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Hilltop News Press (Newspaper) - November 19, 1986, Cincinnati, OhioO o 35 cents us m u o u j it i u a. O or if o h a it d to i a it o u a o o n Folt x a a 5 us a o it Al it d a d o a i o v Ishop news pre scr Vins Brentwood col left if ill f Finneytown Forest Park Greenhills it. Airy it. Healthy new Burlinston North collese Hill Springfield two. Vol. 68, no. 44 two sections 22 pages wednesday nov. 19, 1986 should do persons whose last names begin with the letter s must have renewed their License plates of stickers by Midnight of the last Day of this month. License plates or stickers can be purchased at the following offices of the Ohio Bureau of motor vehicles a Brentwood Finneytown office 936 North Bend Road hours 9 . Mondays through thursdays 9 .-8 . Fridays and 9 . Tur Days. A it. Healthy office 7604 Hamilton ave., hours 10 .-5 . Weekdays and 10 . Saturdays. You can attend clergy and a ple from seven congregations in College Hill North College Hie and West Corege Hie Wie j oin together for an ecumenical service thanksgiving eve at Grace episcopal Church Hamilton and Belmont avenues Corege Hie. The 7 30 . Service is sponsored by the Corege Hie minister rim with the Rev. Wiliam Lowery College Hill United presbyterian Church speaking. O ther clergy participating Wie be the revs. John Civilee Edward Covey Geral of Conner Larry Pigg Wiliam Reter and Wiedie Strayhor. B. Lyric Tenor and Cantor David Montefiore Wel present a program of cantorial Israel yiddish and operatic selections in the opening concert of the 1986-87 jewish culture series nov. 23, 7 30 . At the jewish Community Center 1580 Summit Road Roselawn. For More information cae 761-7500. A Providence hospitals pro health Center Wel offer additional super senior exercise classes beginning dec. 2. Classes Wie be every tuesday and thursday from 8 30-9 15 . At the Hospital. Exercises Are specific Aey designed fro adults aged 55 years and older. Cae 853-5020 for information. A the it. Healthy band boosters Wel have their annual Spaghetti supper nov. 22 from 4-7 30 . In the Rugh a drool cafeteria. Banos from the Junior i spar Kette drive team and High school band will provide the entertainment. We re proud of North Corege Hie resident David Stein has returned Home after a two year Mission in Mexico for the Church of Jesus Christ of latter Day saints. A 1983 graduate of Nch Stein is the son of Den of meows. He Wel Enroe at the University of Cincinnati in january. This May help kick the stress habit with a two Day mini seminar sponsored by Providence Hospital dec. 2-3 from 10 15-11 15 . Cost is $5 and the seminar Wie be in classroom 2a at the Hospital 2446 Kipling ave. Cae 853-5020 or 853-5113 for Imor mation. And other. The boys and girls Greenelsh school basketball teams Wel have their second annual shoot Othon to raise Money for mothers against drunk driving dec. 13. To nor one of the players Contact Earl Edmonds. Green hels head Baske bae coach at 825-7662. The fund Raiser is in memo of Chuck Weder Captai i of the team in 1977 who was kneed two years ago by a Drunken Driver. Can you help the it. Healthy Volunteer fire department is seeking residents to he staff the department. Cae 931-8840 for further information about volunteering. This and worked d. Doe of Sayler Park advertised to see a movie projector in our classify Ca Tion no. 460 bargain Mart. D. Doe sold the projector within three a ilk when when the and appeared in a 18 of our Cincinnati suburban press newspapers. If you want fast results place your and in suburban classifieds by calling one of our helpful advisers at �81-7777. City rounding up tax dodgers by hold Fallon staff reporter North Corege Hie is again cracking Down on residents who failed to either pay or fee income tax returns dating Back As far As 1982. The Cey periodically attempts to round up offenders hoping to get the Money due to fund City services. At a trial nov. 10, Only 71 of the 116 people summoned to court appeared. According to tax administrator Bob Mardis me court was Able to co elect $8,549.57 in Back taxes. Those who failed to appear face possible arrest. Certified letters were sent to a of the delinquent tax payers. Somp were refused others apparently ignored. This Isnit the first notice they be gotten that the City wants its Money. A we try very hard to keep this out of court a Mardis said. A a we be made at least two. Contacts prior to this Post but people have not bothered to respond to our if the reason people done to file or pay their income taxes is because of financial hardship Mardis said his office m,.akes provisions to spread ,3mnents out Over a Given period of time. A a we re hot in the finance business but Well definitely work with people a Mardis said. With three employees in the City a tax office tracking Down delinquent tax payers is a difficult task. Mardis said his staff uses county and City records even Church bulletins to Trace current or former residents. Next year the tax office will be compute ended which will make the Job easier. New residents Are sent a form letter which explains the City a quarterly tax system. An ordinance requires apartment building owners to notify the City of new tenants. A a a we stress to people that we can to eve on one paycheck a year any More than they could a Mardis said. A a that a the reason for the quarterly estimation Mike Bowen press staff Affton Yoars at the drawing Board Bill Stanke off Greenhills has perfected and is now marketing his Black strap Oil fitter remover. Selenke is president of the greater Cincinnati inventor s club. Inventor marketing is key being an inventor is a lot More com Pec Steid than just seeing a need and ful my it. There Are patents copyrights research and endless hours at the drawing Board perfecting an idea. Then comes the hard part marketing. A there Are far More mistakes than successes a said Bie Selenke president of the greater Cincinnati inventors club. A people can avoid a lot of the problems by just talking to other pome getting a disinterested o Pini on and Gettig exposure to their Selenke Green hels knows firsthand the frustrations of taking his product to Market. After years at the drawing Board Selenke is now taking his Black strap of Futer remover tool on the Road and to stores. A the Rhain function of our club is to present information to our members it More importantly to pro forum to have ideas and product lid of the 33-m provide a to critiqued a Selenke said of the 33-member event or a club. A networking is very important. Its probably the most important aspect of our drawing from residents scattered around the Cincinnati area As wee As Kentucky and Indiana the inventors club has been meeting regularly at the Cincinnati College. See Nike said the site May change but the intent wont. Just having a great new idea does no to guarantee Success for its inventor. According to Selenke working through the Maze of Laws and marketing can often discourage even the most determined inventor. The club helps to Enk members with professionals in the appropriate Fields and attorneys Well versed in Patent Law to eliminate unnecessary and time consuming roadblocks. Al cog with his Oil filter tool Selenke is Worth no on several different medical instruments. When he a not working at Home on is inventions Selenke is at general Hospital where he puts is doctorate degree in physiology to use in the Hospital lab. Please see key a13 and payment schedule. The City needs that Money to with a substantial amount of Money in Back taxes still owed. Mardis said is office will continue its attempt to bang the delinquent tax payer and is Check Book to court. If any of the residents on is est have died during the interim Mardis said it would de and on the total amount owed whether is office would consider pursuing the Case. Of the 71 people who appeared before mayor Dan Brooks last week the average Fine was $25 plus court costs of $23. Failing to file or pay income tax carries a possible $1,000 Fine and maximum six month jail term. Deaths ruled murder suicide the motive remains a mystery but it. Healthy police and Hamilton county Park rangers have finally ruled that the oct. 5 murder of 76-year-old Carleen Moore and a rowing death of her upstairs neighbor Juameta Miller is a murder suicide. Piece and rangers received the results of lab tests from the Hamilton county coroners office nov. 13. Moore a body was found in her ground floor apartment at 1964 Compton Road after Millers car was pulled from Winton Woods Lake. Moore had been stabbed numerous times and according to det. Sgt. A1 Schaefer a knife Bee eved to be the murder weapon was found in her apartment. A note a look in Wyton Woods Lake was found in Mike re a apartment. A a we a never know Why it happened a so Baeyer said. Apparently it was an argument that just turned violent but were never according to sgt. Greg Smith of the Park District rangers mixer had a superficial cuts on her hands and face Wimch he said resulted a from the struggle with the other Miller 35, was described by Smith As being a emotionally distraught for a month prior to the incident. A she apparently did no to Bee eve her life was Worth living an Miore for whatever reason a Smith said. Regulations aimed at safety by Heidi Fallon staff reporter recent state Legi Tion aimed at reducing a Biety risks is having a definite effect on area fire departments. Along with mandating the use of seat belts new regulations ban firefighters from Riding on the running boards and on the backs of trucks in route to fires. A it jul definitely Cut Down on our response time a it. Healthy a assistant chef Gene Reichert said. A a in a estimate at least t to to three both Reichert and Northern Hills fire chef Greg Merz agree the Laws intent is Good. A i have no problem with it a Merz said. A a it a for the firemen a own safety. We be been enforcing the seat Belt Law Smice it went into effect for All motorists last being in seat belts Means that firefighters Wel no longer be Able to dress in route or be ame to Wear the Scott air pack equipment in the trucks. It Wel also reduce the number. Of firefighters on Hoard. A in our Case were be Able to have 13 men in three trucks a Reichert said. A the rest Wie go with the life squad or in Thek own cars but were try to keep the number of cars Down to avoid traffic Merz said is equipment can accommodate a maximum of five per truck Wimch includes two in the jump seats. The jump seats Wel have to be equipped with restraining Gate bars. A a a of our older equipment Wie have to be Retro fitted a Merz said. Reichert said he is in the process of pricing the required safety restraints for jump seats and seat belts. Wale the new $150,000 fire truck Wie be equipped de very of that truck is being delayed because of a strike at the Sut phen company. Merz said current a turnout gear Gui Deenes by the natio Nal fireman a Protection association Wim also be changed by the new state standards. Those guidelines will ensure that firefighters Are Totvey a a enveloped Merz said. A a we re i of King at about $500 pc r Man for upgrading the gear a Merz said. A we currently have 45 in the department but we have five years to Merz added that could mean is department will have to submit a tax Levy to Springfield town sep voters to cover the additional expenditure. Like it. Healthy Merz said is Dep ment has a been Lucky that no firefighter has been injured Riding on the backs and sides of equipment. Failing to comply with the regulations Means fire departments risk not Only Mariety suits but also loss of insurance a co verage. A if you done to Freow the guidelines you re subject to losing Workman a compensation and Hospital claims a Merz said. A a there a been so much a Biety talk and people getting sued that its almost a Welcome reef to be Given the authority to Force the men to borrow now buy later by Pat Harold staff reporter it two area businesses have developed a program that gives Home buyers the o option of getting credit approval before they even look at houses on the Market. . Casper realtors Wyoming and Blue Ash Montgomery and business menus Federal downtown Cincinnati and Finneytown have joined forces to sponsor tvs new approach to Home Byumg and financing. Designated a loan approval first a the concept is a reversal of the accepted american practice of first pm Ding a Home to buy then applying for a loan with a lending institution to finance the Purchase of the Home. Please see Eor Eow a13 Ybur Index anniversaries Beverly Nye. Births business. .a10 .a2 .a10 aft classified ads. B1 deaths._______a14 de Rothenberg. A engagements. A. A10 events a3 meetings. A. A13 police reports. .a4 sports. A7 viewpoints ___________________________________.a12 weddings All news. Phone 661 -8352 Cir Talton phone 542-9 4 74 ads. Phone 681,-94t 1 one of the family of 18 Cincinnati suburban press newspapers

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