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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - September 22, 1976, Cincinnati, OhioLib Ary of i 3 a 1983 v a 1 a a. S. Colour bus Ohio a cat amt to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 4 00 . Monday display advertising amp Newt dial 531-0234 serving the communities of., Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne dil Hovak Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity vol. Xiv no. 8 15 Cincinnati Ohio wednesday september 22, 1976 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234 new Academy president or. Lucas diagnoses ills or. Stanley Lucas of Beechland dr., Amberley Village was installed last night As president of the Cincinnati Academy of Medicine in his presidential address or. Lucas said the major challenges to Medicine Are its relationship to third party payers especially governmental agencies the professional liability crisis increasing costs and a need for More physicians in the practice of primary care. He. Said rising health Coats Are due primarily to increased Hospital and testing costs Ratner than to physicians fees. Or. Lucas said doctors fees have risen Only 32% since 1971 compared to an All items Index of 35%. Recent increases in doctors fees Are related to skyrocketing me Ciscil insurance rates he said. The new president commented on National health insurance. Or. Lucas said he believes those with lengthy illnesses or Low incomes should be helped by a adequate government program. A but a comprehensive mandatory program is totally unnecessary and would be counterproductive a he said. A a throw away consumer oriented litigious society demanding instant Success instant happiness and instant Reward is the Basic Issue in the medical. Professional ability crisis or. Lucas stated. Medicines tremendous advances in the past decade have probably contributed a lot to patients expectations of perfection he said and a despite arguments by sensation seeking individuals ineptness of physicians is probably the smallest Factor in the malpractice suburban schools Wail for a act Brief or Lucas or. Lucas believes that physicians should work toward tighter control of court procedures binding arbitration a reduction in exorbitant attorney contingency fees counterclaims for frivolous and non Menitor Idun suits and More accountability from insurance companies. Mayor Bobbie Sterne was among local dignitaries at the installation. Other new officers of the Academy include two additional local residents or. John h. Wulsin of Indian Hill Secretary and or. Donald Brinkman of Deer Park councilman at Large. As of monday the a act had not yet filed its amended complaint naming suburban school districts in its desegregation suit against the Cincinnati school Board. Local a act attorney Leonard Slutz said Friday that he did not know which districts will be named nor when the amended com Elais to would be filed in us a District court Here although All parties expect it to be filed very soon. A acpt a chief attorney in the Case Lou Lucas was granted extra time to file the amended complaint because of his fathers illness. The Case is before judge David Porter. The complaint May name the Deer Park i Ladeira and Indian Hill school districts in the suburban life area. The a act is expected to seek a metropolitan solution to alleged segregate pm in Cincinnati schools. About a dozen suburban school District have formed a defense league represented by attorney James Farrell of Dinsmore Shohl Coates and Deupree. Most local school of. Facials Are unwilling to talk about the impel dog Cash until the complaint is filed. Deer Park superintendent Ray Manning said the Board has. Kept abreast of desegregation suits in other cities. A we done to know of anything we have done wrong a lie said. Deer Park and Madeira school boards Are members of the suburban coalition. Indian Hill is represented by its own counsel. Community urged to Call Blue Ash May ask court to ban jets hearing oct. 12 Silverton objects to civil rights report a by Maureen Hehman the City of Silverton has sent a letter received sept. 14 by the Ohio civil rights commission or listing objections to the report of the hearing examiner in the Case of the orc is. Silverton. The hearing examiners report was made Public the first week in sept. Silverton objects to hiring Jimmy Lee Phillips service department employee with City Money instead of Federal sea funds. Silverton said that Phillips would be retained in the event that sea funds cease but in the meantime the City wants to continue him under the program. The City would it be the Federal sea funds if it pays him from City funds the objection says. Inside of Kathy u Maria in Quot the sound of music Page 3. A les picks Mem for this i your guess s picks week. What a Page 7. Age has its Beauty Page 2. Club and social events brides Quot Mugg Silverton said its employment of Phillips under sea is not discriminatory. He was originally hired under this program. The hearing exam neos report says that making the availability of sea funds a requirement of Phillips employment is discriminatory since white1 employees do not have this requirement. According to the Silverton objection however Phillips would be retained in the event sea funds ceased. Silverton said it had no quarrel with a goal of hiring Blacks but it objects to the recommendation that it advertise for jobs throughout the entire greater Cincinnati area. The objection stated that the City prefers to hire Silverton residents. The objection also said that a the Caliper of Blacks in Silverton is such that very few Are interested in applying for and accepting the Type of jobs available. The objection further stated that three Blacks Are on City Council and several others Are employed in departments other than the service department. The City objects to the finding that Ken Ware was fired for discriminatory reasons. He was fired for refusing to1 do Light work the objection says. The City objects to the finding that overtime for Blacks was limited in comparison with Whites. Both Blacks and Whites were offered overtime but when called refused to perform the objection says. Silverton objects to paying Ware Back. Pay. The objection says Ware received Workman a compensation and pay from another company during the period in question. The City paid the premiums for wares Workman a compensation the objection says. Silverton objects to the finding that nepotism worked to the detriment of Blacks in hiring at the service department. The objection says there was no discrimination in this regard. The City cites the example of both Ware Brothers. Blacks at the same time. Silverton a objections will be considered by the orc commissioners at their next meeting oct. 12, a decision will be handed Down subsequently. By Laurie Petrie Blue Ash Council will decide tomorrow night whether to take a firm step towards effectively Banning jets from its Airport. At last thursday s Vota ing session Council deadlocked with a 2-2-2 vote Paul Mckinney absent on a motion by councilman Biederman directing the City solicitor to file suit in Federal court to Force the Faa to Issue a Notum notice in the airman s manual Banning Alt jets from the Airport. The Hamilton county regional Airport authority cra controller of the Airport refused to Issue a ban against jets at its annual meeting sept. 13 because according to Craa president David Poliak terms of the Federal Grant to expand the Airport in 1971 preclude discrimination against any aircraft by a Type a that is jets. Craa believes the Cessna citation Jet is quieter than Many prop planes and should be allowed to land in Blue Ash according to Poltak. Council members Bie Debraann and Stoller who voted to file suit and whose wards Are most affected by noise from the Airport maintain that the City should uphold its May Resolution to ban jets from the Airport. This came As ratification of a 1971 agreement with the City of Cincinnati concerning proposed expansion of the Airport. 1 Jet agreement specified or a Why should we let the Airport authority Craa walk All Over us a Stoller asked. Mayor Ray Macnab who along with councilman Robert Schueler voted against the suit said he could not ask the City to spend Money for a Law suit until a the people understand what kind of noise we re talking Reading from a 1971 Faa manual Macnab said there was basically no difference Between a a Turboprop aircraft and a Turbofan aircraft and that any ban on aircraft should read no a Turbo a mayor Macnab believes this would allow the Landing of Cessna citations since he Calls them Turbo fans not Turbo jets a said City solicitor Robert Mcconaughy. A but the Faa just classifies Turbofan and Turbo Jet under the term there a no doubt in the minds of any Faa official that the citation is a Turbo Jet Mcconaughy said. Councilman Charles Proctor whose Ward the Southern most Section of Blue Ash is the least affected by the Airport abstained on filing the suit along with councilman Curtis Battle. A i done to think be can Ever enforce Noide standards but if we decide to ban All Jeto we May be1 sticking our Heads in the Sand since we done to know what developments May come in the Jet Industry in the future a Proctor said. Under current rales Only jets meeting far-36 noise standards and n weight Standard of 12,500 pounds Are allowed to land at the Airport but several members of Council admit there is no Way to enforce these. A Lear Jet with Blue Ash residents aboard landed at the Airport last week because Lunken Airport was fogged in. Some Lear jete do fall within the 12,-500 Pound weight limit and noise Standard but a we have no Way of knowing about this one a councilman Biedermann said. Councilman Proctor urged that concerned Blue Ash residents Call their respective Ward Council member to voice an opinion on the matter. The numbers Are As follows Stephanie Stoller Ward two 793-0873 Charles Proctor Ward one 891-1250 Paul is in continued on Page 5. Questions answered City May pay mayors Legal fees Saeteu a Coweta 7896 came go Road 3jt choose from our new collection of dried materials. Create your own or select one of our unique arrangements. A ult we. Coj. N. V 561-6788 by Laurie Petrie nearly sixty people crowded into Madeira Council chamber at last mondays committee meeting to find out whether or not taxpayers will pay the mayors estimated $7,500 Legal fees. Because the meeting was not a regular Council session members voted to consider the Legal Bill at the oct. 4 meeting. Appropriation of the fees is part of an an appropriation amendment of $20,800 to be transferred from the contingency fund to the general fond for payment of existing and anticipated Bills. During the heated session councilman Doug Oppenheimer who had initiated the Mcdonald suit last March presented a series of questions about payment of the $7,500 fees for the mayors defense at last mondays meeting and at the regular Council meeting sept. 13. Mcdonald was found innocent last july of reckless neglect of duty in the handling of a speeding violation in july 1975. In a prepared statement at that Quot pm the sept. 13 meeting Mcdonald wrote that he believes Oppenheimer is morally responsible for the fees since he brought the charge and Mcdonald was found innocent. See accompanying statement Page 4 Oppenheimer countered the mayors statement with one of his own. Presented at this mondays special meeting. See statement Page 4. The verbal Battles on Council floor began Over a month ago when City solicitor George Patterson told Council the City would Quot Raymond Walters expansion open Isnit this Beautiful Raymond Walters College secretarial students Betty Bitner of Williams ave., from left and Carol Payne. Knoll wind l a. Peek into a room of the new building al Raymond 1 alter College. There Are 12 new classrooms in the building. I to science labs language lab computer terminals health Center and 44 faculty offices. I new faculty offices Raymond Walters College faculty member enjoy the luxury of Brand new offices in. Be $4 million addition at the1 Blue Ash Campus. Robert Mcgee left assistant professor of mathematics chats with associate Dean Robert Mann. Of Donjon ave., in one of the new offices. Microbiology lab Gina Flege of Superior ave., unpacks equipment in the microbiology lab of the new Raymond Walters College building. The $4 million building expansion is open for inspection this sunday 1 30-4 . Have to pay about $7,500 in Legal expenses to cover the $4,528 Bill submitted by defense attorney Arnold Morelli and consulting fees for Patterson and assistant City solicitor Stan Rozic. Oppenheimer said then that he was never told the City would pay the Bills but Patterson replied that All Council members had been informed of the City a responsibility from the beginning of the trial proceedings. Oppenheimer said that he would not vote for the continued on Page 5. Everybody pitches in Raymond Walters College of us Blue Ash. Is ready to unveil its $4 million expanded facility to the Public this sunday 1 30-4 . A lot of local a Elbow work went into the new building including help with the landscaping by from left associate professor Diederik Dejong of Collin Wood pm John hollow a freshman Iff ral arts student and Gary w Ullmeyer of Limerick ave. A Raymond Walters graduate. The addition doubles the usable floor space at the College. Where every Toan gets big attention and very reasonable rates _ i. .11 Silverton Montgomery Kenwood my i

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