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Hilltop News Press (Newspaper) - August 16, 1989, Cincinnati, Ohio5$a a a a Ltd. Look for this special Section press Community classified745-0555 Usa staff George Mckinney and Dom i Samad Ilka the affect the 22-foot-Wlda, 3-foot-deep Pool creates in their Side Yard Mckinney says the Fountain la especially a a gorgeous at night with the special lighting he designed. K. Fountain blows Yard cares away there a a practical Side to spouts through 10 jets in the moot deep Pool. Mckinney rat a 1# of work in designing and Bolding the Fountain tat admits me motivation was pure laziness. A i did t want to have mow the grass he said. A i put in a lot of landscaping around the Fountain for that to make Way for the Fountain., Mckinney had to dear the 35 Trees that lined the s0-by-7t foot Patch of Yard. Quot while Samad hated to see a giant Magnolia ripped rat with. A. Chain and pick up track Mckinney said it Ana others were diseased. While it Cost. Mckinney under $1.0,000 to install is Fountain he says anyone not in the business could expect to pay about $25,000. The Fountain is just another novel feature of the Home the couple bought in 1 986. They Are the third owners of the 1923-Vintage House Wimch has a Marble basement floor and unique sculptures plastered into use Walls. The lure of owning an. Older tame was what prompted them to move from Colerain town St a to College Hill. A i always said i. Wanted to own an. Old House a Quot Mckinney said. A a in be always loved them and there is just no Way you could afford to build something like this testimony a ust Taw popular an attraction a a in vis Samad said was a j m Smithy Barbershop that ii a they m Miers to Stop in because sector a a knew about the for Haiir she said his ploy apparently worked because neighbors reported a business was by Heidi Fallon iiv4.,. I jul. A. A a. Al it a ail Neconer by Feldi Fallon staff reporter George Mckinney and Donna Samad Are without question the1 most popular couple on the Block. Their Larry drive tame in College Hill has become a tourist attraction since Mckinney pit in a Fountain in. A .22-foot Pool in the Side Yard that Borders Hamilton Avenue. People walk drive and jog by just to gel a. Better look. A we be done More to promote family togetherness than anything imaginable a Samad said. A we could have sold it took. Mckinney almost two months to complete1 the Fountain Wimch was the source of concern and curiosity of his neighbors. Since he s in the swimming Pool business., some folks were alarmed that he was building a Pool. Others said they resented the notoriety and All. The hoopla the Fountain construction caused on their otherwise quiet. Dead end. Street. The couple Hasni to really minded All the attention. A moving water is always a my attraction and the Fountain iraqi gorgeous., especially at night a Mckinney said. A a we be had cars stopping and people wed never seen before strolling by to get a better while the Gawker get look Mckinney and Samad can t see their work of Art from their tiny dining room window. But they can sometimes hear the fountains 10,000 Gallons of water pulsating Hub dog Shubh Muhi will take that Long to get the new unit in it May Jake several months before apr i Ingfield town sep police can determine howl successful a new undercover unit is at clamping Down on drug Atasev operation. The department is spending $10,000 to equip and train two officers and the assistant chief who will make up the unit. Part of their training will be with the Hamilton county sheriffs departments drag and Rice salads. A Well work hand in hand with the sheriffs department for a month or two to train the officers before they begin working in. The town sep a said Spring hmm town St a police chief Rad Huffman. He said the undercover unit is an idea he a tried to get approved by town sep trustees. For about a a up until now we be relied on the county and. Renu regional enforcement narcotics unit until it dissolved to work with. Dea a Huffman said. A we Felt that if we went with another Agency we would not get the full time dedication to the when menu folded in. 198s, area departments relied on other networks a to he formed to fill that void. Forest Park is one of 14 departments aligned with Dart drag abase reduction task Force a to investigate drag Possession abuse and trafficking. A other area departments depend on the to conduct drug investigations said the recent drag related Dou i ble homicide in the town sep coupled with a growing drag problem helped Sway the three Man trustee Board to earmark police funds for the unit. 1 a try a High pan it a. In Watfa. t statistics and information compiled about drag activity in Springfield township and the Northern Hamilton county area �?T1 said trustee Frank Weikel. A we recognized because of the severity of the situation the need to authorize the additional the $10,000 initial Cost will come from the departments lib Mumbai annual budget Winch is funded by a permanent police Levy. The department Hopes the unit will pay for itself when it starts confiscating property such As cars houses and drag Money through arrests and convictions. Donations keep anti Tower fight going fighting for principles and free Enterprise does no to come cheap. Opponents of the Wox radio Tower at Winton and North Bend roads estimate they be spend a several thousands of dollars to take their Case to Hamilton county common pleas court. The Northern Hills College Hill property owners association Board member Arlyn Euken said the group relies on donations to fund its cause. His group is opposed to the Tower because it says it will lower property values but an Independent study Wox commissioned concluded similar towers have no Adverse affect on Home sales. A a we be gone door to door asking for donations from residents and businesses a Euken said. A most of the Money has gone to attorney the group has also foot the Bill for printed updates distributed to residences and Stop the Tower signs planted in Yards throughout the Springfield town sep Ana College Hill areas. Jim Stitt consultant for Wox pm says is Side has invested a half a million in its quest to put up a 970-Tower to boost its broadcasting coverage area. A everyday we re for the lease Wimch does no to apply to the i Purchase of the land a Stitt said estimating the total amount at a several thousand dollars a the continuing delay in constructing the Tower we a mean the total project will Cost More than $3 million Stitt said. The station has received All the necessary approvals it needs from Cincinnati the acc and the Faa but is Bolding off starting construction until the court makes its final ruling. Stitt said the station had projected revenues to offset the interest on the $500,000 loan before it became entangled in the Legal Battle. Last week judge Robert Kraft increased a $250 Bond posted by opponents to $1,500 protect the radio station. Stitt called the increase a a Token amount since the station had requested a Bond of $750,000. Another court Date is set for aug. 25 when Kraft will decide if any new evidence can be admitted. A trial Date will also be set then. Euken said is Side is a a optimistic that they will win. A a we be gotten More financial and verbal support in opposition of the Tower a he said. To him being 84 a no big deals love of . Brought Man to Finneytown / by Hemi Fallon staff reporter Gene Gan Tam is 54 going on 16 with one simple motto a a it a no dig when Gan Tam was really 16 years old he boarded a sep to sail from is Hometown of Stuttgart Germany to America and Freedom. He a still the same self proclaimed adventurer he was Back then who simply wanted to leave tame and see the United states. A this is the Best country in the world a Gan Tam proclaims from Bis Back porch in Finneytown. A my family wanted me to come Back but i wanted a it was a hell Hole a he says. American officials at the immigration station he says were alarmed because of the size of the Muscles in is neck thinking it might be a thyroid condition. Luckily for Gan Tam there was a German doctor nearby who in Alai a uan Zorn says. A i was never m the olympics or like that. It was Amateur Competition. The horse and parallel bars were my Best to Fly the Coop. This is free a when he stepped off the ship at Ellis Island Gan Tam wondered briefly if head made the right decision. After an Uncle who was visiting from Cincinnati saw Gan Tam in compete ton he handed the teen $10 and an invitation to America. It was an offer that appealed to Ganzhorn a wanderlust. He spent three Days in new York unable to speak English and not knowing a soul. A it was no big Deal. Why be scared a he says. A people were very when be stepped off the train in Cincinnati Gan Tam recalls that the third Avenue and Baymiller Street station changed his mind about Ellis Island. A this place was really hell a he says. A i asked my Cousin who picked me up if All Cincinnati was like this. He said Gan Tam lived with a a Rich Uncle for a year going to school three nights a week to learn the language and working at a downtown tailor shop. A i made $25 a week and that was big Money in 1923,�?� he says. A i gave my Uncle $10 for rent and kept the he finally a flew the crap again and got is own apartment in Clifton. Please see Deal a13 Usa soud6rs/press staff Gano Gan Tam Slawa his Ufa and times As a no big Deal the 84-year-old Finneytown Man prefers to remember the Good memories. Hip 35 cents patrol vol. 71, no. 32 two sections. 28 pages wednesday aug. 16, 1969 inside parents discuss school rumours parents for Quality education and it. Healthy schools superintendent David Distel. But neither Side is sure of the outcome. A i left the meeting feeling positive even though i m not sure anything was accomplished a Cathye Gwyn said. A i was amazed that Distel was unaware of the reputation it. Healthy is developing or the attitude that exists. I believe be at least knows that Gwyn said she became involved in the parents group because she is a Parent not because of personal problems with her child in the school. She said her group must Irak objectively at problems As a whole not As a personal vendetta. Superintendent Distel said he Felt positive about the results of the meeting. He said it definitely opened up a line of communication. A i think now this group will feel More comfortable asking questions. I m Here to talk to the Public about the issues a Distel said. Please see discuss As by Debbie Mckinney contributor it. Healthy Are teachers illiterate about the computer programs they re teaching Are some children treated with favouritism Are sexual harassment incidents being mown out of proportion Are critical issues bring ignored lines of communication were opened at a july 19 meeting to discuss these questions Browwn a grip Palling itself a lift Clad Nimati a Bartmin fir inc

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