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Eastern Hills Journal (Newspaper) - January 21, 1981, Cincinnati, OhioTo place a classified and Call 731-7170 by 5 00 pm Friday display advertising amp news Call 531-0234 paper delivery 731-4200 cd Nch a Nat suburban Shiffe Jami Mark of circulation integrity serving 17, a Homes in East Wood. East Hyde Park Fairfax Hyde Park Madison place Madisonville Mariemont it. Lookout Oakley of Kauanoe Trail Terrace Park est. 1936 vol. 45 no. 3 Cincinnati Ohio wednesday Jan. 21, 1981 20c 4415 Montgomery re. In Mariemont District salary Loggerhead brews Between Board and teachers by Marty Bartlett Mariemont schools will remain open even if teachers strike. Or. Donald Thompson superintendent of the school District told the Eastern Hills journal. If a work stoppage occurs schools will be manned by teachers not participating in the strike and by substitute teachers. The Mariemont Board of education has declined to reopen negotiations with the teachers. Quot it is the judgment of the five Board members with the recommendation of the impasse panel that the negotiation process has been fully completed a Thompson said. The Mariemont District education Assn. Idea had refused an impasse panels recommendation of a 6.75 percent raise and threatened Legal action and Quot any other appropriate teachers met at 6 30 . Monday Jan. 19. At that meeting the approximately 50 assembled teachers voted 2 to 1 to give the Meda executive Board the authorization to strike. However Richard Eiche idea president earlier told the journal Quot if we file suit we re not going to take Job the procedure of the impasse panel May be grounds for Legal action according to Eiche. He explained that when the procedure of referral to an impasse panel was set up several years ago it was decided that the action of such a committee would not be binding on the Board. Therefore he reasons it is a Quot unilateral Eiche says that the dec. 28 meeting of the impasse committee was ostensibly an organizational meeting but that the teachers representative John Hoffman was called at Home told that or. Thompson was about to make a presentation to the panel and that Hoffman should come to the meeting As soon As possible. Eiche says there was no Opportunity to prepare a presentation William Konold panel chairman has told the journal that the panel asked both Thompson and Hoffman to speak As the panel wished to obtain As much information As possible in order to study it thoroughly before the next scheduled meeting on dec. 31. Further Konold says the panel offered to give Hoffman extra time at the meeting of dec. 31 to respond to anything Thompson might say in advocacy during the meeting on dec. 28, and Hoffman agreed to this suggestion. The committee report stated. Quot we Are putting the squeeze on both parties. The 6.75 percent is our Best Compromise figure to meet the a teachers needs for 1981, but to leave enough in the pot so that an adequate raise can be Given in 1982.&Quot Over the past weekend a Quot fact Sheet from the school districts office was distributed door to door in the three communities which comprise the school District a Mariemont. Fairfax and Terrace Park. A meeting was held thursday january 15, to i continued on Page 2j st. Mary s soccer stars st. Mary a boys kickers Are from left kneeling David fanning David Albanese Danny Willig Greg Shapleigh Jimmy Fitzgerald Jimmy Capannari Steve Dorr standing Paul Korchak Eric Gunderson Drew Johnson Dick Roell Dave Lutmer coach George Randall Paul Gardner Jeff Hartman and catch Jim Johnson. More pictures and Story on Page 2. Nell Mulford s grandson Oxford dream comes True for Hyde Park woman skin puppeteer Sally Wilkins disabled puppets teach tots to Cope with handicapped by Christie Evans even when the teacher tells class not to leave their seats Mark Riley has no trouble racing to the water Fountain. Mark is one of four child size puppets to visit the Maple Dale elementary school in Blue Ash recently he wears a head Brace and depends upon a wheelchair to get around. Mark has cerebral palsy a he and his other puppet friends Are part of a travelling troupe which visits Cincinnati schools to teach children about what its like to be handicapped. To Quot help Quot educate children about his disability Mark and his travelling friends along with puppeteers like Sally Wilkins of Delta Avenue Hyde Park have set out to teach children around the City what it is like to be handicapped. Quot every puppeteer has something different to offer the program a said Wilkins who is a special education major at the University of Cincinnati. Quot some of us know sign language. Others Are parents of disabled children or have studied some aspect of special Wilkins believes that the child like cloth figures seem to reach youngsters better than adults can. The puppets Are made to be the same age As the children. They Are Able to talk about their handicaps As Well As have them visible. The audience can Sally Wilkins brings Mark the puppet to Bra efm Ercy Hospital moving to Anderson township at press time monday the Eastern Mills journal Learned that our lady of mercy Hospital has accepted the recommendation of a st. Louis Hospital consultant to develop health care facilities in Anderson township. Helen Balush Public relations chairwoman for the Hospital said future use of the present facility in Mariemont is now being studied by the same consulting firm. I the report listed the unusual Topography of the existing site limited areas for physical expansion in Mariemont extreme bed pressure parking problems and zoning As reasons the Hospital should relocate to the Anderson township site. See How Marks wheelchair or Renaldor a braille watch works. No part of a disability is hidden or avoided in discussion. Quot kids on the blocks puppet shows attempt to break Down the Quot done to look Quot approach to the handicapped that has persisted Over the years puppeteer Carol Walker explained. Now that a a mainstreaming a teaching handicapped and non handicapped children alike in the same classroom a is a fact in Many school systems teachers Are focusing More and More on the need for children to be educated about disability. Scripts performed by volunteers who Wear Black and Are visible throughout the performance concentrate on acquainting the children with blindness deafness mental retardation and disabilities resulting from disease. Puppets who Are not handicapped ask questions of those who Are. The idea is that the questions which Are raised Are ones that youngsters Are really curious about. A child with no exposure to disabilities wants to know How Mark gets to school in Bis wheelchair or How Renaldo who is Blind finds what son his plate at dinnertime. In Many cases a child does no to know that its alright to ask a disabled person these things. The puppets teach them in an a threatening fashion that it is Okay that a person in a wheelchair would rather be asked questions than stared at. The shows Are not just for the non handicapped. The performance at Maple Dale elementary captured the attention of eight to 10 children., students like the rest but exceptional in that they were each one handicapped in some Way. For these children tin show meant something different. The puppet a helped them to understand not about disability but about creating relationships a friendships a a with their non handicapped Peers. Quot the hardest thing a Carol Walker said a is getting these kids through school and teaching them How to Deal with the peer pressure. But the More a Normal you can treat them the More Normal they Are going to be a for real people dialogue about disabilities May not come As easily As it does for Quot the kids on the that a Why Mark and Renaldo and their friend.3 have set out to teach. When a child in the Maple Dale audience asked Mark if his friends made fun of him he answered the puppets and the staff behind them Are determined to change that answer to an unqualified a a not. By Shelley a. Schweitzer Nell Mulford of Hyde Park is credited by her grandson for providing the influence which later j to his b intr awarded a a Boies scholarship her grandson David lie Well Dodds a graduate student at Harvard University will a study at Oxford University in Cambridge England beginning in september. The 24-year-old son of Mary and Warren Dodds already holds a Bachelor of arts degree in English and history from the University of Evansville. He recently completed masters degree requirements at Harvard earning a second degree in English. Dodds will continue his work in English but he said he has not decided if he will pursue his doctorate at Oxford or if he will wait until he returns to Harvard after the two year scholarship runs out. As a Rhodes scholar Dodds receives two years tuition and expenses at the English University. The local Man is one of 32 scholars in the country to receive the award and it was a grueling process which led to his selection. He asked numerous persons to write letters of recommendation which they ser t to members of a David l. Dodds Oakley spat Frey names Wiki award cites a amp a Pat Frey of it. Vernon Avenue Oakley submitted the name selected by the Cincinnati chapter of women in communications inc., Wiki for an award to be Given to Queen City employers for outstanding initiative in advancing the needs of women in the workplace. Called the advocate award it will be presented next summer to Pat Frey the Winner from among monthly nominees and is designed to spotlight companies and firms that Are making significant improvements in employment policies that Benefit women and employee families. Procter amp Gamble a amp athe january nominee has been cited for its three pronged policy of employee benefits to help working parents. Frey submitted both the winning name advocate for the award and the name of a amp Gas the initial nominee. She is the editor of sales moonbeams an in House publication of a amp a. Frey called attention to the company a policies As outlined in the advocate award nomination which include a Liberal maternity program a leave program for child care which allows time off without pay beyond Normal maternity leave for either Parent and a program of personal leave without pay aimed at giving prospective parents additional time to prepare for the arrival of a child. In addition her nomination cites the company for its Quot concerted efforts to recruit train and promote according to another Eastern Hills resident Louise Doering of it. Lookout a member of the Welcl Progress of women committee Quot it is to s intention to publicize those organizations and Indi duals who contribute a the Progress of women and also those companies and firms which make a real Effort to promote qualified women to management positions and non traditional any local employer regardless of size can be nominated for the Wiki advocate award. Nominations can be sent to Carole Wilson 10421 storybook dr., Cincinnati 45242. Selection committee. He wrote an essay on his past accomplishments and a goals of the future. This along with the application form and a list of his and interests was forwarded to the committee headed by Sam Longmire. Dean of the University of Evansville College of arts and sciences. His essay earned him an interview at the College and he was subsequently selected by the state to enter regional Competition. The country is divided into eight regions Dodds explained and four persons Are selected from each. Quot its a Type of Cross he said of the interview. Primarily he noted he was asked questions about rems in his essay. �?o1 was glad because id really thought things discussion of his we Elsh heritage was a focal Point of the paper and the first question they asked him at the regional level was Quot what is the Welsh word for bathroom Quot. And he knew. Quot my grandmother. Nell Mulford. Was Welsh Quot he said. He credits her with inspiring him to read and to learn history. His father helped him develop an interest in literature As Well. Quot i just came from a Reading family and i think that a Good. When Dodds finishes his studies he Hopes to pass his knowledge on through teaching. As a substitute teacher in the Cincinnati schools prior to his going to Harvard Dodds said he decided that he wanted to teach. Me said he is interested in teaching at the College level so that it will not be necessary to Deal with 9? the i put to Ary problems found in a Public school system. Dodds has also worked As a Library assistant which gave him an Opportunity to help others learn. Lately Dodds has been turning some of his attention to acting. He performed in shakespearean dramas in Eden Park this summer and has been Active in the theater program at Harvard. A professor who had a a introduced a Dodds to Oxford when he studied a semester at Harlaxton College in England several years ago has asked him to come to the country next summer and be in his production. Among Dodds interests Are writing poetry fencing and singing. He is proficient in German and latin languages which come in Handy when researching history. Dodds has explored a bit of his family history some of which is rooted in Norwood. Meda holds Public meeting Mariemont District education Assn. Meda will hold a Public meeting thursday Jan. 22 at 7 30 . In the Mariemont High school auditorium. This meeting will be held with teachers present to discuss teacher issues. Open House at live Oaks live Oaks career development Campus 5956&Quot buckwheat rd., Milford will Host an open House from 7 30-9 . On feb. 5. Parents students and other interested persons Are invited to visit the Campus and learn More about the vocational education opportunities available to students in this area. Live Oaks serves students from Anderson. Batavia Clermont northeastern Goshen Indian Hill Loveland Madeira to obtain information about any of the programs offered by great Oaks Call Richard Walters supervisor of student services at 575-1900. Ext. Silver coins i Sterling we buy Cash payment Ted s Morittz at the curo or of Forest and Stu musak in Norwood 631-2112 open 1 Oats. Mu-11 pm Ira s available savings and loan company 6923 Madisonville Road Mariemont a a 272 2423 a

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