Doylestown Intelligencer in Doylestown, Pennsylvania
29 Sep 1989

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29 Sep 1989

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Intelligencer (Newspaper) - September 29, 1989, Doylestown, Pennsylvania The Friday september 29, 1969 unlock a world of knowledge learn to read with the key Steps 1. Learn sight word 2. Study sound words 3. Read the news sight words very work Wash would which write Why your wish about a sound words you can read you can read Sheen so you can read keen seen teen Green Queen spleen screen you can read Aid so you can read Laid maid paid raid braid you can read skin so you can read band Aid Lytic planting time for America Debbye Turner bin Kin sin twin Chin Shin thin Fin pin tin win Grin spin safety words you must know ladies men s Carroll o Connor bathrooms Joe Frazier intelligencer and the record adult lessons for adult Bush Plant a president George Bush recently helped three Western states celebrate their 100th birthdays. He went to Sioux say Falls South Dakota Helena Montana and Spokane Washington. He asked the people of these states to join the new greening of America by planting Trees in their own backyards. He said it s not enough to Stop dirtying the air. We be got to clean it up. And to help do that we should remember the oldest cheapest and most efficient air purifier cleaner on Earth the president said Trees can reduce the heat of a summer s Day quiet a Highway s noise feed the hungry provide shelter from the wind and warmth in the Trees also turn Carbon dioxide into oxygen. Carbon dioxide is blamed for causing the greenhouse which scientists fear will warm up the world. The president said it does t take a Federal program. And it sure does t take some fancy new study. What it takes is a As Bush planted a tree in Sioux Falls he said it is planting time now for South Dakota for America and for All of spaceship Earth. The choices we make today can either nurture and protect our children or bequeath leave them Only another generation of thickets and foul taken from the associated frets miss America Debbye Turner raps Debbye Turner is the new miss America. 24-years old miss Turner is originally from Jonesboro Arkansas. She moved to Missouri to study veterinary Medicine and became miss Missouri. She is the third Black woman to Wear the miss America Crown. In her first news conference she performed a religious rap song. Well i love the lord. With All i know. Gonna sing his song. Everywhere i go. Gonna sing about the love sing about the Faith. Sing about seeing him face to and she continued for seven More verses. Turner will put her education on hold for a year to serve As miss America 1990. She said she will work on motivating the youth of this country to she said my mom taught us How to do things not because we re female or Black or Southern but because we have what s on the inside to do she said her goal for the next year was to set an example for All Young people. If you dream about being an aeronautics space Engineer you can be an aeronautics Engineer. I Don t care if you grew up in a taken from the associated press and Knight Kidder news o Connor makes to history a piece of to history was made at the emmy awards earlier this month. Carroll o Connor became the second person to Ever win an emmy for Best actor in both drama and comedy. Carroll o Connor received an emmy for Lead actor in a drama series. This was for his role in the drama series in the heat of the he adds this emmy to the awards he has already won in past years. These were for his role As Archie Bunker in the comedy series All in the Robert Young was the first person to win in both categories. He was recognized for his roles in the comedy series father knows and the drama series Marcus Welby taken from the associated press Frazier takes r b act to the stage former heavyweight boxing Champion Joe Frazier plans to handle the hits with his voice instead of his fists when he returns to the stage next month in Atlantic City. Frazier is taking his rhythm and blues act to the Claridge hotel Casino on october 6 and 7. I be been doing it off and on for years and Frazier said. Frazier recently was in a car Accident that caused soreness in his Back and legs. He May Wear a neck Brace for the performance which also will Star Friend Sonny Averona. Smoking Joe said he remembers singing with his family in Church and outside his House at Friday and saturday night barbecues. We All Sang Frazier said. Mama if you did t strike a note right in Church she d say what s wrong with when you d get taken from the associated press ask a Friend to read this if you have a Friend who needs help learning to read you can give it to your Friend with this Page. The key has been designed to be used by someone who can read with someone who cannot. Start by pointing out the key Steps in the upper left hand Corner of this Page. Trie sight corns from z wore list that was found to cover 50% of adult Reading material. Each week 10 new words will be introduced. At the end of 22 weeks your Friend should have mastered the entire list. Urge your Friend to save the Page each week. Learning can be rein forced every Day if you will ask your Friend to Circle the ten new words in at least one newspaper article a Day. The next step is to study the sound words. There is a Good possibility that your Friend can already read the names on the products pictured. Not Only will this boost Confidence but it will also make it easier for pc j to show How changing the beginning of the word also changes the mean ing of the word. Then explain the meaning of any word your Friend does not understand on the list. Next encourage your Friend to read As much of the news on the Page As possible. It is written on a level with beginning readers in mind. These articles should help your Friend be corns interested in Reading the newspaper. There Are Many highly trained professionals and caring volunteers who work in literacy centers in Bucks and Montgomery counties. Listed be Low for your convenience Are the names and Telephone numbers of the centers. Additional copies of the newspaper at each an available by calling 345-3020. 1988. Concept by Joanne Ellis. All rights reserved. No part of this publication May be reproduced or distributed in any form or by any Means or stored in a data base or retrieval system without Permis Sion of the publisher. 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