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Hilltop News Press (Newspaper) - December 31, 1986, Cincinnati, OhioI by u it j it k u a a o r if o h i/1 a -. I i or it i c o Fri 7 a j x a a a o it 9ltop new pie scr inf Brentwood col Csc till of Fures Park Grce ii Hills it. Air i my. New Burlinston Ortli College Hill Springfield Ftp. Tum Tan Proa my. M to gym if Many vol. 68, no. 50 two sections 14 pages wednesday dec. 31, 1986 o d s i. A x o j i you can Amend fitness for living a Low Impact aerobic exercise program for men and women will begin Jan. 5 in 10 greater Cincinnati locations including Jane hoop elementary school. 1738 Compton Road and it. Healthy North Junior High 2170 Struble Road. Bethesda hospitals health management services is sponsoring Tny 20-session classes at various times. The fee is $55. For More information or to Register Call 891-1622. A the Miami University menus glee club will sing at St. Paul a United Church of Christ 6997 Hamilton ave., North College Hill at the 9 and 11 . Services Jan. 4. A luncheon will follow the service. Call the Church at 931-2205 for reservations. A Friendship United methodist Church 1025 Springfield Pike Wyoming will offer a 10-week Trinity Bible study series beginning Jan. 8. The study runs from 7 to 9 . Topic is the old testament a a Wisdom for information Call the Church at 821-5725 or Wayne Wieder at 821-6137. We re proud of sister m. Johanna Niklas a teacher at Mcauley High school for 21 years has received a $500 Grant from the . Mathematics recognition committee. Sister Niklas will use the Grant to introduce specific computer generated remediation materials into her math classes. Official a Federal communications commission ruling deregulating Telephone wiring inside a customers Home or business becomes effective Jan. 1. In response Cincinnati Bell Telephone co. Win offer customers a new optional maintenance plan beginning March 1. Called wire care the plan will Cost $1 per month per Telephone line. Customers Wil receive ballots with their monthly mailings with instructions and further information. Ii two lanes of the Ludlow Avenue viaduct were reopened dec. 23, allowing metro buses to return to Normal routing. Because of the reduced lanes however some delays May occur. The routes affected Are 17,18,19,20 and 22. For Complete route and schedule information Call Metrocenter at 621-4455 weekdays from 6 30 . To 7 . And weekends from 8 . To 5 . A Roger Bacon High school is acc Ting applications for new upperclassmen for the second semester which begins Jan. 20. Contact William to quiet director of admissions at 641-1300. A motorists in Cincinnati will not be required to put coins in parking meters on new years Day. Rush hour restrictions will also not be enforced. This May help. To warm in those Winter nights the Cincinnati Park Board is offering firewood for Sale at warder Nursery at Center Hill and North Bend roads. Wood is select Hardwood mostly seasoned uns Plit in 18 to 20-Incn Leggtte and varying in diameter from 3 to 30 inches. Cost is $75 per Cord $37.50 per half Cord. Buyers must Load their own vehicles. A the Northern Hills ecumenical adult education Council will present a film series a a ordering your private world a Jan. 7, 14, 21, 28 and feb. 4. The series will be at 7 30 . Each of the scheduled nights at St. Bartholomew Church 9375 Winton series Addi uses the stress that a Busy Christian can suffer. This and worked m. Redroot of Groesbeck advertised to sell a dishwasher in our classification no. 460, bargain Mart. M. Redroot sold the dishwasher to the first Cauer when the and appeared in All 18 of our Cincinnati suburban press newspapers. If you want fast results Call one of our advisers today and your and will appear in suburban classifieds. �81-7777. Of Ici expect Busy new year by Greg Flannery staff reporter 1987 will be an ambitious year for municipal improvements if local leaders have their Way. Residents of North College Hill Springfield township and it. Healthy can expect to see new equipment better roads and in some cases higher taxes. Mayor Don Brooks of North College Hill said his priority will be putting Road improvement funds approved in a november Levy to work. A a obviously the first thing is to put into motion the reconstruction of Betts Avenue and Dearmand Avenue a he said. A we Hope to coordinate better with the metropolitan sewer District so that in the next few years we can get our sewer problems solved. The recently passed tax Levy will help get that Brooks also envisions a livelier econ Onnic environment in North College Hill. A the really big goal is to Start generating a program for increasing the business Oase of North College Hill a he said. A a it a Small. We have a new economic development plan and we re calling All the Banks and real estate people to formulate ways to aggressively attract new bus mess to North College Hill. Our goal is to be Able to have a thriving retail business Community Lois Melvin safety service director for it. Healthy said the changes in her City will be noticeable As 1987 progresses. A things we Hope to Complete in 1987 include our sidewalk project a she said. A we Hope to get Adams Road widened Between Martin Street and Perry Street. We Hope to computerize our tax department in City Hall. We also were planning on dedication of the new addition to City Hail including a new Entrance and elevator for the it. Healthy is also expecting delivery of a new fire truck sometime in Early 1987, according to Melvin. A a we be got big plans for 1987,�?� she said. In Springfield township residents May soon enjoy new recreational facilities. Township trustee president Carl Abel or. Declined to be specific but said he thinks a new Park is on the Way. A a we re working on some ground for recreational use a he said. A we done to Mark Bowen press staff la Salle graduate Terry Bachman is the guest off Honor at the recent boys Best of the West swim meet at the Gamble Nipper Myca. From left Are Richard Bachman Terry a brother Stephen background and la Salle principal brother Ken plaster. Bachman inspires lancers the la Salle High school swim team had double cause to celebrate dec. 18 at the Gamble Nippert Myca. Not Only did the lancers earn their highest finish Ever in the Best of the West meet they also were Able to perform for part of the meet before their Captain of last year a Terry Bachman. Bachman was a la Salle swimmer and Best of the West participant for four years and graduated from the school this year but he is parm Zed As Quot a result of a Swimm my Accident near the end of his senior year last Spring and is confined to a wheelchair. So when the 19-year-old Bachman showed up for some of the boys Best of the West meet dec. 18 at Gamble Nippert it was a lift to the la Salle swim team. La Salle coach Dan Flynn said a i thought Terry being there might have in a boost for some of the kids who weren to feeling Well. Some of the flu was going around and it affected How some of our kids performed. I was really pleased to see Terry. I thought he looked Good and i think him being there made us a realize we re pretty blessed to have what we do Bachman is popular among his former teammates and a tribute to that popularity can be seen in the amount of Money that was raised for him through a raffle that any conducted. Through sales of raffle tickets around the West Side by swimmers from the schools the any gators and y members $913.80 was raised for Bachman. In addition Larosae a is Matching that figure. A everybody really supported this raffle Well a any aquatics director and Best of the West meet director Kay Fuller said. A the merchants around the area the at the schools and Here at the y did a. Fantastic Job for. Terry. We re pleased to Terry and his family with the with Bachman in attendance for some of the meet. La Salle finished an All time High second in the Best of the West meet. Teacher tries new approach by Julie Kemble Borths Montri Butor it. Airy elementary school second grader Cynthia Kester has it All figured out. A once i called my Friend Lorraine Over for super an it was thanks ving and we had Turkey of Cours a she wrote. A and i Allred got it at the store. And i put it in the Ovin for 1 hour and 5 mining and for 40 degrees. And then i put it on the table and it smelled other teachers might have run a red pen through Cindy a essay marking miss eyed words the misplaced actuation the incorrect Capitaliza-1. But Cindy a is. Nancy Multner and she teaches her children from a different perspective a the language exp Rance approach says you Leam to read being exposed to language. Children need to make the connection that the language we read the Lan age we and the language we write Are All the same Mufti i inner said. Please see new a7 Nancy Multner a teacher at it. Airy elementary school reads to her students every Day. Three to four times a week the children write stories which Are then displayed on the classroom Wall. Have the Deal consummated yet Bat it looks like it will be. We Are Attema Ting to Purchase some ground for a new Abel said challenges in 1987 include rating the township without Benefit Federal Revenue sharing funds which will be discontinued after the end of 1986. A naturally our financial situation is a concern since we wont get Revenue sharing a he said. A i think Well sur Dve that without any Springfield township will Complete the final phase of its five year Road resurfacing project next year Abel said. A other than that we re hoping everything runs smoothly and the residents of the township have a Happy Holiday a he said. Council debates Transfer by Jennie key staff reporter what appeared to be a routine Transfer of funds to carry North College Hill through the end of 1986 has caused bickering Between Council members. A a special meeting was called dec. 22 to appropriate funds to cover Bills through the end of the year. The attempt failed after a 5-2 vote. Council needed six votes to suspend the second and third readings of the Resolution to get the Money transferred before the first of the year. Council member David Miller said the appropriation request was a routine a and added he thought the situation was being blown out of proportion. The Resolution would have transferred about $15,000 from the Federal Revenue sharing account into the general fund. Councilmen Ber John rom,.ano said City Council had already earmarked the Money toward the debt on Street repairs. He added the City should Cut spending and pointed to the City a safety services director and his two assistants As possible starting places. He said the City a building commissioner could also be Cut. He said he was particularly upset about a 4-3 vote that avowed no discussion Between Council members before the appropriations vote was taken. But Council member Nicholas link who voted to allow discussion of the Issue said there was nothing in the rules of Council that required discussion. A if we had voted to suspend the second and third readings then the adoption motion would have been open for discussion a he said. A since the ordinance was already dead there was no discussion required. Whenever Council votes on an ordinance there is As much discussion As Council the City covered the shortage by speeding up income from other sources. City auditor George Snyder or. Asked mayor Dan Brooks to Deposit fines from mayors court and asked the county auditor to release inheritance tax receipts due the City. He said he is getting daily reports from the City tax auditor As to Money available. A we had a Cash flow problem but it is taken care of a Snyder said. A i had been projecting that we would be close to breaking even but income tax Revenue was about $14,000 behind last years receipts. That it history was a i had to go on while making my your Index births. Classified . Deaths. Events. .b1 a .a8 meetings. Police reports.,. .a2 real estate. .a3 sports. ., a news. Pts be 661-8352 display . Phone 542-9474 phone 681-9471 classified . Phone 681-7777 the family of 18 Cincinnati suburban press newspapers
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