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Cleveland Homewood Flossmoor Star (Newspaper) - February 4, 1962, Cleveland, Ohio Final two sessions Illinois Jaycees item amp owed to amp som to gathering to end today in Village Sycamore 8-6161 a Juda for Munif Ubu Apap amp a Sycamore 8-6161 volume 21, no. 63 a a a 36 pages three sections Junior chamber of Commerce members from throughout Illinois who have converged on the Homewood area for a week end state Board meeting will wind up their business sessions sunday. Over 400 Jaycees and their wives have been in the area since Friday for a heavy schedule of forums sem 1 Mars meetings and social a sunday february 4, 1962 one Driver injured 18045 Martin Avenue Homewood ten cents per copy plan Survey of buildings not on Rolls a Survey will be made to determine if there is any construction in Bloom Rich and Thornton township which has development is scheduled for 9 not been reported to the county assessor s office. The Check will not be completed until next year when the assessor surveys the quadrant in which the townships Are situated. Said Russell Johnson director of appraisals. Tivi ties. Homewood a Flossmoor Jaycees have hosted the meetings. Two seminars will Complete the business sunday following an 8 15 Chapel j service conducted by or. Robert a Bell minister of Flossmoor Community Church at Dixie governor Motel. A a is min or on leadership school bus skidding car collide on icy pavement . And one on Quot building blocks for chapter strength Quot at 10 . Both will take place at the Motel Headquarters for the gathering meetings started Friday night with a session of the state exe committee. The Survey will be made by Cutie the Assi it Sor a new unit was taken up to a forums and a three township throughout Cook meet n a of state Board county. Separated in a luncheon at Surma s restaurant a a James c. Worthy founder of the Republican citizens league of Illinois spoke at a banquet saturday night. On the social Side a party was held Friday night and a Back taxes of from two to four fashion show for mrs Jaycees years according to p. J. Culler Afke a Mincer on saturday ton. Assessor. A a the assessed valuation cd it protes 0f Penzance this property is adding in a a Mensell to the total he said. The Mobile unit found unlisted buildings and additions with an assessed valuation of More than $2,000,000 in a Survey of Maine township. About 75 per cent of those improvements Are subject to Quot by adding to the total assessment the tax base is broadened Benefit Ting the individual taxpayers in the township and the county As a whole Smice the Mobile unit was set up in november an average of 80 taxpayers a Day visit the unit to seek information about their property appraisals Cullerton said. The unit re choir takes veterans for Lead roles veterans of two earlier musical productions play major roles in the forthcoming presentation of Quot pirates of a Nee Quot by the St. Paul Unity Church choir. Crash near of High a spinning Auto was rammed from the rear by a Busload of Junior High school basketball players from Park Forest Friday afternoon in Flossmoor. The Driver erf the car Paul j. Lehner 17, of 2243 West 123rd place. Blue Island was the Only person hospitalized after the crash. He was reported in Good condition saturday at St. James Hospital the car was struck when it spun backwards into the path of the bus while trying to avoid a parked truck on Kedzie ave-1 nue just Northwest of Home Wood Flossmoor High school. Frank cowing sr., right watches his birth-Penz-1 place fall to wreckers As the former Home com Wood Public Library building is razed. Cowing was born on the second floor of the 107-year Kenneth Reinach 13, of 335 Somonauk. Park Forest suffered a bump on the head in j ,. The Sirach up. But no other of multiple Raoul cot cup ants of the bus were Hurt. The players members of the Blackhawk Junior High school ice glazed streets and a now missing truck were blamed for the Friday afternoon crash of this Auto and a Busload erf Park Forest basketball players on Kedzie Avenue in Flossmoor. The Driver of the car Paul j. Lehner 17, of 2243 West 123rd place Blue Island was the Only person hospitalized after the crash. Trai station in Homewood. Son of a longtime 1c station agent James a. Cowing his family lived on the second floor of the station when lightweight and heavyweight he was bom october 27, 1891. With cowing is teams were in route to a game in Markham gently visited Bloom and Rich in a he cd of Riff 1958 building when it served As the Illinois Cen James o. Johnson Library Board president. Townships. J p it a a a the trailer which is under the direct supervision of Edward Sieja. Chief Deputy assessor. Stays in a township a week at a Lime parking in strategic locations where it is most conveniently accessible for housewives. Quot Many housewives come to the trailer with their children every Day to inquire about their assessments Quot said Johnson in performance of Quot has Pinafore Quot and the 1960 Light opera Quot Kamahl and the night Gilbert and s u 11 i v a no a Quot pirates of Penzance Quot will be presented March 2. 3 and 4 in the Community Hall of the Church. Mrs. Benjamin Borgerson will portray the fetching role of Mabel in the operetta. Ralph Silberman will play opposite mrs. Borgerson in the roman registration still open of High adult program now offers 17 courses Lehner told Flossmoor police he was driving South on Kedzie when he saw a truck parked in hts Lane. He mid he applied his brakes when he saw he would be in regional directors dig into water woes spun backwards toward the fourteen classes Are now in typing photography Driver Ed-1 a civil defense course in us when struck by the bus session in the Homewood floss cation and income tax comp titled Quot education for survival Quot the car plunged into a ditch whenever it appears that an la ro5e Frederic a a the slave Moor High school adult Educa Tat urn will also begin february 13. Bordering the Street error has been made an a duty. ,. Tion program with three More registrations win still be a registrations for the three Driver of the bus owned by praiser is sent to the complain in rr4ri�rh n. Scheduled to begin february Cepter tuesday the second courses starting february 13 Kickert bus company w As John ant s Home on the same Day. N 71 Dit 13, according to r. F. Olson night of classes in the business May be mailed to the High j. Scott 40, of 203rd Street if possible and the matter is deihaucri5u 8m8 role of the director of administrative serv 0ffce 0f the High school. 1 school in care of adult Educa and Torrence Avenue Bloom Prim and proper major Gener ires a a mrs. Robert Williams a classes meeting on tuesday two 1 Niv Sij it of Chicago pears As Ruth a pirate maid evenings from 7 30 to 9 30 c0urses Reading and be of All work and Robert hew o clock include French i and purities investing will begin itt As the pirate King. A German Spanish Bridge i february 13 at 7 30 . Both discussion group May report to Llmer Pearson As sergeant of and ii. Art sewing knitting Are non credit courses police will sing the Well known what Are the present and future water Supply needs of the South suburban area if the Quality of the water should be improved and the Quantity increased How a Abie of pass the Ruck due olt Ca Quot a hese goals be economically As Well As satisfactorily the oncoming northbound from Lehner police said a 18 . Until Midnight Friday at Parent by skidded on the Street. Caucus glazed by a freezing rain and handled right on the spot. Quot in a number of cases errors were caught Winch were corrected on the Field cards that Are carried in the Tion. Or taken in person at the township. Both he and Lehner business office. Told Flossmoor police that the residents who wish to Par j Driver erf the truck immediate tic Pate in the great books i i continued on Page 2 candidate deadline nears red Cross offers first Aid course starting monday american red Cross is offering a first Aid instructors course in Homewood starting the course which will run for 11 consecutive mondays is scheduled for 9 to 12 am. At the Homewood Village Hall. Melvin Meyer Homewood. Civil defense director said Quot it char6e lighting. Would be Fine Quot a policeman s lot is not a Happy one Quot Fred Parsons production manager and mrs. Bernard r h e t n. Director announced Marvin Miller and Art Kissick As co chairmen of the program committee. Mrs. Elmer Pearson and mrs. Norman White Hea the costume committee mrs. Les g Art on is in charge erf choreography mrs. Charles Steiner will design the stage sets and John Bredeson is in to have one first aider in even family As a civil defense persons interested in the course Mav Call the South Cook county regional office of the ked Cross at Pullman 5-2341 or the Chicago red Cross chapter at Wabash 2-7850 to Register. And Sells Kitchen set weather despite in Spile erf unusually bad weather. Mrs. Rose Bradley. 3711 West Flossmoor Road Homewood sold everything the lint Day she placed this want and. Ill Horowi Kitchen fret. 2o. Roto Brut to co-1 i a Yunc Uither. 10. Phene so 8 4038 m 2 William Luke choral director pointed out that the choir has presented Many oratorios and cantatas Over the years in addition to its occasional flings into Light operettas. Among its favourites t h e choir lists handels Quot Messiah Quot Mendelssohn s Quot Elijah Quot Quot seven last words of Christ Quot by Dubois Bach s a for unto us a child is born Quot Saint Saens j Quot Christmas oratorio a Faure a Quot requiem Quot and Quot Jesu. Joy and treasure by Buxtehude. Les Garton ticket chairman said tickets May be obtained from choir members or by calling mrs. William breach Sycamore 8-4416. Or mrs. H. A Cressey Sycamore 8-2827. Admission will be $1 for adults and 50 cents for children under High school age. Performances will Start at 8 . On March 2 and 3 and 7 . On March 4. New mixed chorus sets rehearsals room by at the High school a Hru Ory to Quot Opelc tuesday night. A a a a a i. Further information on the adult education program May be obtained by calling the school Sycamore 8-1140. The Board of directors meeting of the regional association of South Cook Wili county municipalities at the Flossmoor Village Hall. Board members present were Alfred Arnold of Chicago Heights. Walter Wiles and John Brown of Flossmoor John g. Cossidente and Robert Aulbach of Hazel Crest and r. Walter Vankempema Markham. Based on future water needs erf the expanding South suburbs various authorities have predicted that sooner or later r e h e a r s a i s of the newly organized mixed chorus of the Homewood area Are now being Field at Homewood Flossmoor High school on the first and third mondays of every month at 8 . Although Winter weather conditions have reportedly Cut attendance lately director Christine Westerfield expects a full House at the next rehearsal. Monday night. Edward Oathout of Harvey has become accompanist for the group he is organist and choir director of the Federated Church of Harvey. In addition to sacred music h i s background includes wide experience in both popular and classical piano accompaniment. Mrs. Westerfield said More John h. Wetzel. 1749 Kest vocalists Are needed in the 186th place has been appoint chorus. Persons interested in de general chairman of the singing May come to room 7-b 1962 red Cross drive in Home a the High school for monday s 1 in amp ids just Sina Jodais four meetings set by lev on Constitution Quot a constitutional convention deadline for prospective candidates for the school District no. 161 Board of education to apply for caucus water Supply will become a screening is monday at 4 i optical problem. Candidates who wish to seek caucus endorsement May make formal applications with Albert Wienega. Candidates commit to e e chairman at Sycamore 8-8987. An informal meeting with prospective candidates is scheduled sunday at 3 . At John h. Wetzel John h. Wetzel to head drive for red Cross sunday Sermonetti Page 5 obituaries 6 editorials. 8 books of the week. 8 counterpoint 8 the outlet 8 especially for women. 911 contract Bridge 10 King Arthur s court 12 the hot Corner 15 sports. 15-17 amusements 18 classified advertising business directory 21 27 a a Mimi for Illinois Quot will be the subject j the Home of mrs. Sally f. Den of study and discussion for Nis. 18455 Ste Dhall Homewood three thursday morning study the caucus has also an units and the general meeting bounced it will endorse four Quality of the water was some or x Al a f a a t a t pm a the association is pledged to investigate and report the extent of the problem and the feasibility of whatever solutions May be available. It was pointed out that several communities in times past have already Felt the Pinch of inadequate water. Even when new Wells were drilled to take care of immediate needs the in february of the league of persons for the three positions women voters of Flossmoor which will be in Contention in under the chairmanship of mrs. The april 14 school Board exec James Herman. J Tion. The first meeting at 9 15 . Thursday at the Flossmoor positions which will be Public Library will introduce open m the election Are those the subject with a skit perform of mrs. Herman Hoekstra mrs. De by members of the league Harden Wingate and Lloyd of women voters of Homewood Mahone. That will show the outmoded the full caucus will not meet 1870 Constitution As Demon sunday but will Start meter times undesirable because of its hardness both for residential and commercial use. A particular source of Supply under discussion Friday was the possibility of the use of Lake Michigan water through Purchase from the City of Chicago. It has been proposed that a main trunk line he constructed and maintained from the City to serve the entire South sub started by women s styles in viewing possible candidates clothes then and now. The skit february 11. Caucus choices j Urban area. Existing lines was written by mrs. Harry j. J for election will be named at would be used to bring the a Fowler past president of the league of women voters of Chicago Heights mrs. Herman then plans to use a tape by or. John p. Wheeler an expert on state continued on Page 2 the following meeting february 18. Candidates May file their petitions of candidacy february 28 to March 24. All the school Board terms open in this year s election Are for three years. Wood. The appointment was announced by William e Reed Deputy chairman for South Cook county in the 1962 red Cross country communities fund Campaign rehearsal. A a the director said tenors and basses Are especially needed. But sopranos and Altos will be Welcome. A variety of choral music said or. Bradley. Quot is Salto in weather. I sold everything sunday the Day the and ran tor the lint time. I even told another roti Erie that 1 did n t even advertise. We had about 20 Call. One reason Why i like the Star papers to that i be always had such Good response to Allol my ads Quot get extra Money by Sellin your Quot Don t needs Quot through a sew Cost Star want Adl remember. Your and appears a Tama dually fas All 3 paper at no extra Char a. The Chi Cao . Park Forest and Homewood a Flossmoor stars. Lust Call ski 161 or St Mill ask for an and taker and Hill her to Quot charge grocery thieves loot two cars w Etzel and his wife have has been selected for a Spring lived in Homewood for the past pr0gram which is under preparation. Further information on the chorus May be obtained from mrs. Westerfield at Sycamore 8-5753 10 years. They have four children Patty John Christine and David. Grocery thieves looted the As an Engineer. Wetzel is As cars of two shoppers in the Socia ted with Illinois Bell Tele Southgate shopping Center in i phone company in the Chicago Homewood last w Eek taking i area. He and hts family Are it valued at $29 50. Members of St. Joseph Church Hlll Che Auto Mac scr three bags of groceries were in Homewood taken thursday afternoon from the station Wagon of mrs. Nor j youth i injures ankle Man r. Gliick. 18327 Aberdeen. ,. R in ice skating fall suffered Homewood. The car was parked at 186th place and Dixie Highway. Two bags of groceries valued at $8, were stolen from the car of mrs. Florence a Smith. 18748 Ashland. Homewood. Friday evening in front of 18667 Dixie Highway. A 12-year-old boy an ankle injury wednesday afternoon at merchants Park in Homewood when he fell while ice skating. Treated at St James Hospital was Joseph Barr 1256 Hickory Road. Deadline is feb. 15 february 15 is the deadline for the display of Homewood vehicle stickers for 1962. Stickers May be purchased at the cashier s window in the Village Hall monday through f r i Day from 8 . To 4 . Ami saturday from 8 . To noon. At All other times they May be purchased at the police station in the Village Hall a meeting of the executive Board of the Illinois Junior chamber of Commerce Friday night opened a heavy week end of Jaycee activities in Homewood. Shown in session at the Homewood youth Center Are from left Ron Balsey state Secretary James York state president Lloyd Zickert Homewood Flossmoor chapter president and Arnold Dewitt state treasurer. The Jaycees week end gathering Drew Over 400 persons to the area. Ter from the trunk to the consumer. A however the Board indicated that the proposal involves several difficult problems which would have to be resolved before any Concrete recommendation can be made. Not the least of these and by no Means an All inclusive list Are not the least of these and by no Means an All inclusive Ilist Are 1. How would such a development be financed even if lit proved to be desirable the Board indicated substantial agreement that it would be undesirable to establish another taxing authority within the area. A the possibility of operating under a water District issuing nothing but Revenue Bonds was also aired. 2. Would the City of Chicago he permitted under existing circumstances to sell water outside the City the question was raised whether the City now has authority under existing statutes to do this. Moreover it was pointed out that litigation has continued on Page 4

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