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Daily Herald Suburban Chicago (Newspaper) - September 28, 1970, Chicago, IllinoisTelephone 543-2400 the Bensenville sunny mostly High in mid 60s. Not met cat change. Paddock publications 21 St Illinois 60106 september 1970 2 24 hems delivery 25e i5c a copy the Roar of Jet engines ii a familiar sound for Resi dents in the Wood Dale and Itasca area. The disturbing regularity of Jet flights has forced area villages to band together and form the o Hare area noise abatement Council. The Council supports resident complaints about noisy nights and air pollution. Area representatives have proposed a curfew on Jet traffic Over villages. Negotiation pact is okd the Bensenville elementary 2 school Board thursday approved a negotiation agreement that was ratified tues Day by the Bensenville education association the approval of the negotiation agree ment osme three weeks after the begin Ning of school. Included in this year s teacher s negotiations agreement Are a new higher salary added insurance benefits and a grievance procedure Kenneth acting superintend ent of dist. Told the Register Friday the new salary Index is what held up final settlement. Of the teachers fit on this but some Kaufman said. Held us up was we tried to reach a mutually agreeable arrangement for the approximately one third of the teachers who did not two years ago the dist. 2 teacher s salaries were based on a Merit system. Last year the District improvised this plan to move toward the Index salary system. This year will be the first year the Index system will be totally in effect the base salary for a teacher with a bachelors degree and no experience is according to the Index. The new Index provides a maximum salary of for teacher who it years experience and a master s degree plus 30 class hours. An innovation in this year s negotiations package was the procedural provi which set ground rules for operations among Board and the procedural agreement provides the Opportunity for teachers to discuss with the insurance provi grievance sabbatical leaves and extra pay provisions. Fire Calls Bensenville firemen last week de to five Calls. Firemen doused a truck fire around . At the Clow cast Iron pipe 1050 e. Irving Park firemen answered an in Alator Call about . Saturday at York Road and Railroad Avenue. A House fire at . Monday brought firemen to 4n180 county line Road. The possible cause of the fire was attributed to a malfunction in a Wall air according to fire chief mar tin Henirich. The fire caused an Esti mated damage to the upstairs room of the Home. At about 9 . Firemen responded to an in Alator Call at 711 Green St. Friday at about . Firemen were called on to Wash Down gasoline spilled As the result of an Accident at Foster Avenue and Thomas Street. District 2 officials Eye drug program officials of Bensenville elementary dist. 2 and officers of the Bensenville police department s juvenile and narcotics division Are working to Ward the possibility of instituting a comprehensive drug education program in Bensenville. The designed by the lock heed education would be geared toward seventh and eighth Grade students in the District and parents and other interested adults in the Community. If the Pottle department gets the go ahead from the school the drug education program could Start As Early As according to officer James Markham. The proo Eam is tentatively being considered for seventh and eighth Grade students As a part of their science program. Students would receive instruction to the whole area of drug and narcotics according to Ken Neth acting superintendent of dist 2. Whee students receive in class train the adults would receive instruction through evening lectures conducted by members of the Ponce department. The adult sessions Are tentatively being scheduled for wednesday evenings. Would Ike to keep the adults at least one week ahead of the children so they can understand what the Young people Are talking Mark Nam teachers made some big gains in this part of the Kauf Man is one of the things they were most interested the procedural provisions also provide for the calling in of a mediator if an in pass is meaning the Bea and the negotiating committee cannot reach agreement. Party can cab in a but he must be from the Federal Media tion and Kaufman said. Among the fringe benefits provided in the negotiations agreement is the insurance policy. The insurance package provides a pol icy where the Board contributes 90 per cent of the Premium for beginning teach ers and 76 per cent of the Premium for people who have participated 10 years or More in the insurance program. The grievance procedure agreement is also a new innovation to the District s negotiations agreement. This provision allows a teacher the Means for having complaints Beard at several different Levels beginning with the principal and ending with the Board of Kaufman said. The negotiations agreement will re main in effect until 1970 when to must be ratified by the Bea or amended. Fenton High school dist. 100 teachers this week also ratified their negotiations but the agreement will not be come official until the dist. 100 Board approves it at their regular october meet ing. The Cost to the police officers for con ducting the adult sessions. Hopefully the school District will be Able to share the Cost with the Vil according to Kaufman. The Cost were considered prohibit perhaps other interested local agencies could be encouraged to Partick Man said. An additional 130ft would be needed to substitute teachers for the dist. 2 science Kauf Man said. The school District is presently looking the pro Gram. An estimated needed for materials for the could be fun ded through the Illinois Law enforce ment commission. An expense of about beyond the would be necessary to pay part of Skunk blasts police officer Bensenville police officer Robert Steve got his last but not before the suspect got officer Stueve. The officer responded to a complaint that a after being had sought Refuge in a garage at 116 David or. With one deadly shot from his trusty 22 Cal. Put the annual to but not before the Skunk managed to get off one smelly Stueve said in his police report. The contest a the Ani Mal passed on and the officer departed for a Complete change of uniform. Remains were left for the cow Plain Tant to dispose of. The garage never be the neither win Stueve s uniform. School s office sets open House the Public is invited to an open House at the Dupage county schools office oct. 1 from 2-8 . Merrill superintendent of the Dupage county educational service re is extending an invitation for Resi dents to tour his offices and learn about his operation. His new offices Are located at the do Page county 31w7d1 North West Chicago. Of out administrators feel there is a great need for this Kauf Man said. Is written in the school Law that we must prot Nide drug Edna Ion instruction. It is fete there could be very positive Public relations Benefit from this kind of although the proposal for the drug Edu cation program is still under discussion among dist. 2 sgt Donald Jen son and officers Markham and Leonard Mendoza Are reviewing and preparing for the course. Group to discuss busing children a group of concerned parents from the townhouse Section of off Hamilton is scheduled today to meet with Bensenville elementary dist. 2 officials to discuss kindergarten busing. The which Calls itself the town House kindergarten busing contends that although its members do not live far enough away from school to warrant busing of their kindergarten the route the children must walk is hazardous. A group of mothers met at the Home of Jean Dopak to discuss their problem and plan action. Is not important now far the Chil Dren have to but they school can get around that because of the undue risk said mrs. Pat of 7 Sunset court. The school Board has adopted a policy which provides bus service for Young sters living one mile or More from the school they attend. A provision has been made to allow busing for students who must walk through recently a school safety com Mittee reevaluated and made a list of specific Hazard areas in the Village. The route the townhouse children take was not included on the list. Mrs. Dopak said the parents have be come concerned because of the various Hazares the children Are exposed to on their Way to the Green Street school. She listed the two Railroad truck traffic and the numerous unattended intersections As some of the Hazares. The youngsters route takes them along Ham Ilton Street to Roosevelt Street to York Road. Is a healthy but not a Safe mrs. Dopak said. If they do not get action after today s the parents intend to present a petition to the school Board. Friday night several of the women surveyed town House residents to determine the support they would have if further action were necessary. That do not even have children want to mrs. Dopak said. The busing would affect about 30 kindergarten youngsters in die townhouse according to mrs. Dopak. She the car pools the women have formed have not succeeded. Unreal that someone cannot see the Kelly said. Moth ers have to walk their children to school. Some will risk leaving a baby i the crib to walk their kids to the other concerned mothers who at tended saturday s meeting were mrs Terry 20 Meigs Stanley 22 Meigs do tie 12 Meigs it. And Roger 14 Meigs offer scouting class North Dupage county boys and their parents can attend school tomorrow night and get a mini lesson of scouting free. The Dupage area Council of boy scouts of America is sponsoring a night for where 67 county schools Wal open their doors for an evening of discussions and displays. The purpose is to Tell interested boys More about the advantages of becoming a boy scout. It according to John Council the Addison locations will be the Wes Lake Park army Trail and Lincoln schools. In the Zion Mohawk and Toga schools will Host the scouting night. Bloomingdale s Central school is the site for that Village and North Elm burst will be served by the Conrad Fischer school. The evening while Medinah residents will go to their Medinah South school. Roselle residents can learn about scouting that night at the Spring i us and Lincoln school. Wood Dale s Highland and Oakbrook schools will be in service tuesday night for the scouts. For further information Contact wag Oner at 668-4457 or 627-8100. Graduated by u of i several North Dupage county resident received degrees from Southern Niini University at the school s summer commencement. From Addison was Linda Merkle of 308 Normandy. Bruce 321 w. Green and John 1005 both of Ben were among graduates. Itasca residents James 317 n. And s. 5w Washington school in Itasca will were also listed. Plan testimony on o Hare testimony from persons who object to the expansion of o Hare International Airport will be heard by an Illinois sen ate subcommittee tuesday at 10 . I the Schiller Park Village 9526 w. Irving Park a similar hearing sept. 14 attracted mayors from six surrounding communities including Des Plaines and Ben Senville. A of the officials objected to continued expansion of the Airport As Well As the handling of a Public hearing last february for construction of a Northeast Southwest runway. The officials contend the Only notice of the Public hearing was an classified advertisement in the classified Section of a Chicago daily newspaper. They said that since communities Are affected by noise and air pollution from the Airport they should have been notified. The officials charged that the City of Chicago violated the intent of a state Law requiring that u hold a Public hearing for Airport improvements that affect contiguous municipalities. Officials from Chicago and the Airport did not attend the meeting after being invited to do so and have again been in according to state Howard r. A Forest subcommittee chairman of the municipal corporations committee

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