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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - January 19, 1977, Cincinnati, OhioT Ohio i it a it rial Jac Fry 1992 vol a a in , Ohio 43211 1,-11 u. A pos a its 8�?Tjv <4,.si has Cincin a Quot pk1i. A it to flare a classified and dial 731-7170 by 1 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 331-02-11 Moeller holds orientation preparing for the eighth Grade orientation program at Moeller High school Are Quot principal Chw Renee k rolling a caled and brother Robert m. Flaherty s.m., director of guidance. The orientation is Friday Jan. 28, beginning al r 10 in the school auditorium the Day include testing class attendance and explanation of the school curriculum. Lunch is free. Dismissal is at 2 30 . Call the a school office for More information 791-1680. Boys in Grade 9-12 of All religious denominations Ore Welcome. News in Brief mayor says garbage Cut Back not probable Cincinnati mayor James Luken commented on the subject of a Csini editorial at last weeks meeting of the new Oakley residents association. He said he had not read the editorial which criticized the possibility of Cut backs in waste collection to once every two weeks in Cincinnati neighbourhoods. It was brought to his attention by an Oakley resident at the meeting. A a no plans have been announced to Cut Back waste collection said Luken. A the editorial is about something that Hasni to happened and probably will Luken said it was an a internal recommendation which probably wont see the tight of the editorial appeared in the Jan. 12 issues of the Eastern Hills journal and the Northeast suburban life business careers for women at rec Raymond Walters College Blue Ash and Owca woman Power Are co sponsoring business career workshops for women feb. 7 and 14, 6-9 . Here is the schedule february 7i Beverly Jackson director. Minority women a employment program. Personnel Mary Frances Piepmeier. Staff assistant administrative forecasting Cincinnati Bell. Insurance sales Sandra l. Walker agent. Prudential insurance company. Career decisions Nadine Peterson vocational Counselor. February 4 civil service Delores Platt management analyst office of administration environmental research Center. Health or. Mary Agna associate professor family Medicine . College of Medicine. Computer programming Judy Haddock data dictionary administrator Federated department stores career decisions h. Guido Gellis career Counselor Raymond Walters College. Telephone reservations requested. Call Pat Moore director of Yew can woman Power. Admission is open to the Public i each session at the door. Indian Hill sets meeting schedules these Are the schedules of the regular meetings of the Indian Hill Council and planning commission for 1977. Council meetings begin at 8 . Unless otherwise noted. Planning commission meetings begin at 7 30 . Council Jan. 24, feb. 28, March 28, april 25, May 31, june 27, sept. 26, oct. 24, nov. 29, dec. 5 5 .dec. 19. Planning commission Jan 18, feb. 22, March 22, april 19, May 24, june 21, june 19, aug. 23, sept. 20, oct. 18, nov. 22, dec. 13. Blue Ash Montgomery Amberly Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy height a Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Romm Oyne Dillonvale Ridgewood a a a pm a of cd Cuatto met smart vol. Xiv no. 23 15c Cincinnati obit wednesday january 19, 1977 4-115 Montgomery cd. Phone 33 i -023 1 defense presents Case this week prosecution presents Case against Silverton officials in Federal court by Maureen he Binan a the Case of Perry love and Ken Ware is. Some Quot Silverton City officials and former service department directors began wednesday Jan. 12 in us District court. Silverto mayor Richard Benken Council clerk Bernard j. Sofa Man and former service dept directors Jim Crowe and Ralph Hank Are being sued by the two former service dept employees who allege that they were discriminated against while on the Job and in this loss of City jobs love also alleges malicious prosecution. Both ask Quot Money damages punitive and compensatory Ware asks Back pay and $10,000 love asks $30,000440,000, love was suspended from his City Job after Quot he was accused and tried for stealing City Gas in 1974. That Case was dismissed in lower court and Silverton a Appeal was dismissed also. Love s suspension remained despite no finding of guilt by the court and he subsequently quit his Job. The City of Silverton represented by attorney Tom. Stueve. Denies All the allegations of discrimination. Stueve is a former City solicitor in Silverton. The Case is a judges trial there is no jury. It is being tried before judge David Porter one of two Federal District judges siting in Cincinnati. Judge Porter Long time Jurist judge Porter a Long to i i e fed e a 1 judge by reputation is Well thought of As a Man and As a fair judge. Although a Man of slight build and height he shoulders a tremendous Load of significant cases in Federal court including the Cincinnati school desegregation Case,.-the plaintiffs love and Ware Are represented by att ornies Bob Laufman and Jim. Crary. Laufman is a Young lawyer in his mid-30�?Ts with a quiet articulate unflappable manner of Cross examination. Crary is also Young one observer at the trial termed his style a Quot a Colombo like Stueve a Man in his 60�?Ts, is an old pro. He has a Quick brisk staccato style of Cross examination one might even find it intimidating. Once Laufman objected to this Gravelly voiced Cross examination of a witness love but the judge said a the Stueve is really a Nice Many a implying that Stuevens tone of voice was one he always used at least in the court room. Prosecution present key witnesses the prosecution examined two key witnesses wednesday and thursday love and. Ware. They testified that Whites were Given Preferes t i a 1 treat -. Ment on the Job. Ware said that Whites were taken off the garbage detail and replaced with Blacks when the City hired its first Black employees in 1971. Under the emergency employment act sea. He said that when new White employees joined the dept., the Whites were put on Utility work and Blacks were a a stuck with garbage a Job which the Blacks testified considered harder and dirtier Ware also Black Weye sent out in bad weather and were assigned More work during a. Normal working Day than Whites White employees were allowed to go Home after completing garbage detail while Blacks were Given other jobs Ware said. say a Tharra a a ltd. Cheeked on love the Only Black with the higher designation of a truck Driver Quot said he was harassed and his work a a continued on Page 4 Bridgeland resigns due to business Jean Pappas to head in school Board inside Jean Pappas was elected president of Indian Hill school Board at the boards Jan. 1.1 meeting. Jim Bridgeland a Board member for seven years and immediate past president resigned because of business which frequently takes him out of the country. Alvin Barrows of North Clippinger dr., was appointed to take his place. Mrs. Pappas said Bridgeland has done a lot for the District in the past several years and he will he missed. He was instrumental in get Ting the District to adopt evaluation and accountability policies for t e a c h e r s and a d. Minister actors she said. Mrs. Pappas said both or. And mrs. Barrows were Active in passage of the recent school tax Levy and. Both have been Active in Quot the schools for Many years. Barrows is with us steel co. Phil Casper was named vice president of the school Board. Other Board Are. Or. David a Quot fell and Edgar j. Mack. Or. In other business the Board a announced that beginning in feb. It will meet at the High school Library instead of Drake re. School. Work sessions Are the first tuesdays of the month 7 30 . Regular meeting is the second tuesday 7 30 . A heard from a recently formed maintenance committee. The committee mad of Community residents involved in the Field Are checking the schools and will make recommendations to the Board about priority of maintenance and repairs. One of the commitments of the Board if the school tax Levy passed was to begin needed repairs to the schools. Charles Eberle is chairman. A heard plans to Send out a Survey to parents asking them How they find out news of the schools in ordet to develop More effective ways of getting information to parents. School superintendent Bob Boston said monday that he had just been told by cd amp a that the schools would have their fuel Cut Back. He did no to know at that time by How much but said he expects it to be significant. More on How area schools Are faring with fuel in this severe Winter next week of Marc wrap up on Page it when will we wrap up the wrap up 0 Sycamore wins Oaken bucket Page to Leader of More than 12 million baptists Speaks in the area Page 9 Deer Park sees supreme court ruling encouraging Page 3 a Bab its cold outside Page 2 Indian Manor subdivision Kern s estate parcel 600-12 39 retorted to 0 office use Only i to Jan. 1, 1997

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