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Hilltop News Press (Newspaper) - February 15, 1989, Cincinnati, OhioIns Brentwood College Hill Finneytown Forest Pari North College Hill $ Field township Flea american venture manage Market Money to help Fina More information hip 35 cents inc two sections 18 pages wednesday feb. 15, 1989 Brier you can attend a baby arrives the family and the breastfed baby a is the topic of the Green has Forest Park la leche league meeting feb. 15. 7 30 . Topics of the next two meetings Are a the Art of breastfeeding and overcoming difficulties March 15 and a nutrition and weaning april 19. For More information cafe 742-2586 or 772-0463. A a first banners of the Ohio a Uey will be the topic of the Coleraine historical society meeting feb. 22,7 30 ., at the Northgate Park retirement Community 9191 round top in mind that s what Kathie Droesch would like you to do about the Kinder velt ten Nihon 89 keep it in mind. Kathie a College Hill resident and Active member of the Finneytown Kinder velt group no. 37, is publicity chairman for the Tenn Ithon a fund raising Tennis Marathon in which Junior Tennis players solicit pledges based on the number of hours they play. It runs from 6 . Feb. 18 through 8 . Feb. 19 at All greater Cincinnati indoor Tennis association facilities including colonial Racquet club and Tri county Racquet club. Proceeds Benefit children s Hospital. A Forest Park High school is trying to members of the class of 1979 for 10-year reunion. The reunion i a scheduled Tor May. If you have any information about graduates Call the Forest Park High school guidance office 825-7840.we re proud of Stephanie Voils Sara Riegelsberge Kathy Radecki Kathleen Knecht Julie Schwarber Angela Fages and Shane costello All students at St. Bartholomew consolidated school. These students Are scheduled to be honoured by the Hamilton county commissioners feb. 22 As winners in the clean Hamilton county poster essay contest. Their artwork will be on display in room 607 of the county administration building through the end of february. We re also proud of Jennie Duffy a member of the Mcging Irish dance group which recently qualified for the world championships off Irish dancing scheduled for easter week in Galway 231-2300 or 321-7802. I it wafer a ton proud of Lisa Carter and a Elfis of North College Hill Tawndra Geers and Janet Bronson of he fee inapt members of the stars Baton it. Healthy Jenni ets Metr Greenh fils and Amanda and Stacy i Rison of pleasant run. These gins of Harare and show dance teams which recently was to represent ghz it inn to in the festival of the performing arts in july 27. The blazing stars need about $20,000 to help cover expenses and Are Selling Candy bars Popcorn pizza Avon and Tupperware products a a i easter Candy to help raise the Money. For More information Call 353-4219. A brie by is complied by news de Tor mar Schmetzer american dream or Nightmare by held Fallon staff reporter their dream has turned into a Nightmare but Billy and Champ Halcomb Aren t giving up just yet. The Hamilton Brothers Are clinging to the heme that the country fair traders Market will survive a Legal and financial mess threatening to close its doors. The Halcombe continue to corporation and Bob Harpenau when it opened just before Christmas business was Good. Since then Bills have gone unpaid warrants have been filed against the company a vice president the president has been ousted and last week american venture corporation filed for a chapter 11 reorganization with the . Bankruptcy court. Harpenau seized control of ave Back from Jack Dugan who was acting As the corporations president about three weeks ago. Dugan allegedly failed to pay an estimated $300,000, mainly to subcontractors hired to remodel the former rinks store. Checks that were written were apparently signed by the company a vice president Lisa m. Coffman and most of those bounced. Springfield township police have warrants out for com Nan a arrest charging her with passing bad checks. Coffman reportedly went to Georgia for the Christmas holidays and never came Back. Nobody involved has apparently seen Dugan since Harpenau had police physically remove him from Flea Market offices and recover corporate property in his Possession. Police said Dugan was staying at the Cross roads Motel in the pleasant run farms area at that time. Police said their investigation into the business has turned up nothing else of a criminal nature. At this Point they say the matter is a civil one. Just before she allegedly left town Coffman called Margie Petredis to Tell her she had just won a 1989 Hyundai. The car give away was a promotional scheme the Halcombe say Dugan dreamed up. When the Springfield township woman tried to claim her prize Petredis said she was told there was no car and she was offered $1,000 instead. She has since filed a complaint with the state attorney general a office and is waiting for a Resolution. A i really like the Flea Market and i hate to be doing this to them but i hate what they tried to do to me a Petredis said. A my husband and 1 Are just Little people in All this and i feel they should never have raffled the car off if they knew they pay for trying to keep the business afloat the Halcombe figure they be put in More than $20,000 of their own Money. Billy Halcomb said most of the vendors Are willing to hang on a Little longer As Well. A when or. Harpenau announced head filed for chapter 11 and he was trying to turn things around there were a lot of cheers and some of the people were in tears a Billy Halcomb said. A we All want this to work. This is their vendors livelihood and some left other markets to come Here. Well keep going As Long As we his brother is More optimistic. A Lee Iacocca did it a Champ Halcomb said. A the pulled out of bankruptcy and got Rich. We can. has 120 Days to file its plan its list of ave has 120 Days to file its plan to distribute pay it creditors. Clamp Halcomb said country fair traders Market will continue to operate. Revenues will be used to make the repairs needed to comply with safety and zoning codes. The 114,000-Square-foot building sitting on two acres just outside my healthy is owned by the Cleveland based Glickman associates. Student athlete better focus on books press Community classified collections now you can get More for your Money in the next seven to 10 Days your Carrier will be collect Iii for your Community newspaper. When you pay your $1.25, you will receive a Coupon entitling you to $1 of a medium or $1.50 off a Large pizza hut pizza. Also you will receive a Coupon Worth $1 bean Mcclinton off a classified a it liner and. These coupons can be accumulated for a free classified liner and. Not Only will you be helping to supplement your carriers income but you will be saving Money doing it. If you appreciate our paper and your delivery has been up to Par please pay your Carrier. You can t lose. This month we Salute Steven Mcclin ton for providing great service and doing a consistently Good Job on collections. Steven delivers on Hanover Smiley Hanson Hackett and Hargrove. Multop new press the circulation dept. 542-9474 by John Carter staff reporter the popular View seems to hold that the exceptional High school athletes a those with the ability to play in the College ranks can get by on athletic skill alone. With ability like that who needs school wrong. Important the academically sub Par performance on the Field Middaugh in a few years the stricter said a for he a just not going to be and if proposition 48 does no to derail the career of athletic a or standards of the newly adopted proposition 42, then the University itself just might. Nowadays the trend is that Many colleges and universities wont even look at the marginal student resulting in fewer and fewer schools each year willing to Gamble on players who stand a Good Chance of not cutting the Ali Hanifi Mustard. Recruited such Cincinnati products As reds shortstop Barry Larkin and last year added Lockland a Russell Brock and St. Xavier a Jason Pfaff to the Wolverine squad to name just three. A due to the fact that in a at a University that a very Strong academically As i was at Miami of Ohio that proposition 48 really Isnit a problem for us in baseball a Middaugh said a due to the fact that we re looking for that Good student athlete a proven track record in the classroom is just As important As the both coaches agree that if a prospective recruit does t have the grades then no matter How Good he is on the Field he wont get a second look. A we can to afford to have a kid sit for a year a Faust said. A we look at every school in Cincinnati but we re not going to take a Chance on the kids who Are marginal. The ones that Arentt close at All we done to Gamble Middaugh says the same thing. When you re in a sport that Only has a few Grants you just really can to afford to take a Chance on a player that might be in a situation where he would no the two Well known College coaches with Cincinnati area can Strong ties to the vouch for that. One is University of Michigan requiring baseball coach Bud Middaugh Thonas courses. University of Karrin football coach Gerry Faust is solidly supportive of the minimum Scholastic requirements set by proposition 48. A a in a for it a he said. A testing does no to always mean a kid will or will not make it in College but it makes Young men prepare better for College. A in the old Days a Faust continued a you a fun take dry cleaning 101�?� in High school adding that he Sall for now athletes take certain Core eligible. Our freshmen have to play right away. It s not like we be got a year to acclimate them or Redshirt them. To make our Grants count and make us competitive they be got to come in like a and with the High Cost of a College education where the average Cost repeat average Cost for four years at a private school tops $45,000, it s quickly getting to the Point where the High school athlete cannot afford to make the Effort to gain at least the minimum of knowledge and Rii no a

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