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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - June 15, 1977, Cincinnati, OhioThe livings easy until kids get bored a summertime and the Livin is easy a Tell that to a Mother with three bored kids on her hands. Children often exhaust the thrill of being out of school in a few weeks. Then the question is a what is there to do in this edition we have listed some of the Many recreational Facit ies and special programs available to children and adults in the suburban life area. There Are Day Camps pipe and recreation programs swim pools and Tennis nearby. Some kids such As Shari Cohen and her friends and the children on Jeteve Lane have solved the summer blahs by organising carnivals to help others. Teens can help others during the summer at hospitals Campa for the handicapped and nursing Homes. Younger children can have fun organizing plays a a a a rivals and lemonade stands with profits helping children s Hospital or some other worthwhile organization. A family Garden redecorating or other Long Range projects can also help beat boredom. Done to forget the Good old air conditioned Public Library. If there Are a variety of Ages of children in your neighbourhood the older children can operate Back Yard play schools for the younger ones with close supervision by mom summertime is a Good time to team a new skill swimming karate guitar playing or belly dancing. These kinds of classes Are offered at Many school districts and recreation centers. When it gets really hot you can play Huck finn and of soak your feet in the Little Miami River. The la Milton county Park District has just opened a Canoe Access Point in the River. A Lefary Ohio historical Sielaty 1982 v e 1 re a ave. Colu3bus, Ohio 4321 1 l al u. S. Poi Tats bulk us paid p2r4i r a 9i>3 summertime and the Livin a is easy a a a Sycamore township begins it summer recreation programs june 20 at Sycamore Park and Wyandot school and june 27 at High Point Park. Children Ages 5-15 attending the program at Sycamore Park will enjoy recreation from 10-2 daily under the direction of Barbara mock. Making Art from found discarded objects is the first week s project. Registry fee is 50 cents per child. Wednesdays Are special children participate in arts and crafts and supervised play stopping to eat a sack lunch at noon. Each wednesday at Sycamore Park is a special Day with such activities As Flower planting on the 22nd Field trip to skating rink the 29tn hot dog Day july 6 summer olympics july 13 magic show july 20 Art contest july 27 homemade carnival aug. 3 and film strips aug. 10. By Virginia Lynn Kitchun. The program is also set at $1 per child. High Point new for the first time tire june 27-july 18, monday wednesday and Friday 9-noon, primarily for elementary school children. Feel but will have not been finally aet probably cents per child. In addition to formal recreation programs Sycamore township offers these facilities at Sycamore Park 22 acres four shelter houses Plav areas for older children and tot lot swings slides whirl about outdoor Grilla rest rooms two Ball diamonds Woods and Bicentennial Lodge for group meetings. A at Wyandot school two a Oft bal i Fields three Tennis courts under construction completion expected sometime in july. A at highpoint Park a picnic Ana play facilities three additional Ball diamonds under development in the Brecon area a to High Point on 22 site leased from Cincinnati Gas and electric co., maintained by Sycamore township and operated in cooperation with High Point civic club under direction of de Shelton. A Kenwood gardens formal gardens on an acre it of land at Galbraith and Montgomery roads Kenwood maintained by the township and Kenwood Garden club. Holds Parkland the township owns property at Cross county Highway behind duo Vale which it is holding for future Park development. The township Parks and programs Are open without restriction but Sycamore superintendent Harry Jahnigen said he Hopes the play Craft programs will attract township children. See lots of other recreation news on pages 4, 5, 6. To place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 4 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 Cincinnati Subt ban newspapers inc. Blue Ash Montgomery Amberly Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dixon Vale Ridgewood circulation integrity vol. Xiv no. 46 15c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday june 15, 1977 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234 at Deer Park Council mood jubilant after tax passes Farewell to Regina striking a Parade pose these Regina High students spent their last Day at the school remembering the Long history of the 49-year-old institution and finding out where their friends Are going to school next year. A a we la certainly miss Regina a its the greatest a a this group agreed. Marian seemed to be a popular Choice for next years school. Peeking from her Drivers seat almost hidden was Laura Werden. Seated in the window left to right Antic Carmichael and Terry Schlegel. On the other Side of the car Kim bits Meyer and Cathie pera so. Archbishop Joseph l. Bernardin celebrated a special mass sat., june 11 to Mark the closing. He a in the movies the mood in Deer Park Council thursday was jubilant. Residents last tuesday approved the .5 percent tax increase for which mayor Francis Healy thanked them. Healy said he was thankful that services can now be continued and improved. He promised the Money generated by the increased tax would be spent wisely. Both Healy and councilman Joseph Ziegler pointed out that when you Tell the residents the truth and if the problem is presented in the right Way the residents will usually respond. In other actions a councilman Robert of Leary gave an updated report in improvements for dumpsters. New designs Are being worked on after which tentative legislation will be prepared for solicitor James wait and the legislative and finance committee to review. A the City has received a breathalyzer from the state of Ohio and is now waiting for a simulator. Two officers of the Deer Park police Force Are trained to Analyse results. A William f. Smith was reappointed to a six year term on the civil service commission by mayor Healy. Pre trial hearing set for drug busting Case if the name Dennis Murphy does no to ring a Bell you Haven t been watching movie credits very closely. Murphy a graduate of Wittenberg University and Indian Hill High school is a freelance production manager and has aspirations of becoming a full time movie producer. He has played a major role in production of such films As a night of dark shadows a a oaf on a a Man without a country a Quot the King of Marvin gardens a and the Black according to Murphy the production managers Job is primarily one of logistics. A the production manager is responsible directly to the producer and is in charge of hiring the Crew choosing the location of a film and controlling the expenditures a a he said. In this role he has had his share of highs and lows he admits. A recent experience with prs so the displaced person a part of the Short Story series was one of the highlights of his Young but prolific career. His Job was to find a suitable location to shoot the film based on the Well known Short Story by Flannery of Connor. After Days of deliberation it was discovered that the of Connors owned a farm in Georgia very much like the one described in the Short Story. A by gaining permission to use the farm As the setting we were Able to lend some authenticity to the film since we shot the scenes on the same location that inspired Flannery to write her Short Story a Murphy said. A we have been getting encouraging comments about the after graduating from Wittenberg in 1907, Murphy attended the Union theological Seminary in new York City where he received his master of divinity degree in 1970. His first film related Job was with american documentary films. A i started As a go for carrying out the orders of higher ups but it put me in the mainstream of movie making and i liked my chances a he said. A pre trial hearing in the Blue Ash drug bust Case is scheduled for tomorrow at 2 . In before Hamilton county common pleas court presiding criminal judge Robert Wood. A trial Date May be set at that time. The Case in which Blue Ash police arrested eight people for Possession of 215 pounds of marijuana in feb., 1976, went As far in Ohio supreme court because of a prior court ruling that the marijuana and other goods sized in the raid at ramada inn by Blue Ash police Ron Strugill had been illegally obtained and the evidence inadmissible. An appeals court reversed that ruling and the supreme court upheld the appeals ruling. Those charged with engaging in organized crime Ana Possession of an Hallucinogen for Sale Are Richard g. Wells Anthony Carl Andres James Paul Powers Michael Richard Penrod Conley Day Vernon Lee Tiedge and Susan m. Schultz. Attorney for the prosecution is William Whalen. Attorney for the defense Are Bernard Gilday h. Sheldon Phillip Pitzer William Witaker and Allen Brown. The drug bust in Blue Ash has been called the largest Ever in Hamilton county. Bryan Conliffe son of or. And mrs. Wharton e. Conliffe 6336 Crest View ave., was awarded the rank of Eagle scout at a court of Honor june 11, at Kennedy Heights presbyterian Church. Bryan has been a member of troop 342 since 1974, has held the rank patrol Leader asst and senior patrol Leader earned the mile swim badge three years in a Row and belongs to order of the Arrow. Bryan is the seventh Eagle scout from this troop and the first Eagle scout in the Kennedy Heights Community in 15 years. He is a Carrier for Northeast suburban life and won a sirs recent service award a $25 savings Bond. For his Eagle service project Bryan up righted 72 fallen Tomb last review of Airport systems plan a joint technical and Public information meeting to review the final recommended greater Cincinnati metro Mouton a Vispo a system it ran a will be held at the office of the Ohio Kentucky Indiana regional Council of governments 426 East fourth st., at 10 . June 21. This will be the final meeting of the technical advisory committee for the aviation system plan As Well As the final Public meeting. Copies of the plan Are available beginning june 16, at the Oki office for anyone interested in reviewing the material ahead of time. For More information Call Sherman Buckner Jet coordinator 621 stones in cemetery. A Reading Man indicted in Silverton rape burning charges Larry Tatum 24, of the Hailstone apts., 6830 Montgomery re Silverton was indicted by the Hamilton county grand jury Friday on charges of attempted aggravated murder rape Ana escape in connection with the May 25 rape and burning of a 16-year-old Deer Park girl. Bond was set earlier at $250,000. Tatus was escape after he the court with Ted from it charged e bolted the court room during a preliminary hearing May 27. Police caught him in an Alley behind the courthouse after he tripped. Tatum is being held in Hamilton county jail. The victim remains in fair condition at general Hospital in teachers award grads scholarships Indian Hill classroom teachers association cat has awarded scholarships to graduating seniors Jeff Basken and Tom Baron. Jeff will attend us. Tom is headed for Miami University. School Board resets meeting because the regular meeting of Madeira Board of education Falls on july 4, the meeting has been rescheduled for july 5,8 . At the school Board office 6711 Miami ave. A Public hearing will he held on the budget prepared by Madeira City school District. Barry Neyer 8750 Haverhill Liu received his masters degree from Xavier University before be received his Bachelor degree he was awarded a master of science degree in math june 2 and returned two Days later to pick up a is Degre in science. Neyer earned 140 undergraduate and 30 graduate credits in just four years. He Hopes to work in theoretical research and has a $28,000 stipend from National science foundation Fellowship to study it Stanford University for three years. Neyer was a presidential scholar at Xuy for four years and has won too Many awards and honors in science to mention Here. He is the son of or. And mrs. Donald l. Neyer who next year will have five of their eight children in College. Work out along the Trail these joggers Are getting a work out along the Par Cours physical fitness Trail in Winton Woods. Twenty exercise stations Are located along the one mile Forest Trail to provide fun and fitness for summer visitors to the news in Brief "4 \ 4 lawyers argue Points of Law on desegregation an Appeal in the Cleveland school desegregation suit was heard in Cincinnati thursday by the us court of appeals for the sixth circuit. In the lower court us District court judge Frank j. Battisti Cleveland found both the local and Ohio state school boards guilty of fostering and maintaining illegal segregation of students and has ordered them to devise a remedy. The Ohio state school Board is also named a defendant in the Cincinnati and suburban school desegregation suit. Attorney for the Cleveland school Board asked the appeals court to reverse the trial judge s opinion because in his words a there is no probity of evidence to support the conclusion of judge Battisti and he employed improper Legal the lawyer cited particularly what he called the judges refusal to con Sider evidence relating to Cleveland so a neighbourhood a a a an Cincinnati based Case heard several years ago by the. School policy a and Law As found in the Diehl Case. A 6th circuit appeals court the la or tor the state school Board said a the supreme court due not at Cut Muse require integration As affirmative action. A courts order bussing and other remedies Only after a finding that students constitutional rights have been violated he said the school Board is not guilty of actions and intents to segregate and is not required to break up racial concentrations which Are not the results of Board actions. Lawyers for the a act said the trial court s decision should be upheld and said the local school Board was guilty of intact bussing bussing Black children to whiter schools and segregating them within those school optional attendance zones which isolated Blacks and allowed Whites to a a escape Black schools and building schools near and approving Federal Public housing projects which were designated racially from the outset. The a act also armies that the state school Board knew of or should Nave known that children in predominantly Black schools had their class Days Cut from the minimum 5 hours to 3 4. A state Board approved action although there were classrooms available in predominantly White schools according to the a act. Black students were then bussed and isolated in predominantly White schools the lawyer said. The plaintiffs further argue that under a 1956 Ohio attorney general opinion the state Board had the responsibility to affirmatively eradicate segregation which May have existed in the schools prior to the Brown Case in 1954, the first school desegregation Case in the United stages. A act lawyers say the neighbourhood school policy was used As a Sieve to allow White children to enter predominately White schools and that a a neighbor Hood was merely whatever boundaries school officials decided on. The lawyers for the local school Board said the trial be used questionable capacity statistics to arrive at is decision and that he ignored the implications of the Arlington Heights and Austin supreme court decisions in making his ruling. The Dayton school desegregation Case Brinkman is before the United states supreme court and will possibly be heard before the summer is ended. A decision in this Case will Point the Way to the supreme courts rulings on school desegregation cases in Light of such cases As Arlington Heights and Austin. School officials opposed to bussing and Large relocation of students generally believe these cases to be favourable to their Point of View. The sixth circuit court will Issue its decision in the Cleveland Case possibly in 60 Days. It inside first candidate locally announces intentions to run in november Page 3 second annual mixed doubles Tennis classic set at harpers Point Page 10 4johnny who a and other sport stories pages 12, 13 read precious tributes to dad from our youngest readers Page 8 lots of faces and names in the news Page 18

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