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Hilltop News Press (Newspaper) - November 29, 1989, Cincinnati, OhioPm m i �?�b4 u o a u i j a i a Etters Ore letters from ? is to Santa pm t o a a Quot a a x a classifieds. B2 Honor Roll. A12 deaths.a13 schools.a4 lifestyle.a11 sports. .a9 police. A2 viewpoints .a14 a Kultorp news hip vol. 71, no. 47 two sections 22 pages wednesday november 29, 1989a press Community newspaper doctor looks to future Perez not guilty in baby a death by Heidi Fallon staff reporter or. Katherine Perez said the future was All she was thinking about As she left the courthouse monday after being found innocent of murdering her 7-week-old daughter Sarah. Surrounded by the group of friends who supported her during the four Day trial Perez and her husband or. Richard Perez said they would a get on with plans to move to Minneapolis where he will accept a Fellowship in surgery. That move was postponed when Perez was charged by Springfield township police. Saying she was pleased that a truth prevailed a the 33-year-old former Finneytown resident said she was. Also looking Forward to being permanently reunited with her 2-year-old daughter. Perez has been on supervised visitations with her child since the grand jury indictment last june. Perez was to have resumed her fort Thomas paediatrics practice april 17, but testified she now plans on working for her Church. She and her husband Are members of the Cincinnati Church of Christ. She called police to the couples Commonwealth drive Home april 13, 1989, after finding Sarah face Down in her crib. Hamilton county Deputy Coroner or. Harry Bonnell testified the baby died from asphyxia due to homicide and said the time of death was about Midnight. Midnight was the last time Perez said she had checked Sarah. She did not Check the baby again until 7 30 . April 13. Defense attorney James Perry brought in three doctors to refute Bunnell s finding testifying autopsy results were consistent with sudden infant death syndrome. The jury heard an abundance of medical evidence. They did no to hear testimony about Perez a religious beliefs and a report she had abused her 2-year-old daughter april 12. Employees of the Finneytown Kroger store called police after witnessing pm rez spanking her daughter. Judge j. Howard Sundermann ruled neither one could be introduced. After the trial he said that based on rules of evidence the incident at the store a was not the kind of prior incident covered in the rules. The religious Issue Sundermann said was one of character which a is Only an Issue if the defendant makes it prosecuting attorney Seth Tieger said he might have had a a better shot if Sundermann had allowed testimony on the spanking and Church affiliation. A based on the evidence the jury had i can to quarrel with the Tieger said. Shopping for the recruits services work Side by Side by Heidi Fallon staff reporter Strickland posters plastered in Side by Side office windows Beckon window shoppers to Stop in sign up and ship this Little slice of the Pentagon at Hilltop Plaza in it. Healthy h o u s e s recruiting offices of the army Navy marines and air Force. The Competition among the recruiters is fierce but Friendly they say. A we try not to step on each others toes a said Marine Recruiter staff sergeant Bill Arata. A we have a code of ethics and professionalism a adding that is biggest rival is probably the Navy. Each Branch has a. Monthly quota to make. Most of the recruiters have met or exceeded the november count but said if they fall behind consistently they can expect a visit from a frowning Superior officer. Well into their fiscal year which started oct. 1, the Navy has logged 12 recruits the marines 13, the air Force six and the army 16. Some of the recruiters volunteered for their Post. Some were volunteered. A i wanted to be a Recruiter and Warner hikes fee Quot. Quot Quot a. / for Access press staff report Greenhills Forest Park and Springfield township customers of Warner Cable will see a new 76-cent charge on their Hills starting in late december. Warner Cable is introducing a revised rate scale dec. 21 because its Public Access and Community service related a obligations a As contained in the company a 1981 franchise agreement with Cincinnati and 51 other communities Arentt compatible with the company a interpretation of simple hainess hew Fallon press staff Recruiter Stacey Taylor assists Kevin Drake the final enlistment paperwork As the 19-year-old Carthage Man gets closer to his goal off shipping out with the air Force. She and staff sgt. Mike Green Center staff the air Force recruiting station in it. Healthy. I love what i do a said Stacey Taylor a female Recruiter for the air Force. A Recruiter school was the toughest thing in be Ever Busy processing her latest recruit Taylor joked that the five weeks and three Days she spent in Recruiter training was the longest six years of her life. She and fellow Recruiter staff sgt. Mike Green split 20 High schools Between then so they re not in direct Competition with each other for their monthly quota. Kevin Drake the 19-year-old Carthage recruit Taylor is processing said he Felt pressured by the army when he was first checking around. A a in be always wanted to pc air Force and my goal is assigned recruiters agree that their Best Selling Points Are the Educa Winthe to be Tion and Job Security the service can offer an enlisted. Each Branch naturally boasts it can offer a recruit More than the guv a next door a but All have enough enticements that they done to have to resort to High pressure sales techniques. Green replaced the Finger pointing a Uncle Sam wants you with the simple query please see service a15 Warner rate changes slated 1980 Baric 1090 expanded 1989 expanded 1990 Cincinnati .$8.36.$8.77. Colerain township. $8.20.$6.80. Forest Park.$8.36.$7.73. Greenhills.$8.36.$7.73. It. Healthy.,.$8.36.$7.08. Springfield township. $8.36.$7.73 $19.58.$22.42 .$19.20 .$20.19 .$19.58 .$21.38 .$19.58.$21.38 .$19.58 .$20.73 .$19.58.$21.64 the scale reduces rates for Basic service throughout the service area but increases the rate for expanded service. Greg Vawter Access coordinator at the Waycross Community television in Forest Park said the rate change is a no big deals for customers in the three Community franchise he said the 76-cent will be listed As a com / service fee and tacked on to whatever Cable service fee the customer is currently receiving. He said Basic service win go from 68.36 to $8.50, Phis the 76 cents. Virgil Reed president and general manager of Warner Cable communications inc., said producing locally originated programming represents too Large an expenditure for the company considering the a extremely marginal generates. A local viewership it has its Quot local programming has it benefits but at what Cost Reed said. A we have to equate resources with value. Besides the concept of local origination has changed dramatically. A now its up to the individual communities to decide what level of involvement in Public Access and Community service they want what level they deem appropriate a a Pat Havlik administrator of the inter Community Cable were unilaterally Havlik said. A but i also feel had we not gone through the 10-year franchise review this would not have Wojcieszak press staff the a a Nightmare for Katherine Perez is Over and the former Finneytown women says she wants a to get on with her life. Perez acquitted monday on charges she murder her 7-week-old daughter took the stand last week in her defense during the four Day trial. Regulatory commission a suburban Cable a a watchdog body that serves in an advisory capacity to communities As Well As a promoter of local programming said Warners 5 to 7 percent annual rate hike is fair and accurate. A a Warner finally realized its services in areas like Public and Community Access Are not evenly allocated in the City and the suburbs even though the rates ally the briefly boosters workshop dec. 5 the Black cultural workshop parents boosters is having a membership drive dec. 5 at 7 . In the i. Healthy High school cafeteria. Bow is a club for it. Healthy students that Fosters positive self image and awareness. All who Are already part of the group and those interested in finding out More about the group Are Welcome to attend. Refreshments will be served. Greenhills �?T84 plans reunion Greenhills High school class of �?T84 is having its five year reunion dec. 22 from 9 . To 1 . At the vow Hall 8326 Brownway Lane. For More information Call Karen Lam pert at 521-1139. Kinder velt benefits children a College Hill Kinder velt no. 43 is sponsoring a breakfast with Santa dec. 9 in the basement of St. Clare Church. Reservations for the 9 . Or noon settings can be made by calling Bonnie at 542-9470. Deadline is dec. 1. Cost is $3.50 per person with All proceeds benefiting children a Hospital medical Center. Church twirls up Spaghetti supper College Hill United methodist Church Salvia and Marlowe avenues will have a Spaghetti supper and Bazaar from 4 to 7 . Saturday. Cost is $4.50 for adults $2 for children and kids under 5 free. Tickets can be purchased at the door. Call 742-2351 for tickets and reservations. Cary decorated Cary cottage 7000 Hamilton ave., the 1832 restored Home of poet esses Alice and Phoebe Cary will have Holiday decorations in the tradition of the mid 19th Century dec. 3 from 1 to 4 . A special a ambit �?o100 Sears of Christmas cards a will e featured from a private col we tall ii q Lection Nook Home for the be Ope n the gift shop at Clover a e bund will also Call m and Altor today. Board ready for new policy manual by Julie Kemble Horftis contributor after two years of meetings the it. Healthy school Board is ready to present its revised policy manual. The Telephone directory sized volume was Given its first Reading at the boards november meeting it will be voted on after its second Reading. The revised the policy manual line by line. It includes information on discipline the school Calendar and employment. A there is nothing that Isnit covered a said Board president Donald Wolf. A but it is a Broad spectrum. More specific information is in the regulations and the handbooks. The Date of the second Reading was not set pending correction of a number of grammatical mistakes. A vote will take place after the second Reading. Once the guide is approved the Board plans to continually update the manual considering one Section at each meeting instead of dealing with the entire volume at once. At its nov. 20 meeting the Board also agreed to participate again in a Supply buying program hired one teacher and accepted other personnel for substitute positions. A stipend was granted to teachers serving on the District wide Reading committee. The Board also recognized Ligh school three it. Healthy High students who recently received awards and viewed a videotape on the use of computers in the District. The District gave a presentation on its use of at a National meeting in Dallas. Wolf led the Board in a moment of silent meditation in Honor of Betty Coates a District teacher who died recently

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