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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - July 07, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioBus Drivers Complete training. 10 Sycamore school bus Drivers have completed a course of instruction As outlined by the Ohio state department of education and n required by the Sycamore Board of education. Three of the Drivers Mes. Ethel Mitchell Sylvia Brown and Donna Edwards examine the decal showing that bus no. 26 successfully passed the Ohio state Highway patrol school bus inspection for the past year an annual inspection coming up again soon. More than 4,000 students were transported almost a Quarter million Miles in 27 Sycamore owned buses to Public and parochial schools last year. Life readers Only 6cash in9 on your cover what a in a number Twenty five dollars for 52 weeks if its a Lucky one in the Bonus Northeast suburban life is offering its readers beginning next week. Free plastic phone Book covers 52 of them stamped with Lucky numbers will be distributed july 14 along with suburban life. The washable covers will not Only protect the phone Book but will carry a Handy guide on front and Back covers of information about Many local merchants. Hut Back to the Cash which will be awarded the Lucky readers. Each cover will be stamped with a number and each week a number will be selected and published in Northeast suburban life. The persons whose free phone Book Quot cover bears the same number should bring the cover to Cincinnati suburban newspapers inc., 4415 Montgomery de. By monday noon following the publication of the number. The Lucky number Holder receives a $25 Cash prize plus any amount that has not been claimed for three consecutive weeks. Lucky numbers will be published weekly in Northeast suburban life for 52 consecutive weeks beginning next week. All Lucky numbers were chosen in Quot Advance by random drawing by Deer Park Federal savings and loan. Without prior knowledge of where any particular cover was distributed no duplicate numbers were distributed. Injured in fall Florence a Booth 76, 0r� attic Garda a applets Ferrell liquid amp dry. Cascade bark Garbark pay pro and Cocoa Shell mulches. Bone meal Rock phosphate Green Sand Mcdonald s 8968 Kenwood re. 791-8480 4125 Linden ave., suffered a possible broken hip when she fell june 28, and was taken to Good Samaritan Hospital by the Deer Park life squad. I Ildari umber comp any lumber and plywood Cut to size. Carpenters recommended for All types of remodel Fng. A a of Blue Ash re. Rossmoyne 791-8122 it s Sweet Cork time Homegrown at ller s Roadside stand on Galbraith Road Between Kenwood and Blue Ash ads. Safety first at first i cd. My savings amp loan Assn 5% on regular savings 631 4246 esi.1904 on certificates quarterly Deposit by the 10th interest from the 1st eee a lenient parking open daily. Mcville v i president a James f. Disque secretory Columbua. Ohio 4321fy� f a ii i Ursa May to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 serving the communities of Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant bidge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Grossm Oyne Miltonvale Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity 4415 Montgomery re. Cincinnati Ohio wednesday july 7,1971 display aos Anone is classified aos. A a. S31-0234 731-7170 vol. In no. 48 work underway at Kennedy Heights Center construction is Well underway on the new swimming Pool for the Kennedy Heights Community Center playground but work is not expected to be finished in time for use this season. The. Large a a la shaped Pool and adjacent wading Pool for tots is being built by the Cincinnati recreation commission. For approximately $280,000. These pictures show work in Progress. The first and second pictures show the Pool partially completed except for the deep water diving area in the foreground. The Middle picture1 is a View looking toward Tennis courts in the background. Baseball diamonds and Field Are to the right of the picture. The third View shows workmen pouring Concrete in the Bathhouse and office area. A amp a construction co., is the general contractor. Arnold Bray speaking for Kennedy Heights youth federation said the development will also include a tot lot adjacent to the playground in an area now occupied by a House that will be demolished. A Community Center building will also be constructed when City funds become available and will be open for use by the Community and the Kennedy. Heights school which adjoins the area. New backstops will be installed on the Wallfield he said. The development of the Community Center was brought about through the efforts of the Kennedy Heights Community Council and the youth federation. While construction of the new facilities is underway the regular summer recreational activities provided by the recreation commission is being held at Robison Park on Kennedy ave. Education tailored to students needs area school districts adopt new methods by Carol Pucci a too Many Young people today Are going through school without getting the education they need. The future will increase the necessity of acquiring crucial skills and developing these skills for a degree of individualization in instruction and Success in learning which Public schools organized in the conventional manner have been unable to this is the opinion of the Ohio commission on Public school personnel policies which recommends a trend away from the traditional a egg Carton methods of classroom organization in favor of one that recognizes students As individuals with individual needs. The commissions report sets Forth a course of action to improve student learning by better1 use of the teaching staff. In a Check with school administrators suburban life Learned that local school districts either departed from conventional manners of teaching several years ago or Are now planning innovations for the fall especially in the areas of Independent study and team teaching. Madeira cooperative teaching where teachers share resources ideas plans and evaluations in teaching a particular unit of study is in effect in both Miami Hills elementary and Sellman school in Madeira. John rape principal at Sellman. Explained that in cooperative teaching each teacher takes turns planning a lesson around a certain aspect of a general topic in which they Are particularly qualified. For instance when the students at Sellman were recently studying a unit on colonialism the science teacher taught them How candles Are made they cooked a feast in Home economics class and made old fashioned Beds in shop. Individualized Reading math and science programs will go into effect at Miami Hills next year and Are already being experimented with at Sellman. Children do remedial or enrichment work depending on How the teacher evaluates their needs. At Sellman the Reading is geared towards the. Interests of the individual students. A the old method of jumping Ell the children into one category makes the Assumption that they Are Alt Reading at the same level a said rape. A under the new system a teacher May be1 using five or six lesson plans and 15 different books for a class of 30 children a child injured David Kennedy 7, 4338 Hegner ave., fell from a knee fracture. Teacher advisor to direct his studies. Teaching at Indian Hill is supplemented with Field trips to areas of the City or historical Sites having to do with what is being studied and by visits from outside speakers. Recently a a spurt Day was held at the school where students were Able to attend Over 100 mini classes Given by parents and Community citizens on subjects ranging from karate to hypnotism to cooking for boys. High school students also participate in a Volunteer tutoring program at Winsor he commented. During individualized study the teacher spends much of the time at the child a desk instead of lecturing in front of the room to rows of neatly seated children. Formality is out in individualized study. The children sit at tables or in circles and often walk around the room freely. John Dumont principal at Miami Hills emphasized that the teacher has to know 30 different children and work at each individual level. According to Dumont the main stress at Miami Hills is building Success in a child a thought pattern and personality and at the same time a Good background in communication and math skills o i i a at Sellman school teachers Are also Uch Ooi 1cvv available every period for tutoring assistance in All subjects. Madeira High in addition to Small group instruction and individualized study Madeira High school takes advantage of Many outside sources of instruction. Coop students Are Given the Chance to meet with businessmen at monthly businessmen breakfasts at the school and juniors and seniors May opt to finish their school work in six rather than the usual seven periods and dismiss at 2 . To go to work. Next year juniors and seniors in educational Aid programs will have a Chance to attend the joint vocational school in Sharonville which will open for All member schools in 1973. Madeira High school has also been a member of Tom Morow a educational systems today test for the past three years. Indian Hill n on graded team teaching went into effect in the Indian Hill school District seven years ago for students who would normally be in grades four five and six. The students Are divided into groups of 100 depending on their working level and four teachers Are assigned to each group. Grouping is also done in second and third Grade math classes. Rectum classes in social studies Are Given the High school and superintendent school and Tutor elementary school students on. A pay basis. According to Sailer the payment is made As an incentive to attend tutoring regularly and study lessons. The regular teaching staff at Indian Hill is also supplement t e d by p a i d Para professionals. According to Sailer the additional aids take on Many jobs teachers did in the past thus freeing the teachers for More individual work with the students. Continued on Page 2 approved in Madeira a a lot of concerned people who worked very hard is credited with the passage of the school tax. Levy by Herbert Dericks superintendent of Madeira schools. Madeira voters approved a 6.45 Mill school tax Levy june 29, by a 370 vote margin. Board of election figures show that 1337 voted for the Levy 964 against it. A total of 2.324 ballots were cast. Last weeks vote was. Only slightly less than in May when an 8.75 Mill tax Levy and an $800,000 Bond Issue were voted Down. James Sailer Hopes to make More use of the lecture after the new auditorium is completed. As the commission report pointed out Sailer stressed the need for funds and facilities to carry out modern education programs. In the area of Independent stud seniors Are Given the Opportunity to take a tutorial course where the student decides on a particular Are of interest and is assigned a at Bethesda North Johanna Solazzo 76, 3795 st. Johns Ter. Was. Taken to Bethesda North under oxygen by the Deer Park life squad june 29, when she suffered a possible heart attack. Historical society seeks help from Hud in an Effort to save the old presbyterian manse in Montgomery the historical society has written the Chicago office of the housing and Urban development department to find out what is necessary to get Federal help in buying the manse. The asking Price is said to be about $52,000. At a meeting with the National Trust representatives to discuss convince businessmen that preservation 6t the City s upgrading the area by historic landmark the society was told that probably the Only Way the manse could be saved was through Purchase. Mrs. Dottie Mayersky society member said a we were also told that we May have to lose the manse to make people award of its value and Wake up our City fathers. We done to want to sacrifice the manse if we can help mrs. Mayersky stated that one of the major projects of the historical society is to restoring the buildings will be economically beneficial. The Ganada family would like to express our gratitude for the t h o ugh is kindness and most of All prayers of our Many friends during time of sorrow. Our shoe repairing �?�034 Montgomery roa0 pleasant Ridge Geo. Schwaegerle Honeywell presents to swing is suffered june 29, and possible right fill lube with fittus and Brake adjustment double Stamps Yates Comet 4384 e. Galbraith 984 9987 Breitenbach plumbing service within your shopping area 791-5804 5$ 1-61 54 891-9203 a amp Wace a. Iha Ficaj Yutt timer Jang a tight. His by Jack 1� Thomas i your family bicycle Headquarters featuring Quality bicycle expert repair service on All makes Montgomery cycler 9572 Montgomery re. 793-3855 there a tots going on at the Kenwood malt this week yesterday a Annie and the air pollution gang arrived and will be presenting a delightful 15 minute show through sunday its both entertaining and informative and its free. Check the and in this Issue for Showtime. Friday night at 7 . Something else very special will be presented on the mail some Lucky Young lady will be crowned soap Box Derby Queen. The Competition and judging wifi take place at the rain Fountain. Watch the event and cheer your favorite on to Victory and. If that Isnit enough sunday j afternoon the Good news singers will present a concert at p in addition to All that Good news there a More look inside this paper and you la see that Kenwood malls annual july clearance Sale starts tomorrow definition of Kenwood mall in away the children have. Wardrobe looks like a last years wardrobe Quot. You charge up to the Kenwood mall and buy like crazy because you know summer is just beginning and you Hope the merchants never land out their timing is All off right next week ill Tell you All about the stamp show which i i coming to Kenwood july 17 and 18. Watch for More Newit about the philatelists s fun i paid advertisement Paranee Oaie my in Ivi Nunuz. Us ii Huwy ill s july clearance Sale. Merchants think it is time to bring fall merchandise and practically give summer merchandise o. A. But vacations Are just starting you be just discovered. Outgrown everything and last years. A a it s a Iha no tickets required live magical entertainment Showtime july 7, a id a to 1 $6 8 4ft 2 30 7 30 3 30 8 15 july 8 Only 12 30 3 30 1 30 4 30 2 30 8 30

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