The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on September 24, 1991 · Page 45
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Tuesday, September 24, 1991 Till- CINCINNATI F-NQURI.R EXTRAWest 5 Related interests I There is some place like home! At the Village you can enjoy the companionship of new friends, take pleasure in the many activities and social events, and have the comforts of your own home. Call today and decide for yourself why so many of your neighbors are coming home to Western Hills Retirement Village. I For more information, please fill out and send to i 1 Western Hills Village Retirement Village I 6210 Clevcs Warsaw, Cincinnati, OH 45233 1 I Name 1 Address Phone City State Zip j II " ' ' f,v' II u u t . i . ,'ti . - j J J . f ! i ' I : 1-4 - : E ...., Z,, ,,-.. , imMMJ I pis f 'X "'"-i. VKI , . ". ,' ' fl - Wester mnis yt'wyy 6210 Cleves-Warsaw Road Cincinnati, OH 45233 Heliremenl cVillage ... ... ") 1 ; -"1 i 3 i ll'.iMllWlfc Tho r.inrinnati PnnnirArDirk Rwaim Seventh-grader Amanda Ellert (striped T-shirt) describes a class project to Soviet (Ukraine) television journalist Sergei Potimkov during a visit to a Three Rivers Middle School social studies class Thursday. The visit was made possible through the Sister Cities Association of Cincinnati which furthers global understanding by assisting sister-city relationships. vs Deeu Receiving Cable TV Services F You7 Births Without Paying, You're Forgiven. But once the deadline passes, we'll be aggressively cracking down on cable theft. Electronic, home-by-home audits and other sophisticated detection efforts will begin. So don't delay. Because after Nov. 1, we'll be in a very unforgiving mood. Until Nov.1, Mis. We're good-hearted folks here at MetroVision. So if you call and let us know, or turn in your converter at the address below, by 5 PM on Nov. 1 , we'll forgive and forget the whole thing. If you like, we'll even sign you up as a regular subscriber. to Regina and Jeff Burns, Colerain Township. Erin Elizabeth Doherty, born Aug. 28 to Sheri Wooldridge and Thomas E. Doherty Jr., Colerain Township. Sara Christine Dillon, born Aug. 21 to Michelle and James Dillon, Colerain Township. JEWISH Alix Marie Niehaus Heger, born Sept. 3 to Barbara Niehaus and Joseph Heger, Harrison. Ashly Marie Salyers, born Aug. 27 to Gina Howe and Curtis Salyers III, Mount Healthy. Zacharia Nathan Hayes, born Aug. 30 to Vikki and Eric Hayes, Colerain Township. Ariel Louise Vetter, born Aug. 31 to Karen Livers and Douglas Vetter, North College Hill. Arthur Allen Viox Jr., born Aug. 27 to Shawna Lynn and Arthur Allen Viox, Mount Airy. MetroVision. to Valeria and Marshall Elliott, Forest Park. GOOD SAMARITAN Olivia Christine Haring, born Aug. 28 to Karen and Tony Haring, Delhi Township. Mason Matthew Maltry, born Sept. 1 to Kris Ann and Mark Maltry, Price Hill. Andrew Michael Otte, born Aug. 30 to Kim and Bruce Otte, White Oak. Timothy Wayne Scott Jr., born Aug. 29 to Deanna and Timothy Scott, North College Hill. Valarie Katrina Lee, born Aug. 27 to Valarie and Robert Lee, Mount Airy. James Tyler Harris, born Sept. 1 to Christine and James Harris, Cole-rain Township. Shauna Marie Weinberg, born Aug. 29 to Sandra McGoon and Timothy Weinberg, Price Hill. Steven Michael Armstrong, born Aug. 30 to Linda S. and Eric L. Armstrong, Westwood. Caitlin Dawn Burns, born Aug. 29 CHRIST Balia Bryana Haile, born Sept. 2 to June and Kevin Haile, Forest Park. Gregory Thomas Fish, born Aug. 30 to Constance and Gregory Fish, Harrison. Emily Katherine Spade, born Aug. 30 to Vicki and John Spade, Green Township. Robert Scott Ahuja, born Aug. 31 to Michele and Roshan Ahuja, Forest Park. Matthew Carol Salamone, born Aug. 26 to Linda and Steve Salamone, Bridgetown. Benjamin Michael Dooley, born Aug. 29 to Laura and Michael Dooley, Price Hill. Ashley Diane McElroy, born Aug. 29 to Claudia and Danny McElroy, Springfield Township. Maggie Lynn Schad, born July 4 to Mary and Anthony Schad, West-wood. Brooke Elizabeth Neumann, born Aug. 28 to Julie and Gregory Neumann, Delhi Township. Delorse Belle Elliott, born Aug. 28 32(J0 Westltournt pay the price. Ontario D'jon Da'she Williams, born Aug. 23 to Trina Renae Williams, North Fairmount. Get comfortable. And get a $1000 rebate. IM011 .) 1 1 i I 1 SIT! Buy a Byrant deluxe furnace and air conditioner as a matched system and get a $1000 rebate. It's the perfect way to stay comfortable in all types of weather and it's comfortable on your budget, too. Find out why test pilot Chuck Yeager says Bryant products are "The Right Stuff... To Last." Limited time otter. Residential applications only. r i I j o W 1. Checking Model 597 Plus 901 Health The Deaconess Hospital Arthritis Center is offering an "Arthritis Self-Help Course" for six weeks beginning Thursday, from 1 to 3 p.m. in the 2 Frersing Conference Room at Deaconess Hospital, 311 Straight St. Cost: $15; doctor's permission is required. Informationregistration: 559-2787. Meetings A program on achieving peaceful relations with an ex-spouse is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Wyoming Presbyterian Church, Burns and Wyoming avenues. The meeting is free, and is sponsored by Stepfamilies of Greater Cincinnati. Information: 777-1780. Support groups REUPERT HEATING & CONDITIONING FAMILY OWNED t OPERATED FOR 33 YEARS 5137 CROOKSHANK ROAD 922-5050 Account Left You SIIHII (Self-Help for the Hard of Hearing) meets at Providence Hospital on the first Tues lOOi mm UM KPT day monthly, at 7:30 p.m. in Class room 2A on Level I. intormation 542-0315. . The Widowed Persons Sup port Service meets at the following locations: Harrison Community Cpnter. fourth Tuesday monthly. 7 D.m .: St. Lawrence Catholic Church bineo hall, second and fourth Sundays at 5:30 p.m., 3680 Warsaw Ave., Price Hill. Our new checking package is long on benefits. And when you maintain a minimum balance of $100, it's free! ABC, Adults Beyond Co-Dependency, a self-esteem program, meets Mondays, from 7:30 to 9 p.m. at Trinity Presbyterian Church, 3174 Mack Road, Fair field. Information: 852-9144. 7H0 TURBO SEDAN OR WAGON "The Family Dimension" is the topic at an Attention Deficit Disorder Council of Greater Cin H, umi.iII wiihm V ininiirw hnuti.viH ('.ih .VK.iiui' is iv.iJih .nifsMMf with ww MSA nt M.iMi-rt irJ. Financial Ni wsi n ii-Rs.'rimii:honi tlw M'.ir. hi'II rwi'iw inlorm.itiw iH-wk tii-tN lull o toiiMitni't ,niil lin.nu i,il ti to In-lp mi m.ikt- Muart Ji'i wniiv S Jon'i k-t yimtH'lt Iv sltort-i.h,iniil' HmJ out .iKnit iIhm' ami irthi't Ivudits h ahum u uU. Ask ,ilHtt thi- iliiKini: p.K'k.iui' tint's ttiv with ,i fkv imnnuiim ImI.iiki', W" u n he ikni,i it tth kmhI 'it ,i KiLiiiii "( MiV "mti l cinnati meetina at 7:30 p.m Karloiy-To-Dnilcr Incentive Slf)0() Denier 83505 Till al Saving If Vnu Ilii) b lohrr II I Sr0)3 Ckmmt Card Proihuon. It vourv.mK liif ttf Mtk-h. .1 Mliyk' l, ill Ik (Kit loll tfif numlvr .mvimk', J.i r nidtt, udl t-iwin- tkn vxmr i .ml ivmk'In .in mrfilivil imnu Ji nrlv .mJ (kit tu-u ,ui will Iv m'HI promptly ti vrti Kk.isii ri p Khy RiN(i Si-RVK't:. Tin-ivrsiin.il kli-nhtkiitmn numlvr n voiir (rev kt-v rmi: liiwuHiiVN it your luv I1! -"il Hn hiulcr Jik iIk'mi in tlv.' nutl, wv'll ri'tuni thorn to ymi vm,ii,v luv! AlVIOI N t AL Dl-ATH InM iRANi'l-.. IikIikIii! with mir ihikmi p.kk,ii,v i Inv .kikk-nnl tk'.nli iiiMir.mu'. V it'll Iv um iwI wlu-n ir.iwlnu! mt iMrlini., Ir.nnt. Nih-s .mJ nilu'r toiumun i.urk'tv Vacation And Enti ri ainmi nt DlSt "Ol 'NTS. Ymi un vtw tJ, W with out n.iiion.il JisumntN on ilinmu, Uluini;, i.ir ixnf.iU. 1'ntiTi.iinnK'ni .ml mnt', Lmi luii Nt v Cash Aovanu:. Owt s.AV ii'iitt'tx n.itionuuk' ki w ih'i i.ish when yon nml Thursday. The group will meet at the Special Education Regional Resource Center. 415 Herman St., behind Deaconess Hospital. Infor mation: 241-4089. Susan For yeiirs. people have driven Volvos because of their legendary repulailim fur safely and reliability. For a limited lime. Hie makers of Volvo are offering a slightly more tangible Incentive: exceptional savings when you buy a new Volvo. Bui only until October 3 1 si. See your Volvo dealer for details. Il's always made sense lo drive a Volvo, it makes even more sense to buy one before October 3 1st. VOLVO m CII II MIKIII MKKH: CIIKI1IHUIIIN Drcnlwooil Savings Association Reunions Bri'nl(Md (llimu-t iWk K42II Wmlon Koiul I.M -4.VH IVnt Oflkt; S7h7 Harrison I'ikc 5.74 44l Cumminsillc ()ITk 1757 CIi.im.' Avenue hXI-IKK The Hughes High School rina nf 1961 reunion will be f)rt. 11-12. For information, cal 961-1000 or write to 2516 Park (Stillpass) VimciNMaciT 7411 900 Ave., Cincinnati 45206. I QUA! HUUSMC r Hill: LENDER Mi'mhtM Complied by Michelle McAdams

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