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Eastern Hills Journal Press (Newspaper) - February 20, 1991, Cincinnati, OhioIt a to us o ltd a a a co pm it co .1 let 4 i c u c a a i x. X 4 go a c3 Youj. A x i it in ltd it o m 3c a or Jef of Quot o co a a a a to a x Quot it us o u smart it Ecial Section having advice b1eastern Hills journal press a he vol. 56, no. 2 two sections 18 pages wednesday february 20, 1991 �1991, press Community newspapers Alt rights reserved 35 is co per serving Fairfax Hyde Park Madison place Madison Viii. Mariemont it. Lookout Oakley amp Tenace Park briefly by news editor Nancy o Connor 745-0077 Kinder velt Bunny luncheon March 23 Kinder velt #3 of Hyde Park will hold its third annual easter Bunny luncheon March 23 at Kilgour elementary school on Herschel Avenue entertainment will be provided by the Wayne Martin puppets. The puppet show will Start promptly at 11 30 Start . The easter Bunny promises to Stop by before and during the luncheon for pictures with the kids and to Lead the Bunny hop. There will also be door Penzes. Tickets Are $5 for kids and moms and May be purchased from Kinder velt members or you May Call Janet Geeding at 871-2285 or Sara Nelson at 321-8920. All proceeds from this event will be donated to the children a Hospital medical Center for the new trauma unit. Heart volunteers collecting sunday a this sunday feb. 24, Mure than 15,000 volunteers will be calling on their neighbors to collect contributions tor the american heart association and distribute heart health information. The Money raised will be used to fund the american heart associations heart health education programs and medical research projects. The volunteers will be collecting through March 7. If you Are nut contacted by a Volunteer and would like to make a contribution checks can be sent to the heart sunday Campaign american heart association 2936 Vernon place Cincinnati 45219. Metro routes to be changed beginning March 3, nearing half of metros routes undergo minor adjustments to existing time schedules or destinations served. One major change affects route 25, it. Lookout Sun run which provides weekday express service directly to and from downtown Cincinnati. As of March 3, route 25 will he extended on marburg and Brotherton avenues to serve Oakley. Also service to the Victoria Paxton Loop on route rated because 25 will be eliminate this area is already being served More efficiently by 80 Madison routes 51, 69 and 80 mat Ville sur run. The routing revisions will not affect the route 25 time schedule. Other metro changes include 3/4, Kenwood Montgomery 11, Madison Viii 16, Spring Grove Winton Hills combined Clifton 17, it. Healthy Northgate 17, Groesbeck College Hill 18, fir Shade Northgate is Northgate seven Hills 20, Forest Park 23, tri county Sun run 33, Glenway Avenue services 43. For More information Call the Metrocenter at 621-4455. A walled a to boy zen Feis few a a fen he ltd a ml1 was we to and told us me Dorsai a a had to mss is it Amonaa. Hatha and again in Verl hot my in a Wirs can a too. Brakes put on Bike path by William a. Rodger contributor the delay is not binding. Terrace Park the bicycle hiking path proposed for ter a Park is c id for now say race Parx is on Village officials. The Ohio department of natural resources has bowed to the wishes of local residents who done to want the Trail paved. Of or says it will hold off for at least three to four years but May reconsider after that. However and the state maintains All of its Legal rights to pave should it see fit said Phil Miller an Oder outdoor recreation official. At the Terrace Park Village Council meeting feb. 12, councilman John Prues presented an update on the status of the Little Miami bicycle Trail. The first two phases of the Trail development should be Complete by june linking Milford Loveland and Morrow with a single Trail said Prues who talked with Oder officials. The state also revealed that Terrace Parks disapproval of the project two years ago has caused the state to focus further construction on Points North of Morrow through Xenia and Springfield and into Greene county said Prues. The second phase of construction was originally to include Terrace Park and end at Kroger Hill Park. Final development is tentatively scheduled to extend from Milford to Sawyer Point Park in downtown Cincinnati. A i think its important that the vote in Council two years ago dearly stopped a Bulldozer being out there tonight a Prues said. A a. All that has done is buy us some councilman John Wenstrup denied that Terrace Park was afraid of crime or disorder resulting from the Trail. A thieves and jitterbugs Are not the Issue at All a he said. A we have some very substantial rights to have our Village the Way it is and that Bike path will change those values Wenstrup did leave room for Compromise nonetheless. A fall we be said is no. We have to offer some alternative. We could live with this or we could live with Eppa Rixey a local resident and insurance agent suggested that parking lot Spil service workloads allover Public strains on please see Bike a9 books feeding Gulf War appetite by Sheila Vilvens staff reporter the Gulf War situation is creating quite a hunger for any information about the Middle East and War and area Book stores Are Rushing to fill that hunger. A a there a been a tremendous increase in interest a said Drew Gores owner of Drew a bookshop in Hyde Park Square. A it started in August with the invasion of Kuwait and has remained High exactly following the concerns of the country As developments occur a she said. If the War ended tomorrow Gores said she expects interest would remain because a there would still be a lot of unresolved Brenda Rogers owner of Little professor Book Center in West Chester says a a we be. Seen a great Deal of interest in our atlases maps books on How to identify military weapons aircraft ships and tanks and Ham radio listings across the so popular Are the maps that Rogers says she has 55 orders for the a Middle East crisis map. Questions about the history and politics of the Gulf Warthe climate and Topography of the Region and other detailed questions can Best be answered through books says Rogers. Others must agree since several area Book stores have noticed an influx of customers wishing to learn More arout the Middle East situation. A people want just any kind of information a said Lisa Pons manager of Brentanos a Bookstore in Kenwood Towne Centre. A a there a really so Many books out now a said Pons. She estimates there Are about 15 books available and three to four Terrace Park Home Burns by Rycki Schmidt contributor Dan Macdonald press staff area bookstores have an abundance of material available for readers interested in learning More about the Middle East. A display at Drew a bookshop in Hyde Park draws the interest of Dennis Vanness of norths de. Maps. In top Selling Book on the Gulf War crisis is a the prize a by Daniel Yergin. The hardback Book Sells for $24.95 at Brentanos. A it is an analysis of the history and politics of Oil a said Pons adding it is geared More to the scholar. Most other area Hook store owners and managers seem to concur. Marlene Kenworthy owner of Kenworthy a Book store 8118 Montgomery Road said that Terrace Park Lize Biederman returned to her Home at 130 winding Brook Lane monday night to find the entire House engulfed in flames. By tuesday officials had declared it a total loss and the Structure was condemned. A it was gone when we got Here a said Terrace Park assistant chief Jeff Carle. A it started in the Back but we done to know yet if it went up or Down. We May never Doug Pfingstag 21, 134 winding Brook said he was putting the dog out monday evening when he heard a window pop at the Biederman Home two doors away. He said he took a flashlight and walked Down to the House and saw smoke and flames and started banging on the front door. A i saw her car Wasny to in the driveway and went Home and my Mother called 911,�?� he said. Charlene Pfingstag placed the 911 Call at 7 49 . The fire department received a second Call when the fire rekindled at 5 29 . Tuesday. No one was injured in the fire but neighbor Paula Early said mrs. Biederman had been very concerned about her cat which did pot survive. The firemen buried the pet for her Early this morning. Also lost in the fire were family heirlooms left to mrs. Biederman by her father. She lived alone in the House and has grown children living in the area. Terrace Park police officer Dennis Wells was the first to arrive at the scene monday at about 8 . He immediately called for Back up help from the please see books a9 please see Home a9 Oakley logo entry wins prize by Rickl Schmidt contributor Quality of life in the communities. Each of Oakley artist Michael Streif designed the new logo for the neighbor network program and the Oakley residents association was awarded $100 for submitting Streff a donated design. The new logo will be seen in april on banners displayed in the neigh hoods which received 1990 Grants through the neighbor network program. The Kroger company and the fifth third Bank last year made a Multi year commitment to fund $40,000 in neighbourhood Grants annually continuing through 1992. The Grants which Range from $125 to $5j Are of invest in neighbourhoods nine years ago when the concept to make sufficient pm Miflin Forf the program began a �?o46 communities bought into Ike Community councils self Community projects to enhance the the communities invested $5,540 in the neighbourhood investment fund. Additional investments were made by corporations and foundations bringing the total to close to $500,000. Sinkford explained each investing neighbourhood annually receives interest on the fund which this year was $786. Like the proceeds from the investment fund the Grants awarded by the neighbor network program can be used for projects such As Flower Beds benches signs and even computers. Oakley residents association president Vivian Duncan said the proceeds from the interest and the design award May be used for landscaping this year. I Duncan announced Cincinnati mayor David Mann will attend the Oakley residents association meeting at 7 . Tuesday March 5 at the United Church of Christ on Taylor Street in Oakley. Residents Are invited to attend the meeting to meet the mayor. Mary Ann Sinkford executive director of invest in neighbourhoods congratulates Michael Straff on Hie winning logo design for neighbor net work program

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