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Hilltop News Press (Newspaper) - October 28, 1986, Cincinnati, OhioIn top nevus press Semins Brentwood collese Hill Pinne town porst Park Green halts it. Air my. Healt Lif new Burlist Osif North Collise Hill Springfield twp. 95 cents a it. Snow uni. Pram inc. Vol. 68, no. 41 two sections 26 a Sass oct. 29, 1966 by i2iqi j x Jujj the countdowns begun. Its Only two months until Christmas once again we re helping Santa by publishing a a letters to Santa in this newspaper. Just Send your letter along with a Good non returnable photograph of yourself and your name age and address to a Santa letters pc of him top news press 5505 Cheviot Road Cin Donati 45247. Be sure to Tell us the name of your Community. The Hilltop views fress covers Brentwood College k�1, Finneytown Forest Park Ingfield township. V letter by noon nov. 13. Your the North College Mill Volunteer fire department and life squad is seeking Dayton volunteers. Train my will be provided. Contact chef Mike Lotz at 521-3980 for further information. A the Forest Park litter advisory Board is seeking to add volunteers to its Board. A subcommittee on education is proposed and business arsons and residents Are used to apply. Call 595-5218 for further information. You can attend the St. Margaret Mary athletic boosters will sponsor their annual Turkey festival nov. 8 from 5 30-11 . In the school cafeteria 1830 w. Galbraith Road North College he a. The menu includes Turkey dinners roast beef pizza and Chili. Winners of the 100 turkeys being Given away Wal also be announced. Proceeds go toward Booster in ams. The Greenhills High school Pioneer band is sponsoring a a haunted band room for children 10 years old and under and their parents at the High school oct. 29, 30 and nov. 1 from 6 . Proceeds go to help Defrew costs trip to Florida in Llarch. Of the band s Florida in this May help Providence hospitals pro health Center is offer ii pm ical fitness evaluations and individualized exercise prescriptions. It includes Anali of cardiovascular risk flexibility aerobic efficiency and body fat. Call 853-5020 for proud of Charles l. Holt Forest Park was awarded a certificate of heroism by the Forest Park qty Council oct. 21. Holt received the award for helping to apprehend a shoplifter at Marsh super Market last Majroh leading to an arrest and conviction by Forest Park police. Lina Eulis a Junior at Forest Park High school was honoured recently during the Ohio University s first minority so molars Day. Ellis the daughter of or. And mrs. James Kelly fiesta court is a member of the National Honor society Freim language club and has won awards for Scholastic achievement in chemistry spams and Western cultures. She will qualify for a Merit scholarship from Ohio University if she attends school there. Linda Spalazzi it. Airy has been elected president of the greater Cincin Nafi professional chapter of women in communications inc., for 1986-87. Organization for professionals and students in print and broadcast journalism communications education Public relations advertising Pii Kushing and i of veterans Day nov. 11. All collection of hous old waste will be collected on Day later for the balance of the and worked j. Edmondson of Western Hills adverted miscellaneous household items in our classification no. 534, fisc. For Sale cd imn. J. Edmondson was overwhelmed via get a bul for insurance triples by held Fallon staff reporter with to see with the current policy due to expire oct. 31, Greenhills Village coun cil members were forced to accept the sole bid for liability insurance. The $57,439 bid is More than triple the con told Council at its oct. 21 meeting that the new Ulicy excludes coverage for groups using athletic Fields As Well As coverage for parades and festivals. A we extended the bidding time from 30 Days to 60 Days in Hopes of receiving More bids a Moore said. A anticipating an increase in the insurance costs we budgeted $30,000. Three years ago our Premium was $15,000 which went up to $26,000 this Moore said the $57,439 is a one third of our total property tax just How Council will pay its Bill is Uncertain. Moore said he was checking the insurance Agency whether payments could be spread out Over a period of time. He said Village employee layoffs was also a possibility. Council member Herb bums blasted the state legislature for its inaction on addressing rising insurance costs plaguing most cities and municipalities. A we obviously Don t have a lot of Choice a bums said. A we need to Alert the Community of the Lack of coverage and evaluate each Community activity As time goes Moore said the Ohio municipal Lea a was currently discussing ways to develop a self insurance program. He said legislation had passed the House of representatives but was stalled in the Senate. A that kind of program is still two years away and we Timve no idea what the costs would be a Moore said. Go mail passed the insurance or finance unanimously on an emergency basis. I press new tapers. You want meat rent use fro your and Cau one m our atm tive advisers at can Annati suburban press classifieds at ii in. Finneytown Tough on teens drinking the Finneytown Community is ban fing together to Battle teen age alcohol and drug abuse. Headed by Herbert Witte tote As yet unnamed group Wil launch an educational Campaign directed a t p a r e n t residents and teens. �?o1 see this As a real epidemic in our Community a Witte said. A we must do something about the grow ii number of teens drinking. It s not just in our Community and its not i school problem harm fat Witta growing problem a Witte said. A ultimately we Hope to lobby for legislative action such As a Keg Law in the county. Thirdly we Hope to initiate some sort of positive or pressure Prog a in the schools with kids talking to Witte said an August organizational meeting was attended by 26 people in Cludis 15 representatives from a variety of Finneytown civic Church and i ool groups and the Ringfield township police department. Two recent his i school graduates were in Fiscu Sythe just a High Witte is vice president of the Finneytown Board of education said his personal concern Over a and alcohol abuse led him to organize Community members parents and school officials. A your principal thrust will be to develop a Community wide program to educate and inform people Alt this a it was the scariest two hours 1 Ever spent a Witte said. A they told us How easy it is to obtain alcohol and drugs. We listened to them describe How 10-year-Olds get bombed every Witte said he thinks parents can help curb weekend parties by refusing to allow their teen agers to serve any form of alcohol at any party. Please see Tough a16 Usa souvers a Ness staff Virginia Smiley and sister Angelina Young off Hartwell share a quiet moment while on Retreat at the Center for peace and renewal. A variety of groups use the facilities for meetings and retreats designed to bolster personal and spiritual growth. St. Francis Center offers quiet Retreat by Heidi Fallon staff reporter the St. Francis Center for peace and renewal 10290 Mill Road in Springfield township offers the perfect set Lang to five up to its name and namesake. Located on 110 acres the Center was established two years after the St. Francis Seminary closed in 1980 due to dwindling enrolment. Providing a Retreat facility was the dream of Anne Gander assistant director of the Center and formerly a chaplain at Good Samaritan children a and St. Francis St. George hospitals. Please see quiet a15 Board opposes annexation your Index by Flat Clastel fill. Dust Tisz .a12 .b1 All by held Fallon staff reporter the Greenhills Forest Park Board of education plans to fight a recommendation to the Ohio Board of education to allow 85 Fleming Meadows students to leave the District. The state Board will take official action on the recommendation at its nov. 10 meeting. Superintendent Robert Kreiner said i limb Lulf Quot a is m file much cd. Favor of the Fleming Meadows residents petition to Annex from the Greenhill Forest Park District to Wyoming City schools. Both sides presented their cases at the hearing last summer in Columbus. Kreiner said he was both a surprised and disappointed at the recommendation. He said he is hopeful the state Board will reject Arnett a recommendation for annexation. A a in a cautiously optimistic a said Thys Van Hout a Fleming Meadows resident in favor of the annexation. A a we re not Home free yet. I have a great Deal of respect for the Greenhills Forest Park schools but we would prefer our children be in a College program with possibly academic expectations. Its preparatory higher Aca possible they a receive that in Greenhills Forest Park but More probable in a private school or Van Hout said two of his three school age children currently attend private schools and one is at Lakeside elementary in Greenhills. Fhe Greenhills Forest Park District stands to lose $110,000 annually in state foundation Money if the 45 Public school students Are permitted to attend Wyoming schools. The remaining 40 students attend private schools. Another Impact of the annexation would be a racial isolation within our District a Kreiner said. Fleming Meadows is a predominantly White neighbourhood. A your District has an enrolment of 41 percent minority students this year a Kreiner said. A it could have a real negative effect on our District in terms of racial please see opposes a15 or. Jos fslix___________________________________________________b7 de roths Nusug b8 events. .a7 in the service. A12 meetings. As Nite beet. Bio viewpoints a14 police reports .a4 reel estste___________________________________________________________________________________a10 sports. .a9 Kron new assistant superintendent news. Phone 661 -0352 Cir Catelion. Phone 542-9474 Date prey ads. Phone 661-9471 classified ads. .1,. Phone 661-7777collections Here a a Friendly reminder that this 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 important supplement to their income. When you a Jenny strut Thorit Charles Kron was appointed to succeed or. Pat Carr As assistant superintendent in the Greenhills Forest Park District at the oct 20 Board of education meeting. Kron has been with the District since 1964. He began his career As a teacher at the Middle school before becoming an administrator in 1968. A native of Greenhills Kron is a i Charles Kron of Greenhills High school and capital University. He received his masters degree from the University of Cincinnati. Married with two sons Kron said he entered the education Field to repay a debt. A was corny As it May sound i Felt i had an obligation to somehow repay this Community for the Fine education i received Here a Kron said. �?o1 wanted to have the same kind of Impact my teachers had on Siquier intendant Robert Kreiner said he would begin interviewing both from within and outside the District for Kronos replacement As administrative assistant. Carr resigned her Post earlier this month to take the superintend a nth a Job in Chillicothe. Your $1, you receive a Coupon entitling you to $1 off a Mech cum 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 has been up to Par please pay your Carrier. You can to lose. This month we Salute Jenny Strittholt for being one of our computer winners. Jenny delivers on Damon Dee Rhill and Dayspring. The Hilltop news press the circulation dept. One of the family of 18 Cincinnati suburban press newspapers

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