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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - March 06, 1974, Cincinnati, OhioAnthony Martino top patrolman Council proclaimed april 26 As Armor Day at the request of Village Garden clubs. In names years top patrolman Indian Hill Ranger Anthony Martino was presented the patrolman of the year award by the Indian Hill Village Council february 25. It was the second time in two years the award has gone to Martino. Martino who is also president of the Ohio Valley chapter of the Fop has been an Indian Hill Ranger for seven years. The award includes a $100 Cash prize which has been donated by a resident Weir Goodman for the past two iar8, Tell age manager a. Wray White said. To e Council also presented a testimonial Resolution to mrs. Robert Dietz wife of the late Robert p. Diez a former auxiliary patrolman. La other action the manager was authorized to advertise for bids for the repaving of Indian Hill re. From Miami West to the corporation line near Plainville re. And for surface treatment of a number of other Village streets. A contract was approved Between the Village and the Indian Hill Madeira fire company for a 2.3 Mill Levy to be taxed in accordance with 1972 appraised valuations. The Levy will raise an estimated $21,000 in Revenue. Council approved an ordinance requiring contractors to pay a $0 Deposit on building permits to insure clean up and care of the area. Officers sworn in three new patrolmen were sworn in by Blue Ash mayor Raymond Mcnab thursday night. All of them were former police office with other local departments. Swim in were Dwight Cooke 27, 28 Broadview dr., Milford former sergeant with the Terrace Park police department Steven Mcdaniel 26, 19 Wesleyn ct., Fairfield a former Montgomery police officer and his brother Thomas Mcdaniel 28, 238 Viston Springdale formerly with the Woodlawn police department. Police chief Ron Sturgill says a has. Also hired a police Cadet 22 year old Laurel Wilson 8678 pipe Eli rd., Indian Hill. Sturgill says she will be trained to take Over As a full time policewoman by january 1975. Library. Ohio historical society 1982 Velma ave. Columbus Ohio 43211or . Postage biimghila�k11 sulk Kate a j d Gino Annati Ohio Mitho. §>3q to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 the c Uhtof Adi amour Lay villus a Indian Hilt mud Ciru i it stunt Haduc hrs can Kennedy Heigh is Sili Vrem menu i get gtd user Park Rossmoyne Dillun vate Ridy Eunude Mark or circulation integrity vol. Xiii no. 32 Cincinnati. Ohio wednesday March 6, 1974 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531 -0234 before deciding court action teachers Eye reaction to Temple plan by kale March several years ago someone said that school administrators Are divided Between those who believe in a four Walls concept of education that is teach All Comers As much As they can learn with the Best tools and teachers available and those who View the Urban school system As a Means of saving the City and improving the sociological environment. Cincinnati never one of the trendy towns has now become a storm Center Over the question of educational Equality and racial isolation with the next big blow scheduled for the March 11 meeting of the Cincinnati Board of education. Ronald Temple Cincinnati school Board member has promised to offer at that meeting an alternative plan to racially balance the faculty. The currently controversial plan devised by the superintendents committee on teacher Transfer to achieve racial balance adopted by the school Board will shift 182 Black teachers throughout the District. The moves Are designed to place 25 percent Black a 75 percent White teachers in each school building a approximately the balance of the teaching staff As a suspect arrested Blue Ash police arrested a Nineteen year old suspect and charged him on three counts after they apprehended him at the showroom inn 4767 Creek rd., thursday around 4 15 . Michael Prather 7017 Laboiteaux North College Hill was charged with breaking and entering Possession of criminal tools and criminal trespassing after sgt. Michael Allen spotted a car outside the inn while he was of routine patrol. Police surrounded the inn and apprehended Prather when he came out of the building. Students at Park Academy Blue Ash learn to create in All types of Media. For instance one recent project included Finger painting with a mixture of acrylics and shaving Cream. Above at left Andrea Weinstock Galbraith re. Paints on an easel while Debbie Graceman Shadow Hill Way draws a self portrait. Park Academy preschoolers will have their work on exhibit at Kenwood Mali this saturday. Exhibit saturday pre school artists at Kenwood free spontaneous creative artwork All produced by pint sized artists from the Park Academy 4421 Cooper rd., Blue Ash will be featured in a unique preschool Art show this saturday 10 . To 5 . At the Kenwood mall. On display will be a variety of Art projects produced since september by the 40 three to five year Olds who attend the school which teachers concepts set Forth by Swiss psychologist Jean Piaget. A fostering creativity through Art is just one aspect of Piaget a emphasis on creativity in both work and play a according to or. Dorothy Giuntoli the schools director. A the fir Ogram is quite different rom the kind typically found in Many schools where a child is taught that the sky is Blue the Sun is _ key and there is Only one Correct Way to Cut and the children a 11 students of Art teachers Madame Josette Vreeman and mrs. Michael rad Jie will be present during Juhe show. Local exhibitors include Phillip bin Curli. 6661 Kenwood i. J aha.>673 Maple rid. Or. Mir i and Dana in Der. 6210 Lalota or. Greg Lowe. 6195 Latoia or. Alan Runnion 6488 Navaho Trail Bobby Power. 6110 Cherokee. Mazain Iliano a Aisaia. 5ss0 Galbraith. Andrea Bei Amock. 3436 Galbraith. Ken Brunt. 11244 bro oxbridge Beverley Aad Billy Porter. 7613 Carriage or Sharon Bird 10030 binding. Ann Coffey. 7300 thumb Elma. Robin finn. 10695 Der Rabadon Debbie Graceman. 7725 Shadow Hill Bay. Bruy Keller 9607 Lanaford dr., Timmy Hoffland. 7705 Shadow Hill Bay. Lamie Browier. 10793 Deerfield. Mark b Iboo. 9904 Knollwood Andy Aad Micharl o Keefe 10014 Biad. A. Keith Singleton. 9932 Zig Zag. Kevin Sprowl 10815 Deerfield. John Beber 7968 i. Danny Clark 9627 Longford or. Jenny Kerr. 9089 Eldora or. Jacob Rogerdale. 10676 Beagle be Bend Wert Kanarr 8513 Siee Lewood. Kelly Romeo Weld. 3529 Lobelia. Adam Divot. 7595 Montgomery re. Andy be Swaab 6322 grand Vista. Sickle s a a up 3719 m a a tel 1, be o Mcdonald. 10535 Plainfield supt. Donald Waldrip a four Page directive to All teachers asked for patience compassion and self restraint. The plea has gone unheeded. Teacher behaviour last Friday was described by one observer As a unbelievably rude when members of the Cincinnati teachers federation Cut met with the school Board to Register objections to the plan. Equally unhappy Are Many members of the rival organization the Cincinnati teachers association who say they were not consulted when cat president Harriett Russell made a Public commitment to the 25-75 percent plan. Waiting Roger Stephens Cut president and English teacher at Withrow High school said that his group has temporarily delayed threatened court action to halt implementation of the plan pending Board reaction to temples proposal on March 11. The Resolution which Temple plans to offer also Calls for faculty desegregation but on a More gradual basis and with a built in flexibility ratio 20-60 percent the effective Date of temples proposal would be fall of 1976, with implementation being made gradually based on attrition. Aft e r september 1976, racial balance on the faculty would be mandatory. Temple said that the school District annually loses Between 200-300 teachers whose replacements could be assigned in accordance with the new plan. He faulted the present Board plan As arbitrary lacking in time and legally questionable. The Temple plan would also tie in student desegregation Sim Ultan it inside to Neoushy with faculty desert relation which he believes will avoid running afoul of a . Supreme court decision of about a year ago. At that time the court rejected a Denver Colo school Board plan to racially balance the facility because it did nothing to integrate students. Denver is now under court order to desegregate its entire school system a Root and said Temple. Stephens who has criticised the current plan As inflexible told this newspaper that temples Resolution a sounded quite he said he has been told that the superintendents committee which devised the hotly contest plan has been reconvened suggesting that a new look May be forthcoming. Meanwhile area school principals indicate that teachers Are not leaping to Volunteer for Transfer an offer that is Good until March 22. Only 70 of the required 413 have made the request most apparently waiting to see what comes out of the March 11 Board meeting. Whatever happens on March 11, Cut reaction should be Swift. It meets the following Day in the jewish Community Center at which time Cut says it a will consider several positions and transfers required under the current plan Call for four More Black teachers at Woodward High school and six More Blacks at Withrow. Woodward feeder school transfers break Down like this Shroder Junior High two More White teachers elementary schools a pleasant Ridge one Black Kennedy five Whites and Silverton three Whites. Of the five Junior High schools which feed into Withrow Eastern Hills and Peoples would each get three More Black teachers Cutter would get eight White teachers. Lyon one White and Sawyer two Whites. Area elementary schools which feed students to Withrow where More Black teachers would be required Are Eastern Hills two Eastwood Park three Kilgour two Lincoln one it. Washington four Oakley three and two at Bramble primary. Schools requiring More White teachers Are Burdett four Douglass four Evanston three Hoffman four Madisonville. Four on Rise last year in Blue Ash by a j a a a t police Battle crime Accident rate braves oust state ranked Taft sports Page 8. Road program for Blue Ash to total one million Page 16. A Kenwood boutique House tour set Page 6. A Montgomery resident wants Quot privacy a Reader reaction Page 2. At fourth. You do succeed it does t matter if the first three got away. Or that s How is. Anna hearld Felt after renting an apartment to the fourth caller responding to her can classified. Especially since it took orgy one Day to find the new tenants people like to do business at Home. That s Why they shop a sol. M-7170. The signs warn that the City is patrolled by unmarked cars and a canine unit. The police cars parked at strategic Points during Rush hours warn motorists that radar is being enforced. Last year there were 123 cases of breaking and entering reported in Blue Ash. The number of Auto accidents increased 35 percent from 1972. Blue Ash police chief dangerous Street. Out of a total of 123 breaking and entering cases reported in 1973 up 13 percent from last year45 of those were cleared by arrest. Grand Larcenie totalled 97. Twenty nine of those were cleared. Monetary loss of property was estimated at $88,870 with $42,571 Worth of that recovered. Crime Overall increased 25 percent in Blue Ash Over the past year. Ron Sturgill does t like figures like that and he plans to do something about it. I a the theme for this a month is prevent burglaries and so far we be had a Good Start a Sturgill said last thursday after Blue Ash police stopped a a amp a in Progress at the showroom inn 4767 Creek rd., and arrested a Nineteen year old suspect. Last months theme was to Stop speeders and 149 motorists found out they a better slow Down when driving through Blue Ash. Since voters approved a half percent increase to the City a earning tax last november seven additional police officers and a Cadet have been added to what used to be a ten Man Force that was without a police chief until Sturgill was appointed last june. Sturgill Hopes the additional manpower will result in additional crime prevention and traffic control. As part of his stepped up enforcement program he has ordered 12 signs to be placed at City corporation limits announcing the fact that blk East is protected by a canine unit and unmarked cars driven by one of two plainclothes investigators the City now employs. The City has also been broken Down into zones for better coverage and quicker response to demands for service. In his annual report Sturgill notes that Auto accidents increased from .296 in 1972 to 388 in 1973 with injuries up 72 percent. Sturgill pinpoints Kenwood and Pfeiffer re. As the most dangerous intersection and Kenwood re. As the most mayors courts receive support Speed limit Deer Park Council voted thursday to go on record As unanimously opposing a state legislature move to abolish mayors courts. A a we re not up Here to have Kangaroo courts a mayor William Kleiman said a abolishment of mayors courts would just be another step toward metro Kleiman noted that both state representatives Norman Murdock and Richard Finan Are opposed to the move now before the House judiciary committee. Councils feelings were also echoed in a letter from Helen fix candidate for the 26th District state legislature who says she is a a unequivocally opposed to the abolition of mayors courts or further dilution of their authority by the stole in other action a vow Post 3744 was honoured in a proclamation for its members service to the country. The vow is celebrating its Diamond Jubilee anniversary. A Public hearing on the Mersch property was rescheduled from april 11 to april 25 at 7 . A Erwin Schmidt thanked the mayor and safety service director Henry Camp for improvements made to the scout quarters. Police Hope would be burglars and other intruders will know better than to come into Blue Ash when they read signs like the one above posted across from Sycamore High school. Parham four and Windsor two. Exceptions exceptions to the mandatory Transfer will be teachers assigned to schools which already have a 25/75 ration some part time teachers and those. Hand picked by each principal As essential to the operation of the school. Seniority will be a Factor. The Only schools in the Cincinnati District which would not be affected Are Mckinley elementary Crest Hills Junior High Glenview school where residents Are wards of the court and Mcmillan Center. Cut objections noted in a a fact Sheet say that a immediate massive Transfer would disrupt schools their programs and Board member Temple said the plan a would produce chaos in classrooms by removing teachers and putting them in new racial he did not comment on whether or not Pupil reassignment based on race might also cause chaos in the classrooms. Or. Robert Curry Deputy superintendent of schools said he feels a it is impossible to succeed at the educational process if All decisions Are based on sociological premises. Or. Curry believes the a most powerful influence in youngsters succeeding in school is the Home environment. A believer in the value of getting a Good educational Start his Choice Wou id be to emphasize Early childhood education. Early deadline deadline for All photos and copy for the Issue of March 13 Only is Friday March 8 at 5 . Advertising deadline is monday at 1 . Brindamour chairman named William Ventress 9525 Wile Gate ln., former mayor of Montgomery has been named general chairman of the Brindamour Campaign committee in the Republican primary for the state representative seat in the 26th District. Ventress an attorney with Proctor and Gamble served As mayor of Montgomery from 1957-1961 and is a member of the Hamilton county Republican policy committee ,. He is a native Cinci Natian. Graduated from the University of Cincinnati and received his Law degree from Southern methodist University. Bike paths topic of gop meeting presentation of proposed Bike routes and paths will be the subject of the Blue Ash Republican club meeting. March 13, 8 . In the 1st National Bank building. The plans will be presented by a committee charged with organizing a Bike path proposal to present to Council. Dottie Winkler and Dan Locke Are chairmen of the committee
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