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Chicago Heights Star (Newspaper) - July 28, 1968, Chicago Heights, Illinois The Star. A-4 sun., july 28, 1968 District 170 school head ends tenure continued from Page i in my career with mixed emotions. But in looking Over my 36 years in education. 30 of which have been in Chicago j Heights. I would have to say that this has been a very Fine Community in which to work. There Are some Fine folks Here. A there has been a tremendous Challenge and Field for service Here. I have enjoyed my Many years of association in this Community. I have been impressed by the dedication of our school people to the cause of Good solid education i think we will be working toward that end As Long As schools exist. A in closing if i were George Washington i would do it As he did in his Farewell address. But i done to know How to say it the Way he did so Iti just say. It has been very Fine working with you. In a sure you la continue to bring Fine education to the Community. Iti be watching you with officers of the recently consolidated Prince of peace lutheran Church were installed july 21 at one of the churches temporary locations 13th Street and Ashland in Chicago Heights. The Prince of peace congregation represents the memberships of the former Trinity lutheran and Immanuel lutheran churches both in Chicago Heights. Pictured from left Are the Rev. George Lund former pastor of Trinity lutheran Larry Sulzbacher of Chicago Heights vice president mrs. William Kogler Chicago Heights Secretary mrs. Henry Veldhuizen Crete financial Secretary Robert Forrest South Chicago Heights treasurer and the Rev. John Lekander former pastor of Immanuel lutheran. The Resolution to consolidate was passed late in june. Abandon sludge plans scheduled september 21-22 committees hard at work on annual Village Art fair continued from Page i lands or other methods surveys of their land. Of disposal can be found before the hold owners committee to districts disposal problems resist lha District s efforts to become crucial. Buy 0e inform the sur pop a Baa rounding communities of what Board president Sam Mele a h to the Troverso that was and to study the counted his Long years of ser of. A algal implications of a con vice under Nevoid then wished a Den mation fight in Case the that the districts lagoons will be full within two years and that other methods of disposal Are All too expensive. The history of the sludge sanitary District sought to take the land it wanted through eminent Domain condemnations a Krusemark a group discovered that on land disposal had been approved by the him a godspeed wherever you with that Nevosad got up Shook hands with each individual Board member and then departed from the room. Or. Nevosad came to District no. 170 from the Lagrange District in 1938 and started Here As a mathematics teacher in the. Washington school at the end of Between Harlem and Ridgeland Jet because of its terrain and avenues were approached by i soil sanitary District officials with offers for their land and with that year he was named Prin Cipal of the Franklin and Lincoln buildings. After three years in the air Force in world War ii he returned to the District in 1945, reassuring his double duty As Franklin Lincoln principal. In 1947 he was appointed half time superintendent of schools and was promoted to the full time duty in this capacity the next year. In 1952, when the District was split into Park Forest District no. 163, or. Nevosad was loaned out to that area to get it under Way. He returned to his duties with District no. 170 later that same year and in 1955 was named superintendent to replace the retiring bed Sylla. Busses to Roll again monday continued from Page i notice talks were held at the Dixie governor Motel in East Hazel Crest and then were moved to the Holiday inn in Chicago Heights. At the end of the second week in the strike u. S. Mediators were called in to help arbitrate the labor dispute. A some Progress was reported during the third week of the strike on a a noneconomic matters but negotiations a broke off a week ago monday and the strike appeared to be Frozen. The company then made a contract offer to Tjie Union on tuesday but the Union rejected the offer and made a counter proposal which was in turn rejected by the company. Mayor James a. Haines of Harvey offered his services As an arbitrator at a City Council meeting monday night but his offices were never used for negotiations. Friday the company made a second proposal to the Union and the stage was set for the settlement that night. A company spokesman said Friday that approximately too buses the Normal number for a monday morning will be in service tomorrow. Resident reports car window smashed vandals smashed the rear window of an Auto owned by Laverne Mckinnie 533 Andover Street Chicago Heights while the car was parked near the Home Friday. Fight is filled with com sanitary Board in february and plications twists and turns that the District engineers had in Early june alarmed farm decided the Tinley Park site owners South of Tinley Park was the Best suited for the pro As the news spread requests for permission to begin citizens groups were formed in open bids on three Senate oks sanitary unit City items annexations country club Hills Tinley Park Knis Emark then formed the and Matteson to plan ways of protesting the proposed sludge farm. A the first Public hearing on the proposal was held at sanitary District Headquarters in Chicago on june 20. Nearly 200 local citizens and More than 20 officials jammed the Board room and voiced their objections to the proposal in a Day Long hearing. A mentioned for the first time at the hearing was the sanitary districts plan to buy 80 acres of land near 1-57 and Sauk Trail for a smaller sludge farm. A on the evening of june 20, la mayors or Village presidents from local communities affected by the two proposals met in Village Hall in Tinley Park to discuss the problem. No official action was taken except that informal agreement was reached to step up the protest in terms of numbers of people and to consider hiring an engineering firm to give the protest movement the technical data it needed to effectively fight. Reverse action bids on three separate con j tracts to provide City supplies and services were opened at the Chicago Heights City Council meeting monday. The contracts Are for removing 91 dead or diseased Trees from parkways and other Public property for leasing seven police patrol cars on a monthly basis Over an 18-month period and for installing a submersible pump at Well no. 24. All bids were ordered placed the Illinois Senate wednesday night approved legislation annexing Olympia Fields and part of Flossmoor to the metro Politan sanitary District. The vote came in the closing hours of the special session. Earlier in the week the republicans had failed t o Muster the two thirds majority necessary to pass the annexation Bill As emergency legislation. Stripped of the emergency clause it was finally on file in the mayors office for approved by a 31-0 vote with 48 hours inspection by the Public the democrats abstaining and then tabulated for Council action. A a a the bidders Are a s follows tree contract a reliable tree annexation of the two areas to the sanitary District will become effective july i 1969. Actually the Bill a emergency service of country club Hills feature was unnecessary be-$24 40 for each tree b. R. Wine cause the Crawford Avenue in Miller of Crete $25 per tree. Patrol cars a Brown and Yanson rental and leasing company of Chicago Heights $195 a month per unit Jack Brown Buick of Chicago Heights $185 a month per unit Terc Epting sewer which will serve Matteson Flossmoor and Olympia Fields will not be completed until late in 1969. Opposition to the Olympia Fields Flossmoor annexation to the District was attributed to the fact that the villages vote Dick James Ford company of South Holland $198 a month per Preponderate Republican unit. Pump a m. P. Schneller amp associates inc., of Aurora $11,696 Wehling Well works of Beecher $13,543. Pedal Sticks car crashes out of garage a not so funny thing happened to a Chicago Heights Man Fri Chicago Heights com Day when he attempted to per missioner George Bonick. Head form the simple task of putting of the department of accounts his car in the garage Bonick warns City employees on phone abuse and finances does no to particularly mind if City employees talk on the Telephone during working hours but he does if they Are it happened to Sam Piunti 71, of 329 Highland drive. Puntil told police that he pulled into his driveway and Chicago Heights Star founded by w. I. Williams or. Imm published by Williams press inc. Publication office and Plant located at ism Otto Boulevard Chicano half hts Illinois 40411 Telephone Skyline 5-4141 making personal Telephone calls1 was attempting to put his car and especially if toll charges Are in the garage when the Gas involved. Bonick reported at the City Council meeting monday that such Calls have risen sharply in recent months and said that henceforth employees May not make personal Telephone Calls pedal became stuck. With Piunti hanging on the car crashed through a cinder Block and Brick Wall at the rear of the garage knocking a seven by 14-foot Hole in the Wall de except in special cases and also straying a Gas Heater and crack Star publications w. E. Williams publisher Charles w. Williams. Business mar Vernon e. Meidell. Executive editor Lester sons news editor Charles j. Shields. Feature editor Don Zeller associate editor John e. Meyers sports editor Ada Lambrect woman a editor. James w. Boettner mechanical supt w. Reed advertising director James e. Lupien advertising mar. F. Marshall. Classified advertising mgr. Joseph a. Labutis circulation mar. Second class postage paid at Chicago Heights. Illinois 80411 10c Par single copy subscription rates Home delivery by Star Carrier boy 60c per month $7.20 per year u. S. Mail delivery local Trade zone�?$6 per year $7.20 per year where Star Carrier boy delivery is available. Zone Esi 142 344 06 78 a _ $9 Suo til it that they cannot make toll Calls without prior approval. He warned that unless the employees abide by the new regulations the City administration May be forced to remove All private telephones from City offices and require that All Calls on other City telephones go through a Central switchboard operator who will keep records of the Calls. Teen club collects papers magazines the Chicago Heights Community Effort organization soul patrol teen club is sponsoring a paper drive through sunday. Newspapers and magazines May be delivered to the Center of Opportunity 1644 Chicago Road or to a truck in the parking lot at a lated and Illinois streets Chicago Heights through sunday. If possible newspapers should be boxed and tied. Call 754-4575 or 755-3i67 for pickup service. My a Side Wall. The car then went across the Back Yard ran through a five foot hedge Over a tree and then crashed into the Wall of the Home of Americo Patrizi 339 Highland drive. A 25-by 12-foot Section of Wall was damaged and a four foot Hole was smashed into the Wall by the car before it stopped. Police said that a four foot crack was in another Wall of the Patrizi Home and an electric meter was smashed. Police said that Piunti reportedly was not injured in the Accident. No estimate of damage was Given. Report break in at restaurant burglars Brake into Geno s drive in 217 East 14th Street Chicago Heights on Friday. Police said that entry was gained by kicking in a door at the rear of the building but nothing was listed As missing. On june 27, the second sanitary District sludge hearing had to be moved to the Sheraton Chicago hotel ballroom because District Headquarters were not Large enough to accommodate the 500 South Cook county citizens that attended. The meeting which again lasted most of the Day represented the first time any sanitary District meeting had been forced out of its Board room at too East Erie Street. Highlight of the raucous meeting was galas revelation that the archdiocese of Chicago owner of 800 of the 2,100 acres sought by the District near Tinley Park did not intend to sell any of its land and would fight the District in the courts in any condemnation action. More than 30 other speakers grouped to the podium representing everything from local Village boards to local schools. For the first time a local Victory seemed possible. A a a the next Day trustee Janicki held a news conference in which he claimed he a had the votes to abandon the proposals and that his motion to rescind the plans would be victorious at the districts july la meeting. A however the Board voted july la instead to table Jaruckis s motion to rescind. The action was apparently taken to leave the District an outlet for sludge disposal in Case the state legislature meeting in special session for two weeks did not restore the districts Power to condemn lands downstate. The spotlight then shifted to Springfield where Park Forest state representative Anthony Scariano d-8th presented his Bill for sanitary District authority downstate on july 15. The Bill however did not get enough support to get second Reading. A Scariano a Bill was then sent to the municipalities committee of the House where Scariano hoped a favourable report on the Bill would be voted. He based his Hopes on expected testimony from sanitary District officials in Springfield last week. A a a however none of the officials showed up for the committee hearings monday because they were apparently fearful of offending downstairs whose support was needed for the sanitary districts request of a $15 million Bond Issue approval. A an enraged Scariano threatened to a blast the sanitary District for its duplicity and political hypocrisy when he heard the officials weren to coming to the committee hearing. A sensing a squeeze t h e District apparently gave in. Scariano was privately assured that abandonment of the sludge farms would be forthcoming if he would forego his threatened attack. A a real estate committee meeting on tuesday at the sanitary District was the scene of the big shift. By an 8 to i margin the trustees voted to unable the Issue and to take a final vote on thursday. A a a the vote headed the Agenda thursday and the e sludge fight was All Over in about to minutes. Such was the Story from the local viewpoint. Adding to the pressure on the sanitary District was the recent protest movement. Much like the one mounted in South Cook county. By citizens in Northwest Cook county. The sanitary District also planned sludge farms near Schaumberg and Hanover Park where a Small experimental farm already operates. Undoubtedly officials from these areas joined Scariano in applying the political pressure that evidently changed the districts mind. Park District plans Field trip to Wrigley Field the Chicago Heights Park District is sponsoring a Field trip tuesday to Wrigley Field in Chicago for girls Ages 14 and under and boys Ages to and under. The youths for a $2 fee will see the Chicago cubs play the san Francisco giants. They will leave Chicago Heights a Park at 9 30 a.m., and should take a sack lunch to the game. The youngsters May sign up at any Park fieldhouse and must do so by monday evening. Any area boy or girl wishing to attend May receive information at the fieldhouse or by telephoning the Park District office Skyline 5-1351, on monday. Committee members have been named and Are now a work on arrangements for the 1968 Park Forest Art fair to be held september 21-22. The annual two Day outdoor event will be staged on the grounds at Lakewood Elemen tary school across from the Park Forest shopping Plaza. Fair sponsor for the 13th consecutive year will be the Park Park Forest eyed As site for new Center continued from Page i great social need it would also remove tax producing property from the Village Rolls. A he said zoning problems would also have to be overcome. At present Industry Park West is not zoned for institutional use and therefore the state if it acquires the land would have to apply for a conditional use permit or get the Village to rezone the area. The project could also be delayed by governor Samuel Shapiro a recently announced a Belt tightening a staff member in the governors office told the Star saturday that or. Harold m. Visot sky director of the department of mental health will meet soon with the governor to discuss funds for the statewide mental health program. The governor under Law. Must release funds for All capital expenditures and he promised last week that every capital expenditure proposal would be a screened and reviewed by his personal staff. Scariano May be hired by school continued from Page i should have one an attorney a he said. A poll of the Board showed Only Frank Aprati against the idea. He emphasized he wanted the record to a show that in a against it. I believe we should employ an attorney Only As the need arises a he said. After the vote mrs. Runes then brought up the name of Scariano. A i believe he a the Only real school attorney in this District a she stated. A if we done to get him then Well have to go outside the but Lowe demurred. A i have nothing against or. Scariano a he said. A but i feel we should Call in More than one person and select the Man we feel Best suited for the in the end however the majority sided with mrs. Runes. As a result Scariano will be invited to attend the next Board session to discuss his availability. Forest and Park Forest schoo District no. 163. A a the roster of committee members working on fair plans has been announced by James Bogar and James Scanlon general fair chairmen. They Are As follows James m a r z u k i graphics Richard Tuttle juries Don Madgwick physical planning Robert Denmead entertainment Jerry Kaganove treasurer mrs. Don Madgwick program mrs. James Bogar artist registration Guy Harper physical arrangements mrs Edward Kirk poster and program distribution Thomas Ascher Public address system. Also mrs. James Marzuki mrs. James Sanlon mrs. John Heil and James Saul food con Cessions mrs. E. M. Racher mrs. Thomas Erickson and mrs. Guy Harper publicity Hal Mensch tickets and admissions Leo Rich signs and mrs. Michael of Malley personnel staffing. The annual children Sart con Home badly damaged by fire fire caused major damage to the Interior of a one Story Frame Home in the Miller we oods Section of Bloom township Friday afternoon. Damage to the Interior of the Home at 22335 Sherman Road and its contents was described a total the Home was occupied by or. And mrs. Barney Grivetti sr., and their three children Barney jr., 18, Cindy 15, and Bobby. 3. The family is staying at the Home of a neighbor Ronald Lorenz until permanent housing can b e found. According to Miller Woods fire chief Joseph Skorich the fire started about 3 30 . Firemen were forced to Battle the Blaze for about two hours Skorich said. A a a Skorich said that the fire started in a closet and could Lave been caused by a child baying with a cigarette lighter. Mrs. Grivetti when contacted Early saturday said that the three children were in the Home when the fire broke out. She added that she was at work and her husband had not returned from work. When asked to estimate the loss mrs. Grivetti said a everything we had inside the Home is gone a but she could not give an estimate of value. Chief Skorich said that the fire re kindled about 10 25 . Friday night but was quickly extinguished. Firemen from Sauk Village assisted in fighting the fire. Test open to All youngsters Ages four through 14, will be handled by mrs. Leo Rich. A Art Center membership chairman Michael of Malley will be on hand throughout the fair to sign up Center members for the 1968-69 year and school chairman Pat Kelly will take registrations for the fall session of All classes at the Art Center school. Helen Johnson will review work for the Art rental and sales gallery in her Post As Art Center gallery chairman. Although the Lakewood school site is a change from past years when the fair was held in the shopping Plaza the general character of the event will remain the same according to Scanlon. However to help meet expenses a donation of 50 cents will be asked of each adult upon his Entrance to the fair he said. Children accompanied by adults will be admitted free. The fair will continue to feature original Art of High Quality by exhibitors in Many Media from Illinois Indiana Wisconsin Ohio Michigan and Missouri. The on the spot children Sart contest a fair tradition will be continued. Once again entertainment for children attending the fair will be furnished by Community children a theatre of Park Forest. Add new editions to collection at Public Library new reference materials Are being squeezed onto the already crowded shelves of the Chicago Heights Public Library As the old editions of the Britannica Junior and the encyclopedia Britannica Lave been replaced with new editions according to Barbara Paul librarian. The International encyclopedia of social sciences has also been added to the collection. It is a 17-volume set that summarizes achievements in the Fields of anthropology the behavioural sciences economics geography history Law political science sociology and statistics since world War i. The encyclopedia of philosophy the first major philosophical reference work in the English language since 1901, has also been purchased for the Public Library. An eight volume encyclopedic presentation o f philosophical theories and concepts it includes Eastern and Western philosophy As Well As ancient medieval and Modem philosophy. The Library has also purchased a new microfilm Reader and will soon receive some microfilm of Back issues of magazines. Pour with away cracks hy0r0-st0p amazing new by Gold fond seals below ground masonry cracks without extensive digging. Just scoop out a six Inch Hole above the cracked area. Soak with a Hose then pour in liquid Gold Bond Hydro Stop. It follows the water right to the crack and seals it upon drying. That Sall there is to it picture frames Art supplies sk4-5300 Itaf retire asherman�?�0" 1514 Vincennes ave a Chicago Heights 12 full shopping hours monday thru Friday at sear Park forum. Saturday 9 30 to s 30 save fabrics and patterns imported austrian Gingham Gingham at its Best imported from one of Europe a finest Mills in Durbin Austria. All combed egyptian Cotton. Crease and spot resistant Wash fast. Maximum shrinkage 2%. 36-in. Wide. Small medium Large plaids in fall colors. Get it for school wardrobes. Sold regularly last fall for $1.29 Yard 64 Yard Sears Roebuck Ano go. Close out of 1967 fall collection. V2 off our fall 1967 regular prices Park Forest store 222nd and w Estern a phone 747-8600

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