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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - February 16, 1972, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary a Ohio historical society 1982 Velma ave. Columbus. Ohio 43211 a ii Community eyes problems by Carol Pucci an end in the Basic general and academic tracking of students at Shroder or. High the development of better student teacher and parental attitudes and new ways to Deal with discipline problems we Rejc ailed for by Shroder area via ass meeting sunday a parents and residents at the school. Citizen from Silverton Kennedy Heights pleasant Ridge Columbia township and Amberley Village filled the cafeteria for two and one half hours of discussion in what Ray Solomon acting principal termed a a first for involving residents and parents from the entire Shroder Community. The meeting was called by the Shroder Community school association Quot to gather suggestions for the betterment of Shroder to be presented to the Board of education. A every person Here knows what he wants for his child and that information is vital a Solo Man said urging All residents to participate in the discussions and stressing the importance o f Community interest in the school. A what needs to be done wont be accomplished in this meeting or the second or t third but will be up to the Community. Its exciting to think what lies in the present and even in the future for education for our children and for you a Solomon said. He announced the opening of a Community office in the school to be used As a meeting room or a a place to hang your hats a for parents and other residents. He also announced the beginning of three three Day workshop a for teachers parents and students to explore in depth their feeling As Black and White persons and How their feelings effect attitudes toward the school. Solomon described these sessions As a another Way Ter come together As a school residents of the different communities met in Small groups to Zero in on the problems facing their particular areas. Each was a by its area sea Aid. Kennedy Kennedy Heights citizens expressed firm displeasure with the practice of a a tracking at Shroder the programming of students into d i f f e r ent Scholast 1c programs according to their ability. Many Felt that tracking attaches a stigma to slower students and makes them feel inferior. Also one teacher noted that a it is easy to move Down to a lower track but hard to move up because slower students get father the general feeling was that Shroder should revert to heterogeneous programming where students of different abilities Are mixed together. Residents also expressed a need for emphasis on correcting the attitudes that create discipline problems Tatlier than on control measures such As Hall oasse., trips to the office Etc. One resident suggested that instead of sending a student to the office when he refuses to attend class an Effort should be made to find out Why the student has a bad attitude. A student involvement is the main thing a said Jeff Cury student Council president. He believes that some students have bad attitudes toward Shroder because a they done to feel Shroder is their school. He said there was a need for More activities involving students such As sports which have been discontinued at the school. Silverton Silverton residents also expressed a concern for improving student Parent and teacher attitudes and suggested that students from the a pc graduate psychology department be brought in to assist in counselling. Curriculum was also a concern since the group Felt that Shroder has suffered in this area in the past few years pleasant Ridge More Parent involvement was the main concern of pleasant Ridge parents. The group suggested that parents be phoned about discipline problems just As they Are about tardiness. They also asked for More meetings such As the one sunday and formed a pleasant Ridge concerned parents Council. All Community groups agreed that the Community should have More involvement in selecting teachers at Shroder and examining their attitudes towards integration and other racial matters. The school Community association will consider scheduling More Community Council Setas a result of the mass meeting held at Shroder residents of pleasant Ridge have formed a concerned parents Council. The first m e e t i n g will be tomorrow night 7 30 . In the Shroder Library. Adult theater ? owner says no pleasant Ridge Community Cou nc�1 members Are ready to oppose an adult movie tie a Ter suspected of opening in the Monte Vista theater 6220 Montgomery re. Council president William Haitz has asked City Council to investigate an application for License made by for the theater after learning that the property had been bought by adult Heaters inc., a Cleveland firm. The company claim however according to Haitz that it will attempt to run a regular theater on the premises As opposed to an adult theater. Law prevents the establishing of an adult theater within 300 feet of a Church school or Library and the pleasant Ridge Library is within 300 feet of the Monte Vista. A the Community Council will do All they can to keep an adult theater out of pleasant Ridge a Haitz said. To place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 in Amberley Council delays alarm ordinance an ordinance that would make it mandatory for All burglar alarm installations to go through the police department was discussed and held for study by Amberley Council monday night. The ordinance will be acted upon next meeting after rules and regulations governing installations Are decided upon by the manager and the police chief. Serving the communities o Blue Ash Montgom e by a a be he v v a Tlayge a India n h i 11 to Deira plea Sant r Edge b Reco n Kennedy Heigh la Silver Tony Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne re diploma Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity Cincinnati Ohio. Want slav february 16,1972 display aos and news________s3 0234 classified aos731-7170 vol. X no 29 Deer Park residents May face trash collection fees april 30 a Section of the ordinance that would require delay mechanisms on All burglar a alarm systems in Amberley has been deleted following Strong resident opposition on this at the last Council meeting. C o u n c i 1 discussed the possibility of charging an installation fee on All alarm systems and a yearly service charge to cover the Cost of supervising installations and checking alarm equipment by the Village. The suggested fee was Between $10 and $15 for each service. Ini addition it was suggested that a penalty Fine also be set for false alarms. In the past two years the police department has answered 971 burglar alarms of which 968 were false. A if the trend continues we can expect to be answering 2,100 false alarms by 1974,�?� chief William Krueger said. In the past five years the number of burglar alarms answered has increased Over 700 percent. N. Albrook Access the planning commission will have a recommendation concerning emergency Street Access from n. Albrook ave., ready at the next Council meeting. Access to main streets is limited on Newbrook because it is partially blocked by fair Oaks which is privately owned. The planning commission is considering recommending that fair Oaks be opened to Albrook for emergencies Only. One Way of keeping fair Oaks closed to Albrook except during emergencies would be a Chain and lock. Chief Krueger opposed this in the event that a lock could freeze and could not be opened quickly during an emergency. Milldale lumber company a lumber and plywood Cut to size carpenters recommended for Alt Type of remodelling. �?�80s Blua Ash re. Rossmoyne 791-8122 hot numbers news display 531-0234 classified 731-7170 Stenbach plumbing service within your shopping area 7� 1-3804,581-81s4,881-8203 Central air conditioning special pre season Sale 2-ton 24,000 . 795.� 2k-t0n 30,000 .l >895 a ton 36,000 . >995. 3 i ton 42,000 b.t.u.hm095. A Price based on Complete installation 1-year parts warranty m 5-year compressor warranty Model 38gc Quot challenger plus Quot using existing warm air chamber. Blower motor. Duct work amp registers and electrical service. Carrier Quot for those who want the bests this offer expires february 18. 1972 Ray Williams co. 791-7227 a Kennedy Heights resident who occasionally uses a cab recently Ost a Small Coin purse. Lai r the same Day a Bramble cab pulled up at her Home and the Driver inquired whether she had lost a purse. She said she had and he was returning it. It had been found in the cab by another Driver later on in the Day. Such consideration in a matter of an old Small purse and few coins deserves recognition. A Saul Marmer of manners shoes Kenwood mall has returned from a trip to Washington where he reprise n the d prescription footwear association at the american Academy of q r t h o p e d i c surge o n s convention. He is a past president and present director of pea. From Washington he went to new York to attend the footwear fashions week convention where shoes for next fall were being shown. Wasny to Spring and summer Short presidential Day will be celebrated at Kenwood Plaza shopping Center saturday feb. 16, when merchants will give away thousands of Apple tree seedlings in the Center Arcade from 10 . To 5 . No Purchase is necessary. The project is just one Way the merchants express their interest in helping to beautify Cincinnati. Mrs. Nellie Minten live Long resident of continued on Page 2 a your american heritage will be presented by fifth Grade special interest classes of drama and music at a meeting of Montgomery elementary school Pat tuesday feb. 22, at 8 ., in Observance of founders Day. Participates induce front Row from left David Hart Beverly Bridges Mark Ruwe rear Lisa Burdett Steve Fritzsch and Lonnie Mahone. Misses Elizabeth Lorentzen and Audrey Liebel teachers will direct the program which will include several songs written by the students. Girt scout troop 217 will open the meeting with a Flag ceremony. Social hour with refreshments will follow. Sycamore not included in Symmes annexation county commissioners approved by a two to one vote wednesday the annexation of 700 acres in Symmes township to the City of Montgomery. The act deleted a Section of Sycamore township submitted in the original plan opposed by the Sycamore trustees. Commissioner John held voted to uphold the planning commissions rejection of the annexation calling the action illogical and a form of gerrymandering and shoestring annexation. Commissioners Robert Wood and Robert guaranteed color to s a written warranty a these sets reconditioned in our own service dept. 21&Quot Ria Nice cabinet$99 21&Quot Ria Good picture mahogany. $128 21&Quot Ria compact lo-8oy, uhf. .$148 21&Quot Admiral. Lika new Lata modal ,.$188 21&Quot Zenith Walnut cab., new Pic. Tuba. .$198 23&Quot Motorola compact. Uhf Model .$218 21&Quot Zenith uhf Maple cab. Naw Pic. Tuba $238 23&Quot Ria Walnut to boy 2 yrs. Old $248 23&Quot Zenith. Dlxa., Lata modal 2 speakers.$248 4111 e. Galbraith re. At Plainfield 793-0600 Barker to and appliance we service what we sell e open mon thurs Fri Eves e organic unrefined natural health food amp vitamins a natured amp macrobiotic special diet foods Stone ground grains Many kinds. Mcdonalds Dally 9-8 a thurs. 18 8888 Kenwood re. 791 -8480 1 \ tree Ceil titties black8 cd lege r caller i 7740 Laurel 271-2788. Opposite Madeira Poats Fric Deer Park residents will begin paying garbage election fees april 30 if Council approves an ordinance introduced last night at the regular meeting of Council. Henry Camp safety service director said the fee was introduced to combat the City a financial problems and would be eliminated if voters pass an increased earnings tax that Reckman supported the annexation saying there was no opposition at a Public hearing held dec. 31. A petition had been signed by 137 of the 197 residents in the area almost All of whom live in the Symmes township portion. The area to be annexed is North and East of Montgomery City limits and includes part of the Gate of heaven cemetery and the Tananger Woods Golf course. Final approval must be made b y m o n t go Mery Council. Mayor Robert Novak says he cannot speak for Council on whether or not it will be favourable toward the annexation. However earlier last year he stated that he thought m Ontgomery would approve. He expects to be put on the november ballot. The tax failed in 1971. Camp said Deer Park citizens were notified in a letter last february and March that the City was in financial trouble and were a asked whether they would prefer an increased earnings tax garbage fees or an increase in property taxes to raise More Money. The majority came out in favor of an increased earnings tax according to Camp. However the tax failed last november and another Way to raise funds had to be found. The City is now $40,000 Short in appropriations for this year according to Camp. Family fees f or each single family dwelling and for each family living in multiple housing the fees would be As follows $18 for the year 1972 payable on or before april 30 or $21 payable in three equal instalments of $7 each payable on or before april 30, july 31 and oct. 31, 1972. Thereafter the fees would be $24 per year payable on or before Jan. 31 or $28 if payed quarterly on or before Jan. 31, april 30, july 31 and oct. 31 of each year. Deer Park would maintain exclusive rights to collect garbage from All premises in the City except non family occupancies which include r e s t h o Mes schools churches and commercial offices and businesses. If non family users elect to use City collection services they will be assessed a fee relative to the amount of garbage they have. If businesses Etc. Wish to use private collection agencies they will be required to notify the safety service director a no later than 30 Days prior to it the Date private collection is to begin. Non family fees rates for non family users will be As follows 5 cubic Yards or less $7 quarterly 5-13 cubic Yards $15 quarterly 13-16 cubic Yards $24 quarterly 26-39 cubic Yards $32 quarterly 39-6 2 cubic Yards $40 quarterly 52-65 cubic Yards $48 quarterly 65-78 cubic Yards $66 quarterly 78 cubic Yards or More $64 quarterly. Persons moving from the premises where they live would not be eligible for a refund. Council will take further action on the at the feb 24 meeting 8 . In the City building. A Hittiii cd humidifying air conditioning a electronic air cleaners specialists in total Home Comfort . Wingerter co. �?984-8134�? girl scouts Friend. Ned a. Olsen 1067 4 adventure le., Montgomery is co manager of the division covering northeastern Hamilton county in the girl scouts dad to dad solicitation now being held throughout the great Rivers girl scout councils nine county area. Olsen has also been Active in United Appeal drives. Shoe repairing 8034 Montgomery Road pleasant Ridge Geo. Schwaegerle cent pc Fiat it i no a Low cholesterol other special diet weight watchers 4 health foods it. By Wheeler february is boy scout month and to celebrate this National Observance the Kenwood mall is spotlighting area boy scout troops on saturday february 19, from 10-8. Thera will be displays throughout the mall including a cub scout Pinewood Derby and Many other interesting and fun samples of scout activities. Meanwhile the mall parking lot will be the site for an exciting Endeavor As scouts build a Monkey Bridge and a Tower while you watch. Help recognize the boy scout organization and the Many Young boys who participate locally by stopping out to Kenwood mall on saturday. L a Ter this month is an to t her n at i o a i Observance president s Day on february 21. This time Kenwood mall will celebrate tha Holiday with a fantastic presidents Day Sale All Day monday. All tha Mali s shops and stores will be offering big bargains and a great Chance for you to save. Many of the Kenwood merchants Ara Between seasons right now and will be cutting prices on Winter merchandise to make room for Spring shipments so there could t be a better time to shop and save. Since the children will be out of school on presidents Day the mall is featuring a special attraction. The Capo puppets will perform three live shows at 11, 1 and 3, on monday to Delight children and adults. Capo s hand puppets bring to life several colourful characters and the shows include music stories and child participation it

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