Altoona Mirror, February 27, 1969, Page 25

Altoona Mirror

February 27, 1969

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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - February 27, 1969, Altoona, Pennsylvania TIZZY By Kate financed be am- [ortized interest free over a SO- ALTOONA MIRROR, ALTOONA, PA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 37, 1969. Mirror Classified Ails___Phone year period. This way, a school district could get a million building at an annual cost of i Look how nuch money that .would free for instruction and 'enrichment. j I "I guess I made SOME impression on Alfred-now he's going _______steady with Janice, who's my complete Education Today Lack of Confrontation Necessary for Progress Boheme' :At Area College jOn March 12 i HUNTINGDON Puccini's famous opera, "La j will be presented jlhe Turnau Opera Players ini jOller Auditorium at Juniata Col- lege Wednesday, March 12, at: p.m. This opera of gaiety! amid pathos is one of the Focus series of outstanding perform- ances which are presented each year and area residents are in- jvited to attend at no charge. The Turnau Opera Players organized in 1955, have been1 highly successful in bringing fine' operas to many areas with the backing of the National Music j League, Inc. Throughout their 13-year existence they have given over 750 performances of 65 different operas, of which 150 were return engagements. One of their most successful productions has been "La Bo- which they sing in Eng- lish. The story of "La Boheme" Centers around four friends, a poet, an artist, a philosopher and a musician, who share, a (garret in the artistic Bohemia jof Paris which a 19th century French journalist described as I "a district in the Department jof the Seine bordered on the north by cold, on the west .MHv recorder? Consult your Ph.D. itrators In the view of some militants, month. at Atlantic City He also outlined [3gCdV'eS always i su e' evcn.wnen 'he char- ready for decision making. Some school authorities, who ncknowledge big city school diices a new systems should surrender some power to their constituents, saylcess. this must be done without confrontation. Confrontation, they say, only brings out her proposes would consist of in urban evaluation pro- "Scholl systems must guaran- tee that kids in city schools are going to achieve as well as kids and surg- comedy Colorful flashes of Brighten the bitterness ui said, inlro- erty, and the tender love in nrhan n_.j-ir_ :__-_. of Mimi and a contrast to the constant bickering of Marcello, the painter, and Mu- setta. a coquette. Her aria, Mu- setta's Waltz, is one of the best known excerpts from the opera, n.i _ lhat e wasirs pro- d- aSkinS a duped ir? 1896' lhe rather than that of the more i 7-1 i- SJ toward liberalization. At worst, i it confrontation could bring down a big city school svsterri thpv contends mai "ii- say benefit of works which were The Ocean working togetherjbeing written at that lime. It decentralization case in Npw'ln a community forum would an immediate success, and that they can jointly bring jnas. been a favorite ever since, York 'City last fall was a classic study of confrontation, with the militants in the Negro and Puerto Rican community locked in conflict with both the Board of Education and the member United Federation of Teachers. By-products of the dispute were teachers' strikes that closed the 1.1 million- student school system for 35 pressure where it state legislatures provide resources to get educational job done. To overcome the educational handicaps of ghetto children, Schreiber believes it is necessa- ry to expand highly successfu Jintly bring lnas been a favorite ever since, ranking in popularity with Puc- >o they other great works such as to get and "Madame Butter- 'lly." Raymond Ericson of the New York Times has said of the Tur- nau; Opera Players "excellent young professional singers the company has established a reputation for giving a fresh in- pre-school programs and then' days ami a" proliTerati'on' O'fifollow, lhloueh witil to standard repertory racial tensions involvine bolli mcdlil1 all the Wavltcms as weli as expressions of ami-Negro liiRh aml to operatic rarities." ing and anti-scmitism (a lf j majority of New York's teach-' lle programs such as QUICK QUIZ ers are 'Head Start have brought ghetto N" ronfrontation i Preschoolers .almost up _i0_ihe DaniPrh h n Daniel Schreiber, staff super-! intendent of the New Yorkj school system, is one educator with massive expenditures over who believes firmly that city a long period of time so that schools must yield power to the'gains made in Head Start will community they serve. But, with the child until he says, if disaster is to bejgraduates from high school" averted, the community said. raiiroaa par come into the decision-making! One source of such funds, he are "gandv process without confrontation. ,believes, would be a redirection "Children learn best millions of dollars from respect] capital improvements to struction. The school building parents and teachers each he says. ___.........._ One route to this kind of gap could then be closed he partnership, in Schreiber's view, said, by a federal loan program is for the city schools to give that would replace every 50- accoimlabilily to the community year-old school with a new fed- Wake up to btautiful music. With this compact Philco solid- state AM clock radio. Automatic wake-to-mnsic setting. Plus 40- i winks button for that extra nap. r Full-tone 4" speaker. Built-in Magnccor antenna. Dove-white cabinet. Model 792WH. i r .95 Ph. D. 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