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Hilltop News Press (Newspaper) - October 15, 1986, Cincinnati, OhioOr 35 cents by o it of n us e u 0 / Ltd u a a a 0 or in o h f in a a 1 x a. It o b d u a o j 1 o o u Hilltop news Pire it x a j x us o it a a d scr Vins Brentwood Collise Hill Finneytown Forest Park Breen kills it. Airy my. Healt Liy new Burlinston Ortli Colter e Hill Springfield twp. Cml Nan to lorb a inc�41 a Tomii i vol. 68. No. 39 two sections 26 pages wednesday. Oct. Is 1986 y you can attend the jewish Coin Dimity centers annual original adult a nil i tel a wishes and kisses will be presented nov. 1-2 at 8 is . At the Center 1580 Summit Road. The show features 42 musical numbers and a cast of 35. Call 761-7500. The St. John Neumannn a women a Church 12191 Mill Road. Crafts and Holiday gift items will be featured. Call 851-3479. A the sixth annual candidates night sponsored by the Finneytown civic association will be oct. 19 at 7 . In he Springfield township Conn Unity Quot 8791 Brent drive. More than 5 candidates have been invited and ballot issues w�o1 also be discussed. Call 522-8421. A it. Healthy Christian Church win have an autumn affair a gift Craft and bakery Sale. Oct. 25, 10 . To 4 . At the Church. 7717 Harrison ave. Linch win be served a Day. Cau 521-6029. A the Powel Rodey. Or. Mca 9601 Winton Road win Host a Hau Oween dance for area senior citizens oct. 15 from 1-3 30 . Those wearing costumes win receive a so cent discount on the admission Price. Cam 521-7112. Official Leaf collection in it. Healthy Wie be As of rows streets West of Hamilton Avenue oct. 20-23, nov. 3-6 and nov. 17-20 streets East of Hamilton Avenue oct. 27-30, nov. 10-13 and nov. 24-26. Leaves should be raked into piles Between the curb and Dewalk. Cae 931-8840. This May help Joy Brav Forest Paik. Wie teach a four week smart shoppers workshop at Southern Ohio Coe oct. 20-nov. 10 from 9 30-11 . Braves class Wie include tips on using coupons food Bies and securing rebates 242-3791 for registration information. We re proud off Finneytown Pola twist or. Philip f. Bartel 8474 Road has been elected to the Board of trustees of the american Academy of podiatry association. The Academy deals with management of podiatry practices and is part d the amen can podiatric me amp Cabasao Atiim. Kathryn Kirby. Aithea Mcc Mary Smith f Britt Ronald Michael lit Mccray. Deborah Karen Brandt and finest Park Nan Schepok Lepage. Miester Joan Deimy. Anna Mcferren. Catherine Mutz. Alma Moore Alma Myers. Joan Ruebusch Todd Strader. Cindy Wells Hattie f Marian Rees Gibson Wyatt Lazarus. Myrtle Moler it. Healthy Juma Rhoades. Evelyn Rogers. Ethel Levine Ann rengering Caro Updike. Mary Petersen. Donna Wurzelbacher. Deloris Brandy Dave Borsen cold Hie and Sharon Condo a readies were among Good Samaritan Hospital employees if service recognized for their years of Marian Jackson. it. Healthy. Wie be Hoik red oct. 28 by he american dietetic Asaeda Tiomi. Jackson has been a member of the Nam real organization of registered i otlans for the past 55 years. And other ghosts and go huns grades 1-6 Are invited to a bpm Crosley. Jr., Myca 9661 Winton Road oct. 24 for a Ekht of fun and games. Myca staff Wel Lead a no Glit of swimming movies and games Rigi snacks and breakfast. Cau 521-7112. This and worked j. Rudisel of Cleves advertised Fco a ban Ritter in our Domestic Heto wanted . J. Ruin Ais found someone the first week the and 1 geared in our Suburbia press newspapers. If you want a a super Lessee j. Riidam Yeier and in Sta Tarhata Piem Massif Beds Cau id Mie Al our Imp fill adv ils at 611-7777. Suburbs study seniors needs by it Bdl fall ii staff reporter recognizing and meeting the needs of suburban senior Cit them m the of a $154,000 Federal ant awarded to Prim Dale Forest Park Green Mes Wooman Wyoming and Glendale. During Jie Neiert 17 Muto the demographic Servia delivery m economic diff the suburbs Wie pc Book on senior citizens needs and programs to meet them. The hand Lex it a win be circulated throughout the area for other communities to use. A our main goal is to Deal with issues before they become problems a Conway said. A the six communities chosen for the Grant were selected on the basis of their distinct social. Hie educational and the six suburb s Are involved with. Suffice no. Project plan coordinator Jim Conway said that whue the ant is sped Ricaey geared to Aid the six communities residents in other areas As wee As those living in Independent senior complexes will reap the benefits. One of the goals is to compete a hand operated by southwestern Ohio seniors services where Conway has been employed since 1984. The strategic plan win be a two phase approach starting with individual communities assessing the needs of their older residents and programs currently available. Conway said Community volunteers Wie Poe elderly residents to identify areas of concern. He listed available to of transportation financial counselling housing social interaction and health care As Survey topics. Each Community a Coa ebon on aging Wie assist with the Survey. Once identified ideas for meeting senior needs Wie be formulated by a committee made up of representatives from. The communities Miami University a Scripps gerontology Center and the Counce on aging. A each Community Wie then match its information with current and future resources a Conway said. Conway who was instrumental in securing the Grant said the need for such a project was confirmed by recent census statistics. A for the first time in . History there Are More older adults living than at any time a Conway said. A based on Phenomena and a demographic shift that when completed the master plan Wie be presented at the annual gerontological society of America convention in Washington d.c., in january 1988. The bulk of the Grant from the department of health and human services Wie pay for salaries supplies and resource materials. Along with Conway the project staff includes Beverly Engel and William Ciferri. Ben Miller e Cottonwood fifth grader Dehes up a taste of be earned Rice and tape from the Philippines during the inter Usa Stu Der Supre is staff National food feet Vel at hit school. Thomas Hiland right brought the tape and a Lacha flan Dansart. Kids get taste of the world by Haidi Fallon staff reporter fifth graders at Umney town a Cottonwood elementary could give world leaders a Quick tasty lesson in Intima Michial diplomacy. Students in Nancy Perkins and Mary Anne Hines fifth Grade classes cooked up a feast of International dishes in connection with their social studies course. Students worked with their parents in providing a menu item from the individual country they were studying. A the kids eat a Ettle bit of this and a Ettle bit of that and three desserts just Tike at Home a said Mary Lou Mccormick whose daughter Amy brought a French peasant Iun cd. The array of luncheon tables set up in the schools Library included swedish meatballs Fried Rice lasagna Taco salad and pumpkin pie. Along with the 50 students the guest list included 20 guests extended special invitations by the a Hidren. One of those guests was retired school custodian Clarence Lang. A i love coming Back to see the kids a Lang said. A i i moved the work and in a realty enjoying All this this was the fourth year for the fifth graders smorgasbord. Along with the luncheon students decorated a bulletin bold in the Haeway with banners and flags from the countries studied. �?o1 Learned id ready Tike to go to Sweden at Christmas time a said Matt Rausenberg. A i can to remember what exactly they Call it but it sounds Heather Harvey said she Learned about the plight of polish immigrants wlm be she was studying Poland. A i Wasny to real sure what immigrants were before a Heather said. Chinese egg Rolls or russian booties and Kasha May not solve a the worlds problems but they make them a lot More palatable. Bone up before conference by Hill Fallon staff reporter with teacher Parent conferences Yonting up in most area schools parents need to do their Homework before meeting their children so teachers. Lori handler a 10-year teaching Veteran in the it. Health r City schools offered a number of tips for parents. A ask about your child a Day routine and particularly what the teachers expectations Are for your Chud a handler said. A ask what the teacher expects in terms of Homework Erie Day if your Lori handler Phylita baby child Isnit bringing any Home. Ask about your colds strengths and Wea messes and what you can do to reinforce learning at handler said too often parents Are unprepared for conferences. She said that �?o90 percent of the time a parents Only question is a wee a she recommends parents make a list of questions and concerns prior to the conference As we As Tang notes during the fyn Forence. A parents should ask about their child a educational social and emotional growth a handler said. A but no Parent with a problem or question should wait for a regularly died used conference to Contact a Phyllis Busby guidance specialist at Aiken High school for the past seven years said conferences Are an excellent time for parents to determine Bow their Ched is do in school overage not just academic Aey. A along with discussing classroom expectations parents can find out How their Ched can become More involved in the life of their Busby said adding that statistic the More involved a student is me better the academic achievement. A teachers can recommend clubs and activities that the Parent was unaware in secondary schools Are less wee attended by a sees than at the elementary Levy. Handler said a recent National education associate i report indicates that nation Aey Only 23-25 percent of parents Ever visit their Chedis school. She called that trend a we As teachers need feedback from parents a handler said. A we need to know what works and what does no to what motivates a Ched and what does no to. Without that parental support we re just treading Busby said its easy for parents of teen agers to become less involved in their students life. She said its a time when children Are traditionally a breaking away from their parents. A Many parents feel that because they re so involved in their own lives or because they re Day battling with their kids that its a Relief not to have one More War to Busby said parents should ask specific questions about their Chedis attendance and attitude in class. She added that conferences Are a Good Opportunity to find out who their child associates with during school but said a teachers Wel rarely name names but can indicate that perhaps the student has changed his social group of please see Bone a15 witnesses Aid police in arrest thanks to the intervention of three civilians North Rouege Hel police were Able to arrest two College Hel men minutes after they tried to Rob a Blind Pedes Lri an in the 6500 Block of Hampton Avenue oct. 9. According to the police report. Reginald Smith 18, Piqua Avenue and John r. Tressler jr., 18, Atwood Avenue approached the Blind woman As she was walking South on Hamilton Avenue. In the struggle to grab her purse the woman was knocked to the ground but was not injured. The men managed to steal the woman a cigarette Case and fled on foot. Two men in a truck and a letter Carrier whom police declined to identify witnessed the incident and pursued Smith and Tressler on foot. After chasing the men about a Block they were ame to capture and detain them until police arrived. Patrolmen Randy Naegele and ted Kahle took Smith and Tressler into custody charging them with one count of robbery. The two were taken to the Cincinnati Justice Center to await arraignment. Smith had in his Possession at the time of his arrest 16 capsules of an unidentified drug. Spec. Tony Weber said the drugs would be sent to the Hampton county coroners Laboratory for testing. If the capsules Are determined to be an. I Segial drug Weber said Smith would Al be cd ged for drug Possession police said. Give a treat you done to eat cries of a trick or treat have traditionally Resul ted. In a of Candy which suspicious pets a Ray unwrap and Sci Inize after horror stories about razor Blades and cyanide. This year you can allay parental fears and prevent an outbreak of tooth decay by giving non edible treats when the Ghosto and goblins come to your door. Cappels a local Craft store has Ham Oween outlets in it. A a a it. Washington Deer Park Cheviot and a special Hau Oween Stote Down town. The Ops offer some alternatives to Sweet treats. Please see treat a15 your Index is vary Nye. Births. Clausal pm. .b1 .a10 As .b2 de engage smarts -------------------------------------------------------a10 maa tongs. A13 via lots Al 4 folic reports a2 schools. A4 sports ,a7 Waddings. .a10 n�w8twne 6ei-8.3 62 circus too. Phone s42-9474 display ads. Phone 681-9471 Claas Llmas. Phone 6817777 one off the family off 18 Cincinnati suburban press newspapers
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