Eastern Hills Journal Press in Cincinnati, Ohio
6 May 1987

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6 May 1987

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Eastern Hills Journal Press (Newspaper) - May 6, 1987, Cincinnati, OhioA2 a he journal press a wednesday May 6, 1987 a Mem a a festive fund Raiser aids Kilgour its carnival time in . Lookout. The major fund raising social event for Kilgour elementary the Kilgour carnival is May 16, from 11 . To 5 . the school 1339 Herschel . Lookout. Traditionally the largest school carnival in the area netting More than $17,000 last year a the event features 20 fun and food Booths the Flea Market Plant Booth and a bid and buy auction. This yet organized Ellen and rears carnival was by Kilgour parents Ben shown Sally and Carl Ahrens and Janet and Bruce Byrnes. According to publicity chair Pel Mcdaniel the school p. Teachers students and Community members have All played important roles in the Success of the yearly event. Kaye Riser Kilgour . President who said her life revolves around Kilgour attributes much of the schools Success to the supportive parents. A former Grade school teacher Riser said a children do better when their parents Are the services and programs the . Supports almost All through carnival profits include funds for instructional supplies Upkeep of the sports a eld and nature preserve athletic pro ams primary Art and music Rand parents Day and the science fair. Please see Kilgour a4 Isnit about time you had a garage Sale to Clear out All the clutter and unwanted items More than 240,000 Homes will receive your and placed in classified Section. Call 681-7777 to place your and today. A a District two the following reports Are from the records of the District two division of the Cincinnati police department Thomas Burke Captain. Investigations assault a a 56-year-old Man was punched in the Eye by is drinking buddy for no reason 6000 Block of Madison rd., april 23. Domestic violence a a 24-year-old woman was pushed and shoved by a Man who she was fighting with about the custody of a child �600 Block of am by pi., april 23. Petty theft a cassette player taken from car value $190, 2000 Block of Breen ., april 22 or april 23. Aggravated assault a a 24-year-old woman was Cut during an altercation 2600 Block of Moorman april 23. Petty theft a ladies earrings taken from apartment value $155, 3500 Block of Handman ., april 22 or april 23. Robbery purse snatching a someone approached a 24-year-old woman from behind grabbed her purse and fled value $28, 2700 Block of Victory pkwy april 23. Criminal damage a car scratched with unknown Sharp object 4300 Block of Duck Creek rd., Between april 19 and april 22. Breaking and entering a offices of Madison me Myca ransacked after Entrance was gained by breaking the basement window nothing taken 6100 Block of Desmond ave., april 23 or april 24. Attempted aggravated burglary a window kicked in burglar alarm was set off nothing taken 1800 Block of William Howard Taft rd., april 24. Petty theft a three pints of wine were taken from Stop in go value $4.39, 3600 Block of Edwards rd., april 24. Arrests child enticement a a 55-year-old Man approached three boys offered to buy them Candy and took one boys hand 4700 Block of Whetzel ave., april 23. Public indecency a a 19-year-old Man exposed himself to a 16-year-old 1300 Block of East Mcmillian took a radio from display Zaire a a inc., value $44.97, 3872 Paxton ave., april 22. Assault a two 16-year-old girls a preached another 16-year-old and punched her 5800 Block of Chandler ave., april. 17. Aggravated menacing a a 20-year-old woman was threatened by her Boyfriend Wale they were on a Date 2300 Block of Kemper la., april 19 and april 20. Petty theft a a 51-year-old woman took ten packs of cigarettes from display Thrift Way food and drug value $10.50,. 381.0 Paxton ave., april 20. Mariemont the following reports Are from the records of the Mariemont Village police department Donald Shanks chief. Investigations criminal mischief a Auto tampered with lower parking lot our lady of mercy Hospital 7010 Rowan Hills dr., april 24. Criminal damage a windows broken out of Mariemont swim club building april 23. Theft a Lawnmower taken from residence 6700 Block of Chestnut april 22. Theft a radar Detector taken 22. Found property a puch bicycle found Corner of Wooster Pike and pleasant Street april 22. Fairfax the following reports Are from the records of the Fairfax Village police department col Daniel Chilton chief. Investigations criminal trespassing a two subjects were seen climbing the Fence red Bank distributing Center 4000 red Bank rd., no one was found but a door was found open april 23. Problems with an sex employee a former employee became abusive to his former employer Cadillac plastics. 3800 Block of red Bank rd., april 22. Assault a a husband punched is wife in the Mouth and left Eye with is fist and then pushed her out of the car Hawthorne and Simpson avenues april 23. Arrests Putty theft a a 63-year-old woman took an assortment of clothing and shoes from Swallen smart inc., 3700 red Bank rd., april 20. Petty theft a a 21-year-old Man took three compact discs from display Swallen smart inc., value $78.11, 3700 red Bank rd., april 18. Petty theft a a 21-year-old Man took two compact discs from display Swallen smart inc., value $28.96. 3700 red Bank rd., april 18. Beechmont mall Daffy Day wed., May 20 m the Summit country Day school since 1890 Entrance placement test for september enrolment for grades 1 to 12 saturday May 9, 8 30 . Fee $20 the Summit country Day school is a private Independent Catholic College preparatory school dedicated to personal excellence. Coeducational preschool through High school student teacher ratio of 12 to 1 100% College placement scholarships and financial assistance free busing by Cincinnati Forest Hills Indian Hill Kings Lakota Loveland Madeira Mariemont Northwest Princeton Sycamore West Clermont school districts for information or to Register for the test Call admissions a 871 -4700. Claude Chaney director of admissions 2161 Grandin Road Cincinnati Ohio 45208 everything we sell is a Quot finest dark mulch escaping a Railroad ties a mus a Sand a decorative gravel a gravel a topsoil a. Pine nuggets 3700 round Bottom re. Moke Fri. A a hmm s 271-1119 a turd april ,.t . To he 23. Public indecency a a 19-year-old Man exposed himself to a 26-year-old woman on a bus forced her to touch him and then grabbed her 1360 Block of East Mcmillian april 23. Petty theft a three children aged 9,13 and 14, took Money from the office Mckinley school value $42.60, 3900 Block of Eastern. Ave., april 24. Theft a a 15-year-old boy took a cordless phone from display Zaire a a inc., value $69.99, 3872 Paxton ave., april 24. Theft a a 14-year-old boy took batteries from display Zaire a a inc., value $1.99, 3872 Paxton ave., april 24. Petty theft a a 29-year-old Man took a shirt from display Zaire a a inc., value $7.99, 3872 Paxton ave., april 21. Theft a a 13-year-old girl took socks from display taxi inc., value $7, 2700 Block of Observatory ave., april 21. Theft a two boys each aged 14, a univ a i Volt a fisc state dates listed the 1987 Ohio summer Calendar of events is now available from the Ohio department of developments division of travel and tourism. The Calendar is a comprehensive guide to travel activities and special events in Ohio from May through August. The Calendar is available by calling 1-8 80 Buckeye weekdays from 9 .-7 . Out 01 House Reg. Price 6.94 rain Shower oscillating sprinkler keep your Yard Green with this Quality sprinkler. No. 1015. Is Brlik ail a plaid a iii ii Reg. Pro cd 15.97 i All purpose cushioned Stool choose from assorted colors of these versatile stackable chairs. No.6941. Wanted More than a Secretary new financial company requires self starter with typing amp bookkeeping skills. Flexible hours 751-7500 Reg. Price 4.76 shopping Basket by american plastics. Makes your shopping easier. No. 1010 Reg. Price 2.47 kit Dewal cleaner Johnson amp kit White sidewall cleaner heavy duty cleaner removes dirt scuffs and grime. Restores appearance. 15 of. Net . No.02801. Is 9 by. Elden a. Good. A Reg. Price 5,97 infant diaper sets for boys and girls. New Spring prints in easy care 65% polyester/35% Cotton. Sizes 9-18 months. A a by Art workshop a i Reg. Price 6.12 Art workshop no.60001 directors Eldon a. Good Bov Orty d. Good amp Donald s. Good if your family a growing but your House Isnit suburban classified can help four and in our real estate Section can reach As Many As 261,744 Poten to a Home buyers. And one of them is looking for a Home just like yours. 871-3433 2620 Erie ave a a established 1871 suburban classified Sells . 6817777 i to my Meiier prices Good thursday May 7 thru sunday May 10,1987

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