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Hilltop News Press (Newspaper) - October 8, 1986, Cincinnati, Ohio35 cents o v of h Rrt do 4 u n Ujj j it u a it 0 q / 3 a in cd 1 i a i it o a 3 o a it j it s a i i i o it d x in 7 Ilam resins press scr win Brant Wool College Hill Lortt Barli lit. Airy my. Chat Lily Nociar birr Winslon North Coll co Hill Sariff Icid twp. O u Bricf Lyou can attend the Suzuki children from Japan win Lerf Omi in concert oct. 14.7 30 . At Orbett auditorium. Cincinnati is one of 14 duties the Young violinists will visit during a . Talent education tour. The Cincinnati concert is of snored Cincinnati Suzuki association Cin Ninati Public schools Fine arts fund and the baroque violin shop. Tickets Are available by calling 541-2000, or writing the baroque violin shop 1038 w. North Bend Road. Free to be me understanding Wysell my family my neighbor a is he topic of a series of discussions oct. A 13, 20 and 27 at St. Francis Center 1020014�11 Road Springfield township. Dianne Reynolds m.m.ed., will Lead the group in prayer song teaching and discussion from 7 30-9 . Call 825-9300 for re stration information. The North Colley he a fire department will have its annual dance oct. Ii rom 9 . To 1 . At the Brownway Lane . For ticket information Call 729 828.we re proud of Karla Wurst Hom daughter of Karl and Vickey Wurst Hom in ring eld ship won the Ohio Modem miss title receiving a College scholarship National and trip to the Modem miss Natick finals aboard the . Emerald seas. Contestants Are judged on Scholastic and civic achievements with a minimum 10 hours of Community Volunteer service. Mark Thomas Kirby son of Katharine Kirby North Rouege Hill was awarded a College scholarship to the University of Cincinnati conservatory of music by Warner communications inc. Mark a 1984 Nch figh school graduate is in his Sophomore Jar at May help area Junior and senior High school students will meet to discuss topics in ing for the future at the Myca the connection of Terence. Sponsored by the Yucas of Cincinnati and Hamilton county the conference will be oct. 10-12 at the resident Camp. Call Allen Baskett at 791-5000 for further information. The american cancer society sponsors an a a i can copes session at Providence to ital mondays hmm oct. 27 to dec 15. Like sessions begin at 7 . And last until 8 30 . For More information and to Register Call 853-5113. Should do the Clove Mook Home and school for the Blind 7000 Hamilton ave., will again offer Holiday greeting cards. The braille embossed cards Are made by residents and students of the Home with Grams. Ordering the 1986 cards Call 522-3860. Can you help it Stitko a air Jima inc vol. 68. No. 30 two a Cottons 20 pages we<loe8day, oct. 0, 1986 investigation into deaths continues by Heidi Failon staff reporter it. Healthy police Are continuing their investigation into the murder of Carleen Moore whose body was found Early sunday morning in per found floor apartment. Det. A1 Schaefer confirmed monday that Moore 76, 1964 Compton Road had been stabbed and her apartment showed signs of a Ruggle. Ehi. Earl Fischer was dispatched to the four family apartment building after the body of Moore a upstairs neighbor 35-year-Oid Juanita Miller was found in her car dredged from win ton Woods Lake shortly before noon sunday. Preliminary reports from the Hamilton county coroners office list Millers cause of death As drowning. My. Healthy police refused to comment on whether a possible suicide note was discovered in Millers apartment. According to Hamilton county Park District rangers a re Otora St spotted Millers car plunging into the Lake around i Dight saturday. Divers from the Hamilton county Anarch and Rescue unit were unable to retrieve the car until sunday morning. Please see deaths a key club International sponsored by kiwanis. Is gearing up for the 198�, school year. Key Oito is the larg High school service Organiza Tii a he Hauser president of the Finneytown key club requests service project ideas for her Chib. If you have Suggran Tifis Contact Hauser by writing 2253 Monroe ave., to Cannati. 45212. This and worked t. Upton of add Down advertised to sen con made set of bunk Beds in Atibur imn c�assi�ed8 bargain Mart. T. Upton received eight Calls and sold toe be a gig so i toe first Day toe Adap Peig pad in our 18 Liess newspapers. If you want a fasl and elective results Uke to Upton Idace your and in i Kibur iwo Dasa toes by Calli Felez Ity Man charged with child endangering Robert j. Levine 21,7973 Clove Mook ave., it. Healthy was bound Over to the Hamilton county grand jury sep. 24 on charges of child endangering. Levine was arrested sept. 19 by the it. Healthy police department. According to det. A1 Schaefer Levine called the it. Healthy Rescue squad sept. 17 claiming he had dropped his two month old son while Bat lung him. When sgt. Mike Donathan re need he found the cold having difficulty breathing. The child was taken to child ends Hospi tal Wiere tie remains in critical condition in intensive care with severe head injuries and two broken ribs. If convicted of child endangering a fourth degree felony charge Levine faces six months to five years in the Penitentiary. Schaefer said if the child Dies charges will be changed to involuntary manslaughter. No Date has yet been set for Levine a court appearance. Volunteer mentors ease students Way by Heidi Fallon staff reporter project continued Success is indeed continuing at Aiken High school thanks to the generosity of general electric co. The Cincinnati chapter of the elfin society a 2,000-member Volunteer organization at ., recently presented a $10,000 Check to Aiken to fund the program contribution is More than financial. . Employees make up half of the project continued Success mentors who Volunteer to work individually with 60 juniors and seniors to improve study habits Reading skins and test taling tips. Quot last year All but one of our 36 seniors in the program went on to College a said Jack Schroeder Aiken High school principal. A the idea of the program is to give our students an Edge in getting accepted into last year the pcs program was funded by the Carnegie Institute. Along with the Employees Community residents Are recruited to work with students in specific areas of career interests. Mentors also work with parents and school officials to guide a student into an App private College or University. The Volunteer continues to follow the student through the freshman year of College to ease any problems that might Lead to an eventual dropout. Pcs stemmed from a seven year business school partnership Between And Aiken. In 1978, aircraft engine business group became one of six area companies assigned to a local High school through partners in education. A this program has been one of the Best things to Hain to People and to the elfin piety a said Russ Dut tweder elfin society Community affairs chairman. A helping direct a Young persons life towards a Bright future is about As uplifting As it the $10,000 Grant will be used for clerical help career coordinating services and general support for this years program. I in Quot friends Usa so Joers press staff playing drass up is one of 4-year-old Laura Schmidt s favorite games to play with William Doddy 83. The two have become special friends during his visits to her class at the Center Hill child development Center. Read More about the inter generational approach to child and adult Day care on Page a3. Program keeps teen parents in school by Stan Kleine staff reporter it is not uncommon for school students to have their lives disrupt by an unplanned pregnancy a situation foot often leads to dropping out of school. The great Oaks joint vocational school District has developed a program designed to keep students in school even if they become pregnant. The grads program graduation reality and dual role skills began in the 1984-85 school year at Laurel Oaks with two instructors. Since then the pm Gram has expanded to include Blan Chester Clinton Massie Wilmington Batavia Miami Trace East cd Inton live Oaks and More recently Princeton Greenhills Forest Park St. Berard Elmwood place and Scarlet Oaks. A the objective is to help students remain in school and hopefully get their diploma and support themselves a said Naomi Stock supervisor of grads. The set goals of the grads Foo Gram Are a to increase the likelihood that participants will remain in school during Theu pregnancy and after the birth of their child to the Point of graduation. A to assist participants in carrying out positive health care practices for themselves and their children in both the prenatal and postnatal stages. A to provide knowledge and skills related to child development and to life salutes Active seniors whether you re Young or just Young at heart the a a up Side of aging will be celebrated oct. 9 from noon to 3 . On Fountain Square. To life is be snored by the Academy of Medicine and greater Cincinnati to on geriatric care. Point com cd Cincinnati favourites from the Ruth Lyons show will be among the entertainers along with area Semora. Bonnie Lou Marian Spelman Ruby Wright Cliff lash join five groups of Antcliff a China Tiaris for song dance and j a Percise. Eight area senior centers will provide arts and crafts demonstrations. Free transportation is available to senior citizens at the following times and locations 9 30 . Durham Center Sunset and Gurley Road Madisonville Center 5021 Whetsel ave., Carthage Center 7017 Vine St. 9 45 . Pinecrest Center 3951w. Eighth St. Oakley Center 3217 Madison Road part Eden Center. 2610 Park Center. 10 . Price Hill Center 959 Hawthorne ave., Maple Tower Center 601 Maple ave., Beechwood Center 330 Forest ave. Maple Knou Village Salem and Sycamore senior centers will provide their own transportation. There is also an elder walk planned for interested seniors. Among the entertainers Are the old regime a Barbershop quartet teenage dodgers and Harris Rosedale so dancing in addition to patrons and donors 25 health and service organizations will offer education Booths. All events Are free and open to the Public. Call 421-7010 for further formation. Pul info positive parenting practices. A to encourage goal setting directed toward the concept of the dual role of employee and Parent. The program is geared toward both the prospective father and Mother of the child. Grades and unit credit toward graduation requirements Are awarded to students under guidelines established by the students Home school. Please see parents a17 your Index births .a9 class film by a oaths a18 engagements .-------------------a9 entertainment a9 meetings a a15 opinion ------------�?.---------------. A16 police sports �?.a2 property Iran Fere .a8 sports____________________________________________________.a11 us Burton food-------------------------------------�?b9 news. Rhone 661-8352 Cir out Alton. Phone 542-9474 display ads. Phone 681-9471 . Phone 681-7777 and vibe a sat 681-7777. One of the family of 18 Cincinnati suburban press newspapers 1

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