The Journal News from Hamilton, Ohio on July 1, 1971 · Page 57
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July 1, 1971

The Journal News from Hamilton, Ohio · Page 57

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1 : AOE FOURTEEN HAM III ON, OHiO, JOURNAL HE DAILY NEWS THURSDAY, 1, lift Bnrbnrn Sowrrvillas Snvoir Fc.tnntc Success Reported In Experiment In Girls Athletics In 100 New York Schools Bv BARBARA SOMERVlLLE cunrer. DrexH. Harvard, In- to talk of migrating to ,, . u-.u . u««i j land. Lancer. Majestic. Mans- daughter« high school! .. * p , or New Zealand. And torn* do If ^ r ^T«"rS"iris !fWd - Mwlt ' o* 0 *- PWMH-HO. nrxl year to let g.rl. ,..,„,, ^.^ ^ §nd ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ compete on varsity (cairns, don't fe< uptight about il. U's already been donr in 100 New York high schools and il worked out well. Last year girls competed in 10 non-contact sports - tennis, golf, gymnastics, cross country, swimming, track, fencing. Icry. skiing and bowling Prof. George H " American now teave the U. 8. i. ,,1/u 'lin.-. ni..7 ,n ,...>.,,_ „,.„,, . .1.141. return- *« toy«,r retail sto* *«<* Sr wKh now welcoming twice as many emigrants from the U. 8. ti It did 10 years ago. Other tnain destinations are Israel, Australia and Britain. coupl* of y*ars aftet the last | of, Michigan profewwf reports payment? The Federal Hlgh-|«he Averafe ttwrnan won't walk for replacement. •AMRftlCA'N EXPATRIATES ri 'f' — It, used to.be that young people talked of leaving this coun ti ] 1r try and moving to Spain and { turn, They are usually in their 20s and 99s and are either pro- way Administration made a survey and concludes "Assuming a normal amount of driving, keeping a oar after it is two save some mon- avoid current U.S. conflicts and problems — but few give up fwsiona* or Wtfily skilled been* ft™"* - 1 " n nteiiin*. ' their cltlzenihip. nicians. Where are they going? More than half of today's expatri-l GOflNO TO BEAT INFLA- New York Slate Department, of Education told an American Medical Association symposium "Results of this experiment led us to conclude girls should hi- permitted to participate in lv,\V inter-school athletic teams in nmi-contact sports." The experiment came about when the parents of a high school senior girl challenged the the regulations that prevented girls from competing in varsity sports. ' At the end of the year those favoring mixed athletic teams were 84 per cent of tlic boys. 99 per cent of the girls. 93 per cent of Uic parents. 86 per cent of the coaches and 74 per cent of the opposing coaches. Grover said 85 per cent of the girls felt accepted by the boys as team members. Srihool work did not suffer and social acUv- ilics were not affected. Only 5 per cent of the girls felt practice was too strcnous. One boy commented, "If the guy gets 'beat, so what! If he can't admit a girl is better, he has a problem." SAF1ETY AIJERT Better check your baby bouncers, walkers and jumpers. After reports of $1 amputations — or near amputations — of infants' fingers caused by baby seats in one 16-month period, the Food and Drug Administration is setting up new regulations. It is expected that the new standards will require seat frames be constructed to prevent pindtinig. and scissoring, and coiled springs, cracks and hinges be covered or prohibited. In the meantime, do your own inspecting. You are the only protector your baby has now. DO YOU KNOW . . . . . . It's been estimated the average driver spends an extra $50 to $75 per year or gas with a higher octane rating then his car requires? ... Light bulb packages must now disclose not only the voltage and wattage but the average light output and expected bulb life? ... The Mansfield Tire & Rubber Co. is. recalling 80,000 poly ester fiberglass belted tires, J7S-14 and L78-16 which have failed government strength endurance tests: Continued use of these tires can be hazardous. They were sold between June 1989 and January. 1971 under these trade names: Aldens. Buc- Today In History By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Thursday, July 1. the 182nd day of 1971, There are 183 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1887, the Dominion of Canada was created by the British North American Act. On this date: In 1862, the U.S. Congress established the Bureau of Internal Revenue. In 1883, the Civil war battle of Gettysburg began. In 1881, the American Red Cross was incorporated, with Clara Barton as president. | In 1«98. Theodore Rooseveltj and his Rough Riders carried; out a victorious, assault on Sanj Juan Hill in Cuba in the Span-| ish American War. In 1932. a Democratic con-| vcntion in Chicago nominated; New York Gov. Franklin D Roosevelt for president. In 1986, the medicare health j program for elderly Americans i went into effect. i Ten years ago: British troops i moved into the Middle Eastj bheikdom of Kuwait to counter '•• a reported threat to Iraq. Five years ago: France withdraw its troops from the North i Atlantic Treaty Organization. One year ago: David K. E.J Bruce was named head of the ! U.S. delegation to the Vietnam p?Bce talks in Paris. Stole Mail To Buy Heroin CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) Roy McKinney. 30, of Cleveland has been sentenced to five years in prison for stealing mail la*t August from a city collection box. McKinney told U.S. District Judge William K. Thomas Tuesday he supported a |180 l» 1300-. a-day heroin habit with the mail thefts. A raid on his home un | covered a mailman's uniform! and ever 1,000 piece* of mail. Today they are more apt|ates. go to Canada — which is | TWIN toy keeping your car i ey - but twt much." You may save on d«pr*ciatton, but lose on the repair work. BET YOU SHOP more than 800 feet from where she paries to where she wants to go. The average mail, however, will walk about 1,300 feet from cat. Ttoe prof doesn't explain the difference. Since we're not wearing high heels anymore maybe it's because we're the ones who are weighted down YOU CAN PARK! A UnlverMty with shopping pwdhaaesl CONTACT LENSES Our Itit (ttfffttttte Comt Prom Satitfiid Cuitomtrt FAIRFIELD OPTICIANS, (no. CONTACT LfMS SPfCUUSTS. Fof Information ami AftMlfltiittfttt Pleas* Calf MMMI 5218 OIXII HIGHWAY FAlRttILD drug stows America'! : attest PRICES GOOD THROUGH SATURDAY,JULY 3 WE WILL BE OPIN ON THE 4th OF JULYI rowing Store) Chain 79c VALUE BORDEN'S GLACIER CLUB INI QUALITY SAVirsJGS I SUPERx UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE Vjlfyouinnottitlifiidwlth any SupiRx Bnnd product, nturn thi pirtiilly uud piekifi for • full nfund. COMPARE AT 11.69 SUPERx MALDROXSIL ANTACID LIQUID 12 Oz, Bottle CREAM Half gallon In choice of flavors. . REQ. 31o, BOX OF 12 ICE CREAM CONES RIG. 6»e LIMIT 1 DRAPER PLATES 5 IACK POSITIONS Fantastic buy in lawn or patio furniture. Our closely webbed aluminum furniture with: Contour seats and backs' Six foot long chaise, 25" wide Fold compactly to store or carry WATIRFAir ARMS 4TH OF JULY SPECIAL! 2 CHAIRS AND A CHAISE LOUNGE \14.83 IF f OUGHT SfPAKATELY ALL 3 ONLY .. Pack of 100 9" LIMIT 1 COMPARE AT 89c SUPERx \\\ SUPER GRIP DENTURE ADHESIVE 1 3 /< Oz. Tube. COMPARE AT $1.79 SUPERx ISHAMPOO! 16 Oz. plastic bottle. COMPARE AT 79c SUPERx NAIL POLISH REMOVER 7 Oz. Bottle. COMPARE AT $1.49 SUPERx BABY OIL 16 Oz. plastic bottle, SUPERx SHAVE CREAM 11 02. aerosol. Regular, menthol or lime. COMPARE AT 39c SUPERx CHILDREN'S ASPIRIN Bottle of 36 69c VALUE POTATO CHIPS »Oz. Bag UMIT 1 PICNIC SPECIALS I "*<••* SIKll CHOICE OF 8 FLAVORS WYLER'S SOFT DRINK MIXES Pre-sweetened with sugar. REG. 3 FOR 36c COMPARE AT 79o SUPERx CALAMINE LOTION 4 Oz. Bottle COMPARE AT $1.0» SUPERx FLUORIDE TOOTHPASTE 6V 4 oz. tube MARSH/WALLOWS C 10 oz. bag. REG.27C CIRCUS PEANUTS C 12 Oz. Bag. REG. 39« Pack of 200 REG. 38c PAPER NAPKINS C LIMIT 1 REG, 35o FOAM CUPS Pack of 25 6 OZ. 30 QUART SIZE FOAM COOLER Super strength foam with molded handles, self-seal lid. REG. $1.11 1 GALLON SIZE FOAM PICNIC JUG Shoulder spout, .Metal handle. Unbreakable plastic liner. MEG. II. 39 FUN IN THE SUN SAVINGS CANNON COTTON TERRY BEACH TOWEL 34" x 62" in mad, mod bright colors and designs. $2.49 VALUE 24"INFLATABLE VINYL , SWIMI RING REG. BBC 16" INFLATABLE VINYL 'C! BEACH REG. 49c INFLATABLE VINYL I BACKYARD POOL ' 52" diameter, 10" deep. Happy colors. Includes repair kit. By Ideal. SIX FOOT DIAMETER STEEL WUl SWIM Engineered for easy assembly W and Jong life. Heavy duty corrugated steel walls. Safety liner. ' 15"deep. TWO GALLON GAS CAN REG. $1.59 REG. S2.99 KEG. $1.47 INSULATED PICNIC BAG $1.09 RUBBER SANDAL ZORIES Between the toe \ type for women and children. REG. 39C VENETIAN STYLE CITRONELLA CANDLE RIG. 69e 39' SUN NAT FOLDING ALUMINUM INDOOR-OUTDOOR COT Ladles all cotton hats In bright colors. Strong aluminum framfi. Heavy gauge plwtiQ cover. Folds eas,ily to ;f)9rf. 19.33 COPNRTONE PACK OF 20 TRASH CAN LINERS SUNTAN FOSTER QUANT SUNGLASSES Selection Qf litest styles, frames, colori for men and women. 20 gallon disposable plastic. $i«.t» SLEEPING BAG fHBBMpS overall afee JW W» r«»«rv« tht right to limit qu»ntiu»i. 1971, (up«Rt O'MO*. Inc. SUN & PL AY SUITS For boys or girls, vinyl lined, snap-open pants suits. No iron, -; wash and,wear. $1.69 VALUE

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