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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - December 01, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary fat f a in Ohio Vittori fifth society a Tonto 1982 a a los ave. I a a a a i i it Columbus Ohio 43211 a a ltd a g thu Lda to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 serving the communities Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood Mark circulation integrity 4415 Montgomery re. Cincinnati Ohio wednesday december 1,1971 exploring new methods display ads and news classified aos. 53 1 -0234 731-7170 vol. X no 18 Deer Park schools moving ahead by Carol Pucci Eer Park citizen will be asked to approve a 3.4 by Carol Pucci Deer Park citizen will be asked to approve a 3.4 Mill operating Levy for schools dec. 14 to be used for current operating expenses. Exactly what me Deer Park schools doing this year to warrant further tax Money conversations with Deer Park High principal Walter Denecke and assistant superintendent Eugene Haughey confirmed that Deer Park schools Are progressing in their use modern educational methods. Deer Park High at a result three year Field test in Industrial arts curriculum projects As developed at Ohio state University Deer Park High school has implemented suggestions for an Industrial arts course now offered to 8th graders five Days a week. Described As a a do it program the 8 the Grade course is entitled a a world construction and is geared toward the study All phases construction with a combination classroom and lab work. Students spend five classroom periods a week working in Small groups where they study soil testing real estate buying and building and selecting a builder. The students also simulate labor meetings and strikes As Well As building a scale Model. Pending the outcome die school Levy the program Wilt be extended to include a 9th Grade course in manufacturing according to principal Denecke. Coupled with the five Day a week Industrial arts course for boys is a new and extended Home economics Mill Dali Tanker company lumber end plywood Cut to size carpenters recommended for All types remodelling. A soft Blue Ash re. Rossmoyne 791-8122 it cent a a a Matutino 9 Low cholesterol other special met weight watchers health foods m a a a a a. 314 Linwood m. Loo oui ovum How 321-7015 course also taught everyday for girls. T h e c our Seth Ich previously was held Only twice a week and included Only Basic cooking skills has now been expanded to include study in clothing decorating and buying with special emphasis consumer buying. Also new this year at Deer Park High is a one semester course in modern mythology. The course combines outside Reading discussion and paper writing in the Field space and science Phenomena. Grade schools Pilot studies in team teaching and the teaching non academic subjects Are progressing in the Deer Park Grade schools. A quest periods held three times a week at Amity school enable 4th, 5th and 6th graders to choose an area non academic study to pursue with a teacher and groups students during the semester. The students May choose from a wide Range topics which include film making ecology sewing cooking sports handicrafts drama babysitting and work the school newspaper. The students May also opt to use the time As a study period and May choose a new topic each semester. According to assistant superintendent Eugene Haughey the a quest period gives the student a Chance to make choices Early in life and. Teaches them to accept the possibility not always receiving a first Choice. Team teaching both Holmes and Amity continued Page 3 Thi atrium tit t1111 amp a great restaurant a k30 Montgomery a at 1-71 behind Ohio re. Station save $ %. �130.00 value free Humidifier installed with each new Williamson Furnace Central air conditioning system. If you have Humidifier $75 to $100 deduction toward electronic air cleaner installation. Gall now for free estimate. This offer expires dec. 31, 1971. Ray Williams co. 791-7227 �?~snaonx9 Indian Hill band treats fans. A a a t a a tilt j6 a we a a a mip a. A jul for i a. A it v. V 0. I. 84 Vry. A f r a i a a 4 i 4 -. A 5 a v a. Y a Wjk x i a. A 2m be # % n. P v a v p p r 1 it it a a 1 2 i tree. The a dancing majorettes Kathy Gatewood Nancy Drake Harris Connie Wirthlin and Karen Vogts form the stand at sunday s Renga is chargers game at riverfront stadium. The show which also featured Kings Island properties and personnel was described a a a football season. At lower right is r. Earl Snapp,1 enthusiastic crowd. The bengals won 31-0. Kid s Day Peanut Sale sponsored by the Madeira Indian Hill kiwanis club will be held Friday and saturday dec. 3 and 4, at Kenwood Plaza and downtown Madeira. Don Hartley left vice president the Madeira High key club and Norman Tiffany president Madeira Indian Hill kiwanis club will assist with the Sale. Proceeds will be used for youth projects including a scholarship $500 for a High school senior in the Madeira school District. Any senior sponsored by a Church civic group is eligible. Re May get state Grant million a $4 million Grant for Raymond Walters College the University Cincinnati Blue Ash is included in the $420 million capital improvements plan for the current two years which has been submitted to the general Assembly the state Ohio. The announcement was made by governor John Gilligan state senator to Best halftime show the season Csini photos by Roy Boeh the approaching Holiday season was saluted by the Indian Hill High school band by forming the outline a Christmas i Nancy Hemmer Leah Debra Kathy Hausserman Nancy the finest halftone ceremonies the who directed the 120-member hand to a thundering ovation from the William f. Bowen state representative William life carriers win prizes for delivery Mike Peters 7972 wild Orchard was first place Winner and Bill Puccini 3585 Lobelia ave., was runner up among suburban life carriers for the september october period. Other award Winner Are Silverton Carl Meyer 6529 Elwynne Deer Park Gary Bagnolia 4437 Clifford re. Dillonvale Gary Goldschmitt 3856 Mantell Amberley Ridge Wood Tim Lacey 3770 Gardner Rossmoyne Ron Benz 4216 Widhoff Blue Ash Steve Potter 9509 fall son it. Montgomery Pete Gallagher 10694 adventure North Kenwood Jeff Maxwell 5553 Bay Berry South Kenwood Jack Burnham 7153 Juniper View Madeira Jeff Metz 7350 Miami. High achievement winners include Mike Kush 5661 Donjon Tim Cornish 4579 Hermitage Rob Sadler 9770 Highland Jerry Brinkman 8103 Camner Bart Sheeter 10158 Zig Zag Don a Hearn 7402 Briar Patch. Mallory and state representative James Rankin. Of the $420 million $38,997,175 is earmarked for Hamilton county. The plan covers construction new f facilities and rehabilitation existing facilities in virtually every Field state Endeavor. Or. Frank Purdy vice president Public affairs Fot the University said the Money if approved would go for badly needed classroom space at Blue Ash. The College is now operating at capacity. Other institutions slated to receive Grants include the Cincinnati technical Institute Hamilton Branch Miami University for utilities and renovations the research Center the Library and medical Complex the University Cincinnati. Also Roll Man psychiatric Institute children s and adolescent psychiatric hospitals and the Cincinnati Guild rent a mental health Center. Blue Ash installation court appeals judge Warren Young will install Blue Ash officials at 8 00 . Dec. 2 at the Blue Ash office the first National Bank. It is expected that Council will also appoint the mayor vice mayor planning commission member and other officials. Police per Orin plane escort service Tai Tiik a the Freak Cornu Trio hospitality motor inn 7m-4j00 the Blue Ash and Montgomery police departments Are Back to Normal once again after providing unusual weekend escort service. It All began when a single engine charter plane piloted by two combat tested pilots made a forced Landing under the Montgomery Road Bridge Over Cross county High Way saturday night. M organic health foods. Natural Trad Quot vitamins. Organic fertilizers. Gertrel. Hrs t to it Tutu is Sun. 1 to it Mcdonald s 8968 Kenwood re. 791-8480_ custom framing reasonable prices free estimates Black schle6er gallery 7740 Laurel 271-2788 opposite Madeira. Post office big a it dry offers a new twist the chocolate Mill puts tasty touches to your puddings pies parfaits and frostings. Works like a Pepper Mill to make attractive chocolate curls. Mill has a Maple barrel easy to use and clean. For your own pantry As a gift. Only $7.95. Includes 12 . Bar Bissinger s Fine chocolate. Unconditionally guaranteed. Sent postpaid. Mail Check cd xs8s,. A a my a i then a worlds most elegant chocolates 205 West fourth Street a Cincinnati Quot Ohio 45202 Montgomery police said the plane touched Down the pavement at almost a 45-degree Angle straightened around went under the overpass and around a Horseshoe curve before stopping. It never left the pavement. About the unusual occurrence Montgomery police chief Ray Moore said a it could Only happen once in a million years. The plane was out Gas and losing Altitude rapidly when it landed Only seconds away from Blue Ash Airport. The Pilot did no to even know he was the Highway until after he had landed. God certainly was with the police had a detailed description the Landing because the plane missed a Hamilton county Deputy a Cruiser by just a few feet. The Deputy Chuck Vogel asked the planets occupants to move the plane quickly As it was blocking the Highway. It was then that Blue Ash and Montgomery police helped the pilots capt. Robert Bash Lynchburg o., and wo-2 William Schwab 6540 a a a a heating a a a a humidifying a air conditioning electronic air cleaners specialists in total Home Comfort , Wingert Erco. 984-8134 i Miami rd., Madeira to get Gas and then escorted the plane As it taxied Cooper Kenwood and Glendale Milford roads to reach the Blue Ash Airport. Mechanics at Blue Ash Airport checked Over the plane sunday and found it Okay for flight. There upon the plane took off monday to Fly Back to it. Bragg . Breitenbach plumbing service within your shopping area 791-5804, 561-61s4, 891-9203 remember your family and friends this Christmas by shopping at Kenwood mall open weekdays til 9 30, sundays Quot til 6 . advert lament8 you can afford any shoes you can to afford not to Wear Florsheim shoes Florsheim produces More Quality shoes than any other Brand. Look around. Compare the Price with Quot Ordinary shoes. Than come in and sea what value really Means and at Marmer Swa Don t just sell shoes., a fit them a 4102 Glenway Price Hill a Western Hills Plaza a Cherry Grove Plaza a Kenwood mall the Broadmoor Quot Black Brown Val lame to Alza 14 $28.99 most Florsheim shoes i91,.99 to 29.95 l do bal

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