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Hilltop News Press (Newspaper) - December 17, 1986, Cincinnati, OhioJ a j or Hilltop newts press scr Winf Brentwood College Hill Finneytown Forest Park Bree Hills it. Airy it. Healthy new Burlington North College Hill Springfield twp. A 35 cents he Aphis refereed vol. 68, no. 48 two sections. 24 pages wednesday . 17, 1986 brie., we re proud of it. Healthy building inspector Robert a. Wendel has been named to the newly restructured Hamilton coun regional planning commission ende a Springfield township resident will serve on the seven member Board appointed to make recommendations on proposed zone changes. Wendel is an architect with Dunn and Wendel 800 Compton Road. A Elaine Brunsman a Junior at Mcauley High school has been chosen to participate in the girl scouts project Lead. Brunsman a member of the National Honor society has been in scouting for 10 years and was this years representative to the National conference and is a member of the area in planning Board. A Steven j. Rolfes 34, North College Hill graduated recently from the United states Border patrol Academy in Georgia. The son of John and Edith holies Finneytown Rolfes attended St. Bartholomew and Roger Bacon High school and received a Bachelor of science degree from the University of Cincinnati. A Dianne Reynolds College Hill and Ann Nofziger Finneytown recently Adu ated from the athenaeum of Ohio slay pastoral ministry program. Both received master of arts in religion degrees. Reynolds is a member of St. Richard Parish and Nofziger is a member of North Minster presbyterian Church. You can attend Winter fitness classes will begin Jan. 5 at the Powell Crosley or. Myca 9601 Winton Road. Registration will be . 22 for members and Jan. 3 for nonmembers. Classes include aerobics Nautilus and water exercise. Call 521-7112 for information. A Clove Mook Christian Church 1371 w. Galbraith Road will re enact the traditional boards head and Yule log festival . 28 at 4, 6 and 8 . The colourful pageant includes a cast of 150 con gation members. Call 522-7707 for tree ticket information. A Providence Hospital pro health Center will begin an evening Bodywork coed exercise program Jan. 6. Classes will be every tuesday and thursday from 6-7 . Taught by an exercise physiologist and registered nurse. Call 853-5020 for information. Should do the last in a series of North College Hill con Unity quadrant Meetis jul be Jan. 14 at 7 30 . In the senior citizens Center go Odman Avenue. The meeting will be for residents and businesses East of Hamilton Avenue and South of West Galbraith Road. City officials will be present to answer questions and explain City services. This May help your Hilltop news press will be delivery earlier than Normal next week because of Early Holiday deadlines. A Waycross Community television is currently registering area residents for its january training program. An orientation program is scheduled for Jan. 6 and Jan. 12 from 6-7 . Which is required prior to taking any workshops. Call the studio at 825-2429 for information. A the fifth anniversary of Forest Park business recognition week Jan. 19-23, will include a seminar on the new tax Law changes Jan. 19 at 7 30 . The program for Forest Park businesses will be at the . Penney regional credit service Center. This and worked m. Veid i Western Hills advertised two organs in our classification no. 460 bargain Mart. M. Veid sold the organs within the first week when her a appeared in All 18 of our Cincinnati suburban press newspapers. If you want results place your and today in Cincinnati suburban press classifieds by calling one of our advisers at 681-7777. Tis the season for bad checks by Heidi Failon staff reporter with the Holiday shopping season in full swing area merchants can expect an increase in the number of bad checks forgeries and stolen credit cards. According to local police there Are ways businesses and individuals can protect themselves. A stolen credit cards stolen checks and passing bad checks Are a big problem around the Christmas season although we wont see the results until Jan Uaiwa a a said det. Tony Weber of the North College Hill police department. A one of the Best ways to prevent get Ting a bad Check is to require proper Forest Park police chief Steve Vollmar said a i incidence of stolen checks and Crest cards occur at grocery stores when purses Are snatched from unattended carts. According to Vollmar stolen and forged checks can often be linked to illegal drug activity. A narcotics always seem to be involved somewhere a a he said. A the people cashing the checks Are often Street junkies. Along with being difficult to investigate stolen checks and forged endorsements Are often like opening a Pandora a Box with 20 to 40 people ultimately after receiving a Check Back from their Bank whether for insufficient funds or a closed account a business must Send a remastered letter to the person who issued the Check. The person then has 10 Days to make the Check Good or charges will be filed and a warrant issued according to Weber the sentence upon conviction for passing a bad Check varies depending on the amount and whether it is a first time offence. The it. Healthy Kroger store is one of Many area businesses that will prosecute no matter the amount of the bad or forged Check. A a we la take it to court without a doubt a a said store manager Tim Sher Man. A i think we re much More aware of the problem during this time of year and clerks tend to be More careful about Check cashing like Many grocery stores. Kroger re quires its own Check cashing card with i the appropriate code number which is not on the card before a Check Cap be cashed. Sherman said picture identification cards Are also mandatory for cashing welfare checks. Just requiring a Drivers License and one or two other forms of identification before accepting a Check May not be enough. Please see checks a15 Aiken students ready for workshop in . By Greg Flannery staff reporter add three students and a first year social studies teacher from Aiken his a go k k school to the list of investigators look ing into the Iran Nicaragua weapons scandal. Will Shaw has students Tonya Ralls Tricia Earley and Stan Schmale preparing for a first hand look at the ways of Washington . The four will visit the nations capital in March As part of close up a week Long government studies program for i school students. Shaw said the trip is not for sight seeing. A the students Are not going to Washington to look at monuments and gawk around a a he said. A a it a a program in which they Are going to interact with representatives of Quot Congress the judiciary and the executive Branch in workshops on current the schedule clearly has something other than vacate Ming in mind. Shaw said have to begin studying now. They will work from 8 . To 8 . Each Day they Are in Washington. Part of their expenses Are being paid by local businesses. The students will be encouraged to repay their expenses a the students Are not going to Washington to look at a monuments and gawk a will Shaw Aiken teacher of companies that sponsored the trip. Shaw a graduate of Western Hills by making presentations to employees f it m High school and the University of Cincinnati said close up offers an alternative to the political apathy that characterizes Many Young adults. A i Hope they comeback with a much Keener sense and a greater appreciation of our government a he said. A i believe one of the reasons 18-year-Olds done to vote is there a no support m the family no stimulus. When i was growing up my parents talked to me about elections and there were magazines to read about them. I get the general feeling there a not be much encouragement and time parents spend talking about Shaw said this is the first time Aiken High school has participated in close up. Students from Finneytown High school Are also taking part in the program for the first time he said. Dolores Dunn editor Law director wife mom by Heidi Felton staff reporter Usa Souders press Stapf Ottoree Dunn presides at North College Hill prosecutor for Nayor a court. Dunn is the Only female Law director in Hamilton county. Five editor for Anderson publishing she a vice president of the North College Hill democratic gub a gourmet Cook and member of the St. Margaret Mary Church choir. But to the people who matter most. Dee Dunn is wife and Mother. A a in a go crazy if i weren to doing All the things i do a a Dunn said. A my family says in a a Workaholic but i genuinely enjoy the things i do. I guess i dont understand How other people can to do All these things. It just comes naturally to one of the More time consuming jobs Dunn tackled was running for state representative for the 22nd District last november. She lost her bid for the . Seat by 34 percent of the vote. Please see Dunn a15 Mark Bowe Nwe is staff the try it t doctor in the Houst when Lynn Rogart and her husband Stuart Donovan manage to juggle Thair a Hadlaa to a to Gathar. Tha Wyoming couple have Baan Marylad Tinea May but have Only Baan Abla to a and a bout Ona Day a month to Gathar due to thar Raa Dancy a Hadlaa at Christ and Good Samaritan Heap Lala. Couple juggles marriage with medical residencies by held Fallon staff reporter Lynn Rogers decided at a very Early age to become a doctor. A native of North College Hill Rogers has turned a third graders dream into reality. A there Are some rough nights when i ask myself a Why did i do this a a a she said. A you get so tired working 30 straight hours but then some thug Good or exciting happens and you Bounce Rogers a 1978 Colerain High school graduate completed her medical training at Olio state University last june. She and Stuart Donovan were married in May and moved to Wyoming before starting their residency programs. Rogers was one of Only six people accepted into the Christ Hospital residency program. She will Complete her three year internal Medicine program in june 1989. Donovan will finish his surgical residency at Good Samaritan Hospital m 1991. A it sounds like a Long Lime but it goes so fast a a Rogers said. A a you re constantly learning some thug Laore on Althei inert a. .a13 because of their varying schedules Rogers and Donovan a former Montgomery resident and graduate of Wright state medical school can Only count on spending about one Day a month together. Holidays Are just another Day for them. Thanksgiving found Rogers taking dinner to her husband who was. On Call. They will spend. Cams Mas. Eve apart but to Gers said they will have a be w hours together Christmas Day. A a it a not As bad As it sounds a she said. A we started dating in College so we re used to not seems a lot of each other. We just make the time we do have together even with am her medical training Rogers said she a frustrated that she is unable to help her father Eugene a. Victim of Alzec imers i sea. He has been in a nursing Home since 1983. Please see couple a13 Nch Linch room a seeing red your Index due to an anticipated deficit in the school lunchroom fund the North College Hill Board of education May have to increase lunch prices next semester. Superintendent de Everhart told Board members at their . 8 meeting that the fund has a $2,000 to ,000 deficit right now. Laist year the fund enacted wifi a $6,000 deficit. A a we la be pretty close to that figure the Way things Are going a Everhart said. He anticipates an increase in Elemen lunches from 90 cents to $1 a 1 mph school lunches from $1 to $1.25 next semester. In other action the Board received an Energy audit report outlining proposed projects to save the District m o Ney. The Board also discussed estimates on ventilating the two elementary school gyms. The Cost would be $13,000 for each building. Land to be a Park Springfield township trustees passed an ordinance . 9 allowing them to. Beverly nye.b1 Purchase just Over five acres of land at births .ai2 Mill and Forrester roads. The site will churches .a6 be developed by the pleasant run civic cite sifted ads.b2 association for township recreational facilities. De rothenberg.b8 acco fing to Carl Abel jr., Board of. Trustees president the land is current a a a to no. By owned by several corporations. Abel Pouce said contract negotiations were to be real estate Quot a7 completed by . 16. Schools. In other action trustees approved sports. As the employment of George Vesper at viewpoints.ai4 the Community building and passed a Resolution exempting Costa drive Sass jew. Residents Tom a ban on parking trucks Dapa Isven on residential streets. 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