The Northern Hills Press in Cincinnati, Ohio
14 Jan 1976

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14 Jan 1976

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The Northern Hills Press (Newspaper) - January 14, 1976, Cincinnati, OhioArbitration Board it healthy schools an arbitration panel assigned by the 11 �un111on county common pleas court has ruled in favor of the it Hen i thy Board of education in a suit filed nov 1h by the it healthy teachers Asan Meta and the Ohio Edneta ion Assn sea the suit charged the Board with 4, teachers 0 Quot bad Faith negotiations and violating a teacher s contract ral rights and the grievance procedure appointed by judge Robert Wood the arbitration panel found the my healthy Board acted in Good Faith with their offer raising the $7f600 base salary to $8,200. Since that time the Hoard has upped its offer to an $8,400 Finneytown Board dates f i n be to in schools William h Rote i 8592 Hal Ridge it has been reelected president of the Finlie Touti he a a re of Ducat ion. Serving again As vice president will tie or b Mario Dirks 8802 woo View or both 1111 n w a or e r e e 1 Rte i de 111 t h e i r Hoard of education seats in november taking the oath As clerk treasurer for t he d str i it a s m r s f r a need Brewer Hamilton resident who Lias served m that capacity since last february in other Ait ion at the organizational 111 be 11 n g j an. 5the Boa re adopt de a to Mora a proposed budget of $8.418.87�, which includes a total of $10.393 in ii omitted and unpaid Hills from 1975 other appropriations were $470,000 for the Bond retirement fund $200,000 for the lunchroom fund and $1,000 for the uniform school Supply fund. The District s tax rates for schools As established by the Hamilton county budget cd Immis Ltd a re $29.52 for the general fund and $7 21 for the Bond retirement fund the total tax rate per $1,000 valuation i $4-1.24 including $6 51 from inside the 10 null limit i 1 a a at y a r s tax r a t e it it r so h of i s w a a $49 05 mrs Brewer reported that the District had repaid the $200,000 loan needed to pay its december payroll on the last Day of school dec 19when two Ohio school foundation checks arrived during the christinas vacation interest on the loan Cost the District $277.80. The Hoard set the fourth monday of the month at 8 in the Finneytown High school Library As the regular meeting time with two exceptions holidays on the regular meeting cd a. Tes meetings will be Jan 26, feb 23, mar 22, april 26, a 24, june 28, july 26, aug 2� 1, sept. 27, oct 18. Nov 22 a and Dei 13 membership in the Ohio school boards Assn also was approved Robert Nelsen will serve As Ohio school Board legislative Hason member. A contract was approved for mrs Carolyn Burchett to teach the first Grade for the balance of the year at Whitaker elementary school she replaces mrs Patricia Miller who was g r Ante d a t e r n i t y leave i n december new officers of the North College Hal firemen a protective Assn. Inc Art pictured from left with chief Wilbert Koch who swore in the officers president rim 11ailer. Vice president cr11 i1.ughes. Sgt at arms re it Hert Stiesi it 1 re teens Edwin Fri kind and Bernie Harte 1. Treasurer Robert Keller and Secretary torn thiem Here a your press. Collections please sir thu week your press Carrier will be collect tug for this months issues of your Hometown newspaper. Please pay him 60 cents. You la assure yourself a continuing insight into happenings within your Community and you will help our Quot Junior executives Quot rare Money and win prizes your Carrier stops by to collect once each month we have been pleased to serve you with the press each week to help you to become informed on happenings in our Community and give you a than e to take advantage of merchandise and services offered by i it Al businesses we measure our acceptance by asking you to pay for the press in addition to keeping you informed of happenings in your Community the press offers an added Bonus to its paying customers this month the receipt your Carrier gives you will be w Ort h $1 off a i t to 1. U d w i g1 s s Hoe St i re locations we Hope you be found our newspaper valuable and we ask for your support watch for your earner hell be stopping he your Home this week if yet Gnu i Quot your Arrier at collection or you miss your press at delivery Lime plea a Call the press direct delivery service number 542-88.16 it. Healthy schools Board meeting dates it healthy schools pm a Insi Kun 1 a r in it 11 n g d a t e it u and. Locations for the it health Hoard of education Are Lari 26. Hoard office fell. Hoard office March 22, do Vail school april 26, Hoard office. May 24, f rust school june 28, Hoard a i f f ici.�. Jii 1 y 2�, Bihari 1 a of fit a a a a Tig 23, Greener school sept 27, Rex Ralph school. Oft 2>, Hoard office. Nov 22, so 1111 h Junio r 111 g h and dec 13, it o in at ion Anno Utu de committee of the whole special meeting dates Are Jan 21, Felt 18, March 17, april 21. May 19, june 23, july 21, aug i 7, sept 22, oct 2 1, nov 17 and dec 7 Isid pocket base in their recent report to the court the three Man panel said the teachers association and the sea did not meet Quot its Burden of proof in connection with bad Faith negotiations and did not produce substantial evidence indicating the offer was not made in Good Faith. The panel also found the Meta violated its agreement with the Board of education by publicly disclosing matters concerning negotiations while the salary talks were in Progress. Regarding represent Ticen by Mary Anthony and the sea the panel ruled the Board was not in violation of a re Iva Nee procedures and that the matter was not subject to arbitration arbitrators found in favor of the Hoard in a claim concerning teacher Violet Merten who was not issued a co it turning co n t r a it m to. Healthy s u. P to. E a Wheaton said the sea has filed an appear 1 with the court on this decision. To i 40 no 3 66 1-3.200 news dept 542-8838 classified delivery service 542-8836 Cincinnati Ohio january 14 15c a copy 60c a month by Carrier introducing Tracey Mckee who introduces mad Anthony Wayne it healthy schools a catch a glimpse of . History a mad Anthony Wayne on Cincinnati television and chances Are you la also see and hear the voice of 11-year-old Tracey Mckee Duval elementary St Hool sixth grader a project by the class of mrs i Anninos at Duvall was named one of the top 25 selected by Wewt television to be presented As a 30-second historical message this year in the stations Bicentennial Campaign. The projects were researched written and visually presented through the work of fifth sixth and seventh Grade classes in the greater Cincinnati area under their teachers supervision. The Duvall winning entry has on camera narration by Tracey daughter of or. And mrs. Robert Mckee Seward ave. The contest was devised to increase student interest in the Bicentennial Celebration with particular emphasis on local history of neighbourhoods communities and events. Moose plan Lodge for Colerain township site by Jack Metz it Oleain 1 w p. A 1 he Moose Are making plans to move to Groesbeck the Loyal order of Moose Lodge 2, formerly located at 810 Plum downtown Cincinnati have purchased More than six acres on w. Galbraith rd., East of vegas dr., where they Are talking about construction of a Lodge Hall. S w i ii i in i n g put i o 1 it n cd t if n n i s c 0 u r t s i Here does exist one problem which the organization Hopes can be resolved during a Public hearing at 1 . Jan. 21 before the Hamilton county Board of zoning appeals the hearing is in room 224 of the courthouse court and main its construction of the Lodge swimming Pool and Tennis courts Are permitted in the a residence zoned area but there cannot be any improvements within 100 feet of the Side and rear property lines Quot the hearing before the Board of appeals will Settle the problem Quot Orville Roe 11 or attorney for the Moose Lodge said. Koeller says the Lodge does t plan i m m e d i a t e c o n at r u c t i o n o f t h e swimming Pool and the Tennis courts hut they would like to include them in the plans for future expansion. The m Oose lodges old its former Headquarters directly across i uni St. From City Hall in june 1975 to the owners of the old Vienna restaurant ninth and Plum its since then the nearly 350 members of the Cincinnati Lodge have been meeting in the Norwood Lodge s Hall the new Lodge designed he pow Nail design inc. 5255 Delhi Pike is planned to be 60 by 120 feet it will be Able to he divided into two meeting rooms or used As one Large halt 1 his is the oldest Moose Lodge in the state of Ohio and we believe the second oldest in the nation quoted Finigan. Executive Secretary said. Quot it was organized in 1889, then went inactive for a time before re organizing in 1906.&Quot although a social organization its main philanthropic a 1 activity is �?omooseheart.,�?� a children a Home in Aurora. 111. The moose1 organization would like to begin construction of the new Lodge Hall As soon As possible because of the inconvenience of meeting in another organizations quarters. A we re just about ready to get the Esfi Tracey Mckee project under Way a d Earl Hayden. Building committee chairman said Quot but we must Clear up this zoning problem before we can if proposed1 Moose Lodge girl scouts on to safety show six members of the Northern Hills area girl scout troop no. 1645 will appear on the Jan 18 and 25 Teleta St s. Of it at 1.0 . On Wco to. Channel 9 appearing on the Jan. 18 telecast Are Man Ann Green daughter of or. And mrs Gerald Green. 1810 clan Burn. Elizabeth Houchens daughter of or. And mrs Walter b. Houchens 11719 pippin and Mary Ellen Gilbert daughter of or and mrs Thomas Gilbert. 3120 Niagara girl scouts Francie Bosse. Daughter of or and mrs William a Bosse 9274 Ward Wood or. Mary Lynn King daughter of or and mrs Edward Klug 3196 Deshler or. And Petty Spaeth daughter of or and mrs William Spaeth. 3246 Ainsworth ct., will appear on the programs Jan. .25 Tele East mrs Mary Ann Gilbert is Leader of the troop which is sponsored by Corpus Christi Church. Quot play it Safe a is hosted by Channel 9"s Tom or patches Mcgreevey and by it Bob Morgan of the Cincinnati police department. The program has a game show format in which youngsters compete for prizes by correctly answering questions about safety. Troop no. 1645 will compete against cub scouts from St Jude Church in Mack first caller buys it was the first caller who purchased the dishwasher of Mary Delaney of Price Hill. Your no longer needed items also Are Worth dollars to you if you make use of the press classified columns. The press classified ads reaches thousands of potential customers each week. Give it a try. Call 542-8838 liner deadline monday. 1 30 . First Aid from an expert was available during mini week from Jean dodger of the it healthy life squad. My airy Wewt announce pm Boh Braun it airy resident will t a k e h i s 51 it 5 in i to to to n i k e it t it r t a 111 me n i show to Daytona Beach fla., for broadcasts Jan 26 to at the invitation o the Daytona Beach Aren chamber of Commerce Braun must he heartbroken at the thou g h t of t r a Ding t h e a i n c i. N n a 11 world of slush Frost ice scrapers Salt trucks and Antifreeze for Disney i a r actors Nasa representatives sky divers and Anita Bryant All scheduled for appear rain is on his Florida show s w t r i a in i v w i a Bra u n t he 11 cat conditions Lor his stay hut maybe it could just ram once while he s there a woodcarv1ng was taught he Ron Canning teacher backpacking Hobby of teacher Steve holler became mini week subject material. Photos by la Salle camera club Blastoff was minutes away As students Jim prepared their aerospace education class. Schmidt and Jerry Scott la Sallets mini week mixed variety innovation and education

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