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Hilltop News Press (Newspaper) - October 22, 1986, Cincinnati, OhioAltop Neutts pie scr los Brentwood Coll pc Hill Finneytown Forest Berk Areen fills it. Airy i. Heel try new Bertin ton. North College Hill Springfield twp. 35 Centt j it u. my. A a Hymi vol. 55, no. 40 two oct loft 25 Pogo Woon Otimay oct. 22,1085 i a j i o or la a o Fly a. Z m it c of d u a o j a Zoc d o u Mai a fall boutique featuring handmade crafts Christmas lifts gourmet foods and original Art will be sponsored by he women of Collie Hill a a restart an Church in the Fellowship Lall oct. 23 from 10 . To 7 30 . Proceeds will go toward appalachian and local Mission projects. A a 12-week session of Ballet exer use Sli Nastich begins nov. 2 through Jan. 23 at the jewish Community Center 1580 Summit Road. Pre registration is required and Sitter ser Lable or weekday morning classes. For More information Call 761-7500, ext. 248. Emergencies in the Home will be the topic of a free training session sponsored by the respite care program oct. 30 Orch ii 6 30-8 . At the Mccin Nati Center for developmental disorders 3300 Eland ave., room 3-80. A panel discussion will include Marian Dumaine m.s.w., University of Cincinnati psychiatric emergency service and sgt. Charles Horstman Cincinnati Ponce department. Call 121-0100 for information. The Forest Park Volunteer fire department s annual ladies auxiliary dance will be oct. 25 at the station 1201 w. Kemper Road from 8 . To 1 . A Ocelos go toward the Purchase of fire and life squad equipment. This May help Powel Rodey or. Myca begins a Leto acc they Sci w a certify tor the class is Onesi pied to relieve by class of the y s Way to a healthy Back ton Road. Taught a oct.28at6p.m. At to Myca 9601 win a certified instruct bad pain and nervous tension and increase flexibility and muscle strength for information Call 521-7112. A a safety program will be presented by the Forest Park police department nov. 19 at 7 . For Community residents at the Knight of Columbus 11306 Southland Road Forest Park this is the second of a series i by theol and is of to the pud after 7 . For Fuit Ber information. He second of a series in moored glenmary knots of Columbus pen to the Public. Call 851-9802 we re proud of Peggy Phillips Beth Tope and or Linda Wulff administrators in the Greenhills Forest Park school District were among 60 educators fan across the United states England Japan Africa and Caribbean countries attending a five Day seminar on instruction strategies and educate it Hial theories in los Angeles. They will conduct train ing sessions for District teachers during the school year. Alfred Kleine Kreutzmann. Ingfield township has been inn. Apr head of the Public Library a ment of rare books and special Fouec tiros. He received his master Library science from Kent state University and a master of English from the universe of Cincinnati. Rose Kent Media Center coordinator at Finneytown High school has published her article the composition of a writing program Quot in a pm Delta Kappa Tero ook. Kent is a fellow of the 0 writing project. The District writing program was died As a Center d excellence by the National Council of teachers of and other North Rouege Hill and West Coue Hill Are the newest neighbourhoods involved in the elderly Homeowner repair offered by people working ively. A non profit Agency by volunteers ivc provide Home repairs for Low income elite by a a nominal Cost. Call Stefan Olson 351-7921 for and worked h. Roche d Price Hil advertised a Dresser Cli Zisimas tree and quilt in our classification no. 460 bargain Mart. H. Boche sold All the items when the Ai an pred in All 18 d our Stix Jitian ims newspapers. If you want effective results be h. Roche place your and in stir by ims claim feeds by campy one d our be mail and Klaers at parenting in the big leagues by held Fallon staff reporter Quot if ihu a it All to do Over again cd do some things differently. 1 was very Lucky that both our kids turned out the Way they Bill Doran May feel he made Quot a lot of mistakes Quot As a Parent but he and his wife Wanda obviously did a lot of things right. Their oldest son. Bill the Houston astros second baseman May be More famous than his younger brother Michael but the Dorans Are equally proud of both. Watching Bill or Billy As they Call my despite his a tests come so close to playing in the world series was both a thrilling and heartbreaking experience. Doran was in Houston to watch the final game of the playoff series. Mrs. Doran was in new York during the astros games against the mets. Quot after the game after it was All Over the fans stood up and cheered the astros Quot Doran said. Quot they knew they d Given it their Best and they showed their dealing with that depressing defeat in the sixth game of the playoff series is something Doran s parents said Bill will handle like he does everything else a a naturally. It Camel Snyder press contributor please see leagues a17 Wanda and Bill Doran Ara surrounded by awards and to Vanira tha major Tangua Carara of Thair son Bill Houston astros second Bazaman. Tha naw Burlington couple admit thay Wara Bui wont a playing in tha world Sarias but Ara practising tha Laason thays a taught both Thair tons a Quot winning Isnit school realignment voted Down by Haidi Fallon staff reporter the Finneytown Board of education voted to retain the current elementary to a proposed k-3 and 4-6 Board voted Nam mouse in favor of superintendent a Bald Schmidt s recommendation at its of 20 meeting. The District s school Lindy Cound was assigned to outline changes needed to reorganize Cottonwood and Witaker element Aries. Schmidt and his admin Stative staff spent several a ruths reviewing the re organizational plan presented by the Sec in May. Sci it told the Board whoe the reorganization was both financially and educationally feasible he found nothing in the proposed change to recommend it. Quot i have not found anything Wimch forces me to conclude the proposed change will significantly improve the education of our children Ana is Worth the increased expenditure of finds or the potential disruptions to Homes and our Community Quot Schmidt said. Dividing the two element Aries into and intermediate facilities id have meant staggered school times and increased transportation costs in excess of $15,000 annually. Upgrading Witaker to accommodate handicapped students would have Cost the Board approximately 5,000. Schmidt said the change would not reduce class sizes and could Lead to Quot practices that could slow learning for a i a Petit of our Schmidt said there is Educa Khial research that shows that by putting students together in groups that Are to much the same those pupils who Are below average in their skills Are actually Hurt. An elementary reorganization was studied and rejected in 1978 when Brent elementary was slated to be closed. Board members said they Felt tvs latest reorganization plan had Little support from parents and com Mummy members. Quot i think the reaction was one of Relief when or. Schmidt announced is recommendation to the study Council last week Quot said Board president Barbara Parry. Schmidt told the Board a redefinition of attendance areas needs to be examined. He said Cottonwood elementary located in the Northwest Quan Drant of the District is the most heavily populated. Catch the spirit of halloween night by Hall Fallon staff reporter local groups keep the traditions picture yourself on halloween night. The last of the trick or Treater have dashed off into the night to devour their goodies. What now How about Curling up with a Good Ost Story while you Munch the leftover Candy. The it. Healthy Branch Library 7608 Hamilton ave., has a vast array of spine tingling novels. One of the More ording to Arlene King a latest novel authors a is Stephen to Quot is a must As Are is other eerie books including Quot the Cycle of the Werewolf Quot am Quot thinner Quot Wimch he penned under the name Richard Bachman. Peter Straubi a Quot ghost Story Quot is guaranteed to make things go bump in the night. Mallory also Quot night chills Quot Quot strangers Toms Quot and Quot whisper All by Dean Coontz. Quot personally horror stories Are not my favorite Mallory said. A but we always get a lot of requests for these authors. The Northern Hills Branch 1400 w. North Bend Road in College Hill has a variety of cml Drens halloween stories available. Librarian assistant Angie Roveti said Quot Little Witch Quot by Anna Elizabeth Bennett and Quot halloween treats Quot by Carolyn Haywood Are 1 by third and fourth who is liar Oil juvenile novels easily read. Graders. Ray Brad Biry better mown for his adult science fiction works has written Quot the halloween tree Quot for juveniles. I Spiher a6 halloween is celebrated in Many ways in countries All Over the world but no one else does it with As much enthusiasm and imagination As americans. One of the oldest and most popular traditions is trick or treating. Concerns Over the safety of tvs practice have led Many comm ties to develop alternative Celebration ideas. The Lexington Heights mothers club and the Lexington Heights civic association will have a com Mummy halloween party oct. 31 begin a at 6 45 . At St. Stephens episcopal Church 9191 Daly Road Springfield town sep. The party is in cooperation with the St. Stephens congregation. Children attending the party must be a compared by an adult. Fritzes will be Given for costumes and refreshments will be provided. Residents of the lexis ton Heights neighbourhood Are asked to place a pumpkin on their porches if they wish to hand out treats to children. Parents Are urged to take their trick or Treater Only to Homes with pumpkins Here a what son the ballot displayed. For All the ghosts and ghouls mating the streets oct. 31, police departments in All communities urge parents to accompany their trick or Treater. In Forest Park capt. Ken Hughes is organizing the neighbourhood Block watch to be out in Force to keep an Eye on Homes and to help Coldren Cross streets. Quot the last two halloween have been exceptionally Safe for us and i attribute that directly to our bloc watch program Quot Hughes said. Quot As always we ask that children use Good judgment in crossing streets and ask homeowners to keep their lights on inside and out As an extra safety residents of the Clove Nook nursing Center 703& Clove Nook aven., North College Hill Are planning a party for trick or treat for Community children Ages 12 and under. Its a bewitching might for the Coldren and Semor citizens alike. Please see local a6your Index following is a listing of the local my on the nov. 4 ballot. Is times a tearing of a Lindmia Sizoo additional 0.35 Mills Wimch amounts to 3.5 cents for each $100 valuation for five years to provide funds for the provision and maintenance of tiie Cincu Mati zoo. A Cind Nayati charter amendment 3.28-Mill Levy Wimch amounts to 32.8 cents for each $100 valuation for five years to provide funds for general operating expenses. A Metheal Toyley 1.54-Mill Levy a Man to vide that the police and fire operating expenses com be appointed by the on Diati a Nam College h aty manager from the three highest ranking participants certified fim a pm Obafial Eligid a Greenhills Levy a renewal of a a renewal of a Levy Wimch amounts to 15.4 cents for each $100 valuation for five years to provide funds for current Hill Levy an additional 4.8 Mills which amounts to 48 cents for each $100 valuation for five years to provide funds to construct sidewalks curbs gutters and the con by a Ray nyx. B1 birth#.a13 san action resurfacing grading or Cir mind. B2 drainage of roads my ways streets or do a the. Aia alleys. Engage ii a a13 a Edgemont fire Levy a renewal a. Of a .43-Mill Levy and an increase of .07mills Wimch amounts to 5 cents for each via a Point As $100 valuation for a continuing period Povic ski for the Benefit of the Edgemont fire sports District of Springfield to Wisp. A Valley fire Levy a renewal of .88 Mills Wimch amounts of 8.8 cents for each $100 valuation for a continuing. Period for the Benefit of the Vauney fire sets a six a Patrict of Springfield township. Al a a i .7777 one of the family of 18 Cincinnati suburban press newspapers

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