The Northern Hills Press in Cincinnati, Ohio
4 Feb 1976

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4 Feb 1976

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The Northern Hills Press (Newspaper) - February 4, 1976, Cincinnati, OhioIt. H schools face another Levy cutback it healthy schools an operating Levy re evaluation of the education program and Cuta to balance the budget possibly including personnel Are facing the it healthy school District next year according to Hoard president William Morns Quot with the amount of Money now earmarked for salaries within the District it must be understood by All that there will be Many revisions in the operation of the schools a he said the Board and teachers agreed to an $8,600 base salary recently although w hat t his c o entry n e e o 8 is a Remote c o it r o 1 s n e a k e r ret r i Ever White Ker elementary school fourth grader Doug Volkmann right decided to fill that need when students created their own inventions in their science and career education unit at left is Steve Maui with his Battery operated pm retriever made of and magnets with them is teacher Karen Crenshaw. Her classroom. At the moment also contains magic brooms automatic desk drinking fountains futuristic cars Lollipop machines package wrappers and an Eraser to help Short people erase school blackboards Morris did not say the teacher increase was the sole reason for predicted cutbacks he said the increase was the largest Ever granted by it. Healthy schools and a the biggest part of the budget is Morris made the statements monday night in a press conference he said was called to explain the Board s position in recent negotiations and retain the system s credibility Quot so we can get Back to the business of educating Morris said voters face a a serious possibility Quot of an operating Levy of four to five Mills by november 1976. He said budget cuts will not come this year since 1975-76 contracts Are underway but 1976-77 Quot May be a different a i m not saying we will but we May have to let teachers go to help balance the budget a he said when questioned about the nature of cutbacks. Morris also said the operating Levy would very Likely still be needed even with reductions in expenses. Founders Day the annual founder s Day meeting of All North College Hill schools ptas will be at 7 30 feb. 5 in the North College Hill High school performing arts Center. Past presidents and. Life members will be honoured. Entertainment will include the High school dance band under the direction of James Hisaomi before the meeting and the Becker elementary school Jug band under direction of Marion Zawaski and the St. Margaret Mary choral croup under direction of or. Mary Lea after the meeting. Refreshments will be served in the cafeteria after the meeting and program. Vol 40 661-3200 news no 6 542-8838 classified my delivery service Cincinnati Ohio is 542-8836 february 4, 1976 800 a m 15c a copy me a month by Carrier it. Healthy graduate has poetry published by Greg hand and Nancy Taylor Mike Seaman a 1974 it. Healthy High graduate has been writing poetry for quite awhile but his career As a published poet began at a Kroger company picnic. Mane Flexner works with mikes Mother and the two compared family notes at the company picnic last August. Mrs. Flexner was interested in mrs. Seaman s claim that her son was a poet and asked to see some of his work. A i was really impressed a she said Finneytown Junior zoologist to appear on safari telecast Mike 20, has had muscular dystrophy since childhood and mrs. Flexner thought an my organisation might be interested in sponsoring Mike. After nothing came of her attempts to bring Mike to the attention of local and National groups she decided to read mikes poems to the Taylor elementary Pat. A there was a Long silence Quot she said. A and someone asked me to read another the Pat decided to take Mike on As a special project. A Hundred copies of a meaningful works of poetry a 40 poems by Mike Seaman have been printed by Northwest school District through the assistance of the District s head librarian Maxine Welsh curriculum director James Whitaker vocational education director Don Miller and instructor Jackie Verst. The books will be ready feb. 17 for piano lessons Diane Parry Hannum to retire Finneytown schools a harrs m Hannum will retire As superintendent of the Finneytown local school District july 31. He pin to to retire it his Home in it Myers Fla educated at Western Hills High school and the University of Cincinnati. Hannum a worked 25 years in the education Field before going to Finneytown he is principal of Wood Ward High school Hoard member Robert r Earley has been appointed chairman of the search committee for a new superintendent Board president William Rotert and vice president b Mario Dirks Are also on the i Ommittee boosters dance Finneytown the Finneytown boosters Awn. Will hold its annual sweetheart Dame 9 p in to i a m feb 28 at the Hartwell recreation Center the Cost if $10 per couple includes admission Beer set ups and snacks Musk will he provided by Larrv Welsh s Scarlet guardsmen dance orchestra i it it it it a a r prizes will he awarded and raffle tickets Wilt be on Sale the sweetheart dance is one of the principal fund raising activities sponsored by the boosters Money raised by the boosters goes into the school activity fund to support the instrumental and choral programs and boys and girls athletics at Finneytown Junior and senior High schools in charge of this years dance Are mrs George Jacoby h445 Gamma it. Mis Ronald Pence 1062 thunderbird or and Chuck Gunn 7449 View place or they May he contacted for tickets tickets May also be obtained from any of the following Booster Board me m be i s link w r it a b r u re Reese j in h in juin. Dick i Rani Chuck Williams j in a n i u t n a to g t o r g e Liivak a i be i leu t sch m Ike 1 easy c 11 i k c r a w f it r 11, i he i 11 o i Dar Gera 1 cd Lathani Betty Fri Tach William Mountsier and Judson Hoy Finneytown a Diane Parry a interest in animals has gotten her into a trip to the Virgin islands and Jamaica scuba diving and a future appearance on National television Diane. 15. Is a Sophomore at Finneytown High school and the daughter of or and mrs de Parry. 1116 Hempstead or she s been a member of Cincinnati zoo s Junior zoologist club for about two years and went on the zoos Junior safari to Jamaica and the Virgin islands last August the trip the zoo s second Junior safari was filmed by Abc television network and will be broadcast sometime this year in fart Diane said the Abc cameraman had to learn How to m Uba div e. Along with the rest of the group six weeks of scuba diving lessons were required to prepare for the trip Quot we had a Good teacher a said Diane who had never scuba dived before Quot but he started Reading to us about accidents and How people die the second Day of lessons did the group make any other special preparations a Quot a lot of Solan ame. And things like Diane said the group of 15 Junior zoologists and adults left aug 1 1 and returned aug 29 Diane and another girl were the youngest in the group the second part of the stay was in Jamaica a Strawberry Field of beatle song Fame. Diane described it As Quot lots of open land run by Friendly the group stayed in platform tents in Jamaica but the tents on the gound in tha Virgin islands were a a Little Leas elaborate a she said Quot there were fire ants All Over everything and they Hurt when they she s brought Back some Good pictures and memories though and her response to going Back if she has the Chance is Quot sure a members of the group were interested in different things so there was study of Birds and insects As Well As Marine life mrs Farr thinks the zoo s program for students is an outstanding one the zoo wants Junior zoologists who Are genuinely interested in the program she said and they learn a lot Diane has thought about becoming a veterinarian but since the trip May be changing her mind and considering Marine biology. In any Case she won t Exchange club Honor Chris Zimmer and Bob Reincke North College Hill . High. School were honoured As boy and girl of the month by the Exchange club of Northwest Cincinnati be forgetting the animals the parrys now have. One recent Chilly evening Diane second semester piano lessons have was spending her time slowly circling begun at St. Vivians the outside of the parrys Home it anyone interested in the lessons May was t for the fresh air and exercise a it Contact sister Marie at St. Vivians was a search for her pet Raccoon Convent 868 Finney Trail. Youths charged in local crime spree Springfield twp two 16-year-Olds from the Cincinnati area were arrested by Springfield township and Cincinnati District five police Jan 30 and charged with a variety of theft burglary and assault offences Springfield police said they charged the two for crimes that have been committed in the Harbury sandalwood. Green farms and wins Ray areas during december and january the township police charged one of the juveniles w Ith grand theft Auto three aggravated burglaries one aggravated assault and one felonious assault the other was barged with two aggravated burglaries two grand thefts Auto and one aggravated assault c i n c i n n a 11 poll c e charged the subject a with burglary robbery and carrying a concealed weapon in the College Hill area Snow Blower goes Fred Martin of College Hill sold his Snow Blower on the first Telephone Call after he had appeared in the press classified pages his Quot pay if you sell and generated a total of six Calls your no longer needed items can be Money m your pocket through the classified pages of the press but you must tall 542-8838 liner deadline 1 30 . Monday 1 hey were arrested by the two police departments on Holland or the juveniles Are also wanted in Nashville Tenn for armed robbery and abduction and in Dayton Ohio for armed robbery Finneytown teachers get salary increase Finneytown schools a the Board and teachers have agreed on an $8,750 base salary for beginning teachers effective Jan. 1, the agreement reached nov. 10 by the Board and representatives of the Finneytown education Assn. Is an increase of $500 on the base salary to be in effect until changed in future Nego. Rations an increase in group life insurance from $10,000 to $12.000, a dental Protection insurance plan and an increase in maximum sick leave accumulation 195 to 210 Days Are also included. The Board also adopted group life insurance and group dental Protection insurance plans for All full time non certificated employees of the District vocational school hosts open House Diamond Oaks. Vocational school will hold open House 1-5 . Feb. 8 to begin a week of activities celebrating National vocational. Education week distribution to All Northwest District libraries. Why did Marie Flexner dedicate herself to this project a Quot Mike has such. A. Fantastic Outlook on life Quot she said. A you. Can Tell every mood he a gone through All the pain but there a Beauty shining through. He s too Good not to be Mike laughs and says Marie Flexner is a my Public relations he Calls the published poems a a Good break and an Early Start. I did t think this would happen for another 10 or 20 a you Don t know just How Good you can feel when you help somebody Quot mrs. Flexner said. A a in a just tickled to death about Mike who a been writing poetry for about five years is always ready to try new things. He says his next big project May be a Book a Western or science fiction. A for maybe ill even come up with a science fiction Western Quot he said. Registration for Driver education North College Hill schools a re Girt ration for the High school Driver education class will be 3 to 5 . Feb. 4 in the performing arts Center lobby. All High school students who Are North College Hill residents Are 16 year old by april 30, and have registration and consent forms filled out and signed by parents Are eligible. Applications can be picked up at the High school office. Course fee is five dollars. Classes will meet tuesdays and thursdays from 3 15 to 5 30 . In the High school cafeteria beginning feb. 19. Moving Days at the new South Junior High building meant truckloads of books for Fred Smith and Bill Phipps below and. Instructions on the Telephone panel for principal Tom Mooney left. Teachers Are in touch with the office through Telephone in each room. According to Mooney the building has a sem open design that will allow traditional As Well As modern teaching methods. Program revolves around the Media Center in the upstairs quiet Cone which provides an Opportunity for individual and Small group study. Mooney said an open House will be scheduled at the new building a was soon As we Risco

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