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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - February 15, 1980, Cincinnati, OhioRockets dump65-40 Kevin Green Vil of Mcnicholas hauls Down a rebound tuesday night despite the efforts of Turpin s Butch Ninino left. Green scored 1 Points in his first starting assignment to help the rockets to their win of the season. U.v40. Stinni scored it Points to Lead the 3-15 spartans. At right. Turpin ski Kushner 55 and Jeff Wiese n h a n of look on. Jou r n a 1 photo to Bier. Mcnicholas students take part in Cincinnati government program local students Are among 162 juniors from 25 Cincinnati Public parochial and private High schools who will take part in the second annual Quot youth in City government a a program to enhance the education of youth in the Community by creating an awareness of the functions of Cincinnati City government. Two of the students will be a a elected boy mayor and girl mayor by the participants. The program started thursday and ends March 12. Students from Mcnicholas High school participating in the program Are Dee Schmidt 1177 Ayers hire Kevin Greer 851 Meadow Ridge Missy Avery 1139 Eversole Mardi Bishop 1240 immaculate Byron Tierney 944 Patricia and Dave Johnson 1291 Ristway. Participating students will spend four school Days Over a five week period getting firsthand knowledge about City operation from City officials in class lecture sessions and informal discussion group. The first three Days activities will be held in the Cincinnati convention Center and the final session will be held in City Hall. The youth in City government program is being sponsored by the rotary club of Cincinnati in conjunction with the City of Cincinnati the Cincinnati Public schools and the archdiocese erf Cincinnati commission on education. A number of area businesses organizations and individuals have contributed necessary financing and services for the program. No Public monies Are being used. The opening session on feb. 14 featured a general orientation by City manager Sylvester Murray followed by concurrent sessions on recreation fire Protection and paramedical and emergency services Law and Public safety and health. The recreation classes and discussions were led by Wayne Bain supervisor of recreation districts. Classes and discussions on fire Protection and paramedical and emergency services were led by fire chief Norman Wells. The sessions on Law and Public safety were led by Raymond h. Schlinkert assistant director of the safety department and Bobbie Henderson administrative assistant to the City solicitor. Wilford f. Clark director of Public health education led the sessions on the health departments responsibilities. The second session on feb. 20 will Deal with Public planning and building inspections and housing. Larry Harris assistant City planner will Lead the classes and discussions on Public planning. The building inspections and housing sessions will be led by Carol l. Walker. Newtown oks Bonds for Clarek facility by Brian Macconnell staff writer at its regular meeting tuesday night Newtown Village Council adopted an ordinance to Issue $650,000 in Industrial development Bonds in effect the Bonds allow the first National Bank of Cincinnati to lend Clarek industries. Inc. $650,000 at 8 percent interest. Tax Laws allow the Bonds to be issued through. Newtown s Community improvement corporation Licand income to first National is tax free. The idea behind the issuance is to provide the Money to Clarek a la very favourable interest rate while Newtow n benefits from an enlarged tax base instead of Clarek. Which manufactures Industrial cleaning equipment paying prime interest rate or above it receives the funds at the 8 percent rate aiding the Village and Clarek said mayor John Russell. A we established the Cic last year to encourage Industrial development in the Village Quot Russell said a and this is the first time we have used it a Russell said the Power to establish such a corporation for development is an advantage of being a municipality. A hopefully we can draw other industries when they realize that we can help them Quot Russell said. Clarek will employ about 55 people in the facility it plans on Roun Bottom Road and Russell said the biggest Benefit to the Village will come from the Village earnings tax. In addition to some Money from an inventory and property tax. The Community improvement corporation was formed last March As a. Way to draw Industry to Newtown but the continued to Page a-9 Graue plans townhouse Complex Developer Joseph Graue has applied for a zone change on property he owns West of the five mile connector. The land is the same parcel on which Graue tried unsuccessfully last year to four local republicans want ticket to Columbus administrative assistant to the department director. The third session on March 4 will explore the political process. Mayor Kenneth Black Well and other members of Council will Lead various discussion sessions on this topic. Near the end of this session sub groups of students will choose a total of 24 preliminary candidates for boy mayor and girl mayor. Each will be required to manage a five minute speech for presentation to his or her respective subgroup during the final full Day session. At this final session on March 12, sub groups will hear the speeches of the potential candidates. Ultimately four boys and four girls will be selected As final candidates for Bov mayor and girl mayor respectively. All students will then vote to elect the winners. The remainder of the 24 campaigners will be named to other City official posts. The program will end with All students attending that afternoons City Council meeting. The number of students a school is permitted to have participate is determined by its proportionate size but each school is guaranteed at least two students in the program. Coeducational schools Are encouraged to Send an equal number of boys and girls. By de Wrightjr. Publisher two Anderson township trustees and lawyers from it. Washington and Hyde Park have been interviewed by a Republican screening committee seeking candidates to run for 65th state representative. Expressing interest to succeed Robert a. Taft 11 As state representative Are Tom Taylor John of Brien Pete Strasser and Chris Barnes. Taylor and of Brien Are township trustees. Strasser first Ward Republican chairman lives in it. Washington and practices Law in Clermont county. Barnes a Hyde Park resident is with the . Attorneys office and is a son of Earl Barnes Ohio Republican chairman. Taft plans to announce he will run for Hamilton county commissioner at a press conference at 11 30 . Today at the West lobby of the county courthouse. Taft 37, will be a candidate in the november election for the commission seat which Allen Paul a fellow Republican plans to vacate. It is not known who the democrats will run against Taft. Tim Burke a first District candidate for Congress and resident of Hyde Park it. Lookout is said to be interested in the state representative Job from the Democrat Side Dusty Rhodes May ran against incumbent Robert Wood in a second Hamilton county commission race. All three Taylor of Brien and Dorsey were among candidates for a Hamilton county commission seat vacancy several years ago. Build two 12-Story apartment towers. The plans for the proposed development include a townhouse Complex on the site. The Complex would include 158 townhouse condominiums on both sides of Nimi Iview drive. Plans also include a swimming Pool Tennis courts and a clubhouse. Access would be from Nimit View grate s plan last year met substantial opposite from area residents because of the height of the buildings the Anderson township trustees voiced their opposition after residents complained. The land slightly less than 19 acres is presently zoned As b and c residence districts. This zoning allows single family dwellings on the land. The zone change proposed by Graue would make the land a do or multiple residence District. The Public hearing is scheduled for March 3 at 7 30 . At the township fire station 7954 Beechmont ave. Newtown fire department accepting Cadet applications the Newtown fire department is now accepting applications for a new program. School Levy on june ballot a five year emergency tax Levy will appear on the primary ballot in june after a vote by the Cincinnati Board of education monday. Although the size of the Levy has not Bren decided the Board voted to put the Issue on the june 3 ballot to Aid the City a troubled schools which have recently Cut services. The finance committee of the Board has recommended a Levy of 7.5 Mills for the schools saying that amount could allow the District to give pay raises to employees increase staff and upgrade maintenance. The need for additional revenues for City schools was demonstrated by school closings last year prompted by a deficit of Over $7 million. Cincinnati voters have not passed a school Levy in Over 10 years. The department will sponsor an explorer scout Post for Young people Ages 15 through 20 age 14 if in the ninth Grade. Anyone interested should bring one or both parents to a meeting at the Newtown fire department 3537 chruch st., on wednesday March 5 at 7 30 . Those who want to join the program should also bring $5 to cover the Cost of insurance. The March 5 meeting will include a demonstration to inform applicants about the duties that will be expected of them. Guide plan meeting monday future unlimited for graph analysis by Cheryl Bauer staff writer several years ago Thelma Klein saw the handwriting on the Wail and decided to become a graph analyst. A people Are fascinating to me a mrs. Klein explained. A a in be always wanted to know about them when my son was in College i looked Over his sociology and psychology books. To me that was a deathly slow Way to learn about people. I thought there must be a quicker that curiosity led to a thriving career that mrs. Kelin pursues today from an antique filled office in her Home. A ninety percent of my work is in the questioned document Field a she noted. A i work with wills in which there a doubt about the signature Anonymous letters forgeries on checks or loan applications any kind of Legal in questioned document cases mrs. Klein May simply submit her findings to the court after hours of study or she May be asked to testify in court. It was Only about 12 years ago that a Grano analyst a testimony was inadmissible in court although the science has been around since the Early 1920�?Ts. A were always fighting the idea people have that graph analysis is one of the Cults a mrs. Klein said. A for a Long time it was not accepted As a science or permitted As testimony in court a she recalled an incident several years ago when she tried to run an and offering her services in the enquirer. She was informed that the enquirer Wasny to a that kind of newspaper and her advertisement was not accepted. However later on she was hired to do some work for the paper. In examining questioned documents mrs. Klein compares writing on the document with other samples of the persons handwriting. The samples should be some material that was written without the person knowing it was to be studied by a graph analyst. A you cannot write like someone else no matter How you try a she warned. A a there a no rhythm to it when you re trying to copy someone a handwriting because you re drawing not writing. You can to write freely in some other persons emotional under a Microscope mrs. Klein can Tell whenever the person writing stopped the movement of the pen in an Effort to draw the letters exactly like the originals. Forgers also sometimes add extra markings to the writing hoping that that will confuse the reactor. Exactly the opposite is True for an experienced graph analyst extra markings Are a dead Giveaway of a forgery. Mrs. Klein is Quick to Point out that a graph analyst is different from a graph Logist. Although both Deal with character analysis by studying handwriting each graph Logist has his own system for determining what certain handwriting traits mean she said. A graph analyst is someone who like mrs. Klein has completed a course of study with the International graph analysis society of Chicago. All members of that school use the same procedures and techniques developed Over the years to Analyse handwriting. To Analyse someone through their handwriting mrs. Klein requires four or five pages of continued to Page a-16 the Anderson township Board of trustees will a special meeting monday night at 7 45 . At the township fire station at 7954 Beechmont ave. The meeting will be held with the township planning and zoning committee and Kef inc. In order to discuss the company a guide plan for the township. Board president John of Brien said he does not expect a decision on the plan at the meeting. This weekend in Forest Hills Mcnicholas trounced Turpin in tuesday night prep basketball action 65-40, As the Turpin spartans never threatened. The win gives Mynick a 15-3 record and drops Turpin a to 3-15. For the details on this and other sports action see the journal sports on pages a-10 and a la. The Beechmont players Are rehearsing for their next production a the gangs All Here a which is described As a timely political drama. Director Bill fellerhoff is excited about the production with the firm belief that it will be a Success. For the details see a Fine lines a Page a-15. While the basketball fortunes of the Turpin spar tans Aren t the greatest one student tries his Best to keep up the spirit. Mark Powell is sort of self appointed cheerleader who stirs up his schoolmates. Read the feature on Powell on Page a-10. Brides business Church a-7 a-4 a-8 classified a 12-14 sports. A 18-11 Forest Hills journal 544 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244 528-1111 108% coverage of Anderson township it. Washington Newtown California every tuesday and Friday. Circulation audited by

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