a All .a13 1 j it a it 1 it. A / / Mcauley wears target As softball tourney 7 opens to

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