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Blue Island Sun Standard (Newspaper) - September 19, 1963, Blue Island, Illinois 12* Thursday, Sept. 19, 1963 THE SUN-STANDARDWaterway Banquet Monday The East Side Chamber of Commerce will hold its Annual “Waterway Night” on Monday evening at the Dorchester Club, 154th and Dorchester, at 6:30 p.m. Harold M. Holden. President, Great Lakes Overseas. Inc.,-and William W. Huggett, President, North Pier Terminal Co., will be honored by receiving plaques for pioneering in the marine and industrial development of the Calumet region. Judge Walker Butler, “father of the Port Authority Bill” and Alderman Otto Janosek, Chairman, Rivers and Harbors, City Council will be the principal speakers. Kevin T. Levins. President Calumet Harbor Terminals, is the Executive Chairman. The public is invited to attend this occasion. EISENHOWER HI-LITES — Dwight D. Eisenhower High School, Dist. 218 Evaluation Tests For Campus PupilsInstructors Share Bath With Soviets A group of American college and high school instructors in Russian language found themselves sharing bathroom facilities with Soviet Communist party members .during a two-month period of sthdy at Moscow University this summer. “But,” said Kenneth Ober of Illinois State Normal University, “it wasn’t so bad. It at least gave us plenty of opportunity to practice speaking the language.” Ober, one of a group of 25 U.S. instructors to take part in this first official exrhange of American and Russian teachers, said that regular Soviet students were moved out of their residence wing in Moslow University, and the “comrades” moved in before the arrival of the U.S. rontingent. “They told us this without hesitation,” Ober added. The exchange was sponsored by the International University Committee on Travel Grants. A similar group of Russians studied at Cornell University in New York. One of the most beneficial programs ever to come to the student body of the Dwight D. Eisenhower High School Campus Building will be presented all day on Monday, Sept. 30, at the graduating unit of the District 218 schools, 12700 Sacramento. Every one of the almost 2200 I students enrolled at this build-! ing will be involved in a number of events designed to help students gain information and self-insight, Dr. H. L. Richards, superintendent of schools stated. Directing this all out effort to aid the upperclassmen will be Dr. Warren Vorreyer, chairman of the Counseling and Guidance Department, and members of his staff. They will be assisted by state and private universities and colleges, junior colleges, plus representatives from the American College Testing program, the Illinois State Scholarship Commission, the College Entrance Examination Board and the Illinois State Employment Service Harvey office. More than 400 seniors aiming for college will have a chance to hear representatives of the American College Test ing Program, College Entrance Examination Board, College Scholarship Service, and of the I opportunities for entering and completing college: One or more films will be shown this group, on such subjects as “Finding Your Life’s Work,” “Planning Your Career,” and “Budgeting College Expenses.” The 400 additional seniors to be helped here will be given the General Aptitude Test Battery early in the day, follow cd by the Kuder Interest In ventory. The aid coming to the jun-| iors and the Campus sophomores of District 218 will be even more extensive, as approx imately 1400 students will be involved there. Dr. Vorreyer scheduled this mammoth day long program as a great time-saver to take care of the very worthwhile services given to the school by the various co-operating agencies. The entire day’s program will be set up by the school’s IBM data processing equipment, under the direction of Rollin Pooler, administrative assistant.Chairman Principals J. E. Brodie, principal of the Southwest Building of the Dwight D. Eisenhower ll i gh School, has recently been honor ed — first by the District 218 schools which he serves, and second by the University of Illinois. Dr. H. L. Richards, school superintendent, has appointed Brodie as chairman of the Building Principals Council, a group which meets frequently with him, B. E. Frobish. and Russell Miller, assistant superintendents, on matters affecting all four buildings ofthe district’s schools. Other building principals of the council are Dennis Bapst, Old Main; Lloyd Lowe, Northwest; and Sheldon Westman, Campus. It should be also mentioned that the popular Southwest Building principal is now listed as a co-operative administrator of the University of Illinois for the year 1963-64. After a successful tour of duty as principal of the Kellar j School in Robbins, Brodie joinGunn Inquest Set Oct. IO The continued inquest into the fatal accident of George W. Gunn, 50 2220 Desplaines, will be Oct. IO at 1:30 at the Blue Island city hall. Continuance was ordered by Deputy Coroner C. F. Dorc. Mr. Gunn apparently stepped into the pathway of six cars on Sept. 9 at 2:52 a m. He was pro-nounced dead on arrival at the St Francis hospital. ENAMELS-JEWELRY AT CHICAGO LIBRARY A practitioner of one of the world’s oldest arts in exhibiting her work in the Art Department of the Chicago Public Library, Oct. 3 - 30. Helen F. Newhard, recently retired from teaching 'weaving and art in Milwaukee, now devotes full time to creating jewelry and enamels of many kinds. In the current show she is exhibiting numerous examples of her work in both areas. For delivery FU 8-0886. ed the District 218 staff in 1957, when the Southwest Building opened its doors. He has guided the school in its steady growth from an enrollment of 306, as of Novena- . .    ..    ,    .,    _ ber 1958 to a present day en m,r,n9    at the Sun-Standard    office is Sun-Standard ad taker rollment of 472.    Sa,|y    Zwiezyn.    (Poloroid    photo    by    Watland    Brothers) Richard Davis, 3007 Vermont, found this huge 8 pound mushroom in the woods west of Blue Island the other day. Ad-Plan Civic Chorus For Blue Island The Blue Island Park district constantly anxious to provide activity for the public not only in the summer months but also in the winter is now considering the development of a Civic chorus in Blue Island. Tryouts will be held Oct. 8 at 7:30 p.m. at Memorial Park field house. Dorothy M. Proper, director of the Rock Island Lines “Rocket Chorus” and well known mezzo soprano will be in charge. Singers of every age level are desired. Blue Island is the historic home of the Lieder-kranz chorus and many from Blue Island sing in the Ridge and Beverly organizations. A donation of a piano for rehearsals is also earnestly desired. Further information on the coming chorus will be published in forthcoming issues. The park board consisting of I J a rn e s Anderson, president; ( Art Edlund, Ray Schwartz, Richard Andersen and Leonard Bartle are all back of this idea. Campus Clubs Choose Leaders COLLEGE HOSTS BETTER WORLD CONFERENCE A four-day meeting of the organizing and promoting group for the Better World Movement in the United States concluded last week at Saint Xavier College in southwest Chicago. According to Sister Mary Jo-setta, formerly president of the College and member of the group, the conference was directed by the Reverend Ricardo Lombardi, S.J., head of the international Movement. F a-ther Lombardi came to Chicago following a series of Better World conferences in South America and returned to his headquarters at Pius XII International Center for the Better World at Bocca de Papa, Rome, Aug. 20. The purpose of the four-day Chicago meeting was to formulate plans for the American Two of the student club i groups at the Campus Building I are getting an extra early start of their year’s activities by having already chosen their student leaders. The Future Teachers’ of America, und^r the sponsorship of Miss Rita Brake. Blue Island, picked Dennis Haggard as their president. Dennis is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Haggard. I 12320 Vincennes. The veep for the group will be Linda Hemmer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Hemmer, 12443 S. 71st Ave., Palos Heights. Secretary will be Shar-; on Aggen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Render Aggen, 3708 W. 115th Pl., Calumet Park. Treasurer is Linda Kloptowsky, I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jo-| seph Klopowsky, 13635 S. Ci-; cero, Crestwood, and Librarian I is Patricia Daley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James B. Daley, 14246 Kostner. Determined to start rolling for strikes and spares in an organized way, the Girls’ Bowling League has picked Shirley Jen- ner as its president. She Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Jenner, 2532 Prairie. Vice president is Sharon Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Johnson, 11228 S Lawler, Worth. So detailed is the keeping of this group’s bowling scores that two secretaries were chosen: Jackie Button, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Buttron, 12224 Mozart, and Diane Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Davis, 3202 McBreen, Robbins. Group treasurer is Kim Harvey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harvey, 11915 Harding. The faculty sponsor is Miss Nancy Cunning-| ham, physical education teacher, Chicago. PATIENCE NECESSARY The Chicago Motor Club cautions drivers that rush hour situations require extra patience and skill. The extra crowding sometimes forces motorists into quick decisions. Good drivers always remain calm and courteous — even under trying rush hour conditions. group’s first year of activities which will be conducted from a center opening September I in Washington, D.C.Legion Post Installation Is Sept. 21 The Blue Island American Legion Post No. 50 is having their annual installation of officers on Sept. 21. 1963 at 8:00 p.m. The following officers will will be installed: Louis Kreis, Commander; Rollin Van Vuren, Sr. Vice Commander; Alvin Steffen, Junior Vice Commander; John Dizel, Finance Officer; Paul Talley, Chaplain; Henry Carlson, Service Officer; Kenneth Seyl, Historian; William Glawe, Adjutant; Almond Poutrie, Assistant Adjutant. There will be refreshments served after the installation and dancing by the Sundowners Relatives and friends are invited to attend. 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