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Daily Herald Suburban Chicago (Newspaper) - September 28, 1970, Chicago, IllinoisSection i september 1970 the Register shape up for fall offered Roselle residents will be Able to shape up for fall in special physical fitness classes offered by the Roselle Fork District next registration for these and All fall Park District activities will begin today and last through the entire week. Persons interested in taking courses May inquire and sign up at the new Park District of Loo e. Walnut from 9 . To noon Nindl to 5 . Under the supervision of Hap Jacub Park this year s program features general it cult and family activities the eight week program officially be gins saturday oct. 3 with Flag football at Parkside Park from 9 . To noon. On monday oct. 5 from 7 to 9 . Bex Pettigrew will conduct men s physical fitness classes. Woman s physical fitness classes will be at the same time on tues Day nights beginning oct. B. A co recreational session will be held on wednesday nights for adults also at Parks co school from 7 to 9 . Children s activities will include a Spe Cial pre school session for tiny tots from to . On wednesday and Fri beginning oct. Mrs. Bud Steger and mrs. Bex Pettigrew will conduct the pre school at the scout Lodge in Park Side Park. On thursdays from 4 to 5 . Mrs. Joan Beauprez will hold arts and crafts classes for children. Mrs. Trudy heu Necke will hold a special american self Protection class thursday evenings from 7 to . At Parkside school. Friday will be a special Square dance night for Roselle families. Fathers must bring daughters and mothers must bring sons for the class which will be taught by Rex Pettigrew from to 9 . At Parkside an Oil painting class taught by mrs. Beauprez will begin oct. And continue for eight weeks at Parkside school from 10 . To noon. The fee for most classes is per per son. There is a fee for the co recreational class on and Flag foot Ball on Square dancing classes Cost per couple. Fees for persons who Aren t residents of the District Are double the amounts indicated. Sewer line plans eved Ralph Gross and son. Inc. Has been hired by the Bloomingdale Village Board to draw up preliminary designs for extending the sewer interceptor line from Circle Avenue Down Schuk Road to Day to service the Section of Bloomingdale. Village pres. Robert Meyers made the recommendation to the Board because of tire poor sanitary conditions to this Sec tion of the town. Seem to have forgotten old where sanitary conditions leave much to be Many of our senior citizens live in this and they Are what make Bloomingdale distinctively Bloom ing a he said. He added that the project should be High on the list of because the sanitary problem in this area has been convalescent Home to hold fund fair the residents of the Dupage convalescent Home will hold their annual fun fund fair thursday and oct. 22 and 23 at the Home. Hours will be from to to 4 . On both Days. The Public is invited. Homemade Jel leather goods and other Fine Craft items will be on sate. These items Are made by the residents in occupational therapy arid Ceramic classes. Additional Sale items include Apple doughnuts and Coffee. For those interested in main Taining their tempting baked goods made by the residents will also be on Sale. The proceeds go to the resident who made the particular item or to the Resi Dent recreation fund which is used for transportation to Ball Etc. Hopes Are set on a new bus for the Bensenville to sue state the Bens Nike Village Board thurs Day night directed Village atty. Steven Nagy to draw tip a suit against the state division of Waterways so the George town Waterways improvement project can move of end. The division is holding Back initially earmarked for the until it is determined whether the City of Chicago will buy the Georgetown property for a proposed o Hare Airport water retention Basin. According to Ben sen i lie officials no word has been received from Chicago officials As to their plans for the property. Several months ago Chicago instigated property appraisals and title searches of the property. John chief Engineer for the division of sold the division was holding Bock the Money because they did not want to put in the improve ments if Chicago had plans to buy the property in the next several years. In other Village Board business thurs the new comprehensive West suburban taxi ordinance was approved by the the new ordinance includes licensing provisions and taxicab safety specifications. Sidetracked for quite some the Gross firm was also hired to get an estimate on an engineering design for construction of a drainage to be located behind the Ajax Sand and gravel North of Lake Street and West of Circle Avenue. According to Ralph chair Man of the Public works such a ditch would alleviate flooding on Circle Avenue and Spring Valley. Committee formed to study resources Stephen j. Groszos of director of research and development at College of Glen was recently named to serve on an advisory committee to study the health and social welfare resources and needs of Dupage the study is being sponsored by the it Page county health department and conducted by the american Public health Assn. Groszos has been asked to serve on the subcommittee to examine manpower and training. Groszos joined College of Dupage As associate Dean of sciences in 1967 and subsequently served As Dean of sciences before assuming his present position ear Lier this year. His previous employment includes Over 20 years in Industry and several years in with extensive experience in product and process development. In Groszos was appointed by gov. Richard Ogilvie to the Illinois nursing Home administrators licensing Board. Two men face drug charges two Roselle men arrested and charged last month for Possession of marijuana Are scheduled to appear in Dupage county circuit court oct. 7 for arraign the Case of Henry 319 e. Walnut Roselle and Gregory Rej 21w5220 Terrace was continued after their appearance in the Wheaton court police officers Thomas Lang and Roy Howard arrested the two men aug. 24 at drive in after allegedly witness ing them throw a bag containing a Loose Leafy substance under their car. Michael who police said allegedly gave the bag to Budzynski and appeared in court earlier Docka will stand trial on his plea of not guilty oct. 17. He was also charged with Possession of red Cross sponsors Community classes the Dupage american red is sponsoring a series of Community classes in first Aid during october. The eight locations Are Down ers Glen West Chicago and Wheaton. The lessens Are except Tor the Book and set of bandages for f l. Call the Cross regional office in to Register. Awards. Pins presented awards and pins were presented at the monthly meeting of Hoselle s cub scout pack 412 this earning Bobcat pins were Jeff to James Hubert Mark Kuckie Michael de Richard Kip Michael Donald Scott Chris Ron Nile Ted Tom Devoe and Rudi Martin. Richard Scott Kevin Paul Svendsen and Rick Tracy were accepted into the and Paul Gron Erasier earned a Gold and two Silver arrows in the Wolf rank. Gary Edward Allen and Darrell Christopher received one year pins. An aquanaut award went to key Mikkelsen. Jeff Basset was accepted into the boy scouts after receiving the Werbelo Arrow of Light award and the scientist and sportsman awards. A look into the past was available Tique dealers from five states exhibited their wares a lock at a viewer and scenes from Days gone for Dupage county residents As the i Ith an at the Dupage county Fairgrounds. This lady Taffet Nusl Dupage county antique fair was an College is not needed eighty per cent of jobs in Dupage county in the 1970 s wont require a Cov Jege education. In employers Are trying hard to inform Young people of this fact now rather than have youth pursue often fictitious dream of a opening the doors of Only to be disillusioned after four expensive years of College to discover that they Are not Job according to a spokesman for the Dupage area vocational education authority. Those who argue that Job seekers need a College degree to get the Good jobs Are also according to publications by the Bureau of labor statistics. According to the Bureau s study of 700 occupations i 30 key a High school especially including vocational will become increasingly valuable while a College degree will become less so. Predictions for the next few years show that to per cent of jobs will be available to those who Are vocationally and that a College de Gree will offer no advantage. Two of the fastest growing Job areas Are technical and service work. These jobs will Call mostly for vocational training in the High schools and beyond but Short of a College degree level. Many of these jobs Are now and will be paying More than jobs requiring a col lege degree. Areas such As Dupage county will see the highest concentration of demand for Job entrants with qualifying vocational training. Failure to meet the demand will result in serious failures to meet the local resident and consumer demands economically and the Dupage area vocational Educa tion authority is planning now to help meet these needs in the Dupage area. Dave is a cooperative of All of Hie High school districts in Dupage along with the labor and employer representatives from throughout the county and set vocational plan idea Dupage area vocational education authority officials have been invited by the Illinois state Board of vocational education to present a pro Gram on planning for a Dupage vocational education Center. The occasion is the annual joint convention of the Illinois association of school administrators and the Illinois association of school boards. The convention is to be held on nov. In the Sherman Chicago. The Dupage county cooperative of High school is planning for an area training Center to serve the youth and adults of Dupage county. A county wide referendum is expected in december which will ask for a Short term tax Levy in order to qualify for 60 per cent Matching state and Feder Al funds to assist the local schools in pro Viding the needed Community education Center. The Dupage proposal and plan Ning has been recognized As outstanding in that it meets local educational needs and is economical for the local communities. It is anticipated that the Dupage county educational project May serve As a National Model for action. John r. Dave Donald superintendent of the Wheaton and William o May of office is As close to you As your phone Home delivery 543-2400 missed cull by 10 . Want ads 543-2400 deadline 11 . Sports a bulletins 394-1700 other departments 543-2400 Bensenville Register published monday. Wednesday and Friday by paddock inc. 11 West main iii. Subscription Bates Home delivery in Ben Sonvile 35c per weak 6s 1 and 6.00 j12.00 3 through 8.5.50 11 00 22.00 ally Elchard Barton. Stall Jim Fuller Ken Virginia Kuc Ramierz Lnda loll Koch women s Marianne Scott sports Phil Kurth second clan Pottage paid at Illinois w106 the flick Reedy corporation in be Niue and Dave advisory Council chairman will make the presentation. Officials from the Fekin area vocational education Center will present a program on an area vocational Cen Myron Clark of the Wheaton school Board will chair the program. Clark is current and past president of the Tri county school boards association. Plan change hearing set a Public hearing will be held within the next several weeks to consider changes in the planned unit development of an apartment Complex on the approximately id acre stretch of land North of Lake behind Paolella s rustic barn in Bloomingdale. The exact Date and time will be set once Legal details have been worked out. A request by James owner of the to reduce the number of two bedroom apartments from about 200 to 160 was approved by the Bloomingdale plan commission last monday. The a shaped Complex will contain a total of about 400 237 of which will have one bedroom. Chica Goland area. Dave is planning an extensive vocational training Center that would open in 1973. Sometime probably in county voters will have a Chance to sup port this project to meet the needs of area communities and approve a tax Levy of five cents per assessed valuation for a period of four or five years to help fund it. State and Federal dollars will match local dollars at 60 per cent. Or. Science9 scheduled to lecture the intermediate teachers Institute of Dupage county will feature Sci Pete Mckinney in a lecture demonstration of cold world of at Byran Junior High oct. 14 from 4 to 8 . Mckinney is a graduate of the univer sity of where he majored in chemistry. Since 1941 he has worked in the areas of publicity and Public relations. During this time he developed lec Tures on the products of Union including atomic Linde gems and crystals and cryogenics. In cold world of he shows with liquid 330 f. Below what it is like in outer Bow this amazing cold is used in food Cooling and and How it will be used in transmitting electric Power. In the past four years Mckinney has appeared on More than 200 television shows including the today Cap Tain and the Mike Douglas show. The Institute is available to All teach ers in Dupage county As a part of a continuing education program sponsored by Merrit superintendent of the Dupage educational services and planned by a committee of inter mediate Grade teachers. The committee is composed Joyce Woodridge school Dis june Cass school Ruth Wheaton school Jay Wheaton school District. Joseph Roselle school District and Dorothy assistant superintendent of tie Dupage educational ser vices Region. Dinner will be served by reservation with the office of p. 0. Box 60187. Lindstrom sets confab a delegation from Taiwan on its Way to the upcoming March for Victory . Will Confer today with the Rev. Paul chairman of the National remember the Pueblo com Mittee. The Rev. Lindstrom is the headmaster of the Christian Liberty Academy in Prospect Heights. The five member delegation from for Mosa includes High ranking government and Church officials. They Are meeting with the Rev. Lindstrom and Pueblo committee members at Lindstrom s request. Subjects of the Lindstrom will be the prisoner of War situation in Vietnam and red and Pueblo committee activities now being planned for Southeast Asia and for the March in Washington. Members of the formosan delegation include or. Samuel Cheng of Chiang Kai Shek s National party of and the Rev. Professor chm Yih a graduate of Princeton theological Semi nary and head of the member presbyterian Church of Taiwan. The group will meet following a dinner in their Honor to be held at the Scanda House restaurant at the mount Prospect Plaza shopping Center in mount following the the formosan group will continue to Washington . For the oct. 3 March for Victory. The March has been organized by the Rev. Carl a fundamentalist minister from new Jersey. It was the Rev. Mclntyre who extended the controversial invitation to vice president Nguyen Cao by of South Vietnam to attend the March. Rev. Lindstrom said he and a delegation from the Pueblo committee plan to participate in the upcoming March. County schedules tuberculin Survey first and fifth level students in Ben Senville elementary dist. 2 will participate nov. 16 in the Dupage county school tuberculin Survey. Only those students who have parental permission will be tested by the Jet injection method. For the purpose of Veri All positive teachers to the initial test will be retested by the Standard even Little savers can earn for the Small Saver. With As Little As you can open your own Golden passbook. And you can Deposit any amount. Any time. And earn compounded daily. Where else can you make that amount of Money work that hard for we put the customer first. Big or Small Bensenville state Bank phone member f.d.1.c

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