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Hilltop News Press (Newspaper) - March 22, 1989, Cincinnati, OhioNews serving Brentwood College Hill Finneytown Forest Park Greenhills it. Airy it. Healthy new Burlington North College Hill Springfield can attend official vol. 71� no. 11 two sections 52 pages wednesday March 22, 1980 police getting faster chosen by most forces a hours of study four hours of Range time by Heidi Fallon and four hours in the classroom. Staff reporter the 9mm semiautomatic weapons More than double the number of shots better accuracy and More firepower officers have in their magnums giving Are two reasons Springfield township them 15 shots instead of six. Reloading police Are switching to 9mm handguns time can be reduced As much As 10 police Are trading in their seconds because the gun uses a clip .357-caliber magnums for the 9mm which holds the bullets. The 9mm Isnit italian made Beretta. The new a More powerful gun than the magnum weapons will Cost the department assistant Springfield township about $10,000 with the Trade in of the police chief David Heimpold added current guns. The Price also includes that the Beretta is easier to Dis Assem new holsters and training for the 30 ble and has a Low Jam and malfunction officers. Rate. Heimpold said he Hopes the rest of four of the new guns have been the guns will be delivered within the delivered and four officers have com next few weeks plated the required 16 hours of training while township police Are waiting for to be certified. Training includes eight their new guns Greenhills police have it. Healthy detective sgt. A1 Schaefer Isnit sold on the semiautomatic he said there is too great a risk of accidental discharge to suit him. Three full time and two part time it. Healthy officers use the 9mm guns and another full time officer is getting one. The rest of the department including the chief use other types of guns mostly ,357-Cahber magnums. It healthy officers choose their own weapons and until this year paid for their own guns. A the 15-shot capacity May be Well and Good but when you re up against a bad Guy the idea is to get him before he gets you a a Schaefer said. A you should always have the element of Surprise on your Side not the been using the semiautomatic weapons for More than a year. Chief Donald Slaughter said his department traded in their .357-caliber Smith and. Lessons for 9mm Smith and lessons. Slaughter likes the increased firepower and said the gun is easier to handle and fires More accurately. Forest Park police chief Steve Vollmar has a task Force looking into changing from Smith and Wesson revolvers to semiautomatic weapons. With a report due Early next month the task Force wont have to convince Vollmar of the1 Toms advantages. Vollmar said the 9mm is smaller and thus fits a wider Range of Peoples hands especially his two female officers. Whether the department makes the transition will depend on the Cost Vollmar said. Summer festival guide press Community newspapers will publish a summer festival guide with its May 17 editions. If your Church or Community group is planning a summer festival please Tell us about it mail the information by May 1, to Laura Hobbs festival guide press Community newspapers 4866 Cooper Road Cincinnati 45242. Include the name and location of the festival the Date and time the name of the sponsoring Church or organization a name and phone number of a Contact person and any special information you would like us to know. Egg Hunt there will be an easter egg Hunt March 25 at 1 . For kids 10 and under at Jergens Park at Bruce and Hamilton in Northside. Kids should bring their own egg baskets or egg bags. A a Belles the Clown will be there to help Hunt for eggs. The egg Hunt is sponsored by the Mckie Community Center advisory Board. Usa Souter amp Fless staff Junior Cantor Jeff Peters and Sophomore Forward guard division Iii runner up trophy saturday night in Columbus. Britt Mallett reflect the mood of the North College Hill the troians lost 52-49 in double overtime to Akron a boys basketball team As it Waits in Une to receive the state Chi shop Hoban. Campaign and the Community fell in behind them a Nch principal Doug King said monday a a we re really fortunate to have parents and a Community give us kids like this group. Everybody is so proud of this team and what they did As a team. Very few schools have a trophy like we have. We re thankful for and proud of their goal of a state High school division i championship losing in double overtime in the title game saturday night to Akron archbishop Hoban in Columbus. The loss came almost exactly 24 hours after Nch scored a 71-67 double overtime win Over Wheelersburg in the semifinals. Coach Steve Colliery steam will be remembered As a rallying Point for a Community. A they were the torchbearers for the school Levy the Sun Rose in North College Hill sunday. And although mondays dreary and Rainy conditions might have Best summed up the mood its More Likely that sunday s pleasant and sunny conditions Best reflect the feelings about the 1988-1989 North College Hill basketball season. The trojans fell just Short of claiming he needed a gun for Protection a 15-year-old Greenhills High school Sophomore is facing charges of carrying a concealed weapon to school last Friday. School administrators found an unloaded .22-caliber revolver in the boys jacket along with 15 bullets March 17. Police said the boy witnessed the March 2 stabbing of a Friend at the school and told them he wanted the gun to protect himself. Greenhills Forest Park school superintendent Charles Kron said he expects to have the boys expulsion hearing this week. Kron and Greenhills police chief Donald Slaughter both credited the schools staff and administration for their Swift action in determining the boy had the gun. Kron said because of the continued Diligence by the staff the school a is Safe and he said the staff should be commended a not condemned a adding there have been allegations the school needs tighter Security. A those allegations Are not Only untrue they re blatantly unjust a Kron said. Please see expel a17 please see Pride a Lhome amp Garden Parrillo works to build Tough bodies a in every revolution there is one Man with a that a a motto John Parrillo takes seriously. Well As seriously As John Parrillo takes anything outside the bodybuilding Arena. His self appointed Mission is to take on the world of flab and Fine tune it into fitness. He a succeeding big time. Parrillo Bevis trains men and women bodybuilders to the top ranks of the sport in local state National and worldwide Competition. He a been called the Best by the Best and he takes the Praise nonchalantly. Those outside of bodybuilding and Power lifting May associate the name Parrillo More readily with the hardware store in Finneytown. Parrillo a father Frank Parrillo recently sold the family business. He now works for his son. A briefly is compiled by news editor Gary Presley pleas look inside Lor our Spring Home a Garden special Section. Please build a17 at St

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