The Journal News from Hamilton, Ohio on July 1, 1971 · Page 54
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The Journal News from Hamilton, Ohio · Page 54

Hamilton, Ohio
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Thursday, July 1, 1971
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i, mi HAMILTON. OHIO, JOURNAL "» THE DAILY NEWS Remember When PAGE fJLEVEti 'Seeing Heart' Dogs NEW YORK (A,P) - "Seeing heart" dogs are often prescribed by Dr. Boris M. Levinson for emotionally disturbed Children. A professor of psychology at Yeshiva University, Dr. Levinson advocates training dogs for service in hospitals, mental institutions and prisons to help people who suffer from loss of identity. "When you are in a hospital of prison you're a tiufrtibet, a nobody," Dr. Levinson explains "A pet is the only thiflg that ties you to life." Dr. Levinson recently stirred controversy by recommending that welfare families be given allowances for pet food and veterinary care. "Welfare families need more pets than anyone," he argued. Young EtHerpreneut 1 BOSTON (AP) — Twenty-six- year-old Pamela Carson has undertaken something never attempted here before — opening an outdoor Sunday flea market. The young woman with a his- EARLY DESCRIPTION Watching the maiden voyage of Robert Fulton's successful sidewheel steamboat, one observer saw it as "an ungainly craft looking precisely like a backwoods sawmill mounted on tory degree from the University gcow and t on fire ,. of Denver acquired experience in the flea market business whih she was working in New York for a man who was involved in it. ! "We'd had so many dealers from New, England participate in New York, 1 thought Boston would be a great place for a] flea market. And I guess 1 wanted to come home," said Miss Carson, who is originally from Springfield. The city agreed to rent her space in the Faneuil Hall area for the project. UNDER HUNGARY A small ocean lies under Hungary. The country has 35,030 . artesian wells and underground thermal waters ranging from 60 degrees to 120 degree's Fahrenheit. Try Joufnal'News Classified Ads THE SERENDIPITY SHOP Millville, Ohio Will Be Closed July 5th Thru 10Hi Will Reopen July 13th Lady Sylvia's World of Furniture IT'S VERY SIMPLE! QUALITY FUHNITURE AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD OPEN TOIVITE 'TIL 9 p.m. J SALE ENDS SATURDAY, JULY 3rd I This 1870 photograph shows the north.side of High St., Just east of Front St., as taken by photographer Brant from the tower of the courthouse at that time. The building at the left, on the northeast corner, Chicago Market, and now all Beerman site. A W H AC KIN G RE LI E F — Japanese assembly line worker swin fl s a bamboo stave In.attack on padded dummy after work at Matsushita plant In Os.k.. It', allI part of an effort to reduc. frustrations and tensiona among werkera In the factory's Self-Control Room. • • • • S L I'M M I NO SESSION-- Combining the benefits of fresh airand exercise, women engage In physical, fitness session at Evanston, III., beach. The females attend eight one-hour sessions to help them trim down for the forthcoming summer season at the beach**, SYNC HKONIZATION- It iwki Ukf • w»ll-r»h#»rMd vaudeville turn when these fMtirn Whit* ntU«an| (iutttr thf If wiit|l in Ihilr • iwiWM it thf *9« in Brlsui, England. was later the location of the • of this is part of the Elder- • Humanities Text Mrs. Faye Gillespie Waldron a native Butler Countian, was honored by the Harcourt, Brace and Jovanovich Co. when invited to assist in the writing of a new Humanities text book series, Mrs. Waldron, a Vermilion, Ohio, music teacher-for many years, was selected from the ranks of elementary music teaqhers across the United States to prepare a Humanities text book series for elementary schools. She was invited after teaching trial lessons for the company and submitting samples of her writings. She is now in San Francisco and will work at the company's Center for the Study of Instruction, not to return until Aug. 27. All of her expenses will be paid in addition to a stipend. Mrs. Waldron is a graduate of Reily High School; the School of Education, Miami University; and has taken graduate work at Kent State, Bowling Green, Grove City College, Pa., and the University of Toledo. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Gillespie, 6190 Hamilton-Scipio Road, Okeana. Area Editors Tops Editors of two Hamilton area industry publications were awarded first-place honors in the annual competition of the Cincinnati Editors Association. Awards were presented at the association's award banquet at the Cuvier Press Club in Cincinnati. Robert L. McMaken, editor of Ohio Casualty "Pointers," was presented the first-prize award for the "Most improved Publication." The prize- winning entry is issued by The Ohio Casualty Group for its independent insurance agents throughout the United States. Romilda Hensley, editor of "Life at Beckett's," won first place in the small publication division for "Best Editorial." "Ufe at Beckett's" is-an internal company publication mailed to all present and retired employes of The Beckett . Paper Co. and their families. Over 300 entries were received for this year's contest — the largest number of entries in the history of ' the competition. Judging was done by the Columbus, chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators. The entries were rated on the quality of writing, photography, layout, effectiveness and improvement. Named At Marietta Two Hamilton-Fairfield residents have been named to the dean's list for the second semester of the 1970-71 school year at Marietta (Ohio) College. A member of the dean's list must compile 2.0 or a "B" average in at least 12 hours of work. Those named from this area are Johnie W. Loman, 2681 TylersviHe Rd.. a junior, and Jerome E. fekulve, 50?'. S"U»h- view Dr., Pairfield, a senior, 299 \ Karisma by BROYHILL ..... ... ..... Karisma of fen you so much! 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