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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - February 27, 1974, Cincinnati, OhioAt residents requests More fire lanes for Dillonvale Library Ohio historical society 1782 Veloa ave cult Tibus Ohio 43211 lir u. S. Postage sulk rate Aidoo oin natl ohm Ono �530 Sycamore township trustee voted wednesday to restrict parking no five More streets in Dillonvale this time it the request of residents living in the area following three a reeks of advertisement parking will be restricted on one Sutte of the following streets Wexford from wicklow the end Boss Ash ave from Road Plain ave. To the Bend at the Bottom of the Grade Applewood or from Trebor North to the end of pavement Limerick or. From wicklow to Belfast and on Donegal or. From the wicklow intersection to the end. Trustees agreed to to Piare a classified and dial 731 7170 by 5 00 . Monday display advertising amp s news dial 531-0234 Takhsh fire lanes on other Dillon Vale Street after repeated requests failed w limit parking to one Side of the Street. Parking problem on Donna la. And Darnell near the Holme elementary Schaal went unresolved the trustees derided derision of a a in restrict parking and make Donna in. One Way North from. Judd a. To mantel. The Hamilton country sheriffs patrol made the recon men a ticks after night. Quot that what 1 rail shirking responsibility trustee Lames Bechtold said. Trustee president bed Meyer it said trustees will probably make some decision at the next meeting. March 6. In other a Looi a trustees received a report from Hamilton continued on Page 2 my Wrynn to comm Nilia of glue id Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira i cant Ridge Arteon Kennedy Heights Stiver on Ken Wood Deer Park Kosse Oyne duo nine Ridgewood Mark or in Cul at ion wite grit vol. Xiii no. 31 Cincinnati Ohio. Wednesday. February 27, 1974 �4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531 4 234 City officials to answer trustees them of complaints that rare stopping to Load and unload school children were blocking the flow of traffic trustees said the complain i were made by members of the Deer Park schools Pat. Gal wednesday. The Deer Park Board of de oration Community Council issues d eel a a e d to make a recommendation one Way or the other on the parking findings on discrimination Silverton City official say they will have a response March 7 to what members of the Community Council Ray Are signs of preferential treatment of employee in the City Quot we Felt like it was a township problem and not a school problem. We As a school can t Tell the township How to flow its traffic Quot business manager Bay Wettig said. Wittig phoned trustees with the boards no decision last wednesday service department and. Dignity in the exercise a Community Council committee which has been investigating charges of racial discrimination levelled by a former service employee january 14. Thursday presented its Fin general disregard for human of management employee dings to the Silve too City Council and asked for a Public response at the next regular Council meeting March. 7. Evidence indicate the need for a. Complete a Alua victims of fire looking for a Home by Maureen Hehman mrs. Vivian Boyer Quot has seven children and no place . She had been Rea Ting her Home at 8806 Blue Ash Road until feb. 19 when a fire that began in. The basement destroyed the House. She is temporarily living with her Friend. Jackie Campbell at 4153 Webster Deer Park. Lire. Boyer has two Raaf r difficulties in finding a one she has seven children and she receives Only $241 per month on welfare. In be looked everywhere everyone say they Don t take kids or i have too Many kids. In be looked from morning till dark in High Point and Montgomery and All Over. Some places Are too mrs. Boyer says her landlord does t want her Hack in the House even if it could be repaired. He wants to sell the property. Most of mrs. Boyers things were destroyed by the fire or damaged by smoke. For a while four of her Hoys were without clothes. Some clothes and a bed have been donated to the family or. Boyer had to buy a new baby bed for her nine month old son Kenny. But she has no Home to put it in. Tire fire began at 2 . .As-.mrs. Boyer was driving Home after having her car fixed. A my Little boy Daniel got my two babies out mrs. Boyer said. Daniel is eleven. Another of or. Boyers son Timothy .13, is at Longview. She Hasni to told him about the fire yet. The red Cross and. The welfare. Department want mrs. Boyer to move to Winton Terrera. She says she does no to want to move there with seven boys. She had lived at. Her Blue Ash bid. Home for a year and liked Irving there. Her children go to Deer Park schools. Mrs. Boyers friends Mart Reddish and Jenine Fatras Haw helped out. They work at the Blue Ash inn mrs Boyer says the people at the Blue Ash inn Nave been wonderful. The owner has been storing clothing and other donations for her. Mrs. Boyer interviewed at the Home of her Friend gathered six of her boys around her. She was discouraged about not finding a House for her family. But she looked affectionately at her boy Danny who carried her two baby boys the family dog and a Puppy from the fire. A a we re Lucky to have our babies a she said to the boy. Time of the service department operation to insure the citizens of Silver too that their Taz dollars Are being a pent la the Best advantage. This loosely Man a ged department reflects. Upon the lo-1 a i City administration a the report said. The committee said its findings showed the service department is guilty of discrimination but that it can to be defined specifically As rectal in. Nature. Tire report also stated that the department is a limited in professional ability and performs Only the most minimal of tasks namely garbage collection Snow removal and general custodial duties. The committee submitted a list of eight recommendations including the following 1 that the service department refrain from All practices of. Preferential treatment toward any employee 0 in Job assignment 2-1 that ten m of i Loyee be Given an equitable Custori Butym overtime work within the department 31 that the service department simple Meiji More effective scheduling so that All areas of the City Are served fairly 4 i that the City administration establish and define hiring discharging responsibility 5 that the City administration upgrade its personnel hiring practices to include a Complete record system formal applications for employment mandatory physical examinations and written communication to employees As to their rights and responsibilities 6 that the City administration work toward upgrading the service depart rent performance by developing Talent within the department so that personnel and equipment can he better utilized 7 that tire City procure additional equipment such As roo a fired vacuums and at feet sweepers who minimize the time consuming routine tasks and t hereby relive personnel for More productive Effort 8 that Trie City administration provide a formal system for the arbitration of grievances. The committee said it based its findings on contacts with Kenneth Ware the former City employee who brought the original charges City officials other member of the. Service department and with individuals who attended an August meeting to discuss a. List of grievances. Contacted after the meeting. Mayor Richard Renken said the Community Council s report would he answered at the March 7 meeting of Council. Cupcakes anyone was the question feb. 2d As three adventure campfire girls celebrated their 64th birthday by sharing cupcakes with Cosmi staffer Beverly Brewer left i7d9 Mills ave., Norwood. Vested campfire girls Are left to right. Margaret Carnes 5d3d Marion ave., North Norwood school and Barbara Ann Gadrow 6212 Lisbon ave., nativity school pleasant Ridge. With 4mixed emotions Amberley police chief closes 37-year career special election tuesday March 5 William Krueger am Beliey Quot villages first police officer and chief since 1957, will retire May 1. To a letter to mayor w. Henry Blob Krueger said he was retiring after 33 years of service to Quot Amberley Village police and fire department and he is leaving with mixed emotions. Tuesday. Match 5 is the Date of the special election to fill the first congregational District heat left vacant by William Kea Tings resignation. National attention is expected to focus on Cincinnati to Rae if Democrat Tom Luken top vote getter in november a City Council race can heat Republican Bill Gradison in a heavily Republican area. Political Stra Togias Are keeping a close Ewe on the special elections tins year to note if watergate inflation and other National concerns Are reflected in voting patterns across the country. A i want to leave and i Don t want to. Leave a Krueger explained. To went As far As 1. Can and i think i have served my purpose. 1 have enjoyed every year of it and i just think it s time to Park and in Amberley Village where the police and fire1 departments Are integrated. He is a past president of the Eastern District fire association and a member of the Ohio fire chiefs association and inside of meeting set with Engineer meeting for residents living on Kenwood and Finan fights move to abolish mayor s courts Page 14. Euclid ads. To be affected. % the widening of that intersection will be held february 28. 8 . In. The Madeira. Municipal building. Hamilton coun Engineer Donald to Schramm will attend. Volunteers needed a Moeller Deer pm. Wrestlers champs. Sports Page 6. A Park Library makes Reading fun for st. Saviour students Page 4. A Dej Senate Bill Reader reaction Page 2. Mother and son. Jura. Viva Boyer her son Danny above looking few a Home. And his six Brothers Mead the classifieds Volunteer Are needed to work at the Kenwood clinic for brain damaged children Kenwood Baptist Church monday through Friday mornings and. Afternoons from 9 . To noon or from noon until 3 . Babysitting for children of volunteers is provided by mothers of brain damaged children. Interested persons should Call the Center. 791- help weekdays Krueger who has spent 37 years in police work four of those As a Hamilton county Deputy sheriff says lie plans to join the a Sielska Moore company As a real estate Salesman play Golf Quot and work in i Garden. He has been offered a Job As administrative head of the Hamilton county juvenile court which he says be is undecided about accepting Krueger holds the distinct Honor of being the Only Man. To have served three terms As president of the Hamilton county police association from 1959-1961, during which time the Hamilton county police quadrant system and teletype network were Esia bli a tied and the Hamilton county police Academy inaugurated. In 1966 he became the second police chief from chief William Krueger. First officer the county to become president of the Ohio association of chiefs of police Oacy. Currently he is a of the executive committee of Cap and in 1972 he was responsible for implementing operation identification on a county wide basis. Krueger has also been a Quot fireman for 43 years in Deer Ohio firt fighters association. A the highlights of a my career have always been my wishes to improve the image of the police officer. And the tools that make Law enforcement More efficient a Krueger says. _ he Points to the initiation of the quadrant system in a 1959, the Bureau of records in 1957 and his influence in starting. The Hamilton county police Academy As three of his greatest achievements As a police officer. A Quot a one of the greatest things that has happened to Law enforcement Over the years is training he believes. �?o1 Hen 1 first became a police officer they gave me a gun and a badge and put me on Quot the , 1 was a one of the few the sheriff sent to the Academy and 1 was one of the few who really had some training. W nen Krueger joined the department in 1941, he was Captain of a five member Force which has since grown to 15. His men patrol an area that include 4700 residents compared to1 the 600 he knew in 1941, Krueger believes a policeman s Job has become safer during the years. A the computer has been the greatest thing that has happened to Law enforcement. Although Many officers Are ratting lolled today 1 think that it is safer for the policeman. The reason 1 Ray this is because the tools he has to work a with give him a. Peat advantage. The officer is better trained and More capable of handling situations than he was Venia ago. Krueger who will be 64, will retire on full pension at 66 percent of his salary. A new chief will be chosen by members of Council and the City manager. A it has been absolutely agreed upon by All members of Council that my replacement will come from within the department a Krueger raid. Four lieutenants Are eligible to take the National consciousness 9�?~on the Road Kuralt finds out people care if there is one lesson lbs news a on the Road Cor lae Pondant Charles Kuralt has Learned. During his ram lungs Down the country a byways it is that people helping people is the Rule rather than the exception and the Days of the so called silent majority May forever. The fourth lecture series ion sorted by the women a wednesday Kuralt told a crowded Kenwood theater audience that Hope for the country lira in. What he describes As a Quot a a National. Con canes seem m. Be gone forever speaking at town. Halle it sponsored Montgomery club last a it Sci Oranesa. Hum a and the will for Justice have become Strong in american life and i think that a really the important news of Pur Lime he said a bowl where in be been wandering around the Back roads and Small towns one thing has really become apparent at least to ame Ami it is that the people Are really ahead of their govern meat in All things that watergate he rays is tire Story of men who tried to break Down this consciousness and failed. Quot a Ordinary people who love this country have in. Recent years become absorbed in the things Only politicians used to care about a he a discovered. A there Isnit any such thing As a silent majority _ a journalist who has had his share of asking embarrassing questions and Barra was unwanted Kuralt now delites in meandering his Mobile Van around the country a Bac roads often being invited in to Chat Over Coffee and pie. His fondest of the Queen City include dining in its restaurants and a. Visit with a Reading re. Bogle maker featured in one of his a on the Road reports. A when a really big a Lory comes along they Send Dan Bathe my obscurity knows no limits a he says. A to top it All off lbs has me Riding around the country in an old bus. Eating grits and fixing Carburettor trying to find put if anything else is going on. the politics everybody knows there Are a few things about the United state Kuralt thinks could use some improving. For instance numbers a when you Check into a hotel these Days they always ask you for your credit rare. I Tell them 1 Don t have a credit card which is the1 truth because i got mad an Tore them All up. And the lady says Quot Well sir have to have some number Down 1 always Fork Over my Drivers License with the thought that new York License numbers Are very Long and. Tedious to copy. But not without the thought that 1984 is Only ten years crowds a a if there is going to be some quiet and Quot Beauty left in this Asphalt and billboard world there a going to have to be some new land poverty a the kind that happens and. Continues to happen in the richest country to the world is an offence to technology a it shows us How to extract riches from a Mountain but on. How to save that Mountain it is silent. I think our priorities Are a people Are really Egar to serve the country a Kuralt has found a but the problem is that the government is kind of out of tour hit a suffering from an arrogance of Power. All the sciences and technology in the world can to solve this. We re going to have to do he a a have found that people care1 not about Law and order but the pain of life that exists around their Community and around my

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