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Hilltop News Press (Newspaper) - December 24, 1986, Cincinnati, OhioJ it a it o �?��4 o a a h. Us �?�-4 u i on j k u a o or u o v m 4 Altop newts pre scr wifi Brentwood Collet Hill Linn town Forest perk Breen Hills it. Airy it. Meet by Mew berlins on North College Mill Springfield two. 3$ cents brie to it j of. A 1 Sii it c <3 j >-4 t j i -4 c. it mgt Iirth a pm inc of Marmana vol. 68, no. 49 two sections. 16 pages wednesday dec. 24, 1986 it. Airy club to sell property can you help Mcauley school is kicking off its reverse raffle ticket Sale to develop an endowment scholarship fund. Tickets for the feb. 15 event Cost $100 per couple and Are available at the school office. 6000 Oakwood ave. Invitations will be mailed in january but those wishing to buy their ticket in 1986 to take advantage of tax Laws May Call the school at 681-1615. The event includes cocktails and hours do oeuvres and Cai h prizes. We arc proud of Jill Binzer a senior was crowned Queen at Mcauley High schools Christmas dance dec. 19 at music Hall ballroom. Members of her court were seniors Christy Barry Michelle Farrell Kathy Hubert Tina Pfeifer and Jenny rate. Junior members included Julie Martin Kelli Johnson and Susan Keitel. You can attend those who think they have two left feet can set some help at a class in Basic ballroom dancing at the Wyoming civic Center Worthington and apr ii eld Pike. The class begins Jan. 6 and runs Eit weeks. Classes Are from 8 35 to 9 35 . The Cost is $35 person for Eit lessons or $10 for two lessons in one dance step. Steps taught Are swim Jitterbug Waltz Fox Trot Antrum the. For information and registration Call the instructors Pat and Jerry Harty. At 681-9235. The Pawel Crosley or. Myca 9601 Winton Road will cer computer education classes begin neg Jan. 6. For registration or information Call the y at 521-7112. A parents night out. A diner dance to raise Money for computers and software for Greenhills Forest Park City schools will be from 7 . To 1 . Jan. 10 at the american legion Hall Winton Road Greenhills. A drawing win Send two people to the Bahamas for four is and to Disney world for three Days. Cost of the dinner dance is $10 per person. Tickets for the vacation drawing Cost $2 per ticket. Reservations should be sent to Lakeside school 825 Lakeridge drive 45231. A fitness throw yoga a 10-week program will begin the week of Jan. 5. Monday classes Are from 7 30 to a. At Norm Hills Fellowship 460 Fleming Road and thursday classes Are from 10 30 . To noon at the Wyoming civic Center Worthington and Wyoming avenues. For Imor mation Call 948-1321. Official of Cincinnati will observe City Christmas and new years the the holidays on thursday. Dec. 25, and thursday Jan. 1, respectively. Collection of household wast jul be one Day later than Normal for the balance of those weeks. And other on dec. 17, archbishop Daniel Milarck visited is. Mathias Parish in Forest Park completing a four year project to Nike a personal visit to every Parish in the and diocese of Cincinnati. Archbishop Pilarczyk was installed in december 1982 and began the Parish vol actions in january 1983. A garbage a a videotaped version of the dec. 4 Polione in talk show interconnect a a you pm presentation w�o1 be shown on Warner cables pubic Access channels. Channel loss showings include 6 . Dec. 22, 2 30 . Dec. 23 and 7 . Dec. 30. Channel 7�?Ts showings Are at 3 . Dec. 22, 5 . Dec. 24 and 11 . Dec. 26. The discus Sion was about the . Land. This and worked c. Dreyer of Western Hills advertised to sell Pup fees in our classification no. 530 pets amp pres. C. Dreyer sold All the dogs after the and appeared in a 18 of our Cincinnati Sulliman press newspapers. If you want Good results Call one our advisers today and your and will appear in suburban classifieds. �1-t777. By Holdi Fallon staff reporter members of the it. Airy civic club voted dec. 17 to sell their property on Colerain Avenue across from it. Airy Forest. The clubs nine member Board of directors recommended the Sale based on the High Cost of maintenance increased insurance and Utility costs. The 2.25 acres has been the Home of the dub for the last five years. The dub rents the Hall to Community and civic organizations but dub Secretary Alan Schaechter said it has been a losing proposition. A in january for instance we have family a Holiday awkward Tedesco a parents still feeling loss by Heidi Fallon staff reporter a Christmas was troyes favorite time of year. He was always the first one up wanting to open the presents. This year Christmas is just another Day. It will never be Christmas Tina Tedesco Souder is talking about ter brother Troy Tedesco who was Moed. April 19 in a head on crash near Oxford. Now married and living in North cd Liege him Tina her parents Denny and Kathy Tedesco and her younger brother Denny jr., said while they accept troyes death they still find it Coffi Chilt to believe a a he a not coming a a it a uncomfortable awkward i guess i keep thinking Troy is some Ace and will he coming Back a said Denny jr., who lives with is parents in new Burlington. A a it a been almost a year and it seems like it happened yesterday. A despite Denny �?Ts objections mrs. Tedesco said they put a Christmas tree up and Hung troyes stocking alongside the otters on the mantel. A popular student at it. Healthy High school Troy three rentals Wimch will bring in $105, but our expenses will be $680,�?� Schaechter said. A we never wanted to be in the rental business in the first place. The Cost just to maintain the building for our own use is killing members of the it. Airy town Council Wimch uses tiie facility for its monthly meetings were reportedly concerned the Sale would threaten toe zoning of the property. Sub president Bud Frome said it would be a virtually impossible to change the residential r-4 and residential transitional r-2t zoning. A we would fight any attempts to rezone a Frome said. Schlaechter said the Best use of the property would be for a Church or possibly a few single family Bouses. He added the property cannot be zoned for business. Club member Jack Metz voicing is Suppf. For the Sale told Fremette pare District had contacted my using an interest in purchasing the properly. The Park Borders the land on three sides. Frome said a tentative agreement with the workers of America local no. 44<xwould give both the dub and its women a auxiliary a place to meet at the Cwa Hall on North Bend Road. Schlaechter stressed that Selling the Hau would give the dub the Money to re Institute Many of its former com Mummy activities. A we used to be Able to afford to do tongs for tvs Community. Like the children a Christmas party a big Christmas Parade and donate things to the schools a Schlaechter said. A we Haven to been Able to do that because All our Money was tied up in main taming tvs Frome said the Board would begin in january drawing up a list of goals to restore Many of those programs. By Meme a real estate agent win handle the Sale of the property without a fee. Denny and Kathy Tedesco with their two children Denny or. And Tina will be relying on their love and the me Morfea of their son Troy to get them through this Holiday season. Troy whose stocking is Hung with the others on the mantel died last april. 18. Was killed with is Best Friend Bryan Vollrath 19. The boys Are buried Side by Side at Arlington memorial gardens. Tree on a somebody put a Christmas trems grave a Tina said. A there Are always gifts and poems on is grave every time i go. No one Ever leaves their name. Its always Anonymous. They even put the trophy troyes soccer team won on his grave. Troy and is teammates won a soccer tournament earlier the Day he and Brian were killed. A your House used to be filled with troyes friends a Kathy said. A Bryan was like our third son. They filled our House with life. I cry every Annex request prompts hearing Denny or. Said is brother a friends still a a done to know what to say.�?�. A they done to bring it up. Sometimes i wish they would but i guess everybody hurts in their own Way a a he said. Kathy said her Friend Carol Hollstegge has helped her through the bad times by a just please see loss a9 your Index a tug of War Between Colerain town sep and the City of North College Hill Over 20 acres of property will come before the Hamilton coun Board of commissioners in a Public hearing next month. The property known locally As Lake Nina extends from the intersection of and Banning roads East to the of the Clove Mook country club. Included on the property Are Lakeridge Hall a commercial fishing Lake a and o office and commercial ties. Forth College Hill City Council adopted a Resolution at the dec. 15 meeting outlining services the City will provide to the territory proposed for the Hamilton county regional plan Ning commission voted 5-0 to recommend denial of the petition for Annex proper Norl lion. That recommendation was sent to the county commissioners along with a staff report on the proposed annexation. In the the planning commission pointed out that the annexation does not Appe Totea logical Extension of the mum Cipal boundaries of the City and that there Are five parcels of land on Banning Road in front of the property that Are not included in the petition. The owners of the property John and Jeanne roters cited difficulties in county zoning As an important Factor in their decision to request annexation. A Otte commissioners Are supposed to make a decision based on what is Best for the property a said Dolores Dunn Law director for the City. The bearing will be Jan. 7. Clovers rest drive Lake Nina Tkv annexation Volunteer recognized for gift of time when Becky l 0 r t z was a teacher she saw How important it was for parents to be involved. Parent involvement enabled teachers to have More High Quality time with students while parents took care of the detail things. Becky Lortz so when she had children it seemed natural to Start spending time helping out at school. Llie pleasant run woman received the Northwest local school District association of educators first annual a Friend of education award earlier tvs month. She was recognized for ter a tireless efforts in the school District and Community during the last 13 years. A i think it is a Good Way for parents to know what is going on at the school a she said. A it also sends a message to your Coldren that what is going on at school is Good and that it is important to Lortz became a room Mother at pleasant run elementary in 1973. Since then ter commitments to Northwest and the Young people of the area have deepened. Lortz has been involved in ptas substance abuse awareness programs Sudi As Impact and Northwest a helping others parents and educators. Lortz is Public education chairman for the american cancer society and has organized several Public education outreach programs. A i have had such a positive response from from teachers a Lortz said. A i saw a Gap in the health education where cancer is concerned. When i present programs even the teachers have said they Learned Lortz said the cancer programs have uncovered things about students that might not have been Learned. A one girl shared that ter Mother had cancer and told about the different stages she had gone through a she said. A later the teacher said pm girl was a Good student but ter work was erratic. Before the class the teacher did no to know the Mother had please see time a9 Beverly Nye a2 births. A classified ads. B1 de .b5 engg scents a a7 m events. .a7 a Hewi Fallon As c meetings a7 s police reports. A4 i sports. A5 i viewpoints. As o a news. Phone 661-8352 Cir Tatton. Phone 542-9474 display ads. Phone 681-9471 class Fleck ads.,.�.phone 681 -7777 collections Here a a Friendly reminder that this week is collection week f or the newspaper carriers. Within the next seven to 10 Days they will be knocking on your door Cou eating for their delivery service. The Money they collect from you is an important supplement to their income. When you your $1, you receive a Coupon in titter you to $1 off a medium or Large pizza from pizza hut restaurants or $1 off a classified liner and in our newspaper. So be sure to get your receipt from your Carrier. 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