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Hilltop News Press (Newspaper) - October 1, 1986, Cincinnati, OhioMy i 35 cents by you a t o i i t so grins Brentwood Coll Hiil Pinna town Forest Park Greenhills it. Airy it. Healt Liy new Burlinston North College Hill Springfield twp. O a a r o it y the Rev. Ian Letich evangelist and Bible teacher from Scotland will conduct a series of meetings oct. 5-11 at the first Baptist Church 11195 Winton Road Greenhills. Sunday services Are 8 30 ., 11 And 6 . Oct. 6-8. Rev. Letich will speak at 7 30 . An Ali teens night and ice Cream social will be oct. 9 and a Friendship banquet oct. 10 at 7 . Call the Church at 825-3722. A St. Vivians Pat will have a Spaghetti dinner oct. 5 from 12 30-7 30 . In the school cafeteria 7600 Winton Road Finneytown. Bring containers for carryout that will be available. Call 522-6858. B the pvt. Charles Galley Post 7340�?Ts annual Turkey shoots will be at the Post 8326 Brownway Lane North College Hill sept. 28, oct. 5, oct. 12, oct. 19, oct. 26 and nov. 2. Shoots Vdell be from 10 To 5 . Can you help twin towers retirement Community 5343 Hamilton ave., College Hill is seeking volunteers 14 years old and older to assist with crafts working in groups or one on one. Opportunities Are available to conduct saturday afternoon games and visits As sting with residents shopping and fixing personal and household items. For More information Call 853-2052 or 853-2000 9 To 5 . Weekdays. A the Cincinnati police division is seeking male purebred dogs Between one and two years old to begin training a new class of canine teams. German shepherds Are the Breed of Choice but police officials said other la a purebred dogs considered. The dogs must he physically fat and even tempered. For further information about donating a dog Call the special operations once 352-3511, Between 9 And 4 . Weekdays. We re proud of Greenhills Middle school teachers fran Goode and Barbara Schnitzer have been named Martha Holden Jennies foundation scholars. In recognition of their outstanding classroom performance Goode and Schnitzer will participate in the scholar lecture teries throughout the school year. The two teachers were nominated by Greenhills Forest Park superintendent or. Robert Kreiner for the award which is Given to 400 outstand Uig teachers in Southwest Ohio. A Melissa Flaugher Millbrook drive Spain Gfa eld township will have her prize winning photograph featured in the 1986 Scholastic Kodak awards in new York r won a Kodak medallion of award in the nationwide Junior and senior High school Competition. Should do oct. 6 is the last Day to Register to vote in the november election. Mail in registrations and changes in re Stra Tion May be made to the Hamilton county Board of elections 622 Sycamore St. Registration can also be done at the Bureau of motor vehicle registration offices 936 w. North Bend Road Finneytown and 7604 Hamilton ave., it. Healthy and most area Public schools Day and township administration offices. Board of election officials will also conduct registration at Northgate mall oct. 3-4 freon 1-6 . And oct. 6 from 1-9 . For information Call 632-7000. And other. Fathers for equal rights citizens for divorce Reform my have a meeting oct. 14 at 7 30 . In room 210 of the Greenhills con Unity Church win Tim and Cromwell roads the topic will be child support Laws visit is and joint custody. Call 829-3509. This and worked t. Kline of Bridgetown advertised an apartment for rent in our Ito. 200, a a apart cents in Kune received response the first Day the Adai geared in All 18 of our press newspapers. If you want last and effective results like t. Kune and in us Burma press by calling it serial one of 681-7777. Our helpful and m ngh to ree tved vol. 68, no. 37 two sections 26 pages wednesday. Oct. 1, 1986 it. Healthy reviews sign Law by Heidi Failon staff reporter it. Healthy City Council is in the process of reviewing the City a com Merical sign ordinance for possible revisions. During a work session sept. 23. Council met with business association representatives to discuss the need for changes to make the ordinance less confusing and More easily enforced by the City a building inspector. The present system gives the City a planning commission authority to review All new business sign proposals and act on variance requests. Its the building inspectors responsibility to see that All signs comply with the ordinance. That jul not be changed. What May be changed is the wording. Being debated is the interpretation regarding what actually constitutes a commercial sign. Clouding the Issue is whether the Structure holding a sign is actually part of that sign. At the Center of the controversy is the sign at the new St. Vincent de Paul resale shop on Hamilton Avenue. Council president Robert Perez said that sign is not Only out of compliance but constitutes a safety Hazard. He said the sign is made of a heavy a rackets. It and supported by Rusty hangs Over the sidewalk and if it fell or blow Down could easily injure someone the current ordinance states that an out of compliance sign erected prior to the 1981 on finance May not be replaced altered or rebuilt without bringing the entire sign into compliance. Another Section of the ordinance states that no sign May be placed Over toe right of a sidewalk or Street Perez said. Commercial signs for businesses that have become a a obsolete must also be removed within 60 Days and the sign Structure removed within one year. A there Are easily three or four other signs in it. Healthy that clearly do not comply with the ordinance a Perez said. A if we can to enforce the ordinance there a no motivation for business owners to please see sign a-16 Forest Park woman ready to see world by Heidi Fallon staff reporter Usa 9ou0�,r8/pre8s staff allot Scholz Forest perk said ahem a Elway con Eldered the Forest perk Long plane on leaving her a a office behind to dining room table her office. The newly retired editor of travel with her husband Charles. Alice Scholz has traded in her press card for a passport. Instead of facing deadlines Holz is looking Forward to travelling toe Globe with her husband Charles. Scholz a 10-year resident of Forest Park recently retired from her Post As editor of Forest Park living. She was the first editor of the monthly Magazine. Scholz was also the first editor of the Pic of the Park Community newsletter. Claiming she a never been truly career oriented. Scholz managed to Combine journalism with raising the couples seven children. A a in be been in journalism All my life one Way or Scholz said. A a in be thoroughly enjoyed everything in be done. I change a minute of fresh out of Case Western Reserve College Scholz landed her first Job As assistant foods editor at the Cleveland Plain dealer. She helped run the papers test Kitchen trying out new recipes and perfecting old ones. Scholz also manned a phone in line. A one Day this Man called washing to know How to kill and Cook a Turtle a Scholz said. A this Wasny to the kind of information you generally have at your please see world a-16 High Speed Chase ends in arrest a High Speed Pursuit involving three police departments ended in the arrest of Timothy Clifford 21,2853 Wheatfield drive Colerain township. Clifford is faced with a total of 10 different charges from the three departments. North College Hiu pm a. Paul Toth clocked Cliffon travelling 52 mph in a 25 mph zone on a motorcycle shortly after Midnight sept. 21. It. Healthy police joined in toe Chase when Clifford proceed North on Hamilton Avenue. Able to Speed past a Road Block on Harrison Avenue in it. Healthy Clif Ford turned West onto Adams Road. Hamilton county sheriffs deputies also responded to assist. According to the police reports Clifford reached a Speed of 100 mph during the Pursuit. Clifford cradled his 1982 Kawasaki motorcycle into a Telephone pole at the Niagara Avenue and pippin Road intersection but escaped on foot. Sheriffs deputies arrested Clifford at about 5 30 At his Home. Before being taken int custody Clifford reportedly tried to Tell police his motorcycle had in stolen. North College Hill charged Clifford ment charged Clifford with operation of a i with speeding reckless operation and fleeing and eluding police. It. Healthy charged him with fleeing and eluding police and reckless operation of a motor vehicle. The sheriffs depart Kless motor vehicle failure to up assured Clear distance resisting arrest leaving the scene of an Accident and is lure to Stop for a police officer. Clifford received Only minor abrasions from the crash. Pal. Toth suffered injuries during a search at Cliffords Home. Your newspaper wears a new look Douglas e. Send hugs Welcome to part one of the redesign for the Multop news press. Obviously you have already noted our expanded use of color and the somewhat a a different look of your Community newspaper. The size and style of typeface used for letters of the headlines and the news stories have been changed to make the newspaper easier to read. The most is Gimant modification can be found in the nameplate at the top of the Page. In addition to redesigning the nameplate Type we be added the word but done to be alarmed. The Hautop news press will be just As local As by Ore. The name was changed because the Hautop nem press Hemm to a group of 18 newspapers a published by Cin Annati suburban press inc. All 18 newspapers Are Publ died specifically for individual communities in Hamilton counties. Individually your newspaper concentrates on information about your Community. Its advertising provides information about goods and services you May and locally. Adding the word a a press to each of our newspapers helps explain to our advertisers that we Are a a family of newspapers a flexible enough to meet their needs. Advertisers can use our newspapers to help sell their goods in to go just one or up to 18 different locales. The total circulation of our 18 an associate professor in the department of journalism at the University of Florida Gainesville. Stapler is a charter member of the society of newspaper design a group which formed m 1979 Aner editors began to discover that proper packaging and design of newspapers enhanced their readability. He also came to us with 11 years of experience in owning and managing a group of newspapers in East Lansing. Mich. Newspapers is 260,000, which compares favourably with the two major newspapers serving the metropolitan Market. Again the name change will not affect our coverage of local news events and local people. This is part one of a number of planned changes and within the next few weeks ill be writing additional columns to explain the changes and Why. The changes this week see Page a3 for details and those to come Are the result of letters phone Calls and personal visits readers have made to our offices. Tills feedback resulted in a commitment by our company to gain data and to hire a proves after getting much input from our i design committee. House design committee. Stapler designed a prototype and shared it with most our Cincinati suburban press employees. What you see today is the final word on Page 1. I Welcome your comments As we proceed with our new look. Send them to Doug Sandhage Cincinnati suburban press 1329 Arlington St., Cincinnati 45225. Clermont and Butler signal design consultant for advice. Hie designer is Harry stapler now Douds e. Sandhage exec tits be editor new program would offer care before after school by held Fallon staff reporter the it. Healthy school District is planning to Start a Latchkey program for students in kindergarten throw Grade 6. The program is being developed by administrative assistant Terry moms and will be coordinated by Jenny Moody a former teacher in the Northwest District and current member of it. Healthy City Council. Superintendent David Distel said the Board of education has not yet taken official action to approve the Latchkey or a proposed pre school program. He said Board members Are i support of both new programs which would be housed in the Board offices. A we came to the realization that there was a real need for kids to have adequate after school supervision a Distel said. Please see school a-16 your Index births m classified b1-ia oaths to eng agayants a Evanta pm Maat Figa m opinion a14 polka rap oils. As sports All news option m1-03&2 fou Lytton. Phon 542-0474 Oit Piry ads. Phons 6s1-�147 os1-7777 one off the family off 18 Cincinnati suburban press newspapers

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