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Eastern Hills Journal Press (Newspaper) - May 20, 1987, Cincinnati, OhioA2 a he journal press a wednesday May 20, 1987 Lotspeich students display Art Art work by seven Hills Lotspeich school students was recently displayed at Northern Kentucky University during the senior show exhibition of Kathy Rachel Ferguson who is a student teacher at Lotspeich Lotspeich students whose Art will be exhibited arc sixth graders Karen Barrett Elizabeth due Eli Lauren Dupuis Tracy Egan and Danny Oberklein fifth graders John Brooks Marc Deckter Anne Josephson and mis a Wyant third or amp Ders Jonas Boymel. Gayle Coolidge Andy Fox Eli Kirschner Susie Williams and Tim Wyant second graders Andy Bathori Joanna Buchan Tali Hamilton Warner Kuppin Claire Miller and Kenny Powers and first graders Emily i Balskus John Dupuis and Josephine Sittenfeld. Art work included linoleum prints stick weaving Cyanotype prints Clay sculpture pottery plastic masks and Van Goth inspired drawings. Lotspeich Art teacher is Jan Harbolt. Students Amy Gurney daughter of or and mrs Donald r. Gurney of pleasant Street and a senior at Depauw in Vierst to served an internship during january at Lotspeich school. She is a graduate of Mariemont High school. A st. Francis de sales seventh graders paid tribute to Martin Luther King with a unique audiovisual presentation. The material used was researched written and produced by the students. The presentation consisted of created writings music a pictorial history group and individual readings to highlight the life spirit and contributions of he. King. M Ann k. Burrell daughter of Paul and Rachel Burrell. Hyde Park graduated from Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville new York at a mid year commencement ceremony. She was one of four students chosen to be a speaker at graduation. She majored in creative writing and is a graduate of Walnut Hills High school. A f281 Purcell Marian Cavaliers were the first place team in the 14th annual statewide mathematics Competition sponsored by the Ohio Council of teachers of mathematics. Purcell scored a total of 108 Points. One Point higher than second place st. Xavier High school students on Purcell a High scoring team were Dan Busemeyer Karl Bloch Tom Bohman and David Jessup with scores of 30, 28, 25, and 25 respectively. The Cavaliers Are coached by or. Michael flick. High scoring bombers from st. Xavier included James Lin. Mike Burwinkle Dan Jeffre and Larry wee. The bombers Are coached by Joseph Puthoff. Walnut Hills placed seventh other individual High scorers from the Cincinnati area included Jody Brandt of Cincinnati country Day school and Rachael Hall of Walnut Hills High school. Arms. Rusts third graders at Marie Mont elementary school have been learning to share ideas and feelings by using the magic Circle program. The program is designed to give students the Opportunity to become involved in developing their self Confidence and understanding of interpersonal relationships. Within the magic Circle students and teachers share their feelings and thoughts and discuss a variety of topics. The program was developed by the mental health association and has trained hundreds of volunteers to share the project with thousands of children in the Cincinnati area. Money for implementation of the program is received from the Community Chest and the United Appeal rust feels the Circle has been a very positive meaningful experience graders. For her and her third st. Francis de sales annual speech contest was held recently. Its purpose was to provide the students with an Opportunity to express themselves before a Large group. Children from grades three through eight were permitted to participate grades three through six selected a poem to recite. Grades seven and eight were required to compose an original speech of at least 300 words. Speakers were judged on these Points delivery difficulty of selection voice projection articulation and Overall Effort. Winners received ribbons and pins. The winners Are Sarah Goss Grade three Omar Chong Grade six Tamiko Mcdowell Grade seven. Seven Hills Lotspeich school sixth graders Andrea Harrison and Justin Hopson both Hyde Park residents have been accepted to participate in the United states space Camp in Huntsville Ala. Andrea will attend the Camp May 3-8 Justine will attend in August. The Camp gives students aged 11 to 16 the Opportunity to train like astronauts using actual Nasa equipment and full scale simulators. The simulators include the shuttles cockpit and part of its cargo Bay police District two the following reports Are from the records of District two of the Cincinnati police department Thomas Burke Captain. Investigations theft a phone and cassette player taken from woman while she was shopping value $62.40, 3800 Block of Paxton ave., May 4. Aggravated burglary a Cash social Security Check coins and jewelry taken from apartment Entrance gained through first floor main Entrance 2200 Block of Kemper in. May 4. Breaking and entering a lock forced on door to business but no Entrance was gained 4000 Block of Eastern ave., Between May 2 and May 4. Criminal damage a the words a a by mba my and a a Robin were sprayed painted on Church pillars st. Stephens Church 3800 Eastern ave., May 3 or May 4. Attempted Aggras a Ted burglary a a subject was observed breaking a window and attempting to gain entry into a Home through a Security screen no entry was made 1400 Block of e. Mcmillian. April 22. Grand theft a Wallet with contents taken from woman after she allowed a Man to use her phone and bathroom value $75, 2500 Block of Moorman ave., May 4. Petty theft a bicycle removed from rear foyer of building property was not secured value $240, 2500 Block of Moorman ave., May 3. Criminal damage a sugar was placed in a Gas tank of a car damaged occurred 2200 Block of Park ave., Between april 27 and May 4. Assault a a 27-year-old woman was grabbed by a Man 3400 Block of Michigan ave., May 3. Petty theft a escort radar Detector taken from car after window was broken value $285,2800 Block of Ash Mont ave., May 3. Assault a a 28-year-old woman sex husband struck her several times with his fists 5400 Block of Madison rd., May 3. Aggravated Petty theft a three subjects entered a car and tried to take the in dash radio they did remove the knobs of the radio the three were scared off by approach of witnesses 3600 Block of Saybrook ave., May 3. Theft a Gas pumped but not paid for value $7, United Dairy Farmer store 3172 Linwood ave., May 3. Theft a escort radar Detector value $239, taken from car after window was broken out 1 Layfield in. May 3. Petty theft a escort radar Detector taken from car after window broken out value $285, 2800 Block of Ashmont ave., May 3. Aggravated burglary a currency taken from woman a Wallet value $105,220 Block of Strader ave., May 1 or May 2. Petty theft a Cash taken from woman a Wallet value $83,2500 Block of Hackberry st., May 1. Domestic violence a a 23-year-old woman was dragged into a House held Down punched and kicked and slapped in the face. Meado Bright in. May 2. Breaking and entering a owner of business left his building and when returning he found several pieces of inventory missing value $4,335, 1600 Block of Madison rd., May 1 or May 2. Mariemont the following reports Are from the records of the Mariemont Village police department Donald Shanks chief. Investigations theft a Wallet taken from woman a purse and found in menus restroom $60 was missing 300 Block of w. Mcmillan rd., May 9. Recovered stolen property a purse and contents found in trash Container at 6800 Block of Wooster pk., returned to owner May 8. Campers attention done Trent. Own your Camp site. Clubhouse swimming Pool exercise room horse shoes basketball laundry facilities stocked fishing Lake River Pines re resort new Richmond. Of. 653-3300 Ilden a 600d funeral Home directory a Eldon a. Good Bov Orty cd. Good amp Donald s. Good 871-3433 2620 Erie ave. Established 1871 Ramiy Otic to mme a rank out of House if your family a growing but your House Isnit suburban classified can Helper your add a our real estate Section can reach As Many As 261,744 Poten 1 Tiai Home buyers. And one of them is looking for a Home just like yours. Suburban classified Sells a 681-7777 Mission control and mock ups of an orbiting space station and a space lab. The students training will include intensive instruction at the Camp a astronaut conditioning a and Tours of Marshall space fright Center culminating in two Day a a Mission in which students will serve on both the Mission control ground team and on the team aboard a space shuttle a Young scientists from Purcell Marian High school earned a total of 16 awards at the engineers and scientists of Cincinnati regional science fair. Seniors Herb Runnels and Matt Southwich each received a special award by the american statistical society for Best use of statistics in a science project. Southwick a project was awarded a certificate and $15 Runnels received a certificate and $15. The National association for biology teachers outstanding achievement award went to freshman Rick Wegener. The air Force award for outstanding project in microbiology was Given to freshman Suzie dial the Marine corps award for outstanding project in the Field of Medicine Ana health was Given to Jenny Sheanshang a freshman. The following divisional awards were Given to . Students Junior senior division Herb Runnels second place for a personality and academic Success a Matt Southwick a the effects on television viewing on Reading comprehension a Carriew Murphy third place in absent a Erik Heidt third place for his particle accelerator. Sophomore freshman division please see students a7 grandparents Day sharing studies with his Grandfather Robert Ryan left of Walnut Hlls Jay Ryan son of Brendan and Mary Anne Ryan of Hyde Park found it fun to have a family member join his second Grade class at st. Ursula Villa one recent morning. Returning jays enthusiasm his Grandfather was intrigued by the different approach taken today in teaching As compared to his school Days. 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