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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - February 6, 1974, Cincinnati, OhioSome sympathy for truckers Library Ohio his Topisaw Soe Loty 1932 Vela ave Columbua Ohio 432h a ii area Consumers aware of Energy crunch by Manire Eti Heht Nan Ramie ii tip is of the country a Energy crisis have ached out like tentacles choking at the abundance most americans Are used to. We interviewed the Man and woman on the Street and found that despite this there Are Many who Are interested pm ceded and taking measures to reduce Energy consume ion. Moat have changed their iriv Fig habits. Some Are sympathetic to the fuckers strike but none approved of shootings and a ther violence. All but one Mason interviewed agreed heartily with governor Lilligan a proposal to go ack to Eastern Standard time during the Winter months. Energy saving measures included Selling a is eating car and buying a Impact to wearing a Weater around the House. Since the crisis began Pat Killman arabian zt., often shops with neighbors instead of Mak no Solo Trina to the store. Prank Hoffman. A Ken Lucky resident says his a Many went temporarily tax Sale to a four Day work week because of the Gas Shor-5e his Territo and other Lesmen a territories have Cut in half. James Burton e. Galbraith rd., drives because of the Cost of Gas. It goes up every he observed. Mary Cook Oak Vista used to visit her Mother in Dayton each week. Now she can t make the trip so often. Charles Biehl scamper , does no to like the idea of Gas going up another 5 cents. Nobody liked that idea. A a the Oil companies have the Pas but at a higher Biehl said. A the Little Guy like . Route 2, in Eland sold his a great Chevelle and bought a Pinto. A i was Only getting 10 Miles to the gallon they went to rationing i could never have made it to work and Back each week a a he said. Everyone interviewed said Thev have turned their Thi run stats Down. Mrs. had an unusual Energy saving measure. She diff s Alt her washing on the fms in Anent press Cycle which gives a hot water Wash and cold water rinse. Normal Wash loads use a hot hot or hot warm Cycle. The iri irk strike Mph Killman said a the truckers May have reason to strike but violence is in a pc usable. Truckers who Don t wish to strike have their rights James Burton thinks the truckers should not strike. The people Aren t to blame the government is. We have to Blair Strawser Kenwood re. Also does no to approve of the striking truckers. A i done to approve of them throwing bricks at each other. And eventually get hungry Pat Killman cold water rime James Burton. Likes st Charles Biehl Little Guy offers hike Owens bought a pin to Blair Strawser they 11 get hungry to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 pm. Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 Setwin Ihu communities of Blue a so Mont Gomery a m Berley vitiate / Indian ill a Madeira a learn t b Edge a Trevon Kennedy height a Silver ion Kenwood Deer Park hoh Moyne thu Ovate Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity vol. Xiii no. 28 Cincinnati Ohio wednesday february 6, 1974 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234 prejudice charges refute 1 mayor a former Silverton City worker who is charging the City with racial discrimination was a red because he refused to do Light work offered to him by the City but was Able to work for a local business for six weeks after he was injured doing City work october 15, mayor Richard Benken says. Kenneth Ware 22, 4009 Oak st., says he was fired december 31 because he complained of experiencing racial discrimination in the City a service department. He has been off the Job and collecting Workman a compensation since he was admiring the Silverton life sad ambulance that took him to the Hospital after an Auto Accident last year is Rick Henninge. 6566 Stewart re. The life squad will present a demonstration at the february 11 meeting of the Silverton Community Council 8 . In the municipal building. Indian Hill museum to locate in schoolhouse the Indian Hill historical museum has found a Home. Village manager a Wray White says the new museum will be housed in the Little red schoolhouse building Given rd., which the Village a Uncil has voted to lease to the museum Road projects to be funded Montgomery Amberley Village and Indian Hill will Benefit under the 1974 Hamilton county municipal Road fund project commissioner Robert Reckman says. Recommended projects Ere Montgomery Cross county Highway and Montgomery re. Traffic signals $25,000 Indian Hul. Hopewell re. Bridge replacement. $54,000 Amberley curb and Gutter repair and resurfacing of Galbraith re. East to West corporation line $55,000. The fund is made up of Money collected by the county from the automobile License fee. It percent of the total Revenue must be spent within municipalities located in the county. Organization for $1 per year. The historic schoolhouse formerly housed Indian Hill Board of education offices. White says presently the museum has no Home. A a it Snow housed anywhere right now but there a a lot of stuff around that will be collected and put there a mrs. Txton Emmerson is chairman pro tem of the museum. White says the of Aniza Tion has plans to renovate the inside of the schoolhouse to resemble the original school Interior. The Village will attempt to Purchase a Quarter acre plot of land on Quail re. As part of a project to Elean up the area surrounding the Little Miami River. White says Council has auth med my to offer u to $3 500 for the Ian d liken in Silverton 0 Cincinnati councilman Tom Luken will bring his a Mobile Congress Tiona Van to Silverton thursday. Feb. 7, 1 . At the old Perkins Pancake House parking lot Plainfield re. Which he not think will be accepted. The property is surrounded by d Village owned Green area White said. In other action Council a authorized the manager to Start annexation proceedings for a part of the Camp Livingston Lodge party that lies in Symmes township. A author feed the manager to Purchase an Asphalt roller for $2,500. A authorized the manager to Purchase a tractor Mower for $3,5ix. Given oxygen Edith harness 4323 Oakwood suffered pains in the Chest and a possible heart attack Jan. 30. She was taken to Bethesda North by Deer Park life squad. They administered oxygen. Deadlines Radline for All Church school and club news is Friday noon for the following wednesdays paper. Deadline for All other news is monday at noon. Injured in a hit and run Accident in october. A we found Oul he was working at another place All the while he was hurl a Benken said. A a we a offered him Light work cleaning the municipal building and he refused it. He was fired strictly for insubordination a Benken said Ware worked at the Silverton business while he was employed by the City and continued to. Work there after he was injured although he produced a doctor s statement saying he should not work on jobs the City offered him. The mayor sis the City notified the Bureau of Workman a compensation that Ware was working at the same time he was collecting benefits after the former employee filed discrimination charges against the City with three agencies. A when he filed charges that a when we went after proof that he was working someplace else. He was violating the Law of Workman a compensation and he a going to pay Back every dime he got from Benken said wares outside Job including picking up �?o30 and 40 Pound cases. And that Isnit any different than picking up Ware worked at the firm until november 25. Ware said he reported to work in december to Wash Walls in the municipal building but was sent Home with the understanding that he should go Home until he recuperated after he complained that he was on medication and the work made him dizzy. Later on december 31, Ware said the City s clerk Joe Pohlman told him he was being let go because the City was streamlining its work Force. Ware says he has been complaining about racial Discini nation in the City service department since he was hired in 1971. He Wae one of three Black workers hired the first Blacks Ever to be employed As City workers. The whole thing Here in Silver ion is they want everybody to contain themselves a Ware says. To guess i was the first person who said these things right says were discussed in a meeting among Benken himself and two Community leaders in August. A a there a no doubt in my mind that when this is All Over i will get my Job Back a Ware said a a it a the principal of the thing. I want to show these people that i am a Man and not a dog. I think its time people Are aware of what a going on in the Monken says if Ware had complaints about his firing he should have taken them to the City Council in stories not corresponding because stories told by City officials and former City worker Kenneth Ware Quot Are not Corren Ding a Silverton Community Council co chairman Gayle Hacker says an and hoc committee investigating discrimination in the service department will not have a Fina report ready by the next meeting february 11, a we will make a report but it will not be a final report. It will by no Means close the door on it a she said. A we have talked to other people al it it. I think favouritism is a better word than discrimination. There Are other people besides Ware who Nave expressed she said City officials have been cooperative and the and hoc committee plans another meeting with them before issuing a final report. A a it a very difficult to Tell what 18 what. The stories Are too far mrs. Hacker said she considers the differences More a result of inaccuracies rather than lies. A i find there Are too Many people of Good Faith involved a she said. Out. I spoke Oul of t everybody on the Job but the 0 Fly Thi big we Ever got was a if Vou done to like it hit the d of a a the was always complaining about the Job he Nad to do a the mayor said. A the did no to have any specific charges that he could follow up. What he was giving us was wares charges filed with the Ohio civil rights com Faission. The Federal government employment Opportunity division and the Southern Christian leadership conference Are basically ones he at jewish Frank Kinney 4257 Orchard Lam was taken to jewish Hospital Jan 31 under doctor s orders by Deer Park life squad at Bethesda Grace Bates Eldora ave., was taken to Bethesda North Hospital feb. 1 by Deer Park life squad. She had trouble breathing. Mike Owens believes that the truckers have a right to strike. A they have to make a living. But there is no need to shoot at each other. When a factory strikes they use pickets they Don t go around shooting people a he said. Angela Biehl. Scamper lne disapproves of the violence. Used by the truckers. Her husband Charles while not approving of the violence believes the truckers have a valid grievance and a valid strike. He says the strike May be necessary. Quot i done to believe in scabs an employee who works while others Are on strike. I done to believe in interfering. We should have lower Gas prices for truckers so that the Price of merchandise is not Daylight savings a savings governor Gilligan a proposal to revert to est during the Winter met with almost unanimous approval. Only James Burton differs. He says the schools should adjust to the Daylight savings Tim by opening later. Mrs. Biehl says Daylight saving time should begin later m the year when it has begun to get Light earlier. She and her husband combat st by getting up later in the morning. Or. Strawser says he uses More Energy under Daylight savings time. Mrs. Masaji Toki Euclid rd., summed up the general feeling about the governors proposal. A an excellent idea a mrs. Toki expressed another hopeful idea a if everybody pitches in and does his Best we can lick it. We must also Start creating new sources of endorsed by county gop Jack Brindamour 7340 Algonquin dr., Indian Hill has been endorsed in the Hamilton county gop As a candidate in the May primary for state representative in the 26th District. Sex president and owner a of Brindamour sporting goods is making his first bid at elective office. He says he is running because he believes a citizens should become involved in the operation of our Brindamour is presently employed in the commercial real estate Selling leasing and development Field. He is a member of the greater Cincinnati convention and visitors Bureau Board of trustees a trustee of the Cincinnati citizens police association a member of the fraternal order of police associates and a member of the rotary club of Cincinnati. Brindamour has also been Active in the sporting Industry and served of the eight Man steering committee responsible for the development of Cincinnati Jack Brindamour in running riverfront stadium and bring the Bengala to Cincinnati. Brindamour has been endorsed by the Republican party along with Amberley Village Council Voipan . Cake walk time. Amity school principal Tom Griswold his wife and their two children Jenny and Scott plan to make the 16th annual Deer Park band boosters cake walk a family affair. The walk will be held saturday feb. 9, 7-10 . In the High school gym with proceeds to Benefit the instrumental music programs at Amity school and Deer Park High. Cakes Are made by boosters and Are Given away during a version of musical chairs. Student instrumental ensembles will provide music for the Blue Ash hires management firm Stead of the Community Council which is now also investigating discrimination charges. A the did no to handle it in the right Way. He should have gone through the Council. It would have been investigated a a Benken said. A what investigative Powers does the Community Council have a a i personally complained to the mayor on at least three occasions a Ware said. A i complained to Council men numerous times i complained to my Boss almost helped by life squad Grace Schuett 4120 of Leary ave., was taken to jewish Hospital feb. 1 under doctors orders by Deer Park life squad. Glass broken Glass was found broken out of a door at a Mobile service station 9105 Plainfield re. Blue Ash january 29. The station was vacant and nothing was found taken. Blue Ash will pay up to $18,750 lor professional management services to guide planning construction bidding and Desipio of a new municipal building and the City a mayor Raymond Mcnab is opposed to it. City manager Vic Suhm says the Fisher Devore construction company has been hired at three percent the total Cost of construction but not to exceed $18,-750, to a trim frills and make sure construction and design is done As economically As possible. That a a Job for the City manager and building inspector. A i feel that a what we re saying you and the building inspector for and we done to need to hire someone else a he said before Council voted 6-1 to spend the Money january 24. City manager Vic Suhm says that Neitro mayor Ivas Possi Mcnab says inside of Madeira cops season s fat win sports Page 10. Area students take top honors in Scholastic Art awards contest Page 5. Silverton Community Council City s watchdog Edi tonal Page 2. Quot area engagements announced Page 3. Ity manager 1 that neither he nor the building inspector have the expertise that he believes a professional firm can provi de. Equipment taken Over $600 Worth of radio equipment was taken from a Van owned by Virgil Mcquitty 5955 Roan rd., while it was parked at the Container corporation lot. Blue Ash january 31. Annexation topic of meeting annexation to Sharon Ville will be the topic of discussion at the High Point civic association meeting to be held next monday feb. 11, 7 30 . In the Stewart elementary school

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