The Journal News from Hamilton, Ohio on April 29, 1971 · Page 62
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AWiiL !i, IWi HAMILTON, JOURNAL "«- f HI DAILY NEWS Chance fv Lose Few Pouttdi Physical Fitness ProgMn Billed OXFORD - A physical fu>| ness prOgfa,rii for those wh^ need to lose a few pounds o? strengthen a feto muscles will be started Monday, May 3, b;,*, the Oxford Recreation Depart-l meat and will last until June Robert Tickner, director parks "and recreation, annbufu ed. The-program will be conduc ed'in the evening by two physic OXFORD GlUon WHttit, corrssp«n«*fttt Phone Oftford M3-45SI Mtt. Rosemary Klldty 210 Ridt* Rd. — Phone SZ3-JZ5J Circulation R«j>r«*««t»tlV« To place ft tlwslfied ad contact M1NNIS PHARMACY tl Hit h Street, Phone 523-CM1 News items for Gil ton Wright may be left at Minnis Druf Greek Week Scheduled OXFORD — Martin L. Jervis, a senior from Erie, Pa., and Miss Constance Hoover, Dayton senior, are this year serving as co-chairmen of the Miami University Greek Week, which will be held from Sunday, May 2, through Monday, May 10. Highlighting the Greek Week activities will be a beauty pageant to name a "Miss Greek Week-- 1971", set for Monday; a street dance at Withrow Court, Saturday; a talk by Julian Bond Thursday, at Hall Auditorium a( 4:15 p. m., and the Annual Awards dinner Monday evening, May 10. In addition, a variety of events have been scheduled pitting Miami fraternities and sororities in competitions ranging from a "Trivia Bowl" to the traditional "Puddle Pull." Miami currently has 23 social fraternities and 19 sororities. Summer School Bills Environmental Course OXFORD^— A course in environmental appreciation will be offered in the Talawanda District summer school starting June 14, William Bowers, director, announced. Afler the first week in Oxford, the class will shift to Marshall School, located forth? rural area south of Oxford where there will . be more opportunity to observe more of the aspects',of the course in a nature area, Bowers: said. "This course will be offered for 'the purpose of providing fourth, fifth and sixth graders the opportunity of learning to appreciate, preserve and improve our environment," he explained 1 . ' Much of the study will be outdoors and there will be some camping and hiking involved, he .said. Classes will run from 9 a. m. to noon, Monday through Friday for the six-week perioc which will end July 23. A reading workshop for chil dren from first through the fifth grades previously was announced and' will be held in the Kramer building. It will be conducted by the district with Miami University personnel cooperat ing. Transportation will be provided from the far corners oi the extensive Talawanda dis trici. Courses will beoffered for both elementary and high school students and fees will vary from $20 for students within the dis- trct to $30 for those living out side the district. Application blanks and further information are available ac any of the eignt schools in the district, Bowers said'i Urban School Subject Of One-Day Workshop OXiFGRD — Dr. Lawrence C " Hawkins, dean of the College of Community Services at the Uni. versity of Cincinnati, will serve as keynote speaker for the one- J day drive-in spring workshop for present and prospective school counselors at Miami University ; Friday. He will speak at 10 a.m in the Towers Room of the Uni' versity Center on Miami's Oxford campus on the theme of the conference "The Counselor in the Urban School." The workshop is sponsored by Miami Department of Personnel and Guidance of the School of Education and the Miami Area Guidance Association, and is being coordinated by Dr. Dawn Martin, associate professor of personnel and guidance at Miami. Preceding Dr. Hawkins' talk Will be a welcome from Dr. C. Neale BQgner, dean of the Miami School of Education, and Dr. Kenneth Glass, associate dean of the education school, Registration will start at 9 a.m. at the Center in the second floor Towers Room lobby. Following the keynote address by Dr. Hawkins, participants will divide into six discussion groups to wider various aspects # tl»e theme, These groups will meet the remainder of the morning, until 13:30 p.m. when hjpctt will fee served et tht Center. »nd then reconvene for an. afternoon session that will begin at 1:30 p. m. and conclude at 3 p. m. At the conclusion of the formal program, an optional "rap session" will be held for those interested in the Towers Room, this set for 3 p. m. Dr. Hawkins, hi addition to his university experience at Cincinnati, has been a- guidance counselor in an urban school and served as an assistant superintendent in the Cincinnati Public Schools. With this background he will bring to the meeting a significant amount of experience in this ,area. MILLVILLE PANCAKE DAY IS SATURDAY The Women's Auxiliary of the Millville Volunteer Fire Department will sponsor a Pancake Day Saturday May 1 from 6 a.m. until 6 p. m. at the Village Hall in Millville, The public is invited. Cost for adults is $1. children 12 and under 75 cents. JUDY MEINHARDT SEEKS DIVORCE Judy Meinhardt, 1008 Summer St., filed suit in Butler County Domestic Relations Court for divprce from Donald Mein^rdt, 360 S, C R, on charges of neglect, The plaintiff also ,§eek,s. ajijnony. The couple was married Sept. 5, 1970, at Hamilton. al r educatiOrt instructors from Miami University, he said. Details have not yet been com pleted but interested person are asked to telephone 503-3413 the recreation offic in the TR buildhlg. There is no fee for th program, Tickner said. A program also has been plan ned for Wednesdays from 2 t< 4 p. m. for senior citizens 6 years of age or older to plaj cards, chess, checkers, shuffle board or "just sit around and Football Talk At New Paris OXFORD - W. Timothy Hun ter, a graduate assistant at Miami University, will speak a National Trails High School in New Paris, on "Footiball ant t)he Game of Life" at 1:45 am 2:30 p.m. Friday. Hunter use football film clippings in hi: presentation in which-he com pares his philosophy of playing football with his philosophy of life. Arrangements for the pro grain were handled fay the Mi ami University Speakers Bu reau, a community service or ganizatipn jointly sponsored bj the university's alumni asso ciation and its speech depart ment. Hunter was selected as a Lit tie All - American middle guarc in 1968 while a student at Wit teniberg University. He ha coached a high school team to a successful season and work ed with the Miami freshman squad. Hunter is doing gradu ate work in speech at Miami. Recital Set Friday Night MR. M'LUHAN OXFORD - Dwayne McfLu- lan, tenor, will present 'his graduate recital in the Sidney W. Souyrs Recital Hall of the Center for Performing Arts on Miami University's Oxford campu Friday at 8 p.m. His program will include selections from "La Boheme," The Magic Flute," "La Traviata," and "The Messiah" as well as a group of Schubert Holder of a garduate assis- antship in music in Miami's school of fine arts, he is assis- ant director to Dean George Barren with, the , A Oappella Singers. Within that chorus, Me Luhan has developed a smaller singing group called "The Kol- tgeans" which ha,? given a number of off - campus public performances of its own in ad dition to its performances with he A Cappella Singers. McLuhan is a candidate for /he Master of Music degree in focal performance. He is music minister at Calvary Church in Hamilton, was voice teacher at he George Verity Middle Schcol in Middletown in 1968-69, and holds the Bachelor of Mu- ic degree from Lee College, Cleveland, Tenn, McLuhan holds Canadian citi- enship although he has spent nuch of his life in Africa when lis father was a minister and yerseer of schools in that continent. His parents now live in tlanta. Young Driver Is Threatened At Knifepoint Fairfield police are investigating a complaint by Hillery iVebb Jr., 19, 2123 Bella Vista )rive, that he was threatened ith a pocket knife by a youth ho entered his car and ordered Webb to drive him to Cin- innati. The incident took place early uesday after Webb stopped his ar for a traffic light at Nilles load and Ft. Pleasant Pike. Wter the youth entered the car, e stuck a knife against Webb's rm and ordered Webb to drive im to Cincinnati. After Webb started his auto, e slammed on the brakes, and .ruck at the youth to knock he knife away. The youth, who appeared to be about 19 or 20, then ran from the scene. Webb was not injured. Fossils of starfish in rocks that: are believed to be 400 million years old, are fundamentally tb? same «> the, existing talk,"- tte fecreatiori director added. Supervision will be provided by twb sociology majors from* Miami University who will serve as interns for the park and recreation department. Anyone in or wear this age group is invited to participate. Tickner reminded youngsters who want to enroll in the summer baseball prograht that Friday from 3:30 to 5 p. m, is the last opportunity to register. After that,, he said, teams will organize and practice in preparation for the beginning of schedules early in June. Registration -will be held at the TRI building, located on the Fairfield Road. Oxford Briefs Dismissals from Weffidrial Hospital include Mrs. Elizabeth Webb, Apt. 62, Pjftk View AlfSOpts.r Oxfofd; Mrs: Ruby Smith, 206 Sycamdf e St., Oxford; Mrs. Beulah Ross, 104 W. Church St., SOffierVille; Lloyd Kiracofe, 3412 Cafttden- West filkton Road, Camden; Mfs. Kathryn Thompson, College Corner, and Mrs. Edna Vogel, Darrtown. Attfactions in Oxford theaters: Miami-Western - Thurs day through Tuesday, "A New Leaf," 'With Walter Matthau and Elaine May; Talawanda — Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, "The Landlord." Pearl oysters found in the Indian Ocean and some parts of the Pacific Ocean we not true oysters but are closely related to the mussel. \ Student Dancers To Perform OXFOftl) — The annua! spring program of the Miami University Ofcltesisi a Student tfftfice ofganMtion, Will be staged 'Saturday and Sunday in the Gates • Abeggleh Theater in the Center for Perform- iftg Arts on Miami's Oxford campus. The Saturday program will be at 8 p.m., Sunday's at 2:30 p.m. The program will bffer six numbers and feature work and choreography of student members of the organization in a program entitled "Collage" that they have developed in cooperation with Orchesjs advisor Mrs. Lana Rosenberg, lecturer in physical education at Miami. Featured performers in the show will be Miss Ruth Reich, sophomore from Highland Heights majoring in speech with emphasis on theater; Dav- id J. Ripp, Bayton sophoineffe majoring in radio and television in the college of arts and science; Miss Sue Ann Stolt2, freshman from Worbhington, majoring in special education in the school of education; Miss Tara Thomas, Hudson freshman majoring in German in arts and science; Miss Paula Umberger, sophomore majoring in special education in the school of education, from Ottawa; and Miss Joan Wade, sophomore elementary education major ffom Tiffin; ' The program will open with a number entitled "Nightmare Suite," music by Bartok, with soloists Miss Reich and Miss Christy Cooocr, a future Miami student. Choreographers for this presentation are Miss Reich; Miss Stoltz; Miss Barbara Dunlap, a Toledo Freshman; Miss Thomas, and Miss Grossman, senior from* Montreal, Canada, with assistance from MfS. ftoseftbefg. The pianist will be Mrs. Li ft da Haggard, graduate student in music. Miss Reich ctoreagraphed the second number "The Planets," which will feature Miss Stoltz, Miss Thomas, and Miss Carolyn McBride, Gaifchers- burg, Maryland, senior, along With Miss Reich in the solo roles. The dances, which will be (presented in three segments, Mercury, MarS and Vends, will be performed to music by Hoist. Israel has no constitution but operates mostly on laws initiated by Palestine. The Law of Return and the Law of Nationality are important ones. They grant admission to any Jew to Israel and immediate citizrn^ ship upon entering the country. What could be more newsworthy than crepe prints? Only the special buy price. 8.88 Sh!rt-sh|ft» and eleevdea* skimmer* of Amep triacetate/ Fortr.oP per/eater crape, Sizes 10 to 20 and 14% to 24V4 in colorful, quick ear* prints. cniunf*

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