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6 EXTRAEast THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Tuesday. September 17. 1991 100 Homes for Sale Ohio Real estate transfers Miami Township opens park, playground Miami Township Clermont County) 1729 Cottontrail Drive: Murphy Builders Inc. to Harry R. Cornwell and Rhonda M. Cornwell; $193,000. 1302 David Lane: David B. Lvnch to Georaa E. Bell BY RICHARD LITHEN Enquirer Contributor Officially, the new Miami Township Park opened Sunday, but children discovered the high-tech, blue-and-yellow jungle-gym around Labor Day. The equipment was installed in August, and township employees continued with finishing touches on the new public recreation area located on Buckwheat Road near Ohio phase of the park was completed this month. The first phase included installing picnic benches, grills and playground equipment and putting in a new entrance road from Buckwheat Road to the park and a parking lot. The equipment cost $9,800. Future plans for the park include renovating a historic home on the property for public use. The house, which was built in the 1830s, is adjacent to the children's play area. 28. Creating a park for the community has been a priority of the township administration, said trustee Jean Schmidt. In 1989, the township bought the property for recreation use. It was once a part of the 130-acre Early farm. A citizens committee polled residents in 1990 and determined what the park would include. Professional planners and contractors were hired earlier this year, and the first Jr. and Sandra J. Bell; $112,500. 5574 Day Drive: Marlene J. Berqer to Donald J. Lykins and Kolleen A. Lykins; $110,000. 1125 Deerhaven Court: Robert W. Miller to Steven J. Payonk; $110,000. 6376 Derbyshire Lane: Bruce C. Boeqer to Robert J. Cregge and Margaret E. Cregge; $160,800. 6085 Donna Jay Drive: Colleen T. Lequillon to Michael E. Owens and Ann C. Owens; $130,000. 1157 Emily Drive: Richard J. Willis to James M. AMELIA-Listinqs needed. Full service real estate firm specializes in east side communities- Commission rate as low as 4'j Call for dptails. CRJTE RION RE ALTY 232-9300 AMELIA-Open Sun. 2-5. Spacious 3 bedroom home at 22 Lawson Drive. Come out 4 see this Sunday before it's loo late. CRJTER ION REALTY 232-9300 ANDERSON TWP--LiStings needed. Full service real estate firm specializes in east side communities Commission rate as low as 4"i. Call for details. ITERipJREALTX23H3?S ANDERSON TWP-REDUCED. Quality built 4 bedroom con-temp. New roof, heat pump, paint, and more. Ideal for the young executive. CRITERION REALTY 232-9300 EASTGATE--4 bdrm, 2 Vl baths, Vi acre lot. Sewer, wa-ter, gas. S96.500. Call 528-1706. EASTGATE Listings needed. Full service real estate firm specializes in east side communities. Commission rate as low as 4'j. Call for details. CRITERION REALTY 237-9300 EASTGATE -Under 6 mos old. 4 BR 2Va BA, 2 story, wonderful neighborhood. By owner. SI 18,000. 753 4046 GOSHEN-Listings needed. Full service real estate firm specializes in east side communities. Commission rate as low as 4'j. Call for details. CRITERION REALTY 232-9300 MILFORD-Listings needed. Full service real estate firm specializes in east side communities. Commission rate as low as 4'3. Call for details. CRITERION REALTY 232-9300 MT. CAR VEL--Listings needed. Full service real estate firm specializes in east side communities. Commission rate as low as Call for details. CRITERION REALTY 232-9300 MT WASHINGTON-1493 Beacon, 3 BR, 2'i bath, full bsmnt, fenced yard, I car detached, screened-in porch, S69.9O0. By Owner, 528-2006 MT. WASHINGTON--Llstlngs needed. Full service real estate firm specializes In east side communities. Commission rate as low as 4W. Call for details. CRITERION REALTY 232-9300 WOODCREEK--New Listing! Contemp. 4 BRs, 3 BA, 2 decks, 1 acr on lake-woods 831-0227 Clark and Priscilla E. Clark; $80,000. Sports digest 1218 Fawn Court: Jesse S. Reinhardt to John B. Niederegger and Elizabeth B. Niederegger; $108,750. 5700 Greimann Lane: Eugene R. Mintkenbaugh to Richard Cecil; $56,000. 1260 Holland Drive: Naomi L. Rohman to Donna Waits; $50,000. 1260 Holland Drive: Donna Waits to Ralph S. Pratt and Barbara A. Pratt; $62,000. Lenscrafters to be host of weekend tournament 976 Hollow Creek Drive: James P. Donavan to Shew Y. Chan; $132,500. 6353 Ironwood Drive: Stephen A. Holtmeier to Ches ter G. Bailey and Christine A. Bailey; $139,900. Anglers square off at 2 lakes Bass-fishing tourney is this weekend 29 Laureiwood Drive: Clermont Lumber co. inc. to Vicki Wagner-Demas and George P. Demas; $210,000. Three teams from St. Antoninus of Covedale led the winners: The Boilers won an 8-9 boys Wings title, and the Sunis and Cougars took the two 10-11 girls Strikers crowns. Groesbeck teams won two divisions: The boys' Grasshoppers won the 6-7 Passers and the Clip-pard Herricanes the 14-15 girls' Minors. Other winners: Taylor Creek Davis Construction, girls' 6-7 Passers; Kenwood-Silverton Comets, boys' 8-9 Wings; Our Lady of Visitation (Delhi) Ben-Gals, girls' 8-9 Wings; Morgan-Ross Ameris-top, boys' 10-11 Strikers; West Chester Kings, 12-13 boys' Kickers; and St. Dominic Hawks (Delhi), girls' 12-13 Kickers. 5877 Meadowcreek: Minnie r. Tietmeyer to Mildred Allen; $46,000. 5986 Meadowcreek Drive: Ronald L. Sharp to Joann Chandler; $53,000. 5727 Melody Lane: Ella L. Schmidt estate to Ken neth E. Inabnitt; $60,000. 6645 Miami Trails Drive: Zicka Homes Inc. to Walter E. Bowles III and Sharon L. Bowles; $236,447. 5807 Mount Vernon Drive: James B. Rodgers to Diana L. Rodgers; $20,500. New Construction 103 821 Old Mill Drive: Barrmgton Inc. to Sidney A. Klinklsiek and Tammar D. Klinklsiek; $50,000. 598 Three Chimneys Lane: Drees Co. to William M. Palmer and Roseann H. Palmer; $184,035. 5991 Woodsbend Drive: Greenland Dev. Inc. to BY STEVE HOFFMAN The Cincinnati Enquirer Cincinnati Lenscrafters will be the host fast-pitch softball team in the 25th annual Federal Invitational tournament Saturday and Sunday at Rumpke Park, Ross. Between 15 and 20 teams from the Midwest are expected to compete for slow-pitch and fast-pitch titles. Defending champions are Ashland, Ohio E.E.S. in fast pitch and Newark, Ohio Air Force Station in slow pitch. The double-elimination schedules will begin at 10 a.m. each day. Player-manager Henry Lowe's Lenscrafters recently finished 17th among 71 teams in the Amateur Softball Association's Class A modified fast-pitch tournament at Drifton, Pa., winning three of five games. In an earlier Class A windmill pitch classic at Normal, 111., Lenscrafters were sixth among 15 teams. Lenscrafters won 38 of its first 55 games this season. A year ago, it won one of three Federal games during a 45-17 season which included Cincinnati and Hamilton modified tourney championships and a second place in the Cleveland, Tenn., major modified classic. "We should do better this year in the Federal," Lowe said. Leading Lenscrafters this year are pitcher Tom Betts of Mason, Seven Hills School girls' softball coach and Mack Martin, a .265 hitting outfielder of Springfield Township. In Drifton, outfielder Paul Martini of Colerain Township batted .450 in five games. John F. Wolary and Debra L. Wolary; $137,900. TECUMSEH BUILDINGS Summer discounts on constructed garages-AG bldgs. & commercial bldgs. Serving Indiana Ky & Ohio. Phone collect: (513 ) 446-2542 or 446-2917 TECUMSEH BUILDINGS Summer discounts on constructed garages-AG bldgs. & commercial bldgs. Serving Indiana Ky 8. Ohio. Phone collect: (513) 446-2542 or 446-2917 5928 woodspoint Drive: Gregory J. Brokamp to Thomas S. Ferguson and Rita L. Ferguson; $124,000 Only those qualifiers in the Hamilton County Park District's summer series of 10 bass tournaments will be eligible for the Saturday and Sunday championship series at Winton Woods and Sharon Woods Lakes, respectively. For information, call 521-PARK (521-7275). Randy and Carol Roe of Harrison won the recent regular-season bass tourney finale with six fish weighing 6.8 pounds. Allan Wright and Kim Sanders, also of Harrison, finished second with just over six pounds. Monroe Township Mobile Homes 117 1801 Ohio 232: Geraldine Painter to Thomas Bembry III and Andrea M. Bembry; $85,000. U.S. 52: Robert W. Rye to Carol Ritter and Ada TRYOUTS FOR '92: Tristate 11-year-old baseball players can try out for the Midland Tigers' American Amateur Baseball Congress club by calling manager Jim Attebury at 232-5685 for an appointment. Tryouts will be Sept. 28-29 at a field to be named later. Eligible players must be 11 years old and not turn 12 before Aug. 1, 1992. As 10-year-old Class C Juniors, the Tigers finished second in District 5, Anderson Township, with 13 wins and one defeat. Hitter; $32,UUU. Ohio Township 1452 Bethel-New Richmond Road: Richard F. Car- mosino to Debra G. Haller; $53,000. VISTA '86. 14 X 60. 2 BR, Factory Installed fireplace. CA, storage shed and covered deck, appliances available, 831-7900 831-1225. '89 PALM HARBOR 14X70. 2 bdrm, 2 bath, reduced for quick sale. Call 797-6001 for details AMELI ADouble wide, 3 BR, 2 bath, ca, in-ground pool, new septicfurnace, WBFP. 62,500. 797-4302 NASHUA '78. 12x60, 2 BR, C A, appliances included. Exc cond. 734-3606 GLOBEM ASTER 1 bdrm, equipt. Kenwood area. $5000. Fin avail. Very nice. 244-6544. REDMAN '88. 2 Ige bdrm 1 bath, asking $13,000. Will help with downpayment. 732-6774 1383 Frank Willis Road: Peter B. Edwards to Gary u. haien and uonna M. Faien; J9Z,5UU. 1608 Ohio 749: Donald Lykins to Thomas J. Ahaus jr.; Pierce Township 3426 Behymer Road: Mark F. Cann to Robyn D Beatty; $50,000. Farms, Country 147 987 Cedar Ridge Drive: Hills Bldq. Const. Serv. 2 to Homes RECORD FIELD: The recent ninth annual Groesbeck Soccer Association Classic drew an all-time high of 74 Tristate area youth teams, said director Jon Young. Fourteen teams in the boys' 8- and 9-year-old Wings division and 14 in the girls' 10- and 11-year-old Strikers division created two champions in each division. Sponsored by Graebel Van Lines, games were played in 11 boys' and girls' divisions on five fields at Colerain Township's Clip-pard and Dravo Parks. Jack F. Carnahan and Shirley J. Carnahan; $59,275. ished third, and John Collier's Massachusetts MutualLucky Hour was fourth. Ken's, coached by Jerry Siefert, was led by brothers Rick and Randy Meinking; Carl Waldbil-lig hit a 380-foot home run for Massachusetts Mutual; and Jon Mi-lesky of St. Xavier Bombers hit an inside-the-park homer. SEASON FINALE: AaronsBud Light and BrookwoodCaptain Morgan finished fourth and seventh respectively among 31 teams in the recent U.S. Slow-Pitch Softball Association world tournament at Sturdevant, Wis., while Hill & Griffith Class B women's team finished eighth. Reporters Steve Hoffman and Terry Flynn compile sports notes for EXTRA. Call Hoffman at 733-1984 and Flynn at 860-7103 with your neighborhood sports news. 3737 Chestnut Way: Michael L. Barnett to Paul H REPEAT WINNER: Ken s Brake Service recently won a second straight St. Bartholomew Athletic Association Invitational slow-pitch softball championship, coming out of the losers' bracket to win the 15-team tournament. Ken's tripped Scott Albaugh DMSR, 5-4 and 9-7, in the finals at Spoils Field, Greenhills. Dave Eha's Michelob Lob fin- Travis and Karen B. Travis; $134,500. 3378 Cole Road: Lynn Crawford to Harold L. Douqh- man ana Nancy uougnman; $58,9uu. 3631 El Rego Drive: Michael W. Ward to Ronald C. Perry and Andrea F. Perry; $80,000. 3632 tl Rego Drive: Oqden t. Stroud to Thomas J. Ihle and Brenda J. Ihle; $68,000. 3827 Gatewood Drive: Barrister Investments to Gloria A. Thornburg and Richard E. Thornburg; ii;s,yuu. 1163 Greens Farm Road: Robert Lucke Homes Inc. Government to Richard J. Fels and Tracy E. Fels; $152,997. fs us mull 3bUB Lewis Road: Marione O. Kelloqq to Harold notes Keene and Ginger K. Keene; $82,000. ADAMS CO-30 acres, hills & woods, ideal hunting, close to Ohio River, firewood. 512,000 firm. 513-549-3878, 544-2502 ADAMS C0-5 acres, close to St. Rt. 32. 8. Tranquility Wildlife area. S8500. S500 down. $93.46mo. 15 yrs. UMi. 513-549-3878, 544-2502 ADAMS COUNTY OHIO RIVER LAND Yes, Summer Is almost gone, but buy now and save 30 off the original prices for the best Ohio River Front tracts on the market. Big open meadows, Sirlvate sandy beaches, and ree-line Ohio River Frontage only 2 miles from the public boat dock. Beautiful location for your permanent home, mobile home, boating, fishing and playing all with county water and electric available. Be ready for Spring before your friends are. Call us today. CLERMONT COUNTY EAST FORK LAKE. 5.10 acres of beautiful open meadow and rich garden land in a very private location only 3 miles from East Fork Lake and just 3 miles from RT 32. Excellent site for your new home with county water, electric, natural gas and cable TV all available. Only $17,250. Financing with only $1,650 down, bal at 10 fixed rate for 20 years with monthly payments of lust 1148.61. PROGRESSIVE REALTY CO. 219 E. MAIN ST. WEST UNION, OH 4S693 513-544-7355 Merwin Ten Mile Road: Fred Rocyna to Michael Mott and Diane J. Mott; $21,000. ANDERSON TOWNSHIP 3377 Merwin Ten Mile Road: Huntinqton Bank to The trustees will meet Thurs Robert J. Crowl and Robin J. Crowl; $109,500. 3816 Merwin Ten Mile Road: D. Joe MacFarland to Jorge A. Prada and Anne Prada; $77,900. day at 7:30 p.m. at the Administration Building, 7954 Beechmont Ave. 102 St. Andrews Drive 5: Warren G. Anderson to George B. Rack Jr.; $58,381. 3229 Ohio 132: Robert Brannum to Society National GOSHEN TOWNSHIP Trustees will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday in Township Hall, Wood and Walnut Streets. MIAMI TOWNSHIP Trustees will meet at 8 p.m. today at Township Hall, 5900 McPicken Drive. The Miami Township Rural Zoning Commission has rescheduled its October meeting because of Columbus Day. It will meet at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 30 at Township Hall. MILFORD Council will meet at 7 p.m. today in chambers at 19 High St. NEWTOWN Your Everyday Resource Yrttft BefereWhat 1 Vill U Buy! Bank; $24,500. 34 Stillmeadow Drive: Nottinghill Dev. Co. to Robert L. Cordes Jr.; $96,000. 55 Stillmeadow Drive: John Hamilton Cole to Jean R. Chambers; $58,500. 150 Stillmeadow Drive: Mark J. Bryant to Edward D. Sweeney and Mary C. Sweeney; $71,900. 1300 Surrender Court: Christopher C. Schaefer to Charles Kearney and Shelley R. Kearney; $79,500. Stonelick Township 2421 Jackson Pike: Roger H. Thornberry to Har-wood W. Gordon; $60,000. 2552 Jackson Pike: Randy R. Lynn to James E. Mullins and Carl R. Mullins; $78,200. 5317 Ohio 132: Anna L. Spaulding to Calvin C. Jordan and Verna I. Jordan; $59,000. 1410 U.S. 50: George Disselkamp to John Dissel-kamp and Lorena Disselkamp; $20,400. Union Township (Clermont County) 4687 Beechwood Road: Betty A. Klette to Robert A. Cahall and Vickie L. Cahall; $63,000. 641 Brandy Way: Dennis J. Schaeffer to Michael J. Berwanger and Barbara A. Berwanger; $121,000. 665 Chateau Drive: Frank McClung-Webb to Clinton S. Curfiss and Jeannette I. Curfiss; $72,900. 556 Commonwealth Drive: William W. Horn to Daniel Warwavesyn and Michele Warwavesyn; $138,700. At the Sept. 10 meeting, it was announced that Little Dry Run Cincinnati Classified. The only local resource that is updated daily. Whether you need a puppy or a good home lor one, Classified has what you're looking fori Road will be closed for construction through Sept. 18 from 7 a.m, to 6:30 p.m. Just call 421-6300 The next council meeting will be Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Town Hall, 3536 Church St. OWENSVILLE 4566 Creekwood Court: Charles M. Franzago to Virginia L. urmitn; $7b,BJu. 800 Deer Valley Drive: Daniel E. Pryor to David C Gabriel and Patricia R. Gabriel; $170,000. There will be a villagewide yard sale from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sept. 28 and 29. If it rains, the sale will be 642 Forest Ridge Court: Laurence D. Reed to Steven J. Koteski; $115,000. Oct. 5-6. PIERCE TOWNSHIP 4141 Forsythia Drive: John K. Klein to Alan M. Jones The trustees will meet today at 7:30 p.m. in the trustees room, First Quality In-Season Fashion Apparel And Accessories 950 Locust Corner Road. UNION TOWNSHIP A Amelia resident Howard Combs has asked trustees to install an emergency phone in the Union Township Park, in case someone is No sale is ever final Misses, juniors, childrens, plus-size apparel Accessories and Karen S. Jones; $85,000. Glen Este-Withamsville Road: Jackson Center Assoc. to Tipton Assoc. Inc.; $125,000. 4381 Glen Este-Withamsville Road: Josephine Williams to Tipton Assoc. Inc.; $900,000. 696 McCormick Lane: Harold S. Fry to Donald Roger Anderson, trustee; $52,724. 1181 McGuffey Lane: Ml Schottenstein Homes to Andrew A. Goad and Amy J. Goad; $108,135. 4512 New Market Court: Jane Conley to Rick L. Gregory and Judy L. Gregory; $56,000. 639 Regent Road: William A. Clark to David B. Smith and Wanda L. Smith; $86,000. Village Glen Drive: Ml Financial Corp. to Mark D. Smith and Elizabeth A. Christians; $110,235. 1159 Village Glen Drive: Dennis A. Shafer to C. Richard Martin II and Lisa M. Martin; $95,000. 3983 Wilma Court: Thomas E. Craig to Lewis Manning and Betty J. Manning; $72,000. Everyday, every item $7 Weekly shipments of in-season fashions First quality only A Your Everyday Resource injured or has a medical emergen cy such as a heart attack. Combs, 66, who said he walks at the park daily, told trustees at their meeting last Tuesday that he has observed some park users tak OPENS THURSDAY! Glenway Crossing (near Service Merchandise) 922-6784 Open Monday to Saturday 10-9, Sunday 1-6 Shop our Eastgate store, too ing medication and suffering from shortness of breath. Cincinnati Classltied. The only local resource that is updated daily. Whether you need an instrument or just instructions, Classified has what you're looking fori Just call 421-6300 Combs proposed the township install a direct line to 911 in the Washington Township (Clermont County) park. "It would be a tragedy to see someone die over there simply because there is no phone," Combs told trustees. Service Director William said it would cost $289 to CfejMotel 2495 Ireton Trees Road: Claude R. Dodson to Charles Staton; $37,500. Milford 105 Bradford Drive: Ryland Group Inc. to Bruce E. Broussad and Catherine A. Broussad; $155,500. 218 Bradford Drive: Housley & McGee Co, to Ronald E. Roller and Sharon K. Roller; $184,677. Lakefleld Drive: Procter & Gamble Co. to Robert F. Sllva and Edna M. Silva; $139,000. 524 Main St.: Thomas Boyle estate to Sheila Fisher; $37,860. Batavia 189 Broadway St.: James R. Sergeant to David S. Broxterman and Shauna Broxterman; $127,500. install such a phone, and $72 a month for the hookup and use of - a. 512 W the line. "That's a trivial amount for someone's health or life," Combs said. "r V v -yjr GBGBBQflflo BBISBfl OOM f Trustees agreed to consider Combs request.

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