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Hilltop News Press (Newspaper) - January 11, 1989, Cincinnati, OhioOf 230 w. Galbraith or More information iwn"1 a a i a a a a Quot \ %�0tp v5s?. A amp \ a ski amp it news ing Brentwood College Hill Fine town Forest Park Greenhills it. Airy it. Healthy new Burlington North College Hill Springfield twp. Map 35 cents Ira i o o o Quot 5cincinnati suburban Pratt inc. A a right radar had vol. 71, no. 1 two sections 22 pages wednesday Jan. 11,1989brieflyyou can attend fish Fries Are scheduled Jan. 13 and Jan. 27 at the Wesley Werner american legion Post no. 513, 7947 Hamilton ave., it. Healthy. Carry out meals Are available and the Public is invited. The Post also will throw a super bowl party Jan. 22, starting at 4 . For More information and tickets Call 729 729-0061. This May help the Powel Crosley or. Brancho the Myca is offering an afterschool care a Holaren in grades 1-4. The program for cd children Are transported from their local schools to the Myca 9601 Winton Road Finneytown every Day. For More information Call 521-7112. Queen City metro has added a weekday morning trip to its Tri county Sun run inbound to downtown Cincinnat. The new trip leaves the intersection of Winton and Kemper roads at 6 46 . And arrives at fourth and Vine streets in downtown Cincinnati at 7 30 . For information about the Complete route schedules fares and transfers is Ftp the Metrocenter 621-4455 from 6 30 . To 7 . Weekdays and from 8 . To 5 . Weekends. Low income families in the Greenhills Forest Park it. Healthy or Northwest school districts with children Ages 3-5 might want to Check out the Hamilton county office of education a head Start program. This is a free social service program that provides a four Day a week pre school classroom experience educational groups for parents and social services for the a a a fair Gross income guidelines 771-9616. The Midwest Eye screening project will offer free vision testing for senior citizens at several greater Cincinnati locations in january including Jan. 13, 9 .-l 30 p. Ment Community Road Hartwell. 752-5703. Can you help you can put your Good physical condition to work for others by participating in friends for life a three hour fitness workout against major diseases Jan. 28,10 -1 ., at the Albert b. Sabin convention Center in downtown Cincinnati. This is part of an 11-Dty Effort to raise $1.5 million to help in the Battle against cancer leukaemia aids and Diabeti fought at the City of Hope research and treatment Center. The City of Hope regional office is located at 800 Compton Road suite 32, Finneytown. Participants Are asked to raise a minimum of $50 in pledges or make a $50 donation. Donated prizes also will be raffled off during the workout. For More information Call 522-1382. S being medical we re proud of. Trad l. Birkenhauer Quaker court Bevis. Trad a Junior at Northwest High school was recently selected As a member of the outstanding High school students of America and will be included in the 1988-1989 ohs directory. She is the granddaughter of or. And mrs. John Maddux Winton Road College Hill. News a briefly is compiled by is editor Mark schmetzer745-0 Abel makes bid for county Job by Heidi Fallon staff reporter Carl Abel or. Is making a bid to Trade his 14-year seat on the Springfield township Board of i trustees for a seat 1 on the Hamilton county Board of commissioners. Abel is among about a dozen people vying for the seat which will be officially vacant in March when commissioner Norman Murdoch leaves to assume the a use time Springfield township resident Abel was first elected to township trustee in 1975 and served several terms As Board chairman. He was elected vice chairman at the trustees Jan. 3 meeting. How government worked a Abel said. A i said then if i Ever had the Opportunity to serve the taxpayer i would. Business experience. Abel says a government is big business and he then the Opportunity to came to run id it was either has the experience. He owns Abel manufacturing a for trustee and it was either put up or shut up so i got involved. The More you Metal manufacturing company with Strep one Plant on Bee pm an Street and another in Carlisle by. Saying a personal Agenda of any Type is a premature a Abel said that if he gets the commissioners seat hell put the last 14 years to Good use. A i feel in be done a Good Job in the township and will continue to do what in be always tried to do help the taxpayer a he said. Judges Post he won in november. With his f first interview this week Abel said head give the commissioners Job a the Best shot i have if i get the he started and stayed in the Public simple and political Arenas for one reason he says its in his blood. A years ago when i first started working in the City i got my first glimpse of get involved and the More respond if he does win the appointment Abeles four year trustee term expiring would be a a a a a a in 1992 Sibili ties you assume it just gets in filled by somebody selected by remaining trustees Frank can Abel thinks any government Post be Best served by somebody with Weikel and John Waksmundski. If they re unable to agree on a replacement somebody would be named by the common pleas court. Fall Start for first freshmen Usa Souders press staff Walker a Manior at Northwest High school stands patiently As Chris grow a fourth Grade student at pleasant run elementary school gets to know Iggy iguana a Little Batter. Walker came up with the concept of the Northwest outreach team which under the supervision of teacher Jeff Davis takas animals into the classroom to help bring science to life. The Northwest local school District will make the change. Beginning this fall grades nine through 12 will be in the High school buildings grades six through eight will be Middle schools and Grade schools will House kindergarten through fifth Grade. The decision is not without its detractors newly elected Board president Richard re mat leading the pack. A a in a not Happy with that at All a re Nat said after the meeting. A i am not satisfied we have seen All of the the Taylor elementary school area posed the biggest problem for Board members. The decision to change the Grade divisions Means Boundary changes As Well. One of those changes sends students from the Taylor attendance area to pleasant run Middle school and then to Colerain High school. All other pleasant run Middle school students will attend Northwest High school. The changes will create problems for some residents such As Barbara Elliott. She has four sons. Her oldest son is a ninth Grade student at pleasant run Junior High school where he is Active on the wrestling team. She has three other boys All at Taylor Elemen could have a son one class that a full of animals by Jennie key staff reporter share his fascination. He wears the spider to get his audiences attention. Chris Duckworth professes to have a fear of spiders. Imagine then the reaction when a Grade school science class spots a big hairy Tarantula clipping to the Back of Hist shirt. But Duckworth a Junior at Northwest High school is really just running with the students. Not Only is he not afraid of spiders he a fascinated with animals of All kinds and he likes to Duckworth and partner Walker Northwest outreach Are part of the team known As Nort under the direction and supervision of Jeff Davis. Davis teaches zoology at Northwest High school. The program to take animals out into the classrooms is a brainchild of Walker. The experience makes the lessons they learn in science classes leap off the Page. A it helps build the kids enthusiasm about science a pleasant run Elemen tary school teacher Rick Oetzel said of the program. Nort was at the school talking to fourth Grade science students last week. A this is the first year for the program so i realty Wasny to sure what to expect. They really by have to cram a lot into the time you have. Next year id like to do a Little More prep work with my the students were aptly attentive sometimes eager and Squirmy the next. Tary. Conceivably she j at Northwest High school a son at Colerain High school and two boys at pleasant run Middle school. A it would be All out War a she said. A my House would be a Battlefield. I can to have my kids spread out All Over the parents who have extenuating circumstances or problems with the Taylor area change will be dealt with by the school Board on a Case by Case basis. Call superintendent Russell Sammons at 923-1000 to be put on the Agenda to meet with the Board. Sammons said the staff will begin preparing for the changes next week at District in service program. Open houses and other programs to help students make adjustments to the changes will be planned for later this year. Judge orders one More Effort to Settle View place lawsuit with a trial Date set for Jan. 30, a last attempt at settling a $300,000 lawsuit Between Springfield township neighbors is scheduled for today Jan. 11. Tim Burke attorney for the 10 litigants said judge Robert Gorman Pany be redrafted to eliminate bal Fields on a 28-acre site bought by Kokosinc to excavate dirt for Cross county Highway. Has ordered lawyers to appear to ble mediation. Burkes discuss possible have failed. The Battle Over bal Fields has been civic association and its former president and vice president Joe Wolke and Dan Hummer. Filed in december 1987, the suit also be re that an Adf Aamont Phi Aan ten float Uitti Cui a Miccu Ilch Puciw Cecii wic vipa and Kokosinc construction com waging Between View place and Rensselaer Park residents since the contract was signed in 1987. Residents and the Rensselaer Park civic association have fought to have the entire site reforested and left As a nature preserve

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