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   Chronicle Telegram (Newspaper) - December 5, 1979, Elyria, Ohio                                C-l 1 Court report ELYRIA MUNICIPAL COURT JAMES P. HORN, JUDGE WEDNESDAY, NOV. !l Sharon Holloway, Burton, Ohio, reck- less operation, six months driving s, disorderly conduct, Stuart Jones, S, Reed Road, Graf- ton, disorderly contact, no Anthony Marsico, 1237 E. Rim St, possession of marijuana, Jeffrey Pnmty, S8655 Biggs Road, Gratton, disorderly conduct-intoxica- tion, Charles Powers, 28J S. Abbe, disor- derly conduct-intoxication, Steven Stout, 3222} Mills Road, North Ridgeville, disorderly ccnduct- intoxicataon, Marvin WooUork St., 208 E. 15th St, reckless operation, disorderly con- duct, {JW Leon Woolfork, ISO Morgan, speeding, Dean Hysong, 22 Potomac Dr., disordery conduct, suspended Robert Sidley, Diagonal Road, LaGrange, disorderly conduct, reckless operation, six months driving suspension. Edgar Garner, Strongsville, reckless operation, six months driving sus- pension, disorderly conduct, Thomas Gregory, 1056 Barbara St, DWI, one year driving suspension, suspended Eddie Logan, 615 W Capel, Grafion, driving on sidewalk, James Heath, 131 High St, reckless operation, 1125 Allison Ave., reckless operation, six months driving suspension; physical con- trol, Ida Ward, 144 Lakeside Ave., Lorain, physical control, reckless opera- tion, six months driving suspen- sion Michael Worcester, 712 West Ave, no air cleaner, suspended Edward Boacevich, 3121 Broadway, Lorain, disorderly conduct, reck- less operation, Ralph Amato, 129 Wuthrop Dr., disorderly conduct, reckless opera- tion, David Smith, 852 Hollywood St, no driver's license, speeding, Dennis Daggett 348 t. Bndge St, menacing, disorderly "conduct, Robert Frommeyer Sr 3569 N Island Road, Grafton, disorderly con- duct reckless operation, six months driving suspension. E ZERBINL ACTING JUDGE WEDNESDAY, NOV. 28 (Unofficial tabulation by tie court) James Barnhart, 78 Edgewood Dr Grafton, reckless operation, disor derly conduct days driving sus- pension. Thomas Russell, 14150 R River, Columbia Station, reckte operation, disorderly contact-persisting, 30 days driving suspension, three days in jail deferred. Timothy Harris, New London, assault, six months in jail, five mouths suspended; theft, six months in jail, Ove months suspended, jail to run concur- rent. Michael Brown, 979 Gulf Road, resisting arrest, five days in jail, four days suspended; disorderly condoct- persisUng, Theodore Smith, 4112 Seneca Ave, Lorain, DUI, six months driving suspension, seven days in jail, to be serv- ed as directed. Myra Wilson, 48110th St, selling liq- uor without permit, Beverly Green, 338 10th St, selling liquor without permit, Romie Harris, 326 E. 23rd St, Lorain, selling liquor without permit, Cynthia Whitfield, 324 E 22nd St, Lorain, selling liquor without permit, Kirk FUker, Lorain, reckless opera- tion, disorderly conduct, 30 days driving suspension. Perry Williams, Oberlin, theft, 10 days in jail, deferred. Terry Stallmgs, Price Hall, theft, 10 days in jail, deferred. Olivia Whitfield, 2168 Lorain Dr Lorain, theft, six months in jail, defer- red Vermilion honor roll listed for 1 st grading period VERMILION The honor and merit rolls for the first grading period for students attending Vermil- ion High School have been announced. To qualify for the academic honor roll, a student must have a B plus average, with no grade below a B minus. The merit roll represents the student's personal achievement. ALLA's SENIORS Kimberly KINGSLEY; Penny NEID- ING. JUNIORS Michelle ERNST; LaurieMARK- WORTH. SOPHOMORE Diane WUNDER. ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL SENIORS Dorian BAI- LEY; Linda BARTHOLO- MEW; Daniel BRANDT; Cynthia BROWNELL; Donna BUCHANAN; Debo- rah BURNS; Kimberly CAMERA; Gloria COOPER; Amy DELLEFIELD; Mary Jo DEWEY; Joan EATON; Elaine HARRIS; Rebecca HESS; Peter HOUGH; Con- stance JOHNSON; Suzan JUSTICE, Kimberly KINGSLEY; Kathleen KIS- TLER; Michael LEHKY; Michael MCCORMICK; Carrie MILLER; Lisa MUELLER; Penny NEID- ING; Michael NICKLEY; Drew RATHBUN; Betty SACKET; Anne SALIS- BURY; Janet SEXTAN; Shaun SIMONSON; Kay SKINNER; Richard SLY; Susan STAHL; Trisha TAY- LOR; Judith THAYER; Deborah TROXEL; Jennie WATKINS. JUNIORS David ANSELL; Lydia BODDE; Amy BURROWS; Cary CIFANI; Joe CROUCH; Michael EITZMAN; Michelle ERNST; Jill PARIS; Lindy FITZGER- ALD; Steven GRAY; Tammy HARRISON; Cara HEN- NESSEY; Lynne HOFFMAN; David KELM; Bobby KLAIBER; Tammy KNAPP; Lori LANGHAM; Vickie LUNDY; Laurie MARKWORTH; Jeff MEY; Tina MILLER; Gary MILLS; Jill MORTALI; Barbara PARSONS; Sophie PAT- SIOS; Karen PERKINS; Col- leen RYAN; Victoria SCHEFFEL; Alan SCOCO; Darla STARR; Krista VAN- Avon Lake High lists students on honor, merit roils AVON LAKE The fol- lowing students have been named to the honor and merit rolls at Avon Lake High School for the first nine weeks grading period. HONOR ROLL SENIORS Jeanne ANSELL; Robert BROOKS; Steven CORNELIUS; Paula DEARDO; Christine EAR- LEY; Natalie FLAY; Mary Ellen GATES; Amy KEL- LOGG; Linda KIM; Susan KIM; Lisa LONG; Parick MACKIN; Jack MCEOWEN; Jennifer MEIER; William MENNER; JohnMETZ- GER; Carol MOLR; Jeffrey MULLIN; Roxanne NEW- MAN; Susan PARSONS; Matt PfflLEPPS; Michael PRESSNELL; Pamela RESAJK; Karen SAVEL; Brian SUCHARETZA; Ash- ley TAYLOR; Kathleen WHITFIELD; Laura WIN- TER. JUNIORS Melissa John CHRIST; Janet DOUGHERTY; Lorn FJELDSTAD; Kate HANNI- BAL; Paul JOHNSON; Patricia JONES; Lisa LIN- DER; Ann MALONE; Bonnie MEIER; Connie MEIER; Patricia NUSSLE; Michelle SISSON; Mary ST. CYR; Cassandra STROUD; Lisa VANBUREN. SOPHOMORES Frederick ANGOTTI; Laura BOROVAC; Janine DAVID- SON; Jennifer DOUGHER- TY; Mark HANNIBAL; Susan KILBANE; Angela PAJAK; Lynn PARKER; Beth PINCURA; Jeff TOW- MERIT ROLL SENIORS Brnce ANDERSON, Douglas BARTON, RnsseU _BECK, Micb- idlSANCHARO; Iiren BOSSHARDT; David BRIOGSi Greg BROWN; Scott BRUEGGER; Joseph BRUSKY; nVtteCER Cralf CECIL; Rieotr bin Muk C CRHOHTON; nottt DA DUNHJE Kathleen FILL GROOTKR John Jea- CAMERON, CUFTORD; Joseph GUY, Donald HAAS, Susan HENDRICKSON, Ernest HISEY, Beth IRELAND; Kathleen JOHNSON, Kim- berly JOHNSON, Thomas KAUFFMAN, Cheryl KENDERA, Came KIRK, Eileen KROPF, Mary Elizabeth KULA, Mary KUMLER, Charles KUTCHIN. JoAnn LICHTENBERG. Sandy LOW, Stephanie LYMAN, Scott MCCLYMONDS, Robert MICHAELS, Nancy MULLEN, Peter NAUMANN, Eric NOBLE, Joan PALM- ER, Leslie PARSONS, Pamela PAT- TERSON, Michael PETRELLA, Carolyn PffiNTA, Joanne PISCITELLO; Donald PLUGGE, Charles PURDY, Joyce PYCRAFT, Michael REYNOLDS, Carole RICKEY, David RIGGS, Curtis ROESE, Linda ROSE; Leroy SAUTER, Elizabeth SCHEFLOW, Karla SCHLEY, Barbara SCHNEIDER, Laurel SCHUST- ER, Kerry Lee SMITH, Denise SNED- DON, James STEENSTRA, Karen STOWERS, Jeffrey STRUNG, Carol TARBUSH, Timothy TAWNEY; Mary TOMANEK, Jay TOWSLEE. Ronald WEARSCH, Brian WENDLING, Brenda WHITE, Linda YEAGER, Valerie YOUNG, Shelly ZELESKY JUNIORS Sharon BAIR, Wayne BALAS, David BARNES; Beverly BRUDER, Robert BRUMFffiLD; Amy CAHILL, Barbara COFFEY, Deetta CRAWFORD; Nancy DUBER, Joel DYKE. Christine EBER, Michael EWASHINKA, Tammera FERRARI, Kathryn FIORENZA, James FITZ- WATER, Celeste GANOBSIK, Nancy GtBLIN, Linda RALVORSEN, Joseph IANNELLO; Lisa JAMES, Lisa JOHN- SON, David KMMEL, Michele KLIN- GER, Lee KLINGSHIRN, Shane KREUZER, Knstina LiSZAK, Sandra LUTZ, Terry MACKIN, James MCCABE, Jeffrey MCCABE; Colleen MINNICH, David MOEHLE, Denis MUENZENMAYER, Nancy MURRAY; Robert NAPP, Kark PESARCfflCK, Marty PHILIPPS, Betsy RADER, Sharon RANDALL, Keith REYNOLDS, Clayton ROBINSON, Allen SAKACSI, Gregory SCHNEIDER, Ula SCHRIFT; Patrick SHOTIC; Jon SIMMONS, Rich- ard SISSON, Rondi SMALL, JiU SMITH, Jennifer TAYLOR, Laurie WEEDEN, Jeffrey WILLIAMS, Daniel W1TTMKR, RobbWYER. SOPHOMORES JeffreyALLEN, Patti BAHEN, Kathryn BATES, Gina BELLISARIO; Cynthia BffffllE, Bruce BOTCHICK, Sharon BRUEGGER, Susan BURCH, Tammie BUSH, Christopher CAMULO; Colleen CARTER; Daniel CHRISTOPHER, Karen CROYLE; Mar- ian DAUGHERTY, Cathy DROTTAR, Sally EBER, Todd EBEN, Bradley ELZEER; Sarah EWASHINKA; Julie FARft Margaret FELIX, Michael FER- RARI, Diane FRABOTTA, Dale GANOBSIK, Rebecca GARGAS, Richard GEORGE, Yvonne GLASSER, Gretcben GNAGEY, Richard GREEN; James HALL; Craig HffiSHMAN; Lanette HUTCHISON, Debra HUTSON, Joey JANICEK; Renee JANKEY, Heidi JOHNSON, Eileen JUDGE, Connie KAMINSKI, Denise KASPAR; Jacquelyn KUNGER; Richard KNAPP, Tracy KNIGHT, Kelly KOLIBAB, Susan KRAFT, Amy KUMLER; Linda LICH- TENBERG; Thomas LYMAN; Colleen MARTIN; Dawn MCCARL, Susan MEN- NER; Diane METZGER; David MffiO- FALVY; Larry MITCHELL, Shaila MITCHELL, David MOLNAR, Elaine MYERS; John NIXON; Camille NOWAK; Mark PETERSON; Brenda PLOW; Douglas PROBST; David SIS- SON; Mar; SLANINA; Mark SPAET- ZEL; Joseph STADNICAR; Allison TAYLOR; Carla TOMANEK; David YOUNT; Victoria ZELLERS; Robert ZIMMERMAN. DENBOSSCHE; Laurel WALBOM. SOPHOMORES Sheila AKERS; Robin CAMERA; Angela DOTSON; Beth FAR- RIS; Meredith FOISY; Cyn- thia FORSYTHE; June HENNES; Lori HOUSEL; Tim KALTENECKER; Kyung LIM; Marsha MCCORMICK; Shelly RATHBUN; Todd SIMP- SON; Sharon SKLAREK; Rujeana TEDFORD; Debo- rah THOMPSON; Jeff WAT- KINS; Una WHITNEY; Diane WUNDER. FRESHMEN Jesse ADAMS; Keith BULLION; Laura CHRULSKI; Tracy CROW; Russell MAURER; Deborah MEHNERT; Christina NEWMAN; Brian NOVOTNY; Kimberly OTT; Julie PARSONS; Julie SCHMIDT; RondaVAN- DENBOSSCHE; Rhonda WHITE; David WILSON. MERIT ROLL SENIORS Tracey ANDERSEN, Dee BABSON, Dorian BAILEY, Linda BARTHOLOMEW, Brenda BOGGS, Dan- iel BRANDT, Geme BREEN, Cynthia BROWNELL, Donna BUCHANAN, Deborah BURNS, Judith CLARK, Kevin COGHLAN, Kimberly COMBS, Gloria COOPER, Amy DELLEFIELD; Mary JO DEWEY, DeAnn DRAKE, Joan EATON, Caroline EDWARDS, Mitchell ENNIS, Jeffrey FARSCHMAN, Gene FICHTEL, Kimberly FOISY, Christine FREEMAN, Michael GEORGE, Robert GRIFFITH, Elaine HARRIS, Rebecca HESS, Carl HIGGINS, Brian HOOK, Peter HOUGH, Shirley HYATT, Con- stance JOHNSON, Suzan JUSTICE, Heidi KARCHER, Gary KATANffi, Jaetae KEEGAN, Michael KENNEDY, Ann KINDER, Kimberly KINGSLEY, Kathleen KISTLER, Alan KNITTLE, Patricia KNITTLE, Michael LEHKY, Robyn LUKEGORD; Michael MCCOR- MICK, Scott MCCOY, Sharon MCG0IRK, Carrie MILLER, Pamela MOES, Diane MONTGOMERY, Donna MORGAN, Gail MORGAN, Lisa MUELLER, Kelly NEAL, Penny NETO- ING, Michael NICKLEY, Deborah OSBERG, Carolyn PARSONS, Leisa PRESSON, Douglas PURDY, Patricia RAFFO, Drew RATHBUN, Libby REED, Betty SACKET; Anne SALIS- BURY, Leanne SCAIFE, Gerri SCHMITZ, Janet SEXTON, Shaun SIMONSON, Kay SKINNER, Rick SLY, Tammy SMITH, Jay SOPKft Diane SPANSKY, David STAFFORD; Susan STAHL, Trisha TAYLOR, Peter TRAINA, Stephen TRINTER, Jennie WATKINS, Dolores WALLACE, Michael WERNER, Lilly YOUNG JUNIORS David ANSELL, Tama- ra BEAUMONT, Lydia BODDE, Michelle BRLETIO, Amy BURROWS, Debra CARSON, Debbie CHESNUT; Bobbie CHEVALIER, Cary CIFANI, David CONWAY, Joe CROUCH, Chris- tine DEVAULT; Matthew DEWEY, Jerry DEWITT, Robin DOUGLASS, Barbara ECKENFELS, Greg ENNIS, Michelle ERNST; Lindy FITZGERALD; Sharen FOLEY, Debra FRIZZI, Mary GARNER, Steven GRAY, Jodi CUBA, Sharon GUEST, Natalie HARJAR, Tammy HARRISON, Patricia HAY- DEN, Cara HENNESSEY, Dawn HENRY, Brenda RORNER, John HUFFMAN, James INNES, Kathleen JASPER, Jeff KELLER, David KELM, Bobby KLAIBER, Tammy KNAPP, Chen KOPPENHAFEft Lori LANG- HAM, Wendy LONGBRAKE, Vickie LUNDY, Laune MARKWORTH, Manne MCHUGH, Jeff MEY, Leann MICHEALS, Tina MILLER, Gary MILLS, DAvid M1SS1G, Jill MORTAli Rhonda NEAL, Barbara PARSONS, Brian PASKVAN, Sophie PATSIOS, Karen PERKINS, Cheryl PETERS, Lynne PLOURD; Colleen RYAN, James SARTAIN, Victoria SCHEFFEL, Robbin SNOW, Donald STAFFORD, Darla STARR, Sharon STERRETT, Barbara STONE. Krista VANDENBOSSCHE; Laurel WALBOM, Mark WHORTON, Treva YEAGER. SOPHOMORES Sheila AKERS, Brian BALOGH, Heidi BAUER, Eliza- beth BARCZYK, Hope BRANCH, Denise BUCKOSH, Robin CAMERA, Brenda CHANDLER, Connie DICKEL, Angela DOTSON, Christine DUSKEY; Nicki EMERY, Beth FARRIS, Meredith FOISY Diane FOLEY, Cynthia FORSY- THE; Mike GARRIGAN, Karen GEIL, June HENNES, Deirdre HENNESSEY; Olwen HERHOLD; Tracy fflTLAN, Lori HOUSEL, Tim KALTENECKER, Beth LAMAR, Kyung LIM, Chester LUNDY, Marsha MCCORMICK; Ross MAURER, Eric MITISKA, Lora MONTGOMERY, Rebecca PAULY, Laura RACCINA, Paul RAIDER, Shelly RATHBUN, Carl ROGERS; Glenn SCHUDEL, Robert SCOTT; Todd SIMPSON, Sharon SKLAREK; Joe SMITH, Rebecca SMITH, Donna STEVENS, Rujeana TEDFORD; Shelly TOBIN, Dorothy TRAINA, Melva TMPLETT; Jeff WAT- HNS, Cheryl WELLS, Una WHITNEY; Christopher WILLIAMS, Diane WUND- ER; JuSeZECK. FRESHMEN Jesse ADAMS, Jessica ASBEE, Lorelei BROWN; Maureen COLGAN; Melody COOPER, Tracy CROW; Karen DEBI, Beth DUD- LEY; Patricia FLEMING, Amy FULL- ERTON; Robert FULPER, Ten GAY; Ty fflLDUM: Conl HTTE; Lisa HTTE; Christopher HOLMES, Thomas INNES, Kimberly JENSON, Debora MEHNERT; Pam MOORE; Tina MORGAN, Linda NEHLS; Brian NOVOTNY; Julie PAR- SONS; Mariana PEffiANO; Michelle RAFALKE; Louie ROSSI, Thomas RYAN; Darrin SACKET, Julie SCHMIDT; Deann SHAFFER; Lisa SMITH: Stem SCHOLL; Edward TAY- LOR; Mike THOM SHACK; Ronda Billy VICK; David WILSON. STEPHEN R. NAGY, JUDGE WEDNESDAY, NOV. (UMffldal tabtteOM hy the cwrt) John ChestMt Ridge, red light, Robert Thee, Virginia Beach, Va speeding, Kathryn Menie, Medina, speeding, 120 William Bagi Jr., 205} Rt North RidgeviUe, speeding, Richard HanTjoiner, Ark., speeding, 1 Thomas Rutter, 16109 Wlutehead Road, LaGrange, speeding, Scott Wilson. North! ing, 120 Gerald Zaleski, Oberlin Road, marked lanes, Robert Cruzado, 1220 Maple Dr., Lorain, no Ohio license, 125, red light, John Russert, Lakenew Drive, Ver- milion, speeding, Sharon Kesswger, 1439 Meister Road, Lorain, speeding, Rodney Sharp, 422 Lorain Blvd dis- play of registration, Judy Kungle, Akron, speeding, Steven fakacs, 1410 Ford Road, traffic control device, JAMES P. HORN, JUDGE THURSDAY, NOV (Unofficial tabulation by the court) Frank Latin, 500 W Third St disor- derly conduct, reckless operation, sue months driving suspension Yvette Button, aka Deimlmg, 920 Kingsway Drive, Lorain, red light, Bobby Brockwell, aka Gordon Fedor, 6093 Elyria Ave disorderly conduct, reckless operation, expired driver's license, Dems Ryan Jr, 254? Grafton Road, physical control, reckless opera tion, Elizabeth Walker, 330 Furnace St DWI, six months driving suspen- sion, execution of fine, costs, withheld EUO ZERBBfl, ACTING JUDGE THURSDAY, NOV. 2J (Unofficial tabulation by the court) Michael Oleksa, 152 Euclid Ave Lorain, DUI, 10 days in jail defer- red STEPHEN R. NAGY, JUDGE THURSDAY, NOV. (Unofficial tabulation by the court) Gilbert Muske, Albuquerque, N M display of plates, Richard McGinms, 120 Park Ave red light, Lawrence Sauer, 150 School St red light, David Sargent, Mantua, Ohio, speed- ing, James Mills, Cleveland Heights, speeding, Kenneth Ferguson, Crossville, Tenn speeding, Robin Sprinkle, Sullivan, display of plates, John Jones, 505 Vermont Road, Bara bill would direct more new doctors to rural areas speeding, Sandr ra Ziehnski, 103 Brookside, Amherst, speeding, Nilda Figueroa, 2160 E. 30th St Lorain, speeding, Patricia Ransome, 351 Naples Dr speeding, Willie Sumner, 2254 Brokaw Road, Columbia Station, traffic control device, Sharon Hill, 106 Portia a, expired Ohio license, Susan McCracker, 413 Windsor Dr, speeding, Dennis Pogalmk, 1064 Tower Blvd Lorain, open container, EUO ZERBINI, ACTING JUDGE FRIDAY, NOV 30 (Unofficial tabulation by the court) Eston Webb, 555 S Abbe Road, open container in motor vehicle, disor- derly conduct-intoxication, Doralene Cansler, 1100 Oakwood Dr obstructing official business, sus Leonard Cusano, Synder Road, DWI, 10 days in jail, one year driving suspension, jail deferred Gerald Calhoun, 140 School St, driv- ing under suspension, 90 days in jail, deferred, driving under suspension, one year driving suspension James Chafin, no address given, falsi- fication, six months in jail, suspended, reckless operation, disorderly con- duct, 90 days driving suspension, 30 days in jail John Michailides, 3622 148th St driv- ing under suspension, 30 days in jail, possession of marijuana, Jeffrey Helsel, 2306 Edgewater Dr, disorderly conduct-persisting six months in jail, suspended on condition of good behavior for one year James Thurman Jr 8458 W Ridge Road, speeding, Paulette Terry, 104 Parkmeadow, permitting drug abuse, 15 days in jail, suspended on condition of good behavior foroneyear, JAMES P HORN, JUDGE FRIDAY, NOV 30 (Unofficial tabulation by the court) Cornelius Treadwell, 148 Warren Ave contempt of court, 10 days in jail, withheld. Guadalup Morales, 336 W 12th St, Lorain, obstructing official business, John Furman Jr 1936 Fowl Road, red light, Gregory Gibbons, 612 High St, con- tempt of court, 10 days in jail, withheld Mark Lang, Emerson Avenue, reck- less operation, disorderly conduct, James Bentley, 3487 Main St, North Ridgeville, reckless operation, disorderly conduct Brian Burgess, 7387 Dyke Road, North Ridgeville, physical control, reckless operation, Othel Kerley, 1755 Durkee Road, Grafton, reckless operation, disor- derly conduct, Earl Strawderman, 114 W River St North, disorderly conduct, reckless operation, six months driving sus- pension Bradford Eakins, 124 Cedar St physical control, reckless operation, six months driving sus- pension Gregory Richards, 124 Morgan Ave reckless operation, six months driving suspension, disorderly conduct, Gunman robs Gina's Pizza shop A robber took between Monday when he held up an Elyria pizza par- lor, Elyria police reported. Police said the man walk- ed into Gina's Pizza store at 630 Lake Avenue about p.m., ordered a pizza, and after a cashier opened the cash register, he demanded all the money in the cash drawer. Unsure of whether the man was serious, the cashier asked if he was really hold- ing up the store, but turned over the money after the suspect opened his coat and reached for a handgun in his waistband. The man then fled in the direction of Dewey Street. Building completed The 102-story Empire State Building in New York City was completed in 1931. COLUMBUS (AP) An Elyria lawmaker is backing a proposal he says would help medical students pay for their education while at the same time finding doctors for areas of the state which need them. Rep. John V. Bara has introduced a bill to establish a medical student loan program in which recipients would have to agree to practice in rural, inner city or other areas with a shortage of doctors. IF THEY PRACTICED in such areas for as long as five years, they would not have to repay their loans. Shorter periods would require repayment on a sliding scale. "If they do not spend at least a year in the desipated area they must pay back the entire loan plus 8 per- cent interest. If they spend a year but not two, they pay bacK eu percent (of the total) and so Bara said Mon- day. The bill was introduced Friday. THE PROGRAM would be administered by the Ohio Student Loan Commission. Only Ohio residents attending the state's seven medical schools would be eligible. The cost of the program has not been deter- What's new at Elyria Library Among the new books at the public library are the following. "The Seafarers: the by Douglas Botting Part of a new series of Time-Life books called "The Seafarers- the features many colorful illustra- tions to accompany its interesting, clearly written text. Meet the most lawless of these sea roving rogues and learn of their lives. "The Meaning in Dreams and by Maria Mahoney This book provides the reader with the keys to the interpretation of his own dreams. The author dis- cusses the recognition and significance of dream images and explains how to correlate, them with events in the dreamer's waking life. "Helping the Severly Handicapped Child, a Guide for Parents and Simple in its language and approach, this warmly written primer on retarded chil- dren covers ages three to twenty-one. Subjects covered include helping your child get the most out of school, helping your child at home, finding help for your child, and basic information about special educational oppor- tunities for the severly handicapped "THE MESSAGE in the by Walker Percy For many years Walker Percy has been writing in magazines about language, meaning and existence. These writings, now brought together for the first time, make a provocative addition to the works of one of America's foremost novelists. Percy delves into a theory of language (and therefore of man) that makes sense for what he calls "the post-modern "Second Wind- the Memoirs of an Opinionated by Bill Russell. This biography deals as much with Rus- sell's thoughts and life away from his life in basketball as it does with it. Here is a true original, a man who is fascinating, complicated, funny and sometimes profound. Russell tackles such topics as politics, preju- dice, romance, stardom and, of course, sports. ADULT FICTION: "Sweet by Nathaniel Benchley; "Toby by Robbie Branscum; "On the by Dikkon Eberhart; by Nancy Fitz- gerald; "Over and by L.Z. Hobson; "Throwing by KL.iionigsburg; "Night of Bright by Richard Llewellyn; "The Executioner's by Norman Mailer, "Neglected by B N Malzberg; "By Our by Jean Stubbs; bv Kurt Vonnegut. NON-FICTION: "The Baptists in O.K. Armstrong; "Extraterrestrial by Isaac Asimov; "The Best of by John Aspinall' "Let's Be Frank About by Frank Blair, "Bluegrass Song- "Aunt Erma's Cope bu Erma Bombeck; "Learning to by Doris Donnelly; "The Taste of by Theodora FitzGibbon, "The Poetry of by J.C. Gardner; "What You Say is What You by R.A. Golde; "The Basics of by B.E. Gup, "Lest Innocent Blood Be by P.P. Hallie; "Oxford Book of American Light by William Harmon; "Brando for Anna Kashfi; "Fireplaces, by Ken Kern; "Kids, Day In and Day "Natural Childbirth the Swiss by Esther Marilus; by R.G. Martin, "Appliance by Harvey Morgan; "Patent it by David Pressman; by Don Roberts; "The Shaping of a by B.F. Skinner; "Ser- by Thomas Thompson. REFERENCE: "The Foundation Grants ''Inventory of Hospital JUVENILE FICTION: "Deadly Game at Stony by P.Z. Cohen; "The Pig Who Saw by Dick Gackenbush; "The Rocking Horse by Rumer Godden; "Throwing by E.L. Konigs- burg; "Mrs. Fong's Toy by Leo Politi; "Trouble with by O.G. Selfridge; "The Bunyip of Berkeley's by Jenny Wagner, "The Giants Go by J.H. Yolen. JUVENILE NON-FICTION: "Balder and the Mistle- by Edna Earth; "A Cry from the by John Bierhorst; "Slim by John Burstein; "Zoology by R.E. Dunbar; "Thomas Edison: Genius of by Keith Ellis; "North American by Marie Gorsline; "The Star by Jane Mob- ley; "School MEMORIAL BOOKS, ADULT: In memory of Jonathan C. Woodings Jr. by Janice Hillen, Dixie Roger Caveny, Philip; Sins of Rachel Ellis. In memory of Jonathan C. Woodings Jr. by Janice Hillen, Dixie Roger Tolkien, J.R.R.; The fellowship of the ring. In memory of Mrs. William Seghy by The Ki-Queens Walker, Winifred; All the plants of the Bible. In memory of Mrs. Harry Reynolds by The Ninety- Five Club Webb, Iris; The complete guide to flower and foliage arrangement. In memory of Mrs. Fern Jackson by Anne Cornibe witty, Helen; Better than store-bought. In memory of Mrs. Emily Haut by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Haywood Alters, Betty, Quilting. In memory of Mrs. George Hoke by Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin G. Norton Cowen, Painton; Rose windows. In memory of Mrs. H.L. Reynolds by Dr. and Mrs. Charles W. Charny Robinson, Francis; Celebration: the Metropolitan Opera. In memory of Mrs. H.L. Reynolds by Dr. and Mrs. Charles W. Charny Marcus, Stanley, Quest for the mined, but Bara said he would favor a "limited begin- ning." Provisions for repayment of the loan would be "negotiable in the Bara said. "Some representatives said they would favor it if all or part of the loan were paid back." The amount of each loan to full-time students would be determined by the commission, but it would not exceed 90 percent of the cost of tuition, instructional, laboratory and other charges at a college of medicine or osteopathy. A uniform amount would be available for room, board and personal expenses. "WHAT REALLY is significant in this bill is that the student gets this loan only on the condition that he agrees to work in rural or inner city areas where there is a shortage of Bara said. The state already operates special residency programs and area health education centers to encour- age physicians and other health professionals to locate in underserved areas. But the Bara measure is believed to be the first state program to address the problem through direct incen- tives to students. A similar approach was adopted by the federal government in its nursing scholarship and loan program, which provides financial assistance to nursing students based on need, the board of regents said. Under the Bara bill the requirement could also be satisfied if 75 percent of the patients a physician treat- ed each year lived in such areas. Students who left medical school during the first two years would have to repay half the amount of any loan, while those who drop out after two years would be charged 75 percent. A LOAN recipient who left medical school but later enrolled in an institution outside Ohio would have to repay the entire loan with interest of 6 percent a year. "I hope to get a hearing (on the bill) sometime in he said. "And if we can get it through the House and Senate by June that would be excellent. I would expect bipartisan support." Clearview High honor, merit rolls The following students have been named to the Clearview High School high honor, honor and merit rolls for the nine-week grading period just completed. High Honor Roll SENIORS Kim ONEY, Kellie NIEMSKY, Debi STREIBEL. JUNIORS Michael WALSH SOPHOMORES James GULA, Leslie JUSTICE, Deborah SAKACK, Shirley SCHNEPPE. FRESHMEN Curtis PAJER, Shelly JORDAN. Honor Roll SENIORS John BALOGH, Wendy CALD- WELL, Mary DECARLO, Helen DENNISON, Regina DOTSON, Sharon DUNCAN, Lisa FLEMING, Tina GLOVER, Charles HALL JR., Scott BARTER, Jane HAYES, Fred HUCfflSON, Louise KUEBLER, Ray- mond LEEPER, Steve MCKINNEY, Margaret MILLER, Aida MIRANDA, Sara NAGY, Deirdre PAYNTER.DebraSER- GENT, Mark SMARSH, Melody TERRY, Regina VANOVER, Sue VANSICK- LE. JUNIORS Jacquelyn BETZEL, William DAY, Paul DORINSKI, Lucky FLEMING, Julie HAMIL- TON, Daniel HAWKS, Tyrone HOLLEY, Pam KEREKES, Dean MAROT- TA, Janine NAGY, Thomas SMITH, Idalia SOLIS, Joseph STANZIANO, Rose- mary TABORAC. SOPHOMORES Dawn BERNABALE, Karen BERRY, Howard BOYLE, Sharon COLLIER, Tina DOTSON, Sheila DUSKEY, Juanita HALLER, Emilie HAWKS, Maria JANIS, Patsy LEE, Michael LEEP- ER, Renee MCCAULEY, Kimberly MONOS, Charlene MOORE, Tracie NADEAU, Tamara NORCROSS, Kim- berly RAINES, Wanda SCARBERRY, Susan SUMPTER, Tammy TIN- KLEPAUGH, Sonya WAL- DEN, Carolyn WATKINS, Cindy ZILKA. FRESHMEN Jan BAKER, Lori BLACKSON, Rene BROWN, Christine DAVffiS, Richard DOTSON, Tonya FLEMING, Bobby HALE, Roberta HALL, Denise HAMILTON, David HEDRICK, Robin HEWITT, Michele MYERS, Thomas MURPHY, Mary MYERS, Sherry NAGY, Carl SCAR- BERRY, Karen SZABADOS, Anette TAYLOR, Christine VANEK, Tammy WAT- KINS. Merit RoU SENIORS Marsha BEAVERS, Rick BALL, Brent DENNIS, Clarence DORSZ, Peter DUFFffiLD, Terry GREENE, Vanessa HOLLEY, Melanie JUS- TICE, Scott MOLNAR, Cliff SIMMONS. JUNIORS-Jill HAN- COCK, Virginia KONYA, t Connie PAYNTER, Theresa POLLY, Geraldine RENOLDS, Cynthia RODRIGUEZ, Lisa ROSS, Lorrie SEALY, James SOUTHWICK, Lisa SWARTZ SOPHOMORES Donald BERNHARDT, Angela CARLTON, Freda COLE- MAN, Brenda CORCINO, Roberta DORINSKI, Cheryl GRIFFITH, Wayne SCOTT. FRESHMEN Kim BEAVERS, Kimberly BERRY, Corinne DUSKEY, James HORINEK, Frank JANDA, Tammy MOORE, Charles RANSOM. Timothy J. Neal, 21, of 434% Earl Court, mainte- nance, and Toni L. Justin, 20, same address. Robert M. Caylor, 30, of El Paso, Texas, U.S. Army, and Kimberly Ann Reed, 19, of 103 Robson Road, Graf- ton, student. Joseph J. Hargreaves, 26, of 165 Warren Ave., set-up, and Bonnie J. Church, 23, same address, machine operator. Robert A. Fye, 32, of 3124 Elyria Ave., Lorain, chipper, and Faith Ann Fye, same address, nurse's aide. William R. Tabler, 38, of 479 Cleveland St., steel- worker, and Alicia A. same address. Ronald J.Holub, 22, of 115 Avon Point, Avon Lake, mechanic, and Debra J. Hart, 21, same address, clerk. James E. DeHart Jr., 20, of 47075 Garfield Road, Oberlin, construction work, and Lelitia F. Lambert, 34, same address, factory work. Byram J. Swords, 52, of 3537 E. Liberty Ave., Ver- milion, repairman, and Christine D. Hart, 33, 3233 E. Liberty Ave., Vermilion, licensed practical nurse. Bruce D. Givens, 22, of Rt. 303, LaGrange, machinist, and Katherine D. Givens, same address. Robert S. Minzak, 23, of 236 Gates St., heavy equip- ment operator, and Donna K. Hager, 21, same address. Hillius T. Brown, 50, of 948 Wilder Ave., relief man, and Pinkie L. Rhinehart, 46, of 1518 Middle Ave., factory work. William J. Tansey, 20, of 460 Nantucket Place, Ver- milion, electrician, and Tammey A. Phillips, 18, of 48445 Rt. 303, Wellington. Frank J. Bicsak, 35, of 1866 E. 31st St., Lorain, auto worker, and Linda J. Can- terbury, 31, of 41455 Elm- wood, Elyria, hair stylist. Joseph D. Crisp, 22, of 3520 Beavercrest, Lorain, repairman, and Katherine L. Ellis, 29, same address, secretary. Monrie 0. Moore, 18, of 2053 E. 30th St., Lorain, shearman, and Lonnie L. Fritz, 18, Darrow Rd., Huron, greenhouse attend- ant.   

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