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Delaware County Daily Times (Newspaper) - July 16, 1966, Chester, Pennsylvania Share million in Federal funds Delco school districts help disadvantaged children by Scott Hockenberry daily times staff writer two dozen Delaware county school districts Are trying to do something this summer for school children who have Educa Tion handicaps. They Are sharing nearly million allocated to the county under a provision of the 1965 elementary and secondary Educa Tion act. The provision title i is aimed at better schooling for disadvantaged children. Generally these children Are from Low income families and Are Between five and 17-years old. The main emphasis of the pro Gram is on youngsters with learning problems. It differs from some 10 pre school pro Grams in the county. According to Delaware county asst. School supt. Judson e. Newburg most districts in the county Are involved one Way or several projects began earlier this year. But most will be operated this summer. Since the projects will be sponsored entirely by Federal Money youngsters from both Public and private schools can participate. Allocations Are made Accord ing to the number of economically deprived families in a District. Newburg said. A family must earn less than a year for their children to qualify. Newburg said any youngster eventually can attend the pro Gram if the youngster can Bene fit from the education provided. The projects generally include three areas remedial work in Reading writing and arithmetic cultural and social benefits and medical assistance. There Are 24 districts with projects under Way. Federal allocations Are made according to the proposed realignment of districts under school District reorganization plans. Ten of the 14 proposed new reorganized units will have sum Mer programs. School reorganization became effective july 1 districts not appealing reorganization plans. The largest program is in Chester where has been allocated for a series of nine projects. Already completed is a swim Ming program for 628 sixth graders at the Owca and the Myca. Other projects include train ing on Organ keyboards an expanded kindergarten program to include All kindergarten age children in Chester a research and evaluation Center a read ing program to help some 736 seventh graders learn to read a project aimed at helping talented students in Art and music a camping project to teach Sci ence outdoors and a homemaking training project. Other projects already in operation Are in upper Darby Ridley Springfield Marple Newtown Lansdowne Aldan Darb Colwyn and Yeadon Rose tree Media Penn Delco Chester township and Upland inter Boro and Chichester school districts. The project at Lansdowne Al Dan Darby Colwyn and Yea Don All included in one unit under school reorganization plans but held up by court order will Cost it began tuesday and will Han dle some 200 children. The project is called keys to learning and will concentrate on cultural trips instruction in health Reading and physical examinations. Sixteen teachers and six specialists will work with the Chil Dren. Rose tree Media school District s will operate an experience Type will end july 29. The District has received a Grant of from the Federal government for the project to give some 260 Elemen tary and secondary youngsters background experience. Included in the project to be entered at Lima and Media elementary schools will be Field trips to historical and other locations of interest in the area a trip to a baseball game and swimming instruction. A Rose tree Union official said the project is aimed at fill ing in cultural and experience gaps in the youngster s Back ground. The Penn Delco Union Chester township Upland project is costing More than 000. It began june 27 and end aug. 5 and will concentrate on helping some 529 youngsters improve their Reading skills. Centers for the project Are at Brookhaven Junior High school and Toby farms elementary school Chester township. Aside from a Reading pro Gram the youngsters will be Given Field trips medical care and cultural experiences. Inter Boro joint re and Tini cum s program is costing 484 and will help 300 youths in the inter Boro component communities of Glenolden Norwood and Prospect Park and in Tini cum. It is called helping the youths will be helped Pri Marily in Reading through an improved developmental read ing program. A study program after school hours will be operated for underachievers. The program is aimed at youths in grades four through 12. The new Chichester school District will operate a h o m e and school guidance Center Dur ing a six week period this sum Mer under a Grant from the Federal government. This Center would attempt to closer ties Between the school District and the Homes of students. It is thought that by working closely with the Homes children will do better in school. Under the project youngsters culturally educationally or emotionally deprived will attend classes daily for six weeks. The youngsters will be tested psychologically and personnel will work with the parents on an hourly basis. The Chichester project including upper and lower Chi Chester Marcus Hook and Trainer is an outgrowth of last summer s head Start pro Gram in which a social worker visited the Homes of children in the program. Some 200 youngsters Are expected to participate in the project. Throughout the state nearly million has been allocated for 875 projects. Nationally some 3.5 million children will attend summer projects similar to ones in Del aware county. There have been some projects approved in All 50 states costing an Esti mated million. Metro Page Delaware county saturday july 16, 1966 county news Huber appeals order to rent negroes Home a Newtown Homeowner who allegedly refused to rent to a negro couple despite a Pennsyl Vania human relations com Mission Hrc order has appealed the order in common wealth Dauphin county court. In addition the Homeowner has asked for a writ of supers Deas which would suspend the Hrc order while the Appeal is being considered. A hearing on the request for a supersedes conducted at 2 . Monday in Harrisburg according to Robert f. Jackson attorney for Kenneth j. Huber the Homeowner and his father Charles w. The hubers have been ordered by the Hrc to rent the Home at 138 3rd ave., Newtown to or and mrs. James c. Sampson the Home arid the elder Huber p residence have been picketed by members of fair housing agencies and a Vigil in front o the Huber Home in Concord i expected to continue this after Oon. Jackson said today Huber s Appeal will be based on the fact hat the human relations com Mission act is unconstitutional or two reasons. First the act was created by a legislature which was Gross y Mal apportioned As to Dela Ware Jackson said. Secondly the act in requiring a person to rent or sell to any Iven person takes away from he constitutionally guarantee right of private property and the right to do with it what you please As Long As you Don t Hurt Jackson also said the new town Home is now and has been rented to someone else and that lease is still in this place was rented before the Sampson instituted proceed Ings with the Hrc according to the attorney. Soldier ordered to trial charged with four thefts acquisition set for Media renewal it Pok to buy bar Patron shoots two men flees while one victim aided Chester one Man was shot in the stomach and another Man in the leg in the third of a series of gun incidents Early to Day. The shooting took place in a tavern in the 1200 Block of w. 3rd Street at about . While two policeman stood out Side talking to the bar owner about an earlier shooting. And Lacono turned to Aid James Rice 50, of the 300 Block of Montgomery Street who was on he floor shot in the stomach. As Lacono turned the disarmed unman fled. The second patrolman rushed inside Daniel Lacono with patrolman Walter Hoyle. Lacono grabbed a Man with a gun in his hand and after a struggle in which the gun went off twice disarmed him. Someone said a Man was shot shooting victim did not realize he was injured until he was taken to the police station for questioning. Doctors at the Crozer Chester Medica Center removed a Bullet from the upper right leg of Layton Mccarthy 25, of n. Macdade Boulevard Darby. Mccarthy was held in bail As a material witness. Two other material witnesses were Edward Robert 25, of 228 w 4th St., and John Mccarthy 31 of 1035 Parker St., Layton brother. They said they Hac come into the bar with Layton minutes before the shooting. At the bar they said a a told them to move Over the pulled out a pistol. During struggle the gun was fired three or four times and the victims wounded they said. No one in the bar admitted Media courthouse a 17-year-old awol Soldier was ordered to stand trial As an adult Friday on charges Stem Ming from two holdups and two House burglaries. Judge John v. Diggins pre siding in juvenile court ordered James Watson 17, of Elk More md., certified Over for trial As an adult. Watson is said to be absent without leave from it. Leonard Wood to. He was arrested with two oth ers july 6 in Media after allegedly holding up a Chester service station. Watson allegedly fired a shot at Point Blank Range at an attendant which deflected off his Belt buckle. Also arrested arrested with Watson were Nicholas Bickelman 19, and Roger Jamerson 22, both of the 900 Block Madison Street Ches Ter. In addition to the Holdup shoot no of Edward Akers 48, of 625 Vlad son St., Chester in an at Antic service station at 9th and Kerlin sts., Watson also is charged with robbing Dominick de pros Ero of 407 Buchanan ave., rid by township of 53 cents at gunpoint in Bethel township on july 5. Wounding Joseph Mckay in an attempted Holdup of the Adams hotel bar 3rd and Trainer sts., on july 3. Robbing a grocery store a 602 e. 9th St., on july 4. Burglar izing the Home knowing the questioned by gunman. Detectives Rice John association names county chairman released without bail. They were w. Taylor and Paul Morgan at the medical Center where he was reported in Good condition today said he did not know the Aston mrs. Glenn for Tini Shubrook Lane Valley View has been named Delaware county tuberculosis and health association Volunteer chairman according to association executive Secretary Richard w. Bernhardt. Mrs Fortini has served Aslo Cal chairman of the association s Christmas Seal Campaign As a United fund Volunteer and As a Brownie and girl scout troop Leader. She recently retired As presi Dent of the episcopal Church women of St. James episcopal Church Aston. Her husband is sales manager of Westinghouse electric corp., steam divisions in Tinicum. The Fortinis have two Daugh ters. As Volunteer chairman mrs. Fortini will replace mrs. Leslie c. Jenckes of Swarthmore who served two years. O George Goodchild 215 Walnut Road nether Providence o two television sets. Ordered held Bickerman and Jamerson were ordered held for court thursday by magistrate Phil c. Puzzan Chera on charges of armed Rob Bery aggravated assault and Battery pointing a deadly weapon receiving stolen goods and discharging firearms within the City limits. Detainees containing similar charges were lodged against the two by nether Providence up per Chichester and Bethel a Motorist drives along Dusty Fairhope Road in development in Delaware. It will be dust irks Afton homeowners Man and had never seen him before. Lacona and Hoyle had been at the bar in response to a re port of a gunfight in the Street. Sgt. John Ryan had Learned from a couple that they had seen two men chasing a third Man across 3rd Street Between Lamkin and Pennell streets. The couple said they heard three shots but could not Tell what happened because they had ducked Down inside their car after the first shot. Ryan also Learned of a thormities. By Frank Galey daily times staff writer residents along Fairhope Road a part of the Afton hous ing development near Naam an s Creek Road Brandywine Hundred del., Are unhappy. 320 scouts will leave some 320 explorers and older boy scouts from Delaware and Montgomery counties leave we re to pocket he said there is a problem with the Road itself. The base is spongy from All the heavy he said. If two on bus Are injured be put on the Blacktop now the base will contract and the top will crack. We have to let the roads tighten up so when the Black top goes on it will stay in Gooc Chester two passengers were injured at . Fri s business project to Start approval for funds Given acquisition of ground for the Baker Street Urban renewal project to revitalize Media s main business District is expected to Start within the next six weeks. George m. Aman jr., vice chairman of he Delaware. County redevelopment authority Al so said the acquisition of the site for the new fire House would take top priority. Fire House plans Call for a new fire Housa at Jackson and front its. Aman announced that the authority has received a commitment for a assist Ance Grant from the Pennsyl Vania department of com Merce. Last week the authority received the approval of the . Department of housing and or an development for a Mil on Grant. Borough share the Borough s share of the million project matches Tate s Grant. Aman said that once a loan and Grant contract is executed with the Federal government the authority will borrow funds directly from the government the Afton builders spokesman we re so mad we can t see one woman said. The main reason they can t see is because of the dust. The dust blows from their unpaved Road. It blows into their Homes on 7, to the Wash into Mouths and Tanzo 71 of 50q e. 22nd St., and noses. J. Fileccia 66, of 1515 Briar it finally got under heir Road Haverford department monday if they Don t pave the were Nurt. Mrs this out. That s or it Flint Trio com Loi i _ j i said the paving work has Bee subcontracted to Disabatino Bros of Wilmington. A Disabatino spokesman Sak it i j m a t he would pave the Road the state told him to pave it. We be going up to the Higl to All mrs. Glenn Fortini Volunteer chairman third incident. He was told four men had broken into the Home of Gardner Jefferes 34, of the 1100 Block w. 3rd Street about a Block from the shooting scene. The men had sought Jefferes saying they were going to shoot Ile was not Home and they left. Both incidents took place shortly before the shooting. Police have not established any relationship. Police described the Man wanted in the bar shooting As being a negro about 21 to 2 years old 5 feet nine Inch tall and wearing a dark coat. Loday for a camping expedition at Philmont scout ranch in new Mexico. Leading the expedition is Rev. House and Block the woman said. Complained of head injuries and of an injury. Both1 m the to he said. Delaware state Highway for the project. He said the authority s Basic rehabilitation standards Are architectural Harmony will be stressed Block by Block in both front and rear of each specific plan there Iii be a specific plan of action for each building which will be enforced by a Legal agreement Between the author Ity and property owner for a period necessary to cover Reno she has lived on Fairhope Center. I were treated at Crozer Chester department said it was not re Road for More Han a year is possible for paving the Road. The bus Driver Harold l last Vear we the Dom paving the Road. William Albert of assisted by Donald Cox of rid by Park Edward Johnson of respect Park Carl Flack of told police Driver of the car that struck meet state official said. King of Prussia and j. Ever to Powell of the scouts Flourtown. Will join other scouts from across the country for 12 Days of hiking the builder promised us arrear of the bus backed up and and camping. They will on aug. 2. The scouts Are from the Val by forge Council boy scouts of America. Included in the trip ave visits to Harrisburg Chicago Denver and other historical locations on the Way to new Mexico. Road by Friday. Well they Haven t even started and now1 he won t even say when the Road will be Afton builders of Wilmington prob return the developers said the Lem is very complicated the me fled. Klinger gave police the car s License number. Patrolmen Jos Eph Lombardo and Otto Green Leaf stopped Kerlin sts., a car at 8th and arrested and the he said the spongy base delayed paving at that time. But we Haven t heard from them this year. It s not the High Way department s responsibility to pave the he said. Down a firm spokesman said. Driver Eulice Winston 28, of 4 whatever the problems Are supine on the 1000 Block w. 8th Street on Afton representatives in Bun us Zhav trip snarf Van nah he Navid a hit run charge. Winston had a preliminary a the Road would be paved within two vation for a one to three year forty nine of the 172 Struc Tures in the area will be razed to provide ground for additional parking and commercial facilities. Rehabilitated the remaining 123 buildings Are to be rehabilitated. The 23-acre project is bounded by Pearl and e. Front its. On the North w. Baltimore ave nue and e. Baker Street on the South s. Monroe Street on the there is always dust in alignment before magistrate Fairhope Road residents say development because of All the Phil c. Puzzanchera and will believe it when they heavy trucks going up and Down held in bail for a hearing see it. The streets at 10 . Wednesday. If they can see it. East and s. Lemon Street on the West. The plans include a downtown shopping Center a mall area and underground parking facilities

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