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The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio · Page 49

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Monday, October 14, 1991
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Monday, October 14, 1991 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Business MondayD-7 iMIiClMllWIIl Business people, events and transactions compiled by Shirley Dees EXECUTIVE RBC3T I.-MWIUJPP m 1 " '' J mm , . - , jr' Levine GEEEFCU Bowersox Deloitte & Touche Mi ' B Advertising SiveYoung & Rubicam: April Pisarsky to account executive in the marketing communications firm. Northlich Stolley LaWarre: Chris Baker and Terry Fletcher to associate creative directors, advertising and public relations firm. B Finance General Electric Evendale Employees Federal Credit Union: David S. Levine to vice presidentgeneral counsel. Charter Oak Federal Savings Bank: Mary Beth Ru-demiller to assistant vice president of operations and Jane Schank to assistant vice president and manager of the Cincinnati region. B Health care The Jewish Hospital of Cincinnati: Brenda Kamman Stod-dart to medicalsurgical clinical nurse specialist. Deaconess Hospital: Dr. Jean Siebenaler and Dr. Valerie Purcell joined the staff of Deaconess Women's Care, Clifton. B Manufacturing ' fit V I f Introducing the 1992 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Sedans NOW AVAILABLE IN STOCK- Handling Systems operation. Quantum Chemical Corp.: William C. Norman to sales manager, special products for USI Division. Institute of Advanced Manufacturing Sciences Inc.: A. Kurt Freimuth Jr. to sales manager for IAMS' products and services. Fries & Fries Inc.: Bob Schorr to process flavorist and Larry Robinson to manager of microbiology. B Professional Deloitte & Touche: James L. Bowersox to audit manager. Arthur Andersen & Co.: Curtis Wenzler to manager in the Cincinnati tax division. B Real estate Duke Associates: Mark A. Reed to senior property manager of the Ohio division; and Gregory A. Malone to retail leasing representative. The Tipton Group Inc.: Judith A. Dunn to property manager for Cherry Grove Plaza Shopping Center. B Retail Bailey, Banks and Biddle Jewelers: Milton Toney Sr. to manager in Tri-County Mall. h2M m Herman Litton Wenzler Arthur Andersen & Co. Route 4, Fairfield (513) 829-4700 yf MOTOff CAB COMPANY I1 W' '1 Monday -Thursday 9 a.m. - 8 p.m. Friday 9 a.m. -6 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. -6 p.m. if f authorized saab mercedes-benz A Member Of The Performance Automotive Network Norman Litton Corporate: Alex C. Toney Bailey, Banks & Biddle Jewelers Quantum Chemical Herman to vice president, sales Corp. and marketing for Litton s Unit WPi. ill .w BUSIiSS NOTEBOOK B Meetings American Business Women's Association, Milford Area Charter Chapter: 6 p.m. Thursday at Ashley's, Park 50 Techne Center, 8044 Montgomery Road, Kenwood. Cost $11. Reservations: Nancy Wentworth at 831-1740 by Tuesday. American Marketing Association, Cincinnati Chapter: 11:30 a.m. Friday at The Phoenix, Ninth and Race streets, downtown. Cost $18 members with reservations; $20 non-members; $23 without reservations. Reservations: 244-1169. American sociation of Subcontractors As-Cincinnati: 6 p.m. Tuesday at Clovernook Country Save big money. Clip your coupons in The Cincinnati Enquirer, Galbraith Road, North Sixth annual awards $50 a person; $95 for : Tracy Garrett at Club, 2035 W. College Hill, banquet. Cost two. Details 728-2608. COMMUNITY MUTUAL Blue Cross? a'A'U oiue dnieKh) CHAIRMAN . V VICE-CHAIRMAN 1 ASSIST. "1 PRESIDENT 1 i , rT 1 EXEC.V.P. h EXEC.V.P. Hj EXEC.V.P. 1 y p. I v.p h v.p. HJ MARKETING 1 LyH EJ DIRCT. DIRCT. "j V.P. " V.P- V.P. 1 DIRCT. H DIRCT. H DIRCT. F DIRCT. jj ASSIST. f ASSIST. ASSIST. !j ASSIST. j in Milford. Legal seminar sponsored by Greater CincinnatiNorthern Ken-' tucky Apartment Association. Cost $22.50. Reservations: 281-3511. Management: 7 p.m. Thursday at Junior League Auditorium, 3500 Columbia Parkway. Free seminar. Alan Gravely and John Hall, owners of Anthony Robbins & Associates will discuss "Persuasion Mastery." Details: 984-6160. Management: 9 a.m. Friday at Miami University Hamilton. Management course on strategies for supervisors. Sponsored by Miami University. Cost $99. Details: 863-8833, Ext. 345. Managing change: 8:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Omni Netherland Plaza, downtown. Robert H. Waterman, Jr., co-author of "In Search of Excellence," will speak on "Managing Change" at a workshop and luncheon. Cost for full package $60; $27.50 for luncheon only. Reservations: Julie Shapero at 852-3537. Property management: 7:30 a.m. Thursday; 8 a.m. Friday and Saturday; and 8 a.m. Oct. 24-26 at 14 Knollcrest Drive. Property management course sponsored by Institute of Real Estate Management. Cost $31.95. Details: Kerrie Cronin at 761-8800. Real estate: 6:30 p.m. each Tuesday through Nov. 12 in the Community Chest Building, 2400 Reading Road. Course on "How to Buy a House." Sponsored by Better Housing League. Cost $10 single; $15 couple. Registrations: 721-6855. Real estate career: 7 p.m. Thursday at Sibcy Cline Realtors Hyde Park Office, 2650 Erie Ave. Information on requirements of licensing and benefits of a real estate career. Free. Reservations: Sheila Bell at 321-9922. Real estate education: 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. at the Holiday Inn-Riverfront, Third and Philadelphia, Covington. Real estate education seminar titled "Agency Law" (Session I) and "Fair Housing in the 90's" (Session II) will be hosted by the Kentucky Real Estate Commission. Free. Details: Linda Poliskie at (502) 425-4273. Small business: 6:30 p.m. Wednesday in room 461 of the Business-Education-Psychology Building at Northern Kentucky University. Northern Kentucky Small Business Development Center will present a workshop on "Marketing Strategies for Small Businesses." Cost $10. Registrations: 572-6524. Workplace safety: 7:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Quality Inn, 1717 Glendale-Milford Road, Evendale. Half-day seminar to help local busi- ' nesses develop a basic safety program for their companies. Sponsored by the Greater Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce and the local office of the U.S. Occupational Safety and .Health Administration. Cost $25 Chamber members; $50 non-members. Details: Debbie Lahmann at 579-3116. B Where to send notices All announcements must be received by noon Wednesday for publication the following Monday. Publication of supervisory job changes and meetings is based on the limitation of space and judgment of Enquirer editors. Please identify all photos by writing the name on the back. Meetings and seminars must be open to interested non-members. Fees may not exceed $100, and priority is given to non-profit groups. Announcements of meetings and seminars must include time, date and location to be considered for publication. Retirements of employees with 30 years or more service with one company can be submitted. Send to Shirley Dees, The Enquirer, 617 Vine St., Cincinnati 45201. panella, executive vice president, corporate administration, Star Banc Corp. will speak on "The Impact of Merger Mania on the Banking Industry." Cost $19 members; $21 non-members. Details: Ken Seelig at 521-3280. Professional Education Network of Telemarketers: 5:45 p.m. Thursday at The Phoenix, Ninth and Race Streets, downtown. Cost $20. Reservations: 852-0944. Society for Marketing Professional Services, Ohio Valley Chapter: 5:30 p.m. Thursday at the Omni Netherland Plaza, downtown. Cost $25 members; $30 non-members. Reservations: Shannon at 621-7073 by today. Toastmasters International: 6 p.m. today at the Quality Hotel Central, 4747 Montgomery Road, Norwood. Cost $12. Details: Saundra at 398-4857. University of Cincinnati: 8:30 a.m. Thursday in the President's Dining Room, Tangeman University Center. 1991 Sabin Humanitarian Awards Symposium will focus on ethics, and honor Cincinnatians who have pioneered in humanitarian service. Sponsored by the University College physical therapy assisting program. Women in Communications: 6 p.m. Thursday at Montgomery Inn Ribs King, 9440 Montgomery Road. Reservations: Florence Brown at 851-9763. B Seminars Business etiquette: 9 a.m. Saturday at Miami University Hamilton. Course on corporate protocol, sponsored by Miami University. Cost $30. Details: 863-8833, Ext. 345. Communication skills: 9 a.m. Friday at the Holiday Inn-Eastgate, 1-275 and Eastgate Mall. Workshop on "Powerful Communication Skills for Women." Sponsored by National Seminars Inc. Cost $69. Registrations: (800) 258-7246. Credit reporting: 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Ramada Inn-Sharonville, Sharon Road and 1-75. Free seminar on credit reports by Durham & Associates. Reservations: 561-9908. Disabilities Act: 8 a.m. Thursday at the Chamber of Commerce, 441 Vine St., downtown. The Greater Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce will present a half-day seminar to help businesses understand and comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Cost $50 Chamber members; $100 non-members. Details: Debbie Lahmann at 579-3162. Exporting: 6 p.m. each Thursday through Nov. 7 at the Chamber of Commerce, 441 Vine St., downtown. Course on "Export Shipping." Sponsored by the Greater Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce. Cost $97.50 members; $195 non-members. Details: 579-3175. Financial: 8:30 a.m. Saturday in the 312 Walnut Building. Seminar on "Financial Planning for the Suddenly Single." Instructor will be Laurence Wulker, financial planner and portfolio manager at PaineWebber. Cost $19. Registrations: 556-6932. Financial: 9 a.m. Saturday at Beckett Ridge Country Club, 5595 Beckett Ridge Blvd., West Chester. Free seminar on "How to Survive in Today's Economy." Sponsored by Shearson Lehman Brothers. Reservations: Janet at 562-8323. Facility management: 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at The Phoenix, Ninth and Race Streets, downtown. Seminar on "Facilities Professionals Confronting Today's Realities." Sponsored by International Facility Management Association. Cost $85 members; $95 non-members. Details: Janet Vaughn at 421-8819. Legal: 9 a.m. Wednesday at Ashley's Restaurant, Route 50 at 1-275 BOB ! MARY J BILL MM wmmmoMLM Association for Systems Management, Cincinnati Chapter: 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Quality Hotel Central, 4747 Montgomery Road, Norwood. Topic: "Expert Systems, Fact or Fantasy?" Reservations: Lottie Reid at 287-3247. . . . , Cincinnati Business and Professional Women: 5 p.m. Wednesday at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, downtown. Cost $40. Reservations: 241-9025. Cincinnati Paralegal Association: 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at The Funny Bone Comedy Club Holiday Inn-Riverfront, 600 W. Third St., Covington. Cost $15 members; $17 non-members. Details: Alison McConnell at 421-4142, Ext. 248. Clermont Chamber of Commerce: 7:15 a.m. Wednesday at the Holiday Inn-Eastgate, 1-275 and Eastgate Mall. Business breakfast forum, "Critical Factors to Peak Performance Selling." Cost $9.50 in advance for Clermont Chamber members; $12 non-members; $11.50 Chamber members at the door; $15 non-members. Details: 753-7141. Entrepreneurial Society of Cincinnati: 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at 10925 Reed Hartman Highway, Suite 103. Topic: "Networking in the Business and Financial Community." Details: 793-8600 or 821-0611. Greater Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce and Cincinnati Board of Realtors: 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at The Phoenix, Ninth and Race Streets, downtown. "Meet The Candidates Night" forum with Cincinnati City Council candidates. Cost $10 members; $20 non-members. Details: Debbie Lahmann at 579-3162. Greater Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce, Northeast Branch: 11:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Ramada Hotel Northeast, 1-71 and Pfeiffer Road,, Blue Ash. Cost $25 Chamber members; $50 non-members. Details: 891-8833. Greater Cincinnati Northern Kentucky Apartment Association: 6 p.m. Tuesday at Blake's Restaurant, 570 E. Galbraith Road. Cost $18. Reservations: 281-3511. Illuminating Engineering Society: 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at W.H. Zimmer generating station for a tour. Cost $12. Reservations: Audrey or Becky at 321-6938 before 4 p.m. today. Institute of Management Accountants, Northern Kentucky Chapter: 5:45 p.m. Thursday at Commonwealth Hilton, Turfway Road. Topic: Activity Based Costing. Cost $15. Reservations: Harold Kre-mer at 762-5000. National Association of Accountants, Cincinnati Chapter: 5 p.m. Thursday at Shuller's Wigwam, College Hill. Rosemary Haddad, financial consultant, Merrill Lynch, will speak on "Corporate Cash Management." 6:30 p.m., Joseph A. Cam- r 1 I I I I I II I iaaaBMm (Cioini 'rv; (Oil i Community Mutual and the Greater Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce believe small companies ought to be able to get the same quality health care benefits and affordable rates big companies get. And now, they've joined forces to develop a real health care solution especially designed for small and medium-sized businesses. It's called CnamberHealth. With ChamberHealth, no matter what size your company is, you can take advantage of the strength and buying power of the more than 4,000 businesses who belong to the Chamber. That means rates are low... and designed to stay low. And the benefits are comprehensive . ChamberHealth offers three health plan options, with available extras like dental coverage and a prescription drug plan. Today, back your company with the strength of more than i 000 Chamhpr mpmhers. and the exoe- -A- rience and expertise of Community Mutual. Call your broker or Benefits Network, at 247-2700, for more information on ChamberHealth. I ilo en manu nrhpr hncinpscps in Greater Cincinnati, you'll discover Greater Cincinnati there's Strength in the community. Chamber of Commerce

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