Tuesday, November 26, 1996
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in today's Enquirer

In closing arguments Monday, prosecutors told jurors they needed to look no further than the gold and diamond pendant found in Elwood Hubert Jones' toolbox to find proof he beat Rhoda Nathan to death in her Blue Ash hotel room in 1994.
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BURLINGTON - A proposed creationist museum near Union is supported by the county's comprehensive plan, the former executive director of the Boone County Planning Commission told Boone Fiscal Court members Monday night.
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COLUMBUS - A state legislator is coming to the defense of Sylvia Stayton, Cincinnati's meter-stuffing granny. House Judiciary Committee Chairman Edward Kasputis, a Cleveland-area Republican, said Monday he will sponsor legislation to prohibit cities from arresting people for popping coins into expired parking meters.
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As two men sat in a car in a Fay Apartments parking lot Friday afternoon, a pair of killers moved to either side of the vehicle and opened fire from outside, killing the occupants, police said. Monday, the men accused of firing the fatal shots in the suspected drug-related robbery were ordered held in lieu of more than $2 million bond each.
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READING - Michael Beimesche misses the Scout workshops. Andrew Geers enjoyed marching in parades, and overnight outings. And Donald Riley laments that there are no more boat rides or dinners with his Scouting buddies. The three men - all in their 30s or 40s and all mentally disabled - loved Scouting. But because their elderly leader had to resign for health reasons, and no one else has stepped forward, their troop, Boy Scout Troop 25, disbanded earlier this year.
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