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Eastern Hills Journal Press (Newspaper) - May 20, 1987, Cincinnati, OhioHe journal pre amps a wednesday May 20, 1987 a a3 Art show gives schools $4,500 the Hyde Park Square Art show committee and its sponsor the Hyde Park Square business association has Given $4,500 to eight area schools that participate in the show. Schools include Cardinal pacely hide Park Kilgour Peoples st. Mary st. Ursula Villa a Jimmie country Day and a Withrow. According to Mary Hagn Erand Janet Smith co chairs of the Art show committee the Money is Board seals employees being Given to the schools to use for the enrichment of students in their Art programs a the Money can he used for materials Field trips classes at the Art Academy or other projects that the principal and his Art staff think Are worthwhile a said Hagner there Are two stipulations to the funds. The Money is to be used for visual Art not a a the arts in general., and it is not to be used for Campus beautification a while Are both very worthy projects our intent is to make a More direct Impact on the Art experience of the student a said Hagner. The youth division of the Art show was established in. 1982 with seven elementary and Middle schools contributing a total of 21 works. It has now. Been expanded to include High schools and 72 school entries Are exhibited. This year of the cooperative Effort with the Hyde Park Branch Library a new category a my favorite place to head is in the show. Due to the new category 80 entries will be exhibited the committee reminds everyone that the deadline for new entrants applications is june 19. Applications Are now available at discovery Winber Ries the. Busy Bee and Miller gallery on. Hyde Park Square. Records a new policy concerning employees records was adopted at the May 12 Mariemont Board of education meeting. Citing the boards responsibility to balance the right of the Public to know against the right to privacy of the individual employee the Board voted unanimously that employee evaluations and discipline records Are not Public and Are not to be released by the superintendent unless the employee gives his her consent for release. In other action superintendent Donald Thompson said he and superintendents from some other area schools have become concerned about the emphasis placed on class rank in College applications. According to Thompson a in Ohio one University has upped its standards and will accept Only students in the top half of their classes. Other universities May be following this trend. Mariemont students Are getting Hurt in comparison to other schools. Some High schools might have students in the top ten in their classes who Are not As Good As our 51st.�?� Thompson said that superintendents from Indian Hill Wyoming Walnut Hills Madeira Finneytown and Mariemont have discussed the problem. Some schools Are refusing to give class rank he said. The idea behind this is to Force colleges to look at students As individuals and the schools from which they were graduated. A a in a not ready to do this at this time a Thompson said. A a possible posture would be to have rank but not release Thompson noted that some universities encourage High schools to weight grades but other universities a Sun weight them. Beaming Over laser members of the executive committee of the our lady of mercy olm Hospital Guild Are shown with Hospital administration accepting the first Check in a two year pledge to raise Money for a surgical laser. The funds will help pay for a laser to be used at our lady of mercy Anderson. Shown left to right Are Peggy Davis president elect olm Hospital Guild or. Margaret Schwab executive vice president olm Phyllis Miller president olm Guild or. Marjorie Bosse rsm president and chief executive officer our lady of mercy Hospital and Aiice Young treasurer olm Guild. Hyde Park backs raise of tree fee Hyde Park neighbourhood Council voted at its May 1.2 meeting to support the City of Cincinnati decision to increase1 its tree assessment from 6 cents to. 8 cents per foot of frontage property billed to property owners. The Council also voted a to1 donate $100 to the Hyde Park Library at their meeting May 12. The Money is to be used for entertainment expenses during their 75th anniversary Quot Celebration members also discussed the june 14 dedication at Ault Park. A Green will he dedicated to George smith., a band director who spent _ Many hours in the Park. On May 24, there will be a fund raising dance at the Pavillion in the Park. The funds will be used for the restoration of the Pavillion. Home baked Michael Connof press staff Peggy Kinney knows How to. Win a heart and a Home Hunter a with fresh baked goodies. Kinney worked at the advisory Council bake Safe table at the alternative housing fair. The fair held at the Hyde Park Center for older adults Drew 500 folks interested in teaming about housing for the elderly. City officials say Warner Cable out of line by Jim Broderick staff reporter an official with the Cincinnati Cable Access corporation charges Warner Cable has violated its franchise agreement. Additionally Warners performance during the past five years May be soon be reviewed in a Public hearing requested by Council member pm Guckenberger to determine if Warner is complying with the original agreement. Chuck Sherwood executive director of the Cincinnati Cable Access corp., has sent a letter to the City a Cable Board protesting Warners decision to discontinue its monthly program guide Cable line. Sherwood said that action violates article ii Section 15 of the Warner franchise which reads a a. The company shall at its expense provide one Page each month to Community programming in its program guide listing the address and phone numbers of each Access Cable line was discontinued in March. Patricia Morrison Warners vice president for Legal affairs said the criticism for discontinuing the monthly program guide is unfounded and unfair. Morrison said Warners Market research determined very few of the company a subscribers were using the monthly Cable line for program information. A so we decided to go where the viewers were a Morrison explained. A to the newspapers and in our own through expanded program advertisement on the Warner Channel 1 program guide and the free preview channels in addition to Channel 10 listings in the daily newspaper Morrison said the company a is providing much More information than the one Page in Cable line under the franchise agreement Warner is also obligated to install Cable lines downtown install a closed circuit system for use by schools and libraries and build a fourth Access Channel studio for Community programming a both the Ucac and the City a office of Cable communications have a vested interest in finding fault a Morrison said. A a they la Tell you about the 10 things they say we be done wrong. They ignore the 990 things we do right. Apartment trash pick up remains a question Mark Quot Rise question of who will haul away the garbage created by Cincinnati a renters remains unanswered. The 60-Day Extension granted by City Council to study the Issue expired the first of May. City Council has Robt yet reconsidered the matter. Interest in the Issue peaked earlier this year when the City announced it would no longer assume responsibility for removing the garbage from apartment complexes schools and other Large institutions. The Council agreed to take 60 Days to study the situation while bids were to be solicited from private firms interested in taking Over the apartment pick ups. A a technical speaking the Council Hasni to yet decided to privatize the service a said Dennis Meyer superintendent of sanitation. Up to. In the mail when you buy 12 quarts of new improved Quaker state motor Oil with a so. New improved with a so a 59 open daily 9 to 8 00 sat. 9-7 Sun. 9 am to 5 pm per al. After mail in rebate hurry offer expires june 14. 1987 a n a i a i a i super blend 1 ow-30 a a bargain barn 9204 Reading re. Reading Ohio 45215 7 33-97 70 Pearle. 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