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Eastern Hills Journal (Newspaper) - January 14, 1981, Cincinnati, OhioThat negotiations be reopened and that the differences be resolved by Jan. 19. Eiche told the Eastern Hills journal that he personally Felt there w As a 2 to 2 1/2 percent difference Between the two sides and that he Felt a Compromise could be reached. Thompson declined to make any comment until All Board members could have an Opportunity to examine the teachers letter. Included in the letter were these Points 1. The procedure of the impasse panel was not held properly. Eiche said that the panel meeting of dec. 28 was presented As an organizational meeting. However John Hoffman the teachers representative was called by a panel member and advised. He should be present As Thompson was going to make a presentation. This was a breach of Good Faith not to give adequate notice of the intent of the meeting a Eiche said noting that Hoffman did not have time to prepare a presentation. 2. Teachers would like to see a reallocation of Money in the budget. Eiche claims that there has been an increase in the number of administrators but there has been a decrease in staff and in student population and that administrators salaries total $300,000. A sacrifices should be equitable across the Board a Eiche said. The journal contacted impasse panel chairman William Konold who gave this statement. A a the panel made every Effort to be As fair As possible. We carefully avoided anyone being an advocate out of the presence of the other. We met on dec. 28 to decide How to proceed a whether to meet again on the 31st or have briefs presented and meet on saturday Jan. 3. Panel members Felt they wanted All the information they could have to prepare them for a meeting on the 31st, an idea supported both by Hoffman and Thompson in order that the school Board could certify school expenses to continued on Page 2 adult education kisses Start in Mariemont the Mariemont City school District will hold registration for the adult evening education program at Mariemont High school tonight Jan 14, from 7 to 8 30 . Classes will begin the week of Jan. 19, and Are open to the Public. To receive a brochure with class schedules Call Mariemont schools 272-2720 or write to Glen e. Miller Mariemont evening education 6750 Wooster Pike Cincinnati 45227. How a a Nooft Zifcu go by bold coins a Sterling we buy Cash payment tud i Mort of to the Cui Neit of fist Uno Willums 11. In i0rm� 631-2112 of al 7 its my late Buck hats Library jul a postage chlo historical society paid inter stat 71 j. Itab a Coffit Mufti Ohio Columbus cd 43211 As. S53d to place a classified and Call 731-7170 by 3 00 . Monday display advertising amp news Call 531-0234 paper delivery 731-4200 a Oxfort Shiffe Jmel Cincinnati serving i 7,000 Homes in Eastwood East Hyde Park Fairfax Hyde Park Sib i fib an Madison place Madisonville Mariemont Iff. Lookout Oakley ,>apcr5 Shawano Trail Terrace Park circulation integrity est. 1936 vol. 45 no. 2 20c i Juabot Ohio wednesday Jai 14.1981 4415 Montgomery de. Phon-53� a tvs association wants negotiations reopened Mariemont teachers reject boards salary hike Federal program promotes Book distribution Reading is fundamental at Hyde Park school Lisa Charles left and Melanie Bata Glia tend an ear at the dlr distribution at Hyde Park school. By Marty Bartlett approximately 50 teachers attended the Jan. 6 Mariemont school Board meeting to emphasize their rejection of the 6.75 percent salary increase proposed by an impasse committee. The impasse committees recommendation had been accepted by the Board at a special meeting dec. 31. Mariemont District education Assn. President Richard Eiche told the Board a we consider the proposal a vote of no Confidence in the teachers. We feel the Board and the administration do not consider the teachers a relevant and integral part of the educational Board president or. Sandra Small replied a i feel very strongly that you have misinterpreted this. There was very Little discrepancy Between the financial facts As perceived by both sides. We Are in a dire financial situation. This is not a proposal but has been adopted by the Board. It in no Way reflects on the value of the teachers but on the financial bind we re in. I personally feel saddened that you have chosen to interpret the action As a negative one that was not our Eiche told the Board that the teachers would request a reopening of negotiations. At a meet ing attended by 55 of the districts 96 teachers 53 teachers voted to reject the contract one voted in favor of it and one abstained. On Jan. 8, Eiche delivered a letter to Mariemont superintendent or. Donald Thompson asking symbolic support for hostages yellow ribbons abound on Withrow Bridge by Joan Bodenburg a give a kid a Book. Give a kid a break beams the television advertisement for the federally assisted if Reading is fundamental program recently set into motion at Hyde Park school by its Pat. If started in 1966 As a non profit organization geared to motivate Reading and in 1975 was officially expanded through educational agencies of the Federal government. Today the program has been coordinated through the . Dept of education and is reaching More than three million youngsters through an 11 million paperback Book distribution. System. Cooperation be tween the business educational and individual educational support groups has made if a horizon expanding venture with countless children As beneficiaries. To be eligible in the Public sector the applicant can be a school system individual school Public Library or state or local Agency. Those eligible in the private1 sector include such groups As ptas Community service organizations daycare centers recreational organizations youth Camps service clubs and local affiliates of National organizations plus Many others. The group applying for the Matching monies must set up a program which gives books to children for private ownership permits the child a free selection without adult interference from a wide variety of books and Reading Levels and must give a minimum number of books within certain time frames. Once a group has been approved As a contractor with the if program it then begins providing Book related activities has a Book selection committee which works with any of More than 150 approved publishers notifies parents and guardians about the program and involves them and serves All children in the program equally the Hyde Park school Pat voted to apply for its if Matching funds last year. After approval came this summer president Virginia Browsh Cathy Shick Mary Ann Habjan Barbara Colley and resource Center teacher Adeline Smith served on a committee to a select approximately 500 paperback books ranging in titles from a the guinness world Book of records to Quot big tracks Little tracks about animal tracking. Distributions Wero set for november february and april of the current school year and Pat Money involved was approximately $180 while if funds pledged were about $550. Third and fourth graders have been the recipients. Artist Parent and school auxiliary Aid Helen Williams designed a special bookplate Fea Turing a silhouetted child Reading out of door for the distributions. Other promotional ideas so far have included appear Anees by Captain riffs caped former Bengal and Parent Neal Craig and he sidekick Tex t Book Bob Payne in Western regalia it at the schools halloween Parade and in the class rooms and special an posters created Foi involved children in an teacher Kevin Mac Quaider a classes. The posters were on display in the third and fourth Grade rooms. In addition sneak previews of the books were held during regular Library hours and a Quot Popcorn party and Book discussion took place in third Grade teacher Pat West a classroom. The first distribution was held shortly before thanksgiving in conjunction with favorite storybook characters Raggedy Ann Barbara Colle Little or Phanie Annie Gini Browsh and the Rainbow lady Cathy Shick whose role was inspired by poetry about rainbows. Yet to come in this years program Are the february and april distributions f february a will revolve around a tentatively scheduled Assembly Complete with a guest author and performance by either the Peanut butter theatre or Cincinnati opera As a Fine arts connection to Reading motivation. The springtime Windup will feature a balloon ascension by the school. According to Mcneil two Brave souls Junior Roosevelt Howard and senior Clark Hult quist even affixed a couple of ribbons to the top of the clock Tower. Many of the ribbons were tied to the condemned Bridge that connects. Madison Road with the main Campus. Asked if tying yellow ribbons round the old condemned Bridge transcended the obvious symbolism Mcneil did note that those working on fund raising efforts for restoration of the Structure Felt a Peculiar kinship with the captives. A a we a love to see them released from Iran and we feel we have an understanding a we feel we Are hostages Mcneil was of course alluding the difficulty of getting financial assistance from the Cincinnati school Board. A at first the Board had not prioritized monies for this because it was an unforeseen problem Quot Mcneil said a but now they Are willing to take a new look at the the Bridge was closed in july of 1979 when it was found to be unsafe and has subsequently caused inconvenience to both students and visitors As they have to get to the main Cam usvia longer Side routes. In june of 1980 it was dedicated to the memory of a Withrow teacher Nora May Nolan and checks from student Council and the senior class were the first deposited into the condemned Bridge coffer. Currently the total amount collected is $9,000. Mcneil said $91,000 More is needed and he said he is hoping the school Board will help out by appropriating some Money for it. Mcneil added that the Bridge will be open for graduation again this year As it was last june. Donations Are still beg accepted for the Bridge and May be sent to Nora May Nolan Withrow Bridge fund the first National Bank 3424 Edwards re. Cincinnati 45208. Withrow s ribbon campaigners Are from left standing mrs. Miriam Stefanic Roosevelt Howard Clark Hultquist principal major Mcneil Carmen Duncan mias Evelyn Johnson and Derrick Campbell kneeling Carol Hunter Diannie Blair Gloria Howard Anita Andrews Tracey Bridge and Valencia Denise Jones. Photo by Steve sperow available 150 students in the if program who will insert papers into their helium filled balloons asking finders who their favorite authors Are and giving a return address of Hyde Park school. A eventually the program could be expanded to the Point that the entire school could participate a said Cathy Shick who has guided the if project through its recent planning stages. A we involved nearly 20 families in if and have succeeded without our librarian mrs. Smiths help. We have had nothing but positive feedback from our teachers and a lot of interest from teachers not As yet a parental and Pupil enthusiasm has been High and the word a a eager describes the anticipation for the next if activity on feb. 4.�?� Pat president. Virginia Browsh 871-0413 and Cathy Shick 871-7016 stressed that they would be Happy to share their ideas about if with interested groups from other schools. They can be reached at Home or by writing to Hyde Park school 3401. Edwards id. David Jackson Donald Hicks and Donald Rosser from left show off their choices of books from the if sports table. To lie yellow ribbons the 52 hostages certainly need not fear that their return will be anything but a a no holds barred Welcome. That Point notwithstanding yellow ribbons have recently been top Ping up All Over the City on Christmas Trees Fence posts and Telephone poles conveying a Range of emotions from a a in a thinking of them to a a in a mad As Withrow High school 2488 Madison rd., has joined the ribbon brigade. Evelyn Johnson a cosmetology class led by the class of president Tracey Bridge instigated the a yellow fever at the Hyde Park school. On the final Day of classes before school recessed for Christmas vacation 1,000 ribbons were passed out. Major Mcneil principal of Withrow estimates that More than half of the symbolic strips were tied to various places around the Campus. Ribbons Are now fluttering All. Around the by Mary Ann Doherty there was a time when a tie a yellow ribbon a round the old Oak tree a a was recognized As the theme song to the Tony Orlando and Dawn show. Now its a patriotic edict an attempt to show concern and or contempt about the hostage situation in Iran. The premise of the song is that a yellow ribbon signifies acceptance of someone who has been away and an anxious anticipation of their return. And in View of the proliferation of the sym came Mao a a p Ort

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