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Friday, October 18, 1991 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER EXTRACentral 7 Day Care, Service Homes for Sale Ohio 280 100 SPRINGFIELD TWP. BALCO CUSTOM HOMES Real estate transfers WILL BABYSIT -For you In my Mt Healthy & Colerain Twp. home. Good ret., 522-4003 SPORTS CHILDCAREQuality care by exp N'S mother. Exc. rets. Norwood area. 351-3247 Lg 7 story under const. Wind-crest Acres. Whirlpool, bonus rm, sunken FR & more. Lots avail in Forest Park. 52?-3303. I WILL-Provide child care in my Bond Hill home. Exp. & 4C'I reg. 641-1688, 12pm-12am New Construction 103 Team looks to nationals HARTWELL--Exp mother WiH babysit your 2 yr old & up. M-F. All shifts. 761-6986 TECUMSEH BUILDINGS Farm a, Commercial Bldgs. FULLY CONSTRUCTED Free Estimates-OH, IND, KY (513) 446-2542 or 444-2917 WEST CHESTERUnion Elent. Dist. Child care In my home, immed openings. 7790842 Mobile Homes 117 SPRINGDALE -Trl-Co area. Loving care. Certified. Ages 2mo-3yrs 671-9708. '5 Champion toe. In Gregory Child Care In my Tri-County Home. Breakfast & lunch included 671-3598 creek mooiie nome par. $115 lot rent incls., sanitation, water a, sewage. Lakota schs, extras. 113,500. Call 777-115? or 779-4818 Mother of I will care for your children-mv Norwood home. Ages 2 yrs ft up. 351-1325 DUKE 14x70. Crown Royale, CHILD CARE -My Carthage home. Exp. mother, rets.. Huge front porch & garage, wbtp, exc cond, $9200. Must sett, bought a house. CaH btw playmates. 948-9335 -, ask tor fnyms, jvn-uaa FAIRFIELD-Quality childcere in my home, rets, meal, t. CLERMONT CTY-Zoned busi Some deed-transfer information may appear incomplete. In some cases, street numbers were not assigned at the time of transfer. The Enquirer publishes information received from Amerestate Inc. Hamilton 1045 Ross Ave.: Harold Vaughn, trustee, to Jeffrey A. Moenck and Cynthia L. Moenck; $46,000. Norwood 4428 Ashland Ave.: Catherine B. Ege to Pamela J. Schaser; $77,900. 2237 Feldman Ave.: R. Millicent Blackburn to Thomas J. Stein and Deborah F. Richie; $69,500. 4240 Floral Ave.: David R. Hinkle to James J. Ryan Jr. and Margaret R. Ryan; $81,000. 2621 Ida Ave.: Leon G. McKeehan to Donald R. Richardson II; $68,000. 5111 Marion Ave.: Daniel Tumey to Fidelity Federal Savings & Loan Assn.; $33,000. 2711 Robertson Ave.: Rosemary Walk to Herman E. Gibson and Marguerite Gibson; $60,000. 1739 Sherman Ave.: Patricia A. Lamb to Barbara A. Gorman; $45,000. 5128 Silver St.: Thomas W. Roberts to James R. Mills and Roberta C. Mills; $44,000. 2907 Mapleleaf Ave.: Mary C. Hines to Shawn C. Otto and Melissa P. Otto; $45,000. Golf Manor 6029 Elbrook: Mark R. Bawtenheimer to Stacey L. Camp and Robbin R. Camp; $65,000. 6418 Mayflower Ave.: Richard C. Hoog to Ronald J. Montgomery and Kimberly A. Montgomery; $45,500. 6214 Ridgeacres Drive: Cadco Realty Inc. to Christine Boykin; $44,500. yard. I yrs a. up -J64 ness. 14x70, 10x12 Pull-out. Pvt. lot 54x367. Fenced yard. All accessories. 528-0499 . Mother of 2 wiH babysit in my Reading home, ages I & up. Hot meals 1 refs. 563-7352 )4x70-'86 Patriot. Goshen. 3 BR. : COTS f - - ) t Jim I UV V4 Vv-v w - u - --t IYXT?N , XT V T I k'WrwW.'iy , : ,y,y. I X V -N, V- if 1 iMl.', hj I I 1 V ,( Owner financing possible w$1500 down. 876-3642 msa. WILL LOVINGLYcare for kids in my spacious Fairfield home. Meals. 829-7245 REDMAN '91-2 BR. 1 ba, 14x70. ca, v.g. cond. finan. $220 mo, l 1, 863-3522 $220 mo, avail. 24 244-6544, Wanted to Rent 297 NEW DBL WIDE -On I acre wooded lot. 3 bdrms, 2 baths. $3200 down. 797-8344. CINTt-Seeking l rm; wil work for room & board. 502-637-4403 coHect 74 Governor 12x60, 2 BR, In KY $5800. $2500 down, balance $100 mo, no interest. 525-0993 Home 007 HealthCare OUf Resort Memberships 137 Oder Lady. Active & certified Nurse Aid wnursing reg; ref; need PT. 579-9622 aft. 12 TIMESHARE FOR SALE (Reasonable) Fairfield Glade, TN. 2 wks In the bank. Call 863-2719 for details. NURSE seeking private duty caring for elderly. Experi- ertce a, KeTerences. yi-iuo Apartments, OiC I wiH be a companion-aide. 17 yrs exp. TLC. Excel refs. Houses to Share C. I I Live in 5 days 351-6228 SHARONVILLE. Responsible, reliable non-smkr. Single. 20-30 yrs old. MF $200mo. HOME HEALTH AIDE-40 hrsweek or more. Exp. & cert. Lv mso. at 542-8032 Mount Healthy NO dep. Call Paul 769-4038 MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED Domestic Help Wanted 310 To share 2 bdrm Clifton con-do with same. 751-8063 HYDE PARK-Female share 3 BR house wsame. $270 Vi util. 381-2800 code 5650 ACTIVE disabled adult In Forest Park needs PT help, must drive, intell., strong. $70 day lincl overnites) Rmbd avail 381-2800 code 5613 1985 Compton Road: William W. Bihr to Michael W. Bihr; $50,000. 7943 Hoy Court: David A. Robinson to Darryl A. Matthews and Monica C. Matthews; $87,500. 7874 Bobolink Drive: Richard D. Fearing Jr. to Joan M. Hittinger and Matthew L. Hittinger; $79,000. 7816 Seward Ave.: Raymond L. Egbert to Joseph A. Mandarino and Marna N. Mandarino; $59,900. 7508 Werner Ave.: Gussie H. Cloyd to Paul G. Smith; $54,000. CLIFTON-Mature NS female to share 2 BR apt. AC, pool. Nr UC. $240mo 281-0457 Personal Care Attendant For adult male quadraplegic. Morns & eves. Own transp. a must. W. Chester 874-7978 Volleyball tops at Mount St. Joe BY TERRY FLYNN The Cincinnati Enquirer The College of Mount St. Joseph volleyball team won the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) District 22 crown last season. With the district tourney at the Mount's Delhi Township campus this year, the Lions are a favorite to repeat. "We were one game away from going to the (NAIA) national tournament last year," said third-year coach Mary Ann Broderick, recalling the Mount's loss in the tournament in Michigan. "I'd like to see us go to the nationals this time," she said. Broderick has five starters returning from last year's squad, and those veterans are aided by some talented local freshmen. "The freshmen can learn from the veterans, and the freshmen are challenged by the play of the veterans," said Broderick, a Price Hill native who played volleyball at Se-ton High School and the University of Cincinnati. Seton grad Karen Cummings, a freshman outside hitter from Price Hill, has figured prominently in the Lions' 22-2 record, good first-place in the district race. College play differs "College (volleyball) has been more fun than high school," Cummings said. "The offense is a little faster in college, and I'm just getting used to it. But there are a lot more people at the college level who really want to play." Cummings, a GGCL (Girls Greater Cincinnati League) first-team selection a year ago, said the Lions are a "strong team, and it's a close team. We pull together." Freshman middle hitter Kathy Hentz of Delhi Township, an Oak Hills High School graduate, said she thinks the volleyball competition at the college level is "more intense than high school. And there are better players at all positions." Hentz was a major contributor in Oak Hills' district championship last year, and, ironically, her friend at the Mount team, Kathy Cum- Apartments Unfurnished 225 CARTHAGE -1-2 bdrms, $295-$325 utilities. 961-3706 LIVE-IN-Carlng housekeeper needed for Indian Hill home w3 children. Must drive. Non-smoker 561-1717 Wyoming CLIFTON -1-2-3-4-5 BR Apts 8, Houses, S295-S7O0. Walk to UC. No pets. 961-3706 IRONING NEEDEO-My Even-dale house or yours, couple hrs per week, 7J3-55JJ The Cincinnati EnquirerDick Swaim Rooms for Rent 270 Housekeeper, Roselawn. Clean & Indry. Thurs or Fri. 381-2800 code S620 Wendi Doyle of Amelia, center, and Megan Middendorf of Monfort Heights, execute a block during a recent practice. NICE ROOM-cable, cooking privileges, private, fuHy turn. )35-45wk. 351-8152 9-noon, 6-9 LAUNDRY ft CLEANING-Wy- oming-Prefer quiet person. 948-1097 do not call after 6. 121 Elm Ave.: Dennis R. Hilligan to Leslie M. Dow Jr. and Connie B. Dow; $280,000. 1213 Morts Pass: Joseph M. Perrino, trustee, to Sergio C. Baranousky and Anita Baranousky; $389,990. 33 Dorino Place: Jacqueline H. Headley to Lee L. Irvine and Susan H. Irvine; $190,000. 244 Elm Ave.: David P. Hanna to William L. Martin Inc., trustee; $265,000. 1203 Firewood Drive: Dana Vannoy to Douglas G. Merriman and Mary B. Merriman; $142,500. 159 Fleming Road: James B. Murphy to Kevin W. McMahan; $123,000. 249 Hilltop Lane: Cecil E. Allf to Donald R. Gieseker and Deborah C. Gieseker; $425,000. 73 Oliver Road: Kenneth C. Keller to Robert J. Schilp and Joann B. Schilp; $277,000. like. I don't think we (freshmen) Day Can, nnn Service LUX Child Care Help Wanted 312 feel any pressure." LIVE-IN BABYSITTER-1 child in my Fairfield home. References required. Salary & room. 863-8447 after 7pm Broderick said she thought the Lions took a big step in winning BEING CREATIVE A UNIQUE, I wiH cherish & adore your little one and provide a nurturing & fun, yet educational environment in my Wyoming home. I would tike to welcome 4 newcomers (2 in-fants & 2 toddlers). 948-8218 BABYSITTER --Needed for twin girls, 16 mos., Mon-Fri., 9-5. Forest Park SharonviHe area. Call 381-2800 code 5550 the district in 1990. "I inherited a very young team three years ago and I'm very pleased with the CHILD CARE--ln my NS home. GreenhiKs Forest Park area. Any age. 742-6718 any time BABYSITTER -Part-time, In my Avondale home. Mature person pret. Refs, 961-6703 progress we've made since then. Lincoln Heights I'm also pleased with the (positive) RELIABLE SITTER NEEDED Days, refs, our home, North-aate area. 729-1309 6-9pm FOREST PKFAIRFIELD-- Responsible child care in my home. FTPT. Bkfstlunch. Red Cross cert. 851-6459 attitude." Broderick, a product of Cincin Medical Dental 350 CLIFTON-College grad will provide quality care in my home, ages 1 & up. 861-4532 mings, was a foe just last season. "We won our district, and then we lost to Seton in the regional (tournament)," Hentz said. Broderick, who was the volleyball coach and athletic director at McAuley High School for seven years before coming to the Mount, said the team's seniors "set a series of high goals before the season started. I think that may have surprised some of the freshmen." But Cummings said the goals didn't bother her. "Since this is my first year, I don't look at what happened last year. I'm concerned with winning this season." Added Hentz, "The seniors are probably pushing harder to win the district again, because they were here last year and they've been through it. They know what it was nati high school volleyball, said she was "happy to get local people in the program here. There are a lot of good players coming out of the LIVE-IN COMPANION Immediate opening for part-time case In Clifton. Some experience required. Call today for an appt. Western Medical Services 241-2260 schools in our area. 1270 Shepherd Lane: Delores L. Sanders to Robert C. Stearns; $50,000. . Roselawn 1522 Carolina Ave.: Gertrude J. Lambers to Vincent L. Hardin; $68,000. 1131 Franklin Ave.: Cleophus O. Kelley to Pearl Artis; $55,500. 7609 Yorkshire Place: Sara A. Koper to Denise Johnson; $69,900. Roselawn 1913 Berkeley Ave.: Helen M. Richardson to Good Shepherd Mission; $65,000. 7284 Eastlawn Drive: Willie Richburg to Keith M. Kamps; $67,000. 7905 Sunfield Drive: Blanche M. Schierland to George C. Cooper; $20,000. Woodlawn 10146 Chester Road: Guy T. Westmoreland to Adrian Williams and Esmada Dale; $47,750. Also on the Lions squad this year are 1990 McAuley grads Gina Pellman, a middle hitter from White Oak; Megan Middendorf, an Restaurants OCfl HotelsLounges jQU Yqur Everyday Resource Cincinnati Classilied. The only local resource thai is updated daily Whether you need an instrument 01 us( instructions. Classilied has wnal you're looking tor! Just call 421-6300 FOOD SERVICE PERSONNEL Needed 563-5592 9am-3pm M-F outside hitter from Monfort Heights; and sophomore outside hitter Wendi Doyle from Amelia. Miscellaneous Notices 555 Springdale 471 Maple Circle Drive 51: Allen J. Schmidt to Suzanne M. Hanson; Deadline nears for signing up for Corpus Christi basketball EXTRA SSSS GREAT EXTRA INCOME PARTICIPANTS WANTED We need residents of Adams, Brown, Butler, Clermont, Hamilton & Warren Counties for an evening decision-making Project November 8, 1991. ALL ADULT AGES NEEDED Your reward? An Interesting evening and S75.00 CASH. Please call 1-800-489 0906 $76,500. 11755 Rose Lane 3: Fairfield Properties Inc. to Constance S. Cowling; $62,900. Sharonville 5007 Gareth Lane: Drees Co. to Laura C. Nixon; $88,160. 11140 Hawk St.: John F. Siekbert to Kirk W. Knotts and Stephanie M. Knotts; $75,000. 11766 Locksley Court: Drees Co. to Terry L. Brendlinger and Meredith STILL TARGET SHOOT Every Sat Ham tiH dark thru 4692. 20 yd targets, 19 shot leaning rail, 12 mi W. of Aurora on Hwy 350 at Moores HiH In, American Legion Post 209. Meet a money shoot. ALLISON FROM HYDE PARK sjjii Met you at Caddy's on Fri 10491. Call 786-5482 John FEMALE SINGER-Male rap per looking tor good produc-er. Call 751-1245 anytime. Sports digest Simmons of the sponsoring Love-land Youth Soccer Association said the tournament is open to all area fall Soccer Association for Youth teams. Entry fee is $50 per team, and each is guaranteed a minimum of two games. Individual trophies and medals will be awarded. For entry information, call girls' coordinator Rich Grimm at 677-9672, or boys' coordinator Greg Simmons at 677-2694. Lost r-nn and Found ODU FOUND-1012, young honey color male mutt, Clifton area. Has scar on forehead. 961-1038 FOUND-101691, Landen Boys and girls, from kindergarten through 12th grade, have until Saturdayto sign up for the 25th annual Corpus Christi Athletic Association's basketball program. Registration will be from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the sports complex, 2014 Springdale Road. An estimated 300 participated on 23 teams last season, including 80 kindergarten through second-graders in the instructional program. Fees this fall are $15 for instructional children, $25 for all others, and a family maximum of $55. After registration, a draft is held to place players on all teams, including Catholic Youth Organization clubs. There were eight CYO teams last season. The governing body for all Cole-rain Township youth sports is the Northwest Board of Recreation. For basketball information, call supervisor Larry Johnson at 851-8128. A. Brendlinger; $183,355. Lord Alfred Court: Drees Bartlett Jt. Vent, to Drees Co.; $235,000. Lord Alfred Court: Drees Bartlett Jt. Vent, to Drees Co.; $295,000. 5000 Lord Alfred Court: Drees Co. to Sharon L. Ralph; $1 15,035. 5082 Lord Alfred Court: Drees Co. to John R. Burbank and Kristin K. Burbank; $100,260. 4192 Allenhurst Close: Robert M. Hilb to David R. Berguson and Gwen T. Berguson; $162,000. Creek Road: Mary Ann Evans to Margo Rolf; $20,000. 561 9 Dickens Drive: Jonathan E. Cox to Susan Stalion; $79,440. 5400 Gantzfield: Karen J. Noble to Melissa M. Mangold; $80,000. Tennyson Drive: Drees Bartlett Jt. Vent, to Drees Co.; $62,000. Tennyson Drive: Drees Bartlett Jt. Vent, to Drees Co.; $32,000. Evendale 3605 Carpenter's Creek Drive: Russell W. Gardner to Herbert B. Weiss, trustee; $424,000. 3657 Fawnrun Drive: Contractors Dev. Co. to Albert E. Fridkin, trustee; $410,000. 3501 Sherbrook Drive: Jeffrey A. Stuckert to Bruce 0 Katsman and Suzanna V. Katsman; $290,000. 3002 Stanwin Place: David L. Aston to Thomas C. Coffey Jr. and Ruth Coffey; $132,000. Maineville area, smaH-medi-um brown dog, collar, no tags, possible enow or shep-herd mix. Call 677-8851 Local man wins 1,000-mile race BY ALICE HORNBAKER The Cincinnati Enquirer Tom Possert of Hyde Park has won a 1,000-mile endurance race in New York, finishing 12 hours ahead of the nearest runner. Possert, 28, earned more than $2,000 for the Hyde Park Center for Older Adults through pledges from friends and admirers. Ten competitors began Sept. 19 in Queens and ended there two weeks later. Pos-sert's time was 13 days, 14 hours, 2 minutes, 52 seconds. He crossed the finish line at 2 a.m. on Oct. 2, he said. "The race was just something I had to do," he said. A co-owner with Debra Moore of Hyde Park's Victoria Inn bed and breakfast, Possert said he appreciates the support he has received from Cin-cinnatians. His sponsor was Chiquita. The biggest problem he encountered during the grueling run, he said, was having to stop 16 hours to rest due to shin splints. "But the next day I ran 89 miles, so I made up that lost time," he said. FOUND- 2 young cocker span iels; Norwood area, iu iu. 481-7019 Let Classified Make Your Job Easier! Classified is a time-efficient, proven way' of recruiting employees. Call today. Let us help you help yourself to great employees! CALL 421-6300 FOUNDA packet of valu ables, 1014, am. Maple Cir. ur. aprmqoaie. 6t- FOUND Baby Shoe At Octoberfest (Downtown) 921 5pm. Call 251-8136 FOUND-Bassett Beagle mixed. Northwest High School area. 681-1611. FOUND-Black Lab-male. Sun eves 1013. Columbia Tuscu- lum. call 8, identity. 321-4588 FOUND-Gray short hair male General onn Help Wanted JjU General Help Wanted General Help Wanted 390 cat, to12, t-airview Park. Gentle. Call 961-2156 FOUND Keys, large bunch. East of Amelia, OH on St.Rt. 125. can 8, identity 797-7202 Your Everyday Resource HOOPSTERS MEET: More than 300 high school basketball coaches and referees will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Norwood High School for the annual state rules clinic. It's a mandatory meeting for the 75 to 100 coaches, according to Owen Donahue of Loveland, rules interpreter for Ohio's Southwest District and a member of the state rules committee. Call Steve Hoffman at 733-1984 or Terry Flynn at 860-7103 with your neighborhood sports news. FOUND -Madison Place. Small dog, Papillon. lau i-a uj FOUND-Men's gold nugget Bracelet, mnon area, lail Mr Gillenwater 291-3619 FOUND Multi colored tiger kitten, Springfield Twp. Oct. 5. LOVELAND SOCCER: Next Friday is the deadline for team entries in the fifth annual Loveland Soccer Tournament at Phillips Park, Loveland. Play will be Nov. 2-3 and 9-10. Last year, 56 boys' and girls' teams participated. Tournament chairman Joyce very irienoiy. call VJ I-Q685 LOST- COCKER POODLE All white, 10 tb male, blk nylon color. Tylersville Rd. 1-75 ar-ea. Reward, 755-0558 LOSTGr. wrhd pointer, M, Cincinnati Classilied The only local lesource that it updated daily Whether you need a puppy or a good home lor one. Cla atilied hat what you la lootung tot' neut., whiskers, dock tail, skinny, friendly, grey collar & tags, "Magic", missing early AM Oct. 10, Forest Park. 742- LOST-Lab., yellow. Covington. seen wr in r-T. nniicneil. Bubba. REWARD. 651-1919. Just call 421 6300 LOST-Large black male dog worwn paws a, Drwn on face. Lost on 10 10 In vicinity of Hamilton. Reward. Missed & loved very much. 896-6572 LOST-Male cat, black wwhlte tummy, fluffy tail, neutered. oeciaweq. Kewarg. z-5424 Earn extra $$$ for the Holidays !!! Tuesday October 29 The Cincinnati Enquirer Extra & The Cincinnati Post Neighbors ---Will Feature Holiday Employment Opportunities !!! To Place Your Employment Ad ... Call your Classified Rep or 513-421-6300 OR.. ..Fax Your Ad Info to: 513-369-1841 DEADLINE: Wednesday October 23rd NOON !! LOST -Pleasant Run area Sm. gray remate, Peke'Pom. rSunshlne' II seen 625-2653 LOST-Reward, orange 8, white long-haired male cat, 10'9. Fairfield. 844-8768 MISSING MALE KITTEN Black & white mencoon short hair, approx 1 yr aqo. Could be stray. 381-2800 code S6S1 600 Gold Chest AIRPLANE -eagle 63 remote control, comes wraaio, glow starter, fuel 8. a access. Also JRX2 RC car w all extras 8, charger. 779 2143 AMPLIFIER -Roland Jaii Chorus 77, mint cond. GUITAR, GibsonHeritage, pert, hd SENIOR CITIZENS (55 & OVER) TUESDAY ONLY 5 P.M. - CLOSING shell case, 250. 521-4592 Looking for a ob is a ob In Itself. Increase your odds with classified. Place your ad today. Call 421-6300 ANTIOUB BOOKCASE -Turn of the century. Excellent cond. Make offer. 887-8911 ANTIOUE-Carved walnut pump organ ( 1864) and stool. iuu. can oy-uiv5. 11525 Chester Rd. 772-2055 Open: Sunday 9 im 10 pm, Monday 11 am 12 Midnight Sony, not applicable for delivery or carry -out ANTIQUE-Dlnlng rm. table 8. 6 chairs, china cabinet 1, but- tet. SUU. 52J-25J2 ANTIQUES-'47 TV, '47 phono-graphradlo, other misc. pet. qitlord Mathews, 554-1244. I i

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