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Hilltop News Press (Newspaper) - November 26, 1986, Cincinnati, OhioHotop news press so fing Brentwood collese Hill finn Cytowic Forest Park Greenhills my. Airy it. He Alliy new Burlinston North Colless Hill Springfield twp. 35 cents t u x it o t 1�m, och will Pic a a twi Mowid vol. 68, no. 45 three sections 36 pages wednesday nov. 26, 1986 so Brit ii we re proud of College Hill resident Sara Friedrich Meyer was honoured at a recent reception by the University of Cincinnati literary Guild and alumni association. A member of the Raymond Walters College faculty Friedrich Meyer was among the staff of authors and editors cited for recognition. A students of Earl Brafford and jewel Brooks of Henderson music co. Participated in a piano and Organ recital at St. Paul a United Church of Christ. Those Apt caring were Jamie Mcbride Kristen Koch Jimmy finkelmeier Danielle Petit Stuart Branscum Mike Koeber Kevin Mcbride Heather Edwards Hope Finney Cindy Snapp Karen Clemons Kelly Corso Damianne Scott Tiffany Jones Amy slay Lisa Frederick Tracey Corso dough Heimkreiter Nicole Petit Paul Jones Carissa Dimaculangan Steven Arnold Kim codling Kim Chapman Kelly Koch Tia Biere Brenda Beckner Lydia Jarrett Marcy Dossen Back Bronwyn Emerson Shonda Mcfarland Lim Cornelius David Hasson Molly Rumpke Jason Dimaculangan Thomas Hiland Linda Strong and Devon Biere. You can attend the it. Healthy High school Art club will have a Christmas boutique dec. 6 from 9 . To 3 . In the High school gym 2046 Adams Road. Students will have a variety of gift and Craft items for Sale with proceeds going to the club. A an alternative Christmas Bazaar will feature music and singing and a variety of crafts dec. 7 from 2-9 . At the new Jerusalem Community 745 Derby Avenue. Call 542-7599. A ursuline Academy a thespians will present two one act plays dec. 4-6 at 8 . In the school theater. Included in the cast of a chamber music will be Michele Schick Greenhills and Wendy Muse it. Healthy. Featured in a the open windows will be Platt Greenhills. Call 791-5794 for ticket information. A Christmas at Cary cottage 7000 Hamilton ave., will be celebrated dec. 7 with an on House from 1-4 . Tie cottage will be decorated in the style of 1832 and the gift shop at the Clove Mook Home for the Blind will also be open. Call 522-3860. This May help a Tov lib Raiv for developmentally delayed or disabled children is a free service available top its at the children a Hospital medical Center in the Pavilion building. Staffed by volunteers and relying on donations the lending Library enables children to have toys to Aid development of Fine and Gross motor skills. Call 559-4626. Official the City of Cincinnati announces that due to the thanksgiving Holiday All collection of household waste win be one Day later for the balance of the week. A the it. Healthy Community television presents a Christmas open House at me following times on Warner Public assess Channel 10 nov. 29 at 10 ., nov. 30 at 4 30 ., dec. 1 at 10 ., dec. 2 at 7 30 . And 3 30 ., dec. 4 at 3 30 ., dec. 5 at 10 . And dec. 6 at 9 . Can you help the Hamilton county Park District will conduct its annul so Winter Bird this and worked j. Whitaker of Lawrenceburg advertised a lot in hidden Valley Lake for Sale in our lots and acreage classification no. 112. J. Whitaker received a millions of cells a he said after his and appeared in ail 18 of our Cincinnati suburban presses. H you want a fantastic results place your and in our suburban classifieds by cafe iii one m our Friendly and Sers at Bill Kuhlmann stands on a foot Bridga in Ona of tha Many gardens at Arlington Mamor Lal ardans. Kuhlmann rat iras Usa 30u0ebs/press staff after 22 years with Arlington next month and will Trada his Job As Maln Tanana Cupar visor for hit first Lova a farming. Groundskeeper plans to retire by Heidi Fallon staff reporter after 22 years with Arlington memorial gardens Bill Kuhlmann has heard All the jokes about his profession. Starting out As a Gravedigger Kuhlmann has enjoyed seeing Peoples reaction to his occupation Over the years almost As much As he a enjoyed the work. A if i have to work for a living this is As Good As anything i guess a Kuhlmann said. A i enjoy working Kuhlmann who will turn 62 in january is retiring next month and will be replaced by Bob Hunter. Bom and raised on a farm in Finneytown Kuhlmann now lives on a 155-acre farm near m Billville. Once he retires. Kuhlmann plans to devote All of his time to farming. A i always planned on just farming for a living a he said. A things got so bad economically i was forced to Seu off most e very thug and then i stir had a 12,200 feed Biu to pay. I tried working in a factory for a while but 1 like to died Side Al the his part time profession has led my to Comet antique farm machinery. Kuhlmann Hopes to have the time now to restore a couple of tractors he a had in storage. Preparing burial Sites has been just part of Kuhlmannm a Job. He has been supervisor of grounds maintenance for the last 12 years in charge of 12 employees who keep the 110 developed acres trimmed mowed raked and . A a its also part of the Job to m get the or families to the appropriate site a he said. Kuhlmann has vivid memories of two such occasions. A i think the Saddest funeral was the Ruppert family a he said referring to the 1975 a Aster murders of a Hamilton family a rare we re 11 the burial of Iron horseman Leader Eon Shelton also in 1975 is another of is More interesting recollections. A there were motorcycles All Over the place a he said. A it just happened that Mother me v1 when Kuhlmann started working at also luckily motorcycle gang member was being buried Here the same Day. Ily they were Arlington about 400 people were interred there annually. Last year alone he sled v that a a a grave is Chan Ces Are 5t year helped with 893 burials. If you Tell my he s already heard it a. Hun dred. Times. Study of flooding completed a $32,000 engineering study examining How to Correct flooding in Springfield town sep and specifically the Valleydale area has been completed and will be presented to Hamilton county Board of commissioners tvs week. No information the re port will be released until commissioners have a Chance to study the recommendations. According to Gary Van Hart Hamilton county Public works department the Cost of the report was shared by the county and City of Cincinnati. The study which Van Hart said was initiated at the insistence of value Dale residents examines the flooding m the Cilley Creek and Congress run areas. Members of the value Dale action committee demanded an engineering study be done before the Rural zoning Board approved a $17-million i. For a a. Clair co is. . Voiced Thek co Icem at hearings last Spring that the construction of additional housing on the 2s-acre site would add to the drainage problems. A we Hope that the study win reveal the problems and take Steps to Correct them a said Karmeen la whom of the vac. A a we be stated Many times that we weren to of posed to the development As such jul omy add to the surface Runoff problems until measures Are taken Mark Bowel press staff Why me a you mean i have to eat peas a Jason Castleberry wonders whether Good manners can possibly be Worth All of this trouble. He is in a six week Clase to teem the ropes of everyday etiquette. Story and photos on Page a a. Magnet program May have to be Cut by held Fallon staff reporter unless the Green Mlls Forest Park Board of education can come up with a Way to fund the Magnet school programs the existing five programs we be phased out at the end of tvs school year. Board me m bars voted. Nov. 17 not to proceed with a $1.5-million Federal mat school Grant request Wimch word have ended the program to a of the districts 10 schools. Currently the alternative programs Are offered at Beechwoods Lakeside Kemper Heights and Forest View element Aries and Forest Park Middle school. Please see Magnet a15 your Index Bav Orty nya. Classified ads.-. Deaths. De Rothanburg a. .a12 eng agayants. Evants. .a12 matings. All Nita Baat. .c8 Polica reports. .a6 sports. Viewpoints. Weddings. Ink two. Phona 661-8362 orc Letton. Ali one 542-0474 of stay ads. Phone 681-9471 classified ads phone 681-7777 to Correct the Overtu another concern of residents of that area is the Cross county Highway. A now that the state is moving ground for the Cross county we want to know what win. Happen to the run off water in that area a la whom. Said. the of out the to in sep has been a cont Muing problem for government officials and residents. Carl Abel jr., chairperson of the apr in eld town sep Board of trustees blames ind uate and antiquated storm and sanitary sewer systems and on going development. Please see study a15 Nch Council oks Money for Cruiser the no rth College Hill City Council voted at its nov. 17 meeting to suspend second and third readings of an ordinance to refurbish one of the City a police cruisers. The Cruiser a 1983 Ford will be refurbished by police cruisers inc. For about $5,500. In other business an ordinance redefining a a driveway in the City As a every Way or place in private owner sep being led to by a separately constructed solid apron from the Street and used for vehicular travel by the owner and those having expressed or implied permission from me owner but not by other persons. A the existing ordinance will be repealed. The new definition is in response to problems arising after a citizen designated a portion of is Yard As is driveway even thou there was no actual construction of one per be. Collections Here a a Friendly reminder that tvs week is collection week for the newspaper carriers. Within the next seven to 10 Days they will be knocking on your door collecting for their delivery service. The Money they collect from you is an Impo a Tant supp Lement to the income. Both when you pay your $1, you win receive a Coupon entitling 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. If you appreciate our paper and your delivery 1 been up to Par please pay your Carrier. You can to lose. Tvs month we Salute Beth Franklin for Bein one of our waterbed winners. Beth delivers on Betta Sunrise Clover View. Gamma Arundel and san fan. Hilltop news press the circulation dept. Plebe see Wka Pup a16 gift Quie inside this week. This weeks paper includes the to a Christmas gift guide special Section. You la find lots of letters from area children to Santa As Well As helpful advice for the Holiday season. Enjoy one off the family off 18 Cincinnati suburban press newspapers

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