Read an issue on 9 Nov 1988 in Cincinnati, Ohio and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Hilltop News Press.
We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 9 Nov 1988 Hilltop News Press in Cincinnati, Ohio. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.
Hilltop News Press (Newspaper) - November 9, 1988, Cincinnati, OhioHilltop news press a wednesday nov.�, 1988 a3 police theft a Kentucky woman reported theft of Cash from vehicle parked on Winton Road oct. 26. Orosi sexual imposition a North Hill lome woman reported oct. 26. Theft a Zaire. 8421 Winton Rood reported theft of $18.99 in merchandise oct. 27 theft a United Dairy Farmers 8593 Winton Road repeated theft of $5 in gasoline oct. 27. Theft a Zaire. 8421 Winton Road reported theft of $200 in merchandise oct 27 assault a Eastgate drive Man reported oct. 27. Menacing a North Bend Road Man reported oct. 28. Theft a Zaire a a 8421 Winton Road reported theft of $33 in merchandise oct. 28. Theft a grand Avenue Man reported theft of radio and radar Detector oct. 28. Aggravated burglary a Hamilton Avenue Man reported oct. 29. Aggravated burglary a pleasant run drive woman reported theft of Var and tapes oct. 27. Theft a United Dairy banners 11866 Hamilton ave., reported heft of $6.31 in gasoline oct. 30. Theft a Marie Lane woman reported a it of radar Detector oct. 30. Theft a United Dairy banners. 11866 Hamilton ave., reported theft of $8.15 in merchandise oct. 30. Theft a United Dairy Farmers. 11866 Hamilton theft of $38 in gasoline oct. 30. Criminal damaging a Bells Lane Man reported damage to vehicle oct 30. Criminal damaging a Gertrude Lane Man reported damage to vehicle oct. 30. Criminal damaging a Roxanna drive Man reported damage to vehicle oct. 30. Breaking and entering a Ohio. 6964 Winton Road reported oct. 30. Criminal damaging a West Galbraith Road Man reported damage to vehicle oct. 30. Theft a twin Ridge drive woman reported damage to table oct. 29. Domestic violence a Maple Hill drive woman reported oct. 29. Aggravated burglary a Desoto drive woman reported oct. 28. Criminal mischief a storm drive Man reported damage to new Burlington fire department equipment oct. 27. Criminal damaging a Dun Raven drive woman reported damage to vehicle oct. 29. Theft a Kroger 8685 Winton Road reported theft of $21.14 in merchandise oct. 29. Criminal damaging a Cincinnati recreation commission. 10965 apr Spring Fjeld township the following information was provided by the Springfield township police department. Paul Huffman. Chief. Arre Sis i arrant a Bonneville drive woman arrested oct 26. Aggravated robbery a Hebron drive Man arrested oct. 26. Open Container a Summit Road Man arrested oct. 26. Carrying concealed weapon a riveria drive Man arrested oct. 27. Theft a Beldare drive Man arrested oct. 2j8. Driving under the influence a North 20th ave Roan arrested oct. <29. Theft a Winnesta drive Man arrested oct. 29. Criminal damaging Lanny Lane Man arrested oct. 30 driving under the influence a a aquarius drive Man arrested nov. 1. Investigations theft a United Dairy Farmers 8593 Winton Road reported theft of $7.05 in gasoline oct. 25 theft a Zaire. 8421 Winton Road reported theft of $75.96 in merchandise oct. 24. Theft a Cabot drive Man i sorted theft of $65 handgun oct. 24. Theft a Billcliff Street Man reported theft of radar Detector oct. 24. Menacing a Smiley Avenue Man reported oct. 24. Passing bad checks a a humberts meats 9159 Winton Road reported oct. 25. Telephone harassment a Winton Road woman reported oct. 25. Assault a Roosevelt drive woman reported oct. 25. Telephone harassment a Pleasanthill drive Man reported oct. 25. Theft a Sta Burn drive woman reported theft of jewel oct. 25, assault a Blu Gate drive woman reported oct. 26. Theft a video wave 10952 Hamilton ave., reported theft of $80 tape oct. 26. Criminal damaging a Bobolink drive woman reported damage to window oct. 25. Theft a Mason Man reported theft of radar Detector and stereo equipment from vehicle parked on Winton Road oct. 26. Theft a Balboa drive Man reported theft of wheel covers oct. 26. Theft a Harrison Man reported theft of stereo and damage to vehicle oct. 26. Breaking and entering a Frost elementary school 2065 Mist Hill drive reported oct. 23. Theft a Hammersmith Lane Man reported theft of radar Detector from vehicle parked on North Bend Road oct. 26. Kunkel resigns seat on Nch City Counce North College Hill City Cotin a Cilus sole Republican resigned nov. 7, effective dec. 31. After nearly a dozen years on Council Charlotte Kunkel said she a leaving because a another chapter in my life is beginning. Kunkel was elected to Council in 1978 and has served three terms As Council president. Council approved rezoning of nearly three acres at 2083 w. Galbraith Road to allow development of a 10-unit condominium project. Priced in the $145,000 Price Range the project is being developed by Weber and company with the City a building inspector Dan Wendel acting As project architect. While a resident urged Council a to reconsider plans to change the current earnings tax Council passed second Reading of the two ordinances. Third and final \ Reading is expected at the nov. 21 meeting. Grace Smith questioned Council about raises Given to City administrators. Councilman Nick link said Council is attempting a to Inch the safety service director s salary higher so that he makes More than any subordinate. When asked about the 8-percent increase Given the administrative Secretary link said the position has few a a Perks and fringe benefits. Councilman Joe Tucker was asked about his voting for the wage Resolution since his wife is the administrative Secretary. Smith was told her charge of conflict of interest was her per Sonal opinion. Pam Kihm urged Council not to put an operating Levy on the same ballot As the school Levy. Link said he a been told the school Board will put a Levy on the february ballot. He said the City would not attempt another Levy at the same time. Filling a need learning by doing was the result of a recent it. Healthy High school Industrial arts club project. The club was asked by the school s athletic department to build two ticket Booths at the football Field and completed both before the Homecoming game. Under the leadership of club sponsors Ray Hughes and Bill Kusel students gain first hand experience through such service projects As Well As raising funds to Purchase awards. Pictured from left kneeling is John Morgan Rob Adams standing Jim Ludwyck Craig Meyer Tony Livingood Kris Davis Amy Rivera Steve Owens and Andy Miller. Please see police a8 when Job Hunting do nursing Homes scare you hours wont Mour nursing Homes and retirement communities provide health care settings for our elderly neighbors that Are cheerful. Bright. Clean. And in your neighbourhood our employees Are helping the elderly from All walks of life to when they need it. A wide variety of Safe and Loving offer a Good place to live and work this message sponsored by the an association of unrelated Homes serving the aged in it. Airy College Hill North College Hill and it. Healthy limited time Only the provident Bank is offering 2, 3, 4, and 5 year cd a that not Only earn High yields but also pay Cash >9fllh� up front act now to get your Cash Bonus and lock in High yields. Interest is compounded continuously and paid monthly or quarterly. To Poco your cd visit your neatest provident Branch. Your Cash Bonus Check will be mailed within ten Days after receipt of Deposit. Race quoted Ere subject to cheap Radii rate paid on it our cd will be the rate in effect on Date application u received by Bank. A minimum depot $5 ,000, maximum Deposit $100,000 a Oder mar be withdrawn without prior notice. A Kif a Iima i afria a ski Arm or. Tjw Niril Ipin up rvs by incl Vir iti to run Beec Knoll Community 6550 Hamilton ave. Call Rob Snyder 522-5516 cl0vern00k nursing Center 7025 Clove Nook 522-2033 Daly Parke 6300 Daly Road 542-6800 Eastern Star Home 1630 w. North Bend re. Call Jackie Nugent 542-6464 Llanfair retirement Community 1701 Llanfair Judy Sweeney 681-4230 Manor care nursing Center 2250 Banning re. 591-0400 it. Healthy Christian Center 8097 Hamilton ave. Call june Smith 931-5000 twin towers 5343 Hamilton ave. 853-2000�no�kfetftbonk
Search the Hilltop News Press Today
with a Free Trial
We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research.
With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.